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  • JV girls lose on the road to Caliche

    HHS junior varsity Lady Dragons had their hands full in basketball action with Caliche Saturday, Feb. 1. In a three-quarter match, Holyoke fell 27-48. Caliche took a commanding lead in the first period, outscoring the Lady Dragons 20-5. Holyoke knocked f...
  • HHS C girls lose 2 close games last week

    HHS C basketball girls suffered two single-digit losses last week, falling to Caliche Saturday, Feb. 1 and Haxtun Monday, Feb. 3. To read the full article, ask us about setting up an e-Subscription. Call 970-854-2811.Holyoke Enterprise February 6, 2014...
  • JV basketball boys edge Caliche Buffs

    Holyoke JV basketball boys snuck out of Caliche with a one-point victory Saturday, Feb. 1. HHS looked sharp in the first period of the three-quarter game. The Dragons beat the Buffs 14-9 in the first quarter, but Caliche scored nine points compared to ju...
  • C team wins at Caliche

    HHS C team boys earned a 32-24 win over Caliche on the road Saturday, Feb. 1. Holyoke took a 15-10 lead at the conclusion of the first of three quarters in the game.To read the full article, ask us about setting up an e-Subscription. Call 970-854-2811.Ho...
  • Super Bowl fun touches down at preschool

    Thursday morning Dragon’s Wagon Preschool children who helped celebrate the Super Bowl party are pictured from left, front row, Sylvester Jones, Mason McCormick, Isaac McCormick, Reese Steggs, Mylee Dirks, Molly Kropp and Dakota Piper; second row, direc...
  • Holyoke blanketed by snow

    Holyoke residents woke up to 4.5 inches of fresh snow Friday morning, Jan. 31. Snow fell from the sky with little wind, blanketing streets, yards and sidewalks with the soft powder. Before the snow and ice had a chance to melt, more snow began to fall as ...
  • Bird count examined along Lower South Platte

    The longest running Citizen Science survey in the world, Audubon’s annual Christmas Bird Count, celebrated its 115th year this year. CBCs are held each year from Dec. 14-Jan. 5 across the United States and Canada as well as in several countries in this...
  • PCED looks at youth out-migration

    By Kyle Arnoldy Reducing the out-migration by the youth has become an issue of the utmost importance for the Phillips County Economic Development board. With the intent of identifying students’ perceptions of their community, future education and care...
  • College news

    Ella Stewart has been selected for inclusion in the 2014 edition of “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.” Stewart, a junior at Eureka College in Eureka, Ill., was selected based on academic achievement, community service...
  • Pipeline delivers water to river

    The Compact Compliance Pipeline started delivering water to the North Fork of the Republican River Friday, Jan. 17. The Board of Directors of the Republican River Water Conservation District voted to start operating the pipeline after the State of Colora...
  • Locals compete in Prospect Show

    Three locals represented Holyoke well at the Prospect Show Saturday, Jan. 25 at the National Western Stock Show in Denver. Holyoke seventh-grader Kaylee Camblin earned first place in her class with her steer. Freshman Tyler Camblin showed his steer for ...
  • Colo. Corn Growers elect ’14 officers, approve new bylaws

    Colorado Corn Growers Association board members elected Dave Eckhardt of LaSalle as president, along with several new board members. They were elected by the general membership during the annual meeting Thursday, Jan. 30 at Island Grove Regional Park in G...
  • Agri-Women to meet Feb. 25

    Colorado Agri-Women will hold their annual meeting Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Stratton Community Center. The day will start off with a tour at the Clapper farm. The Clappers grow canola and use it for biofuel. Byproducts are used in their livestock operati...
  • Thinking About Health

    High health care costs pinch seniors’ budgets If you ask Washington politicians or policy wonks to describe Americans over 65, many would likely use the term “greedy geezers.” You know the stereotype of seniors living on gobs of money from their CD...
  • Trooper Tips

    Resist the urge to swerveEvery year, the Colorado State Patrol responds to, and investigates, numerous crashes involving wild and domestic animals, as well as crashes involving road debris. When troopers and other law enforcement agencies respond to a cr...
  • Sonnenberg flood relief bill heads to the Senate

    Farmers whose irrigation ditch headgates were damaged in last September’s floods may get some relief from the State Capitol. House Bill 14-1005 flew through the House in the past week. It was passed by the House Agriculture, Livestock and Natural Resou...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoFeb. 5, 2009 Phillips County and Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation have been recognized by NECALG, for the second year in a row, as making the highest total contributions through the Northeastern Colorado Enterprise Zone. 2009 marks Heg...
  • Bogan wins VFW Colorado Patriot’s Pen essay contest

    Kenton Bogan, a sixth-grade student at Julesburg Elementary and a member of Raising Ranchers 4-H Club in Phillips County, was honored recently as the first-place winner in the Colorado Veterans of Foreign Wars Patriot’s Pen essay contest. Bogan attende...
  • Plant a seed and read with the Friends of the Library

    Heginbotham Library patrons are helping the library grow by joining and supporting the local Friends of the Library group, which held its annual salad luncheon Monday, Feb. 3. The flower-themed event was held at Phillips County Museum and featured guest ...
  • Ortner returns home, visits American flag

    More than two months after surprising his mother from across the globe on Veterans Day with an Air Force flown American flag, 1st Lt. Steven Ortner has finally returned to Holyoke. Although stationed in England at the Royal Air Force Lakenheath base at t...