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  • Dragons fall to Res. Christian

    Holding a 1-2 season record, the Holyoke Dragons traveled to Loveland Saturday, Sept. 24 to face Resurrection Christian (3-0). One of the Dragons’ two wins last season came against the Cougars in a 40-7 victory. It was a different story this year as R...
  • Holyoke golfers end season at regionals

    Holyoke varsity golfers wrapped up their 2011 season at the regional tournament in Greeley Tuesday, Sept. 20. The tournament, held at Boomerang Golf Course, was won by Alexander Dawson with a team score of 231. Holyoke finished sixth with a team score o...
  • 8th grade Dragons finish undefeated

    Holyoke’s eighth grade football team finished the 2011 season with an undefeated record (4-0) after two big wins last week. Holyoke’s seventh grade team also walked away last week with two victories. The Dragons played host to Wray Tuesday, Sept. 20....
  • JH volleyball has a busy week

    Holyoke junior high volleyball teams had a busy week as they traveled to St. Anthony’s Thursday, Sept. 22 and played host to Sedgwick County Monday, Sept. 26. Last Thursday, the B team came away with a win 25-21, 26-28 and 15-9. The A team lost in two,...
  • Officials needed for basketball

    High school basketball referees are needed throughout the region, from Limon to Julesburg, and all locations in between. Serving as a high school basketball official is a great way to make some extra money, stay in shape during the winter, meet new peopl...
  • Attendance at high school sporting events tops 500 mil.

    More fans attend high school basketball and football events than the same sports at the college and professional levels combined, according to a survey conducted by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS). During the 2009-10 scho...
  • Brenda Brandt to assume role as CPA president

    Having served as the Colorado Press Association (CPA) vice president since February, Holyoke Enterprise publisher Brenda Brandt will step in as president Oct. 1. Brandt fills the position previously held by Bob Moore, former executive editor of the Fort ...
  • October is Residents' Rights Month

    Governor Hickenlooper has declared October as Residents’ Rights Month in Colorado. His proclamation states that “all residents should be aware of their rights so that they may be empowered to live with dignity and self-determination.” In Colorado t...
  • Get a flu vaccination this year

    This year, the theme for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s flu campaign is “Do Something Easy,” to emphasize getting a flu vaccination is a whole lot easier than most of the tasks Coloradans pack into their busy days. In ad...
  • Extension Corner

    Outbreak reminds us to follow food safety guidelines According to foodsafety.gov, one in six Americans will get sick from food poisoning this year. Botulism, salmonella or E. coli poisoning are scary foodborne illnesses that often can be prevented. Sadl...
  • Another Perspective

    ‘Ella Marie’ takes on unique meaning Summertime brought a fun visit from Australian relatives that was indeed intriguing. I attempted to prepare my grandchildren for the accent they could expect from our anticipated company. I showed them pictures o...
  • Reader amazed of Stegomastodon find

    Dear Editor: Having been away for the last few weeks, I only now caught up with that most remarkable story in the Enterprise of the finding of fossil remains of the Stegomastodon, a prehistoric elephant, right in our own front yard. We are truly in a hal...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoSept. 28, 2006 After numerous concerns brought forth to the Holyoke City Council from community members, it was decided to make traffic traveling onto Interocean Ave. from either E. or W. Emerson St. right turn only. Brian Gales brings his...
  • Stegomastodon dig an experience of a lifetime

    “It’s a once in a lifetime experience,” said Issac Brandt, one of the lucky few who got to participate in last summer’s Stegomastodon excavation. All of the volunteers can certainly agree it’s just not an opportunity that comes around every day....
  • Stegomastodon dig an experience of a lifetime

    “It’s a once in a lifetime experience,” said Issac Brandt, one of the lucky few who got to participate in last summer’s Stegomastodon excavation. All of the volunteers can certainly agree it’s just not an opportunity that comes around every day....
  • Seat opens on Council

    Council member Jessica Cumming resigned her seat on the Holyoke City Council Tuesday, Sept. 20. At the conclusion of last week’s meeting, mayor Orville Tonsing read a letter from Cumming, who was absent from the meeting, that stated she was resigning he...
  • Seat opens on Council

    Council member Jessica Cumming resigned her seat on the Holyoke City Council Tuesday, Sept. 20. At the conclusion of last week’s meeting, mayor Orville Tonsing read a letter from Cumming, who was absent from the meeting, that stated she was resigning he...
  • Instructional technology goal detailed by school

    School District Goal 1.2— “Enhance the use of technology in the classroom to increase student achievement”—was addressed by Supt. Bret Miles at the Sept. 20 school board meeting. Relating the progress in meeting that goal, Miles spoke about teach...
  • Instructional technology goal detailed by school

    School District Goal 1.2— “Enhance the use of technology in the classroom to increase student achievement”—was addressed by Supt. Bret Miles at the Sept. 20 school board meeting. Relating the progress in meeting that goal, Miles spoke about teach...
  • Enterprise now taking entries for school spirit photo contest

    The Holyoke Enterprise is currently taking submissions for an online photography contest. Anyone may enter one photo that is representative of the “school spirit” theme. Entries could be from this year’s HHS Homecoming festivities, that memorable 1...