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    Account set up to assist with medical costs Family and friends of Diane Webster of Holyoke have set up an account at Holyoke Community Federal Credit Union. Donations are being accepted there to assist Webster with medical expenses as she fights her canc...
  • 8 Dragons place at regional wrestling

    Five Dragon wrestlers placed in the top four in regional tournament action Feb. 14-15 at NJC in Sterling to qualify for the 2014 state championships. First-round state action for the Fab Five is slated for Thursday afternoon, Feb. 20, with the finals on ...
  • Fab Five headed to the Big Show

    Junior Luke Stewart; sophomores Eric Rojo, Fernando Lopez and Sid Struckmeyer; and freshman Dylon Lousberg earned their way to the Colorado 2A State Wrestling championships at the Pepsi Center in Denver Feb. 20-22. Dubbed the Fab Five, the Dragon wrestle...
  • 10 inducted into National Honor Society at HHS

    Because of their demonstration of strong scholarship, service, leadership and character, 10 Holyoke High School students were inducted into National Honor Society at a ceremony Thursday afternoon, Feb. 13 for parents, faculty, students and friends. Studen...
  • Valentine’s Day royalty named at Regent Park, Carriage House

    Valentine’s Day royalty was announced at Regent Park Friday, Feb. 14. Voted on by residents and staff, pictured from left, Lawerence Ruff and Coleen Lamb took the honors for the Carriage House, and on the nursing home side, Darrell Scofield and Velma Ri...
  • Historical Society’s Chocolate Affair draws hungry crowd

    Shawn Edwards, pictured at left, and Virginia Prussman are faced with the difficult task of choosing from the assorted sweets offered at the Chocolate Affair.—Enterprise photoFor the full article, subscribe to our e-Edition. Call 970-854-2811.Holyoke En...
  • Agricultural burn restriction bill creates friction

    A bill to place restrictions on agricultural burns created friction last week between two members of the House Agriculture, Livestock and Natural Resources Committee. Last summer’s interim Wildfire Matters Review Committee drafted House Bill 14-1007 to...
  • 22 HHS students participate in FCCLA districts

    Twenty-two Holyoke FCCLA members, along with adviser Karen Ortner, attended the Northeastern Plains District Conference at NJC in Sterling Wednesday, Jan. 29. Potential district officers gave speeches, were interviewed, and if elected, participated in th...
  • 20 FBLA members to compete at state in Vail

    Holyoke FBLA chapter members attended the district conference at NJC Wednesday, Feb. 12. Thirteen HHS students qualified for state at the district conference and another seven students will compete at state-only projects. The 51st annual FBLA state lead...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Stranger things have happenedStrange things have been happening around here. A few weeks ago we had a potluck at church, and I had some foods at home I wanted to use up, so I researched some ways to throw them all together. So off I am to church with my...
  • GED testing restructured for 2014

    Beginning at the start of January, the General Education Development tests became much more technology-oriented. To attain a GED previously, five tests were completed with paper and pencil. Now, just four computer-based tests are necessary to complete a ...
  • Lady Dragons overcome fourth-quarter deficits for 2 wins

    HHS girls’ basketball posted a perfect week, going 2-0 at home against Haxtun Thursday, Feb. 13 and Fleming Saturday, Feb. 15. “We earned two good wins this past week,” Arlan Scholl said. “We started very slow offensively in both of these games, ...
  • Holyoke boys outplay Bulldogs, Wildcats at home

    With just a week left in the regular season, HHS boys’ basketball shows no sign of slowing down, picking up a pair of home wins last week over Haxtun Thursday, Feb. 13 and Fleming Saturday, Feb. 15.   Holyoke 61, Haxtun 40 Holyoke had to wait ov...
  • JV Dragons go 2-0 in home series

    HHS boys’ junior varsity basketball players picked up two wins last week by knocking off Haxtun Thursday, Feb. 13 and Fleming Saturday, Feb. 15.   Holyoke 34, Haxtun 30 Holyoke began the week with a 34-30 victory over Haxtun Thursday night. The...
  • C boys come up short

    HHS C boys’ basketball hosted Yuma Saturday, Feb. 15, falling to the visiting team 30-41. The Dragons stayed close throughout the match, but were bested by the Indians in each quarter of the game. After falling behind 15-19 at half, the Dragons were ou...
  • JV girls take down Haxtun, Fleming

    Holyoke junior varsity girls picked up two wins at home last week in basketball action, beating Haxtun Thursday, Feb. 13 and Fleming Saturday, Feb. 15.   Holyoke 29, Haxtun 25 HHS girls held on for a win in a close match Thursday to beat the Lady ...
  • Girls’ C team wins at home

    Holyoke C team basketball girls picked up a win over Haxtun Thursday, Feb. 13 at home. In the first period, HHS gained an 11-6 advantage. Haxtun bounced back to win the second quarter 9-7 and pull within three of the Lady Dragons. Holyoke held on for the...
  • Sons of the Pioneers group to be in Fort Morgan, Ogallala

    The world’s best-known and best-loved cowboy sextet, Sons of the Pioneers, will gallop into the area next week to sing their cowboy songs. On Tuesday, Feb. 25, they will perform at the Fort Morgan High School auditorium beginning at 7 p.m. as part of t...
  • Future of agriculture explored at farming evolution workshop

    Roughly 160 individuals gathered at the Phillips County Event Center for “The Farming Evolution: Where Do You Fit?” workshop Thursday, Feb. 13. NRCS soil conservationist Joe Crowder expressed his pleasure with the turnout, noting that in the workshop...
  • Krumm named sales mgr. at 21st Century

    Gary Krumm has been appointed sales manager at the 21st Century Equipment dealership in Holyoke. Krumm goes to 21st Century Equipment from Bank of Colorado, where he had spent nearly 10 years, most recently as the bank president. A long-time Holyoke res...