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  • JV girls beat Wiggins

    Holyoke girls’ jayvee basketball team finished last weekend with a loss to Chase County, Neb. and a win over Wiggins.  Holyoke JV 18, Chase County 42 In Imperial, Neb. Friday, Jan. 6 the JV team struggled against their Chase County opponent, losi...
  • JV boys split games

    Holyoke’s boys’ JV basketball team came away with one win and one loss this past weekend. They traveled to Chase County, Neb. and fell 33-52 Friday, Jan. 6. The following night, the Dragons played host to Wiggins and captured a 56-46 victory. Holyok...
  • Bernard wins free throw contest

    Larry Bernard, father of HHS Dragon Jordan Bernard, made three for three shots from the free throw line to win the fathers’ free throw contest Saturday, Jan. 7. The contest was held during halftime of the girls’ game against Wiggins and featured fath...
  • Boys C team wins

    Holyoke boys’ C basketball team came away with a convincing victory over Wiggins Saturday, Jan. 7 on the home court. The Dragons downed the Tigers 43-11. Christopher Bieber led the team with 18 points followed by Daniel Bencomo and Matt Golden each wi...
  • Elliott among 45 in honor choir

    HHS junior Camille Elliott was among 45 area students performing in the Northeast Colorado Honor Choir in Haxtun Monday, Jan. 9 at the Haxtun Community Center. Elliott, who sang soprano, was joined by students from Brush, Chase County, Neb., Haxtun, Jule...
  • Wray Museum to reopen Jan. 15

    Board of the East Yuma County Historical Society and staff of the Wray Museum invite area residents to the reopening of the Wray Museum and a special program Sunday, Jan. 15 from 1-4 p.m. There will be entertainment and refreshments for everyone’s enjoy...
  • College news

    Northeastern Junior College in Sterling has released its honor roll list for the 2011 fall semester and reports that 253 students were given high academic achievement recognition, including seven from the Holyoke and Amherst areas. Those earning 4.0 grad...
  • Hawking club to present falconry demonstration

    Those wishing to take a peek into the world of falconry are encouraged to do so Saturday, Jan. 14. Falconers from the Colorado Hawking Club will be in Holyoke for another mini meet. The group was in Holyoke last February for a meet and held a short prese...
  • January is radon action month

    Governor John Hickenlooper has signed a proclamation declaring January as Colorado Radon Action Month, a perfect time for Coloradans to test their homes for radon, a radioactive gas responsible for hundreds of Colorado cancer deaths each year. The colorle...
  • Get organized this January

    When colder weather arrives, many people stay indoors and fight the harsh weather with hot chocolate and heating systems. It’s no surprise, then, that most homes accumulate quite the amount of clutter over the course of a typical winter. The more time s...
  • Five ways to save on energy bill offered

    Energy—and the cost of it—is one thing that is always causing the question—“How can it cost so much?” and “How can I spend less?” CSU Extension has two community energy coordinators that are here to help people answer these questions. Here a...
  • Extension Corner

    Citizenship Washington Focus program teaches leadership and civic process As the new year begins, plans for numerous local, state and national 4-H events are well under way. One event in particular takes many months to prepare for, but 4-H members who pa...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    Time to watch the pots Alina wakes up each morning with a smile. I always wonder what is going through the head of my baby. The answer might be the toots that almost immediately follow that smile. Could it be that she has a crude sense of humor? Whatever...
  • It's the Pitts

    A longer short cut Every Christmas I look forward to getting a traditional card from a ranch family in which every member is mounted on a good looking Quarter Horse with a silver bit in its mouth. So you can imagine my dismay when their 2011 Christmas ca...
  • Pride and Progress

    Dear Editor, In Holyoke, a city of “Pride and Progress,” does progress mean justice and fairness for all? Is fairness that is not for all—just for some—the pride? Virginia YakelHolyoke Enterprise January 12, 2012...
  • Fact or fiction? Crap shooters are fined for game

    These stories from local history are sometimes so extraordinary it’s hard to believe they actually happened. Check out ‘fact or fiction’ stories: they’re actual Enterprise news clips reprinted from the past.   Three of Holyoke’s young exp...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoJan. 11, 2007 Irving Bencomo-Dominguez, son of Yahaira Dominguez and Edgar Bencomo, was born Dec. 25, 2006, the first (and quite possibly the last) baby ever to be born on Christmas Day at Melissa Memorial Hospital. Makenna, Wyatt and Sloa...
  • MMH unveils digital mammography room

    Melissa Memorial Hospital will soon be taking appointments for digital mammogram exams using a brand new machine that has been installed within the facility. During their regular board meeting Aug. 23, 2011, East Phillips County Hospital District board m...
  • MMH unveils digital mammography room

    Melissa Memorial Hospital will soon be taking appointments for digital mammogram exams using a brand new machine that has been installed within the facility. During their regular board meeting Aug. 23, 2011, East Phillips County Hospital District board m...
  • School grading pilot reviewed at semester

    Hearing December details from the Holyoke School District grading pilot, board members agreed the pilot appears to be successful. At the Jan. 3 board meeting, Supt. Bret Miles said the leadership team will continue to solicit feedback on what is working ...