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  • Birds of prey set for SCORE camp

    The public, as well as elementary students, will be host to HawkQuest and its raptors at SCORE (Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences) camp in Imperial, Neb. this June. HawkQuest is a Colorado nonprofit organization that educates the public about, wh...
  • NCHD announces program to help pregnant women quit smoking

    For pregnant women who smoke, the Northeast Colorado Health Department would like to help them and their babies get a healthier start. The Baby and Me Tobacco Free Program is a tobacco cessation program targeting pregnant women who want to quit smoking, b...
  • Club report

    FCE Jolly Dozen Club FCE Jolly Dozen met at First Christian Church Tuesday, March 12. Seven members and two guests were present. Linda Langelo gave a lesson on gardening, and Marianne Sullivan served as hostess.Holyoke Enterprise March 21, 2013...
  • Dragon baseball team off to perfect start

    Dragon baseball had a flair for the dramatic in the home-opening series against county rivals, the Haxtun Bulldogs. Holyoke came from behind twice to pick up two wins Saturday, March 16. “They’ll never quit on you which is the best thing,” coach Jo...
  • Dragon baseball team heads into season with high expectations

    Last year the Dragon baseball team felt like the season ended prematurely as they were knocked off in the first round of the 2A District 7 semifinals 2-5 to Sedgwick County, a team they had beaten twice during the season. “Our goal entering the season ...
  • Tracksters open at Brush Invite

    Track season is officially underway as Holyoke High School competed at the Brush Invitational Saturday, March 16. Holyoke girls scored 23 points in the meet to grab a ninth placing out of 14 teams The boys scored 28 points for a 10th-place finish. Platte...
  • Runners, jumpers and throwers return to action for HHS track and field team

    With only seven seniors out for track this year, the team is very freshman and sophomore heavy, but with 43 total kids out, the Dragons will have plenty of talent to put to use. “I think we have great numbers and we do have some solid leadership at the...
  • Girls prepare to begin golf season

    Three letterwinners return to the girls’ golf team this year with hopes of making it to the state tournament. Seniors Caitlyn Kramer and Alyssa Cordova and junior Makayla Spitz earned letters by representing Holyoke at the regional tournament last year...
  • HHS recognizes winter athletes

    Holyoke High School cheerleaders, basketball players, swimmers and wrestlers were recognized Monday, March 18 for their participation in the 2012-13 winter sports season. Prior to the awards portion of the night, athletes, coaches and family members enjo...
  • 3 Dragons named to All-Conference list

    Three Holyoke High School basketball players have earned All-Conference honors by the Lower Platte Activities Association. Senior Erin Vieselmeyer and juniors Maddie King and Logan Tharp were all recognized as All-Conference players for the 2012-13 baske...
  • School Menu

    March 25-29Elementary Breakfast Monday, March 25: Sausage and cheese muffin, breakfast burrito or muffin with cheese stick, fruit, milk. Tuesday, March 26: Ham and egg bagel, French toast sticks or bagel with toppings, fruit, milk, juice. Wednesday, Ma...
  • Hoopsters host

    Several boys’ basketball teams will hit the court as the Dragon Hoopsters Club will host their first annual basketball tournament Saturday, March 23 at Holyoke High School. Holyoke will be represented by two teams as boys in grades 4-6 compete for the ...
  • Tail docking, water, guns debated at the Capitol

    A bill that bans routine tail docking of dairy cows has gotten out of its first committee at the state capitol and is headed to the Colorado House for debate. House Bill 13-1231 squeaked out of the House Health, Insurance and Environment Committee on a 6...
  • Shuttle loader project is biggest news of Grainland year

    As of Aug. 31, 2012, Grainland Co-op completed its first full year as a non-leased CHS country operations retail business unit. Grainland members were updated on the cooperative’s successful year at the annual meeting Tuesday, March 12. In the financi...
  • Sullivan promoted to office manager

    Three-year Holyoke Enterprise employee Ashley Sullivan has been promoted to office manager of the local newspaper as of this week. Publisher Brenda Brandt cites Sullivan’s organizational skills and follow-through as exceptional. She grasps any task wit...
  • Green receives Progressive 15 honor

    Progressive 15—a coalition of counties that speaks with a single, unified voice on issues of mutual concern facing Northeastern Colorado—recently announced the recipients of its Alumni of the Plains Award for 2012. Included in this year’s group of i...
  • Vegetable varieties recommended for the local area

    By Linda Langelo, CSU Extension, horticulture program associate Gardening season is almost upon the Plains. Over the last several years, Golden Plains Area community gardens have planted a number of varieties, and Extension is sharing their list of varie...
  • Baby-sitting training offered in April

    As a certified teaching site, Sterling Regional MedCenter Wellness Services in cooperation with the CSU Extension Service will be offering Safe Sitter, a one-day baby sitter training program on Wednesday, April 3, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Safe Sitter’s sloga...
  • Times They Are A-Changin'

    For the past four weeks I have shared with you my view that public education in our state is going through a great deal of change all at once. While my career as a Colorado educator has only spanned 18 years so far, when I talk with people that have been...
  • Tips offered for coping with drought

    By D. Bruce Bosley, Extension agent/cropping systems, Colorado State University Extension—Sterling Many area corn farmers are facing reduced water supplies for irrigation this coming season. Two proposals for coping with drought and short water supplie...