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    Holyoke Enterprise February 14, 2013...
  • Holyoke team wins Brain Bowl

    In an overtime, sudden death championship round against the team from Green Acres Elementary, the Holyoke third- and fourth-grade team won the Fort Morgan Optimists’ Club annual Brain Bowl last weekend. Saturday Feb. 9, two Holyoke Elementary School te...
  • FBLA, FCCLA celebrated

    Students at Holyoke High School have been busy this week, Feb. 10-16, celebrating National FBLA Week and National FCCLA Week. In honor of FBLA Week, Holyoke’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter implemented many activities for FBLA promotion. O...
  • Students earn 500,000 grains of rice for Third World countries

    Using the “Free Rice” online computer program, Holyoke Elementary students practiced academic skills, such as vocabulary and math, and helped people living in Third World countries at the same time. Students from grades 2-6 logged in to the website f...
  • Scholarships made available for Phillips County students

    The Ruth Henderson Memorial Scholarship Fund established at the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado will provide significant financial assistance to one or more students who are current seniors at, or recent graduates of, high schools located in Mor...
  • Extension Corner

    This I believe Sometimes it really pays off to clean out old files in an office. While doing some office cleaning in the Phillips County office, the office secretary stumbled across an old document. The pages are slightly yellowed, there appear to be st...
  • It's the Pitts

    The evolution of marriage As a man’s marriage matures, his attitude toward going shopping evolves. Before marriage: When a man first dates a woman, he tries to hide the fact that they have absolutely nothing in common. Even though the only shopping he...
  • Despite severe drought, agriculture remains a leader in local Colorado economy

    Despite the worst drought in the last 50 years, agriculture should continue to lead Colorado out of the recession in the coming year, according to Commissioner of Agriculture John Salazar. Salazar recently sat down to discuss the state of agriculture in ...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoFeb. 14, 2008 Walt Heinitz, line superintendent at Highline Electric Association, retired Jan. 31 after nearly 35 years as a Highline employee. In this year’s City of Holyoke regular municipal election on April 8, voters will be asked to...
  • Christian-based films coming to the Peerless

    Starting Thursday, Feb. 7, the Peerless Theatre in Holyoke will be partnering with Christian Theatrical Releasing to bring faith-based and family films to the screen. Peerless manager Bob Brandt said the full-length feature films will be shown on the fir...
  • Mini cheerleaders shine

    Girls of all ages took the court at halftime of the boys’ basketball game Friday night to show off their cheerleading skills they learned from the HHS cheerleaders at the Jan. 26 clinic. Kinsey Rahe, pictured above, finishes her cheer strong with a kick...
  • Dave Rice inducted into Dugout Club Hall of Fame 

    Dave Rice was inducted into the Colorado Dugout Club Hall of Fame Jan. 18. He was one of 10 inductees chosen from 125 nominees for the class of 2013. Colorado Dugout Club, formerly Colorado High School Baseball Coaches Association, established its Hall o...
  • HHS TV production department welcomes new equipment

    Three news cameras and several other pieces are part of a generous gift welcomed by Holyoke High School’s TV production department. Colorado Springs’ KKTV 11 has been in the process of moving to a new station and updating to HD and robotic cameras, s...
  • Friends of the Library proves it is one smart cookie

    It was a cookie celebration Monday, Feb. 4 when the Friends of the Library gathered for their annual salad luncheon at Phillips County Museum. Cookie cookbooks and colorful treats emphasized the “Be a Smart Cookie ... READ!” theme of the event. Frien...
  • Weight room gets a face lift

    Through funds raised by the HHS football team selling trash bags, community donations and proceeds from the sale of a large framed aerial photograph of a home football game this past fall, HHS was able to purchase a great deal of new equipment in the scho...
  • Lady Dragons earn one-point win over undefeated Caliche

    “What a great win for the girls!” said coach Arlan Scholl after the Lady Dragon varsity basketball team defeated Caliche in a close 44-43 game in Holyoke Saturday, Feb. 2. He said they played hard and expected to defeat the No. 1-ranked Akron team Fr...
  • Dylan Kotch, Jesus Hermosillo place at Brighton wrestling invite

    Dylan Kotch was runner-up at 220 lbs. and Jesus Hermosillo finished third at 195 for Holyoke’s only placings at the tough Brighton Varsity Wrestling Tournament Saturday, Feb. 2. Others who earned a win in the Saturday tournament brackets were Issac Bra...
  • Dragons suffer two-game slide

    The Dragons had their five-game winning streak snapped this weekend with a pair of losses to Akron Friday, Feb. 1 and to Caliche Saturday, Feb. 2. In both games, Holyoke stuck around until late in the match before eventually being overcome by their oppos...
  • Roll wins fathers’ FT contest

    Jeff Roll, father of HHS junior boys’ basketball player Zach Roll, was the winner of the 2013 fathers’ free throw contest, held during the HHS basketball games with Wiggins Friday, Jan. 25. Roll and Erik Vieselmeyer, father of girls’ basketball pla...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Pledge to celebrate National Girl Scout Cookie DayIt’s that time of year again. That wonderful, glorious, delicious time of year—Girl Scout Cookies. The Enterprise office bought our fair share of Girl Scout Cookies last week, and to be honest, it felt...