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  • Dee's watercolor painting selected for art show

    “Another 4020 Evening,” a watercolor painting by Nancy Dee of Haxtun, has been juried into the 22nd Annual Colorado Watercolor Society State Exhibition March 2-24, hosted by Foothills Art Center in Golden. Last year’s exhibition drew visitors from ...
  • Don Fix Memorial scholarships available

    The Leland Trust has announced the Don Fix Memorial Scholarship is available for graduates of Holyoke and Haxtun high schools. Priority will be given to college students in the second year and beyond. Technical and short-term vocational courses are also ...
  • Rural Colorado has key role in America's energy future

    The annual Governor’s Forum on Agriculture recently drew a record audience to the Denver Renaissance Hotel. Ken Salazar, who next month steps down as Secretary of the Interior, spoke to the more than 250 in attendance on natural resources issues. The U...
  • Times They Are A-Changin'

    As was described last week, public education in Colorado is experiencing a change like never seen before as we respond to legislation and the changing nature of our students and society. One of the catalysts for all of this change is the new Colorado Aca...
  • Extension Corner

    Heart-healthy foods With February being Heart Month in the United States, it is a good time to add these heart-healthy foods to your diet. Make these seven foods part of your diet to prevent heart disease: 1. Salmon contains the healthy fat, omega-3 fat...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoFeb. 28, 2008 Holyoke City Council passed an ordinance that prohibits truck parking on residential streets and alleys. Jennifer Hayes, Katie Andersen and Susan Hinck have started Henry Hayes Honey, which sells honey and honey-based product...
  • Austrian woman provides insight to gun control

    The history of registration is the history of confiscation. The history of confiscation is the history of mass slaughter. In this century, 170 million have been disarmed, rounded up and slaughtered. After reading “Gun Control from the Eyes of a Child...
  • Hometown shopping vital to small communities

    Dear Editor, I’m writing this letter to the editor to thank the community for allowing my family and myself to serve them for the season that we were needed. It was a hard decision for us to choose to close our variety store, but that decision is fina...
  • Vaccinations the key to preventing rabies in pets

    Dear Editor, Vaccinating your animals against rabies is part of being a responsible and loving pet owner, and never has this responsibility been more important or had such dire consequences if ignored. The presence of a strain of skunk rabies is not new...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise February 28, 2013...
  • Around Town

    Smorgasbord concert is Fri. The annual Music Parents Smorgasbord is set for this Friday, March 1. A meal will take place at the elementary school from 5-7 p.m. followed by the band and choir concert at the HHS auditorium at 7:30 p.m.   Conferences...
  • First Baptist to celebrate 125th, new church facility

    First Baptist Church of Holyoke is set to celebrate its 125th anniversary and a new church facility during a month-long celebration. Four Sundays in March will feature a 10:30 a.m. service followed by a meal and fellowship at the new church location at 10...
  • First Baptist to celebrate 125th, new church facility

    First Baptist Church of Holyoke is set to celebrate its 125th anniversary and a new church facility during a month-long celebration. Four Sundays in March will feature a 10:30 a.m. service followed by a meal and fellowship at the new church location at 10...
  • Overviews highlighted on 2 school grant apps

    Application statuses for two grants were reviewed at the Feb. 25 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. The meeting had been postponed from the regular date of Feb. 19. Superintendent Bret Miles said the BEST grant application dead...
  • Overviews highlighted on 2 school grant apps

    Application statuses for two grants were reviewed at the Feb. 25 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. The meeting had been postponed from the regular date of Feb. 19. Superintendent Bret Miles said the BEST grant application dead...
  • Tomky recognized by CPA with Rising Star Award

    Recognized as a person who is curious, innovative, progressive and stands out as a future leader, Darci Tomky of The Holyoke Enterprise was announced as the winner of this year’s Rising Star Award at the awards ceremony of the Colorado Press Association...
  • Tomky recognized by CPA with Rising Star Award

    Recognized as a person who is curious, innovative, progressive and stands out as a future leader, Darci Tomky of The Holyoke Enterprise was announced as the winner of this year’s Rising Star Award at the awards ceremony of the Colorado Press Association...
  • City submits GOCO app

    Holyoke is seeking $110,000 from Great Outdoors Colorado for a local parks and outdoor recreation grant. Members of the Holyoke City Council agreed to submit the application at their meeting Tuesday, Feb. 19. The money represents 44 percent of the total ...
  • City submits GOCO app

    Holyoke is seeking $110,000 from Great Outdoors Colorado for a local parks and outdoor recreation grant. Members of the Holyoke City Council agreed to submit the application at their meeting Tuesday, Feb. 19. The money represents 44 percent of the total ...
  • RJ's closing soon

    “Closing soon. Everything must be sold.” Those are the words of the vinyl banner that was hung in front of RJ’s Simple Spending at 123 S. Interocean Ave. in Holyoke Friday evening, Feb. 22. Store owners Randy and Jackie Hale, who opened the local s...