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  • Bands perform Christmas and more

    Holyoke’s Junior High Concert Band, High School Concert Band and JR/SR High combined Jazz Band entertained with Christmas music and more in a Dec. 17 concert in the HHS auditorium. The bands were under the direction of Miko Martinez, with Marcia Dalton...
  • Jingle bells ring in elementary

    In an effort to create enthusiasm and build up the Holyoke Elementary School band program, band students in grades 5-6 performed at their own concert last Thursday, Dec. 20 at the elementary school gym. Band teacher Miko Martinez directed the bands—two...
  • PIE announces winners in annual reading contest

    Students in grades kindergarten through fifth-grade participated in the Partners in Education annual reading contest. Pictured are those who participated in the contest. They gathered Wednesday morning, Dec. 19 to find out who won in each grade.  —E...
  • Colorado whooping cough cases highest in 60 years

    With 1,407 reported cases as of Dec. 8, Colorado’s pertussis epidemic has exceeded the number of cases seen in the state going back at least six decades. The last time Colorado experienced this level of pertussis, commonly referred to as whooping cough,...
  • Blizzard nails Holyoke

    Talk of lots of snow spread throughout Holyoke and the surrounding area early last week. The town went to bed Tuesday night, Dec. 18 thinking it would wake up to blizzard-like conditions Wednesday morning. That didn’t happen, but as people went to work ...
  • Blizzard nails Holyoke

    Talk of lots of snow spread throughout Holyoke and the surrounding area early last week. The town went to bed Tuesday night, Dec. 18 thinking it would wake up to blizzard-like conditions Wednesday morning. That didn’t happen, but as people went to work ...
  • School safety is a priority

    School safety is a clear priority in Holyoke School District Re-1J and has come to the discussion forefront following the recent school tragedy in Connecticut. At the Dec. 18 School Board meeting, board members reviewed the Crisis Response Plan standard ...
  • School safety is a priority

    School safety is a clear priority in Holyoke School District Re-1J and has come to the discussion forefront following the recent school tragedy in Connecticut. At the Dec. 18 School Board meeting, board members reviewed the Crisis Response Plan standard ...
  • Holyoke City Council approves three ordinances on first reading

    During a quick meeting Tuesday, Dec. 18, Holyoke City Council members approved three ordinances on first reading. The three ordinances deal with parking on residential areas, public nuisances and marijuana. The first ordinance establishes a new section o...
  • Holyoke City Council approves three ordinances on first reading

    During a quick meeting Tuesday, Dec. 18, Holyoke City Council members approved three ordinances on first reading. The three ordinances deal with parking on residential areas, public nuisances and marijuana. The first ordinance establishes a new section o...
  • 125th Anniversary planning coming along

    Holyoke will officially celebrate its 125th (quasquicentennial) April 24, 2013 at Holyoke High School where Phillips County Players will perform a melodrama outlining certain historic events happening in Holyoke throughout the years. A 125th committee ha...
  • 125th Anniversary planning coming along

    Holyoke will officially celebrate its 125th (quasquicentennial) April 24, 2013 at Holyoke High School where Phillips County Players will perform a melodrama outlining certain historic events happening in Holyoke throughout the years. A 125th committee ha...
  • Around Town

    Enterprise to print Thursday The Holyoke Enterprise office will be closed beginning at noon Monday, Dec. 31 and all day Tuesday, Jan. 1 for New Year’s. Deadline for the Jan. 3 paper will be Wednesday, Jan. 2 at 10 a.m. The paper will be printed Thursda...
  • ‘Snow’ much to learn

    Snow is much more than white, wet and cold. There are many different facts about snow that make it unique and one of the more complex types of precipitation. —Although snow appears white because of the countless tiny surfaces of each snowflake crystal ...
  • January Meet & Eat Menu

    Tuesday, Jan. 1—New Year’s Day. Wednesday, Jan. 2—Beef olé, refried beans, Mexicali corn, fruit cup. Thursday, Jan. 3—Salmon fillet with dill sauce, baked sweet potato fries, asparagus cuts, bran muffin, peach slices. Friday, Jan. 4—Spaghett...
  • Fact or Fiction? Car hits building in freak accident

    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. An automobile and a brick building w...
  • Hospital is excited with specialty clinic additions

    Staff at Melissa Memorial Hospital and Family Practice of Holyoke are excited with the direction things are headed within the specialty clinic. Three new providers have joined the specialty clinic within the last six months and MMH is excited to get them...
  • Bartlett elected president

    Merino farmer Charles Bartlett was elected as president of the Colorado Corn Administrative Committee during the regular board meeting Dec. 12 at Embassy Suites in Loveland. Mark Oestman of Eckley was elected as vice president. Voting was conducted among...
  • Over 200 farmers attend Colorado Ag Classic

    Attendance at the Colorado Ag Classic continued to grow, as 200 agricultural producers participated in the event held Dec. 12-13 at The Embassy Suites in Loveland. The eighth annual event was jointly hosted by the Colorado Association of Wheat Growers/Col...
  • Hermosillo 5th at holiday tourney

    195-lb. wrestler Jesus Hermosillo gave an impressive performance at the Dec. 21-22 Old Chicago Northern Colorado Holiday Wrestling Tournament in Greeley, where he placed fifth in his weight division. It was fantastic competition and a great atmosphere, s...