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  • Hospital board wraps up 2012

    Board members discussed the financial standings of 2012 as well as set goals for upcoming years at the Feb. 26 East Phillips County Hospital District board meeting. While the district saw fewer patients at the hospital and the clinic in 2012 than they di...
  • Hospital board wraps up 2012

    Board members discussed the financial standings of 2012 as well as set goals for upcoming years at the Feb. 26 East Phillips County Hospital District board meeting. While the district saw fewer patients at the hospital and the clinic in 2012 than they di...
  • Mental toughness paves way for state medals

    Jesus Hermosillo is state runner-up at 195 lbs; Dylan Kotch 3rd at 220 llbs.Mental toughness is the focus of the Dragon wrestling room, and state placewinners Jesus Hermosillo and Dylan Kotch agree it paved the way for their trip to the state podium. Bot...
  • Dragons enter districts as No. 4 seed

    Finishing the regular season losing three of the final four games wasn’t exactly what the Dragon boys’ basketball team was hoping for, but their 9-10 record, 3-5 in league play, was good enough to earn them a fourth seed and a home game at the distric...
  • HHS girls finish regular season with No. 3 spot, 13-6 record

    Holyoke Lady Dragon basketball team finished regular season action last week and headed into districts in the No. 3 spot with a 6-2 record in league standings. Coach Arlan Scholl said they have done well so far this season and now hold an overall record ...
  • Dragons enter district tourney

    Holyoke Dragon basketball teams hosted their first round of the Class 2A District 2 Tournament Tuesday, Feb. 26. Winners in Tuesday’s matches will advance to the district semifinals Thursday, Feb. 28 at NJC in Sterling. Those who lose Tuesday night wil...
  • Alumni band rocks the HHS house

    Among those joining the community band Feb. 19 are those pictured from left, in front, Ron Koch, Darci Tomky, Lindsay Helgoth and Aly Brinkema; and back row, Molly Brandt, Marcia Dalton, Joe Hall and Pam Vieselmeyer.Members of the alumni/current student p...
  • School board to meet March 5

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, March 5 at 7 p.m. in the board meeting room, HJHS Room 218. Items on the superintendent’s report include leadership committee, BOCES curriculum collaboration/school calendar and unifie...
  • USPS to cut Sat. mail delivery

    Beginning Aug. 5, the United States Postal Service will be eliminating Saturday deliveries of all mail nationwide. While mail will now be delivered five days a week, the USPS will continue to deliver parcels, such as online orders, on Saturdays. At this ...
  • Enterprise brings home 13 awards

    Twelve contest awards were earned by The Holyoke Enterprise staff members Saturday, Feb. 23 at the 135th annual Colorado Press Association convention and awards ceremony at the Westin Denver Downtown Hotel. Enterprise managing editor Darci Tomky also rec...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Take it slow and easy Trending right now in the internet world of food blogs, pins and posts is the time-crunching, money-saving, makes-your-house-smell-wonderful slow cooker. From chili to mac and cheese to molten lava chocolate cake, there’s a sl...
  • March Meet & Eat Menu

    Friday, March 1—Salmon loaf, cheese sauce, mashed potatoes, asparagus cuts, roll, Oregon berry mix. Monday, March 4—Ham and beans, Waldorf salad, corn bread, grape juice, pineapple tidbits. Tuesday, March 5—Hot turkey sandwich, marinated vegetable...
  • Phillips County Arts Council brings in bluegrass band

    The sounds of classic bluegrass will fill the high school auditorium Sunday, March 3 at 2 p.m. as the High Plains Tradition band travels to Holyoke for the third concert in the Phillips County Arts Council concert series. Holyoke Marketplace will be spons...
  • ESL department continues to evolve to meet student needs

    Many families have made their way to Holyoke from Mexico for a variety of reasons. Upon arrival, many face similar obstacles as language barriers often amplify the culture shock they experience. Time and time again schools have played a helping role as th...
  • College news

    Mallory Bennett, a 2011 Holyoke High School graduate, was recently named to the Dean’s List at the University of Denver. Bennett was also listed as a Hornbeck Scholar, an honor which recognizes students at the Daniels College of Business who earned a 4....
  • Holyoke painted white with Feb. storm

    Holyoke city workers had their work cut out for them as Holyoke received more than six inches of snow in the past week. The storm peaked Wednesday, Feb. 20 with 3.6 inches of snowfall, but the storm was not over. An additional 1.1 inches fell Thursday, Fe...
  • 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...