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  • FCCLA attends district conference

    Holyoke High School FCCLA chapter traveled to NJC Jan. 30 to attend the district conference. The opening ceremony consisted of speeches from candidates for district officers. The main activity of the day was roundtables where current district officers ea...
  • School meeting rescheduled Mon.

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education has rescheduled its second regular meeting of the month to Monday, Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. in HJHS Room #218. Among the items on the superintendent’s report are update on SB 191, overview of grant applications...
  • College news

    Elise Nelson, a 2010 Holyoke High School graduate, was recently named to Dean’s List/Honor Roll at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Nelson is a junior accounting major in the College of Business Administration. To be qualified for the Dean’s List,...
  • Times They Are A-Changin’

    You may not have noticed, but public education in our state is a very popular topic among legislators. So far in the General Assembly, over 40 bills have been introduced to change laws regarding public education. This is not exactly a new thing. In fact,...
  • Reader offers tip to keep cats away

    If you are bothered by cats getting in your buildings, I have a sure cure. If you spread a few mothballs around where they enter, they will not enter. It doesn’t hurt the cat, who may be someone’s pet looking for a mouse. Saves problems for overworke...
  • Battle over eminent domain rights continues

    A bill that began as a simple, technical change to a 19th-century statute has turned into a much bigger battle over whether the state should grant eminent domain rights to oil and petroleum companies. Sponsors of Senate Bill 13-021 claim the bill would m...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoFeb. 21, 2008 Viaero Wireless was the highest bidder at the Feb. 12 public auction for the former Bank of Colorado building at 106 S. Interocean Ave. in Holyoke and plans to move its current offices from 115 N. Campbell Ave. In an effort t...
  • Buffalo brought back to Phillips County

    Phillips County again has buffalo as Paul Mailander’s recent purchase of a bull and five heifers are the only buffalo in the county. A casual conversation about eating healthier with his daughter nearly four years ago sparked the initial interest in pu...
  • Buffalo brought back to Phillips County

    Phillips County again has buffalo as Paul Mailander’s recent purchase of a bull and five heifers are the only buffalo in the county. A casual conversation about eating healthier with his daughter nearly four years ago sparked the initial interest in pu...
  • Memory of WWII massacre in Germany kept alive in book

    Over 1,000 people lost their lives in Gardelegen, Germany April 13, 1945, but with the help of artifacts, history records and individuals, their story lives on today. After several years of research, 48-year-old Torsten Haarseim has completed a book reco...
  • Memory of WWII massacre in Germany kept alive in book

    Over 1,000 people lost their lives in Gardelegen, Germany April 13, 1945, but with the help of artifacts, history records and individuals, their story lives on today. After several years of research, 48-year-old Torsten Haarseim has completed a book reco...
  • ‘Wholly’ moly! February is whole grains month

    Students at Holyoke Elementary School got a lesson in whole grains Tuesday, Feb. 19, with kitchen manager Maggie Busch explaining all the great nutritional benefits of whole grains and whole wheat. She said that was their focus for the month of February, ...
  • ‘Wholly’ moly! February is whole grains month

    Students at Holyoke Elementary School got a lesson in whole grains Tuesday, Feb. 19, with kitchen manager Maggie Busch explaining all the great nutritional benefits of whole grains and whole wheat. She said that was their focus for the month of February, ...
  • Around Town

    Enterprise closed Friday The Holyoke Enterprise office will be closed all day Friday, Feb. 22 so staff members can attend the Colorado Press Association convention.   New hours set for food bank The food bank at First United Methodist Church has ...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise February 21, 2013...
  • Mike Frazier ventures to Haiti for mission trip

    Mike Frazier has been doing physical labor his whole life, but this time the scene was quite different. From Jan. 12-19, Frazier served a mission trip in Leogane, Haiti. With 24 people of all ages and from all different backgrounds, the mission group Mis...
  • Budget and financial info highlight school meeting

    Second-quarter financials and a 2013-14 budget timeline for Holyoke School District Re-1J were the main topics of a short meeting of the Holyoke Board of Education Tuesday, Feb. 5. After reviewing the second-quarter reports, Superintendent Bret Miles ind...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Flip out for flapjacksPancakes, griddlecakes, hotcakes—whatever you call them, it’s time to flip ’em, flop ’em and stack ’em for International Pancake Week! Shrove Tuesday or Fat Tuesday, which is Feb. 12 this year, is also known as Pancake Da...
  • 8 inducted into National Honor Society at HHS

    Eight Holyoke High School students were inducted into the school’s National Honor Society chapter in a Monday, Feb. 11 ceremony. Students selected for their academic, service, leadership and character qualities are pictured from left, front row, Trevor...
  • Zion Lutheran Church receives $5,000 grant

    Zion Lutheran Church Food Pantry recently received a $5,000 Lutheran Community Economic Outreach Bridge Grant from the Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Foundation. The funding was awarded to the food pantry based on its effectiveness in addressing basic ...