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  • Imperial to host Ladies Retreat

    The Imperial Bible Church Ladies Retreat will be held at the church at 800 W. 11th, Imperial, Neb. Saturday, March 16 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Featured speaker is Nebraska author Stephanie Grace Whitson. With the release of “The Key on the Quilt” last spri...
  • Did you know?

    A new study in the journal “Neurology” suggests that working out is the most effective way to protect the brain from Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers studied roughly 700 study participants from Scotland, all of whom were born in 1936. Each particip...
  • Snow still falling as spring draws near

    High winds accompanied 2.1 inches of snow, causing low visibility in parts of Holyoke Saturday, March 9. Rain began Friday night, eventually turning into a snowstorm that lasted until late Saturday evening. A total of .39 inches of moisture was recorded. ...
  • Snow still falling as spring draws near

    High winds accompanied 2.1 inches of snow, causing low visibility in parts of Holyoke Saturday, March 9. Rain began Friday night, eventually turning into a snowstorm that lasted until late Saturday evening. A total of .39 inches of moisture was recorded. ...
  • Holyoke in forefront of educator effectiveness

    Colorado Senate Bill 191, passed in May of 2010, addresses educator effectiveness and establishes new requirements for evaluating teachers and principals. The new system was piloted in 2012-2013, will be implemented statewide in 2013-2014 and finalized i...
  • Holyoke in forefront of educator effectiveness

    Colorado Senate Bill 191, passed in May of 2010, addresses educator effectiveness and establishes new requirements for evaluating teachers and principals. The new system was piloted in 2012-2013, will be implemented statewide in 2013-2014 and finalized i...
  • Julie Worley takes over as executive director for economic development

    Julie Worley is still getting her feet wet as she just finished up her first month as the new Phillips County Economic Development executive director. Worley is replacing Jeff Weaver, who occupied the position from September to November. “I really do ...
  • Julie Worley takes over as executive director for economic development

    Julie Worley is still getting her feet wet as she just finished up her first month as the new Phillips County Economic Development executive director. Worley is replacing Jeff Weaver, who occupied the position from September to November. “I really do ...
  • Athlete’s life motto inspires students

    “It’s a choice. I wear this bracelet because it is my choice” to finish strong, Sharon Jones explained to her students last week. The Holyoke Elementary School counselor took the opportunity to share a powerful story with kids in grades 4-6—a moti...
  • Athlete’s life motto inspires students

    “It’s a choice. I wear this bracelet because it is my choice” to finish strong, Sharon Jones explained to her students last week. The Holyoke Elementary School counselor took the opportunity to share a powerful story with kids in grades 4-6—a moti...
  • Relay For Life set in Haxtun June 7-8; teams to register at health fairs

    “Decades of Hope” is the theme for the 12th annual Phillips County Relay For Life event set for Friday-Saturday, June 7-8. A big change for this year is that the Relay has moved to the Haxtun Baseball Field, where teams will camp out and walk the tra...
  • Relay For Life set in Haxtun June 7-8; teams to register at health fairs

    “Decades of Hope” is the theme for the 12th annual Phillips County Relay For Life event set for Friday-Saturday, June 7-8. A big change for this year is that the Relay has moved to the Haxtun Baseball Field, where teams will camp out and walk the tra...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise March 14, 2013...
  • Musicians orchestrate success in Smorgasbord Concert

    “Music Education Orchestrating Success” was the focus at the annual Smorgasbord Concert held Friday, March 1 in the HHS auditorium. School bands and choirs combined for the musical entertainment and played to a packed auditorium crowd. Junior high a...
  • Local Baptist congregation marks 125th anniversary

    First Baptist Church kicks off month of celebration Over 250 community members and visitors gathered in a gorgeous new church at 1000 E. Johnson St. Sunday, March 3 to celebrate the 125th anniversary of First Baptist Church of Holyoke. Giving the mess...
  • Dragon hoopsters are regional-bound

    Holyoke High School girls’ and boys’ basketball teams have both extended their seasons another week by qualifying for 2A regional tournament action this weekend. The girls’ and boys’ teams both finished fourth in the District 2 tournament at NJC ...
  • HHS Lady Dragons go 1-2 at districts

    Needing to win one game to qualify for the regional tournament beginning Friday, the Holyoke girls’ basketball team knocked off Burlington Tuesday, Feb. 26 before falling to Yuma Thursday, Feb. 28 and Wray Saturday, March 2. The post season has been he...
  • Boys enter regionals playing best ball of season

    After taking fourth at the 2A District 2 Tournament over the weekend, the Dragons are preparing to face the Sierra Grande Panthers in the first round of the regional tournament. HHS began the district tournament picking up the 77-54 regional qualifying w...
  • Holyoke students excel at National History Day regional competition

    Holyoke was represented by 17 students at the regional National History Day contest at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley Saturday, March 2. In total, there were 147 entries from Northeastern Colorado. Participants entered essays, documentari...
  • Scholarships offered by CAWG for seniors

    The Colorado Association of Wheat Growers will award two $1,000 scholarships to Colorado high school seniors. The applicants’ parents, grandparents or legal guardians must be current or new members of CAWG or the applicant must be nominated by a curren...