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  • Tight game leaves Dragons short against University

    Facing another large 2A team, the HHS football team fought tough on its home turf against the University Bulldogs Friday, Sept. 12. The Dragons stuck with the Bulldogs throughout the game, but ended up falling short with a final score of 7-16. Holyoke pu...
  • Busy golf week leads to season-end regionals

    A varsity golf tournament in Fort Morgan and a JV tourney in Brush Tuesday, Sept. 9, was followed by another varsity outing in Estes Park Wednesday, Sept. 10, to lead into regional competition this week. Holyoke’s regional team qualifiers are Xander Ne...
  • HHS drops 2 at Burlington

    Missing three key starters took its toll on Lady Dragon softball action Saturday, Sept. 13, in Burlington when they dropped two games, 6-12 and 0-17. “We’re not looking back — we look forward and put those behind us,” said coach Sherman Kage. “...
  • HS volleyball defeated by aggressive Caliche team

    HHS Lady Dragons held their first home game of the season as they hosted the Caliche Buffs Saturday, Sept. 13. The teams had met at the NJC tournament the previous weekend, and Caliche was able to topple Holyoke Saturday in three sets, 9-25, 10-25, 12-25....
  • Pink Out Friday, Sept. 19

    To honor and remember those who have been affected by breast cancer, the Lady Dragon volleyball team will be conducting its fifth annual Pink Out event Friday, Sept. 19, as they battle Burlington, beginning at 4 p.m. Even though breast cancer awareness m...
  • Mike Bemis is new owner of Abts Express Pharmacy

    Abts Express Pharmacy in Holyoke, as well as Abts Pharmacy in Julesburg, will maintain the same names while assuming new ownership as of last week. Mike Bemis, RPh, a Kimball, Neb., native and owner of Bemis Drug in that community, purchased the two Abts...
  • Storybrooke, Ink celebrates opening

    Storybrooke, Ink owner Brittany Daniel, pictured at right, accepts a First Dollar of Profit plaque from Holyoke Chamber of Commerce executive director Mary Tomky at the business’s grand opening celebration Saturday, Sept. 13.—Enterprise photoTo read t...
  • Enchanted Moments accepts 1st $ of profit

    Brianna Farnes, pictured at right, accepts a First Dollar of Profit plaque for her new business, Enchanted Moments Art & Photography, from Holyoke Chamber of Commerce executive director Mary Tomky.—Enterprise photoTo read the full article, call ...
  • Irrigation timing is highly important at end of season

    It is the time of year when irrigators need to be thinking about scheduling the last irrigation of the growing season. During the heart of the irrigation season, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln recommends keeping the available soil water level above t...
  • Internship offered by Corn Growers Assoc.

    The Colorado Corn Growers Association has announced a public policy internship opportunity in Denver for a college junior or senior during the 2015 spring semester. The program is a great opportunity for a student to learn about and be involved in the leg...
  • Weather fine for Raceway finale

    Phillips County Raceway wrapped up the last race of the season with a double feature ending with the track championships for each division Saturday, Sept. 13. Plagued by a couple of rainouts during the season, PCR racers and fans were pleased with the we...
  • Sen. Bennet honored with Golden Triangle

    National Farmers Union honored Colorado U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet with the 2014 Golden Triangle Award, the organization’s highest legislative honor. The annual award is presented to members of Congress who have demonstrated leadership and support policie...
  • Artist’s son checks out corner park art

    Rich Haggan of Navarre, Fla., is pictured recently by the tile artwork mural in Holyoke’s mini park on the corner of Interocean Avenue and Denver Street. Haggan is the adopted son of Jim Foster of Waverly, the artist who painted, glazed, fired and insta...
  • Mental Health First Aid courses offered

    Mental health problems — such as depression, anxiety, impulse control and misuse of alcohol and other drugs — are shockingly common in the United States. In fact, more than one in four American adults will have a mental health problem in a year. The ...
  • Extension Corner

    Selecting a 4-H project Enrollment for the new 4-H year begins October 15. Many 4-H members already know what projects they would like to enroll in, but a few members are undecided about projects or are simply looking for something new to try. Colorado 4...
  • Investor Guide

    Optimizing SS and other retirement income I recently flew to Kansas City, Mo., and met Mason Morasch and one of the IPG actuaries, who shared some of their strategies on Social Security optimization. This article will use some of their research. We will ...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoSept. 17, 2009 The Miles farm, owned by Lucille Miles, was one of 21 farms honored as centennial farms at the 2009 Colorado State Fair on Aug. 28 in Pueblo. Lance Murray, a member of Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department, participated in the D...
  • Save money by saving fuel

    Reducing fuel costs is foremost on the minds of many drivers. Myriad costs are associated with owning an automobile, many of which are within a driver’s control. For instance, safe drivers are likely to spend less on auto insurance than drivers with a ...
  • Health benefits of caffeine could possibly outweigh the negatives

    The pitfalls of caffeine consumption are well-known, but the various health benefits of caffeine are often overlooked. Excessive caffeine can make a person jittery and unable to fall asleep. However, caffeine can also prevent disease by boosting the immun...
  • Concert spreads freedom at 110 decibels

    “Justice, my friends, is in the hands of the ordinary,” said Remedy Drive’s David Zach to a crowd of over 220 at Phillips County Event Center in Holyoke last Wednesday, Sept. 10. He reminded them they’ve all got a sphere of influence they can use...