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  • Holyoke students strap on bike helmets for Bike to School Day

    Despite cooler conditions, approximately 115 Holyoke students in grades K-12 participated in National Bike to School Day Thursday, May 8. Kids hopped on bikes, scooters, and longboards to complete laps around Max Bernard Field and the practice field at t...
  • Weather threatens, but racing prevails

    Stormy weather threatened with rain and wind, but racing at Phillips County Raceway Saturday, May 10, continued through the final event. BST late models and lightning sprints joined the four IMCA divisions of modifieds, stocks, sport mods and hobbies for...
  • What a hoot! This is just too cute!

    A couple years ago, Troy and Mardi Stewart saw owls at the old Reimer Smith elevator in the southwest corner of Holyoke. So when they spotted some there Monday evening, May 12, they were excited to finally get some photos. Pictured is what they think is a...
  • Golf season ends at regional tourney

    More than 50 high school girls made their way to The Olde Course at Loveland Wednesday, May 7, for the 4A Northern Regional Golf Tournament with hopes of advancing to the 28th Annual 4A Girls’ Golf Championships at the Country Club of Colorado in Colora...
  • Conklin chosen for Girls State

    Anastasia Conklin has been chosen as the delegate from Holyoke High School for this year’s Colorado Girls State, a statewide program sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. The 67th session will be held at Western State College in Gunnison Sunday-Fr...
  • Kinda like Russia...

    Prairie Winds Art Center had a Russian flavor this month as the Holyoke Elementary School student art exhibition displayed Russian artwork created by local kids in kindergarten through sixth grade. An opening reception Monday, May 12, drew in students and...
  • State health agencies urge FDA to regulate electronic cigarettes

    Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and several local health agencies urge the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to regulate electronic cigarettes and other new tobacco products to protect public health and prevent a new generation of Col...
  • Brandt earns highest academic honors

    Nicole Brandt graduated summa cum laude from Nebraska Christian College in Papillion, Neb., Saturday, May 10, with a Bachelor of Arts in biblical interpretation. During the ceremony, she was presented the Dean’s Cup in recognition of the highest academ...
  • Elise Nelson earns B.S. from Nebraska

    Elise Christine Nelson graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday, May 10. She received a Bachelor of Science with distinction in business administration from the College of Business Administration. For the full article...
  • Caleb Kafka awarded associate degree in ag

    Caleb Robert Kafka graduated Thursday, May 8, from Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis, Neb., with an associate degree in agriculture production systems. He will pursue his career with Kafka Custom Haying and Creekside Charolais in Holyok...
  • Colorado General Assembly session wraps up for the year

    The 2014 General Assembly wrapped up its 120-day session on Thursday, May 8, a session marked by far less controversy than in 2013. Two bills went to the wire and another, on local control over oil and gas fracking, is still on the minds of the governor ...
  • Women should talk to their doctors about mammograms

    With recent studies casting doubt on when and if women should have mammograms, the Colorado Department of Public Health recommends women speak with their health care providers to make the best decision. “With all the public confusion over mammograms, w...
  • New data reveal all of Colorado is at high risk for radon

    Twelve Colorado counties previously considered to be at moderate risk for radon exposure have been upgraded to the high-risk category. The change means all 64 Colorado counties are categorized as Zone 1 for radon, or high-risk, by the Colorado Department ...
  • Free ‘Tobacco Quit and Save’ app tracks daily savings

    The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has developed a free app to help smokers break their addiction to tobacco. Tobacco use remains the leading cause of preventable death and disease in Colorado. One in six Coloradans smokes cigarette...
  • Colorado increases seat belt enforcement May 12

    Beginning Monday, May 12, the Colorado Department of Transportation, Colorado State Patrol and 65 law enforcement agencies throughout Colorado are joining the nationwide Click It or Ticket May Mobilization effort to increase education and enforcement of s...
  • College news

    Becca Brandt received the Carroll G. Patterson Scholarship as the Outstanding Junior in Mathematics and Computer Science at the Hastings College Honors Convocation Friday, May 9, in Hastings, Neb. Brandt is a 2011 graduate of HHS and the daughter of Jerr...
  • Dee watercolor earns honorable mention

    Nancy Dee of Haxtun recently received an honorable mention for her watercolor painting “Dubberts Bank Barn” at the National Greeley Art Exhibition in Greeley.For the full article, consider an e-Subscription. Call 970-854-2811.Holyoke Enterprise May 15...
  • School board to meet

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, May 20, at 7 p.m. in the board room, HJHS Room No. 218. The superintendent’s report will include the 2014 TCAP third-grade reading results, District Accountability Advisory Committee r...
  • Extension Corner

    Tips for preventing the spread of disease at livestock shows 4-H livestock exhibitors have numerous responsibilities when they sign up for their project. In addition to feeding, housing and caring for their animal, they also need to stay up to date on an...
  • Thinking About Health

    Who comes between you and your doctor? How many times have you heard politicians say that no bureaucrat should come between you and your doctor? You and your physician should decide when you need to go to the hospital or when you might want to wait out t...