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  • Second diabetes and exercise webinar is Wednesday, April 8

    The second in a series of diabetes-related webinars to be broadcast in numerous locations across northeast Colorado is set for Wednesday, April 8, at 10 a.m. The webinars will allow people to learn about a variety of topics and interact live with the pro...
  • Volunteers can sign up to help with Vietnam Traveling Wall in Imperial

    People from throughout the region wanting to volunteer during the visit of the Vietnam Traveling Wall to Imperial, Neb., April 22-26 can now do so. Organizer Jana Pribbeno said people can sign up either online or by visiting or calling Pinnacle Bank in I...
  • Holyoke looking to get fit, bit by bit

    As spring weather continues to fade in and out these last few weeks of winter, Holyokeans are finding the local community on a bit of a fitness surge. More people are living overly busy lifestyles, and it’s not a bad thing to occasionally need a little...
  • Holyoke looking to get fit, bit by bit

    As spring weather continues to fade in and out these last few weeks of winter, Holyokeans are finding the local community on a bit of a fitness surge. More people are living overly busy lifestyles, and it’s not a bad thing to occasionally need a little...
  • McCleary to create supt. transition plan

    After officially being hired as Holyoke’s new school superintendent at the March 3 board meeting, John McCleary said he looks forward to making a smooth transition with current Superintendent Bret Miles. McCleary told the board he will be drafting a tr...
  • McCleary to create supt. transition plan

    After officially being hired as Holyoke’s new school superintendent at the March 3 board meeting, John McCleary said he looks forward to making a smooth transition with current Superintendent Bret Miles. McCleary told the board he will be drafting a tr...
  • City employees to become certified weather spotters

    Discussing the need for more local people to be certified as weather spotters, Holyoke City Council, at its Tuesday, March 3, meeting, decided to send Holyoke Police officers and members from each city department to the upcoming National Weather Service...
  • City employees to become certified weather spotters

    Discussing the need for more local people to be certified as weather spotters, Holyoke City Council, at its Tuesday, March 3, meeting, decided to send Holyoke Police officers and members from each city department to the upcoming National Weather Service...
  • Around Town

    More weather spotters needed Phillips County needs more trained weather spotters. Free trainings, which are open to the public, are being offered by the National Weather Service next week. Monday, March 16, those interested can pick from two trainings i...
  • Students have a ball with Gashouse Gang weekly

    Some Holyoke Elementary School fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade students have been closely following the Holyoke Enterprise’s Gashouse Gang reading serial in their reading groups with great delight. The 12-week reading serial features Dizzy Dean and the ...
  • Seuss on the loose

    Students at Holyoke Elementary School started off Monday with a high five from Cat in the Hat before settling down to hear “Oh the Places You’ll Go,” read by Principal Kyle Stumpf, all in celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday March 2. Monday’s Read...
  • Bond, MMHF supporters drive record Legacy Event fundraiser

    Poker tables and martinis tied together the James Bond 007 theme for this year’s fifth annual Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation Legacy Event. Saturday, Feb. 28, the Phillips County Event Center was filled for the evening as the fundraiser brought in...
  • Dragon boys go 3-0 to win district championship

    Dragon basketball boys pushed strong through the district tournament last week, knocking out rival Haxtun Tuesday, Feb. 24, on the home court, and beating Merino at NJC Thursday, Feb. 26. In the district final Saturday, Feb. 28, Holyoke topped a tough Akr...
  • Boys regional action begins Fri. in Greeley

    Holyoke High School boys’ basketball team will hit the road Friday, March 6, to begin 2A regional tournament action. The District 2 tournament wrapped up Saturday, Feb. 28, with the Dragons winning the championship. Colorado’s four regions will each...
  • Lady Dragons post-season hopes foiled in first round

    A season-ending loss was dealt to the Holyoke girls’ basketball team Tuesday, Feb. 24. On the road in Wray for first-round district tournament action, the Lady Dragons fell to the Eagles 29-48. “Our team would have hoped to go deeper into the playoff...
  • Bands and choirs combine for big performance

    As the country enters Music in Our Schools Month this March, Holyoke schools showcased their music program at the annual Smorgasbord Concert Friday, Feb. 27, in the HHS auditorium. Bands representing grades 5-12 and choirs for grades 7-12 were featured o...
  • Marcum joins Holyoke P.D.

    Another new face has joined the ranks of Holyoke Police Department. Joe Marcum began work as Holyoke’s newest police officer last week. Born in Denver, Marcum moved around the country while growing up. He lived in Livingston, Texas, for quite a while, ...
  • U.S. Supreme Court ruling favors Nebraska on imported water supplies

    Nebraska still liable for $5.5 million settlement“This is a huge win for Nebraska.” That’s how Upper Republican Natural Resources District Manager Jasper Fanning described the opinion released by the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday morning, Feb. 24. In...
  • McCallum is Marine boot camp graduate

    Pvt. Trae McCallum, 21, of Holyoke, graduated from United States Marine Corps boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego last Friday, Feb. 27. He successfully completed 13 weeks of intensive basic training at MCRD San Diego as one of 73 recruits i...
  • Ag Forum attracts good crowd

    While Denver-area drivers and businesses might have bemoaned last Thursday’s snowstorm, it was a welcome sight to those in attendance at the 24th Annual Governor’s Forum on Agriculture. The weather did not deter those interested in “Water: Colorado...