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  • Sweet treats

    Did someone say chocolate? The word must have gotten out because dozens of people were in and out of the Phillips County Museum Sunday afternoon, Feb. 12 for Phillips County Historical Society’s annual Chocolate Affair. Aria Ann Brunick, pictured above,...
  • Western Splendor Legacy Event brings out the cowboys

    It was a night of western elegance at the Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation Western Splendor Legacy Event Saturday, Feb. 11. After dinner and live/silent auctions, it was time to dance. Pictured above, from left, Susan Markle, Kate Shoemaker, Andrew Ke...
  • Western Splendor Legacy Event brings out the cowboys

    It was a night of western elegance at the Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation Western Splendor Legacy Event Saturday, Feb. 11. After dinner and live/silent auctions, it was time to dance. Pictured above, from left, Susan Markle, Kate Shoemaker, Andrew Ke...
  • GOCO grant sought for all-weather track

    Phillips County and Holyoke School District Re-1J are partnering for a $350,000 grant application to Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) for a new all-weather track. Re-1J Supt. Bret Miles conducted a public meeting to explain the project through a Powerpoint...
  • GOCO grant sought for all-weather track

    Phillips County and Holyoke School District Re-1J are partnering for a $350,000 grant application to Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) for a new all-weather track. Re-1J Supt. Bret Miles conducted a public meeting to explain the project through a Powerpoint...
  • Issued junk warning of concern to local citizen

    Holyoke City Council members were presented with photographs of a residential yard in Holyoke by Michelle Gregg during their Tuesday, Feb. 7 regular meeting. Gregg received a junk notice in the mail and wanted to speak with the council as she felt items ...
  • Issued junk warning of concern to local citizen

    Holyoke City Council members were presented with photographs of a residential yard in Holyoke by Michelle Gregg during their Tuesday, Feb. 7 regular meeting. Gregg received a junk notice in the mail and wanted to speak with the council as she felt items ...
  • School calendar is topic of the day

    School calendar for 2012-13 was the hot topic at the Feb. 8 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. Extensive discussion centered around stating parameters for the superintendent to follow for creating a calendar. General board sent...
  • School calendar is topic of the day

    School calendar for 2012-13 was the hot topic at the Feb. 8 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. Extensive discussion centered around stating parameters for the superintendent to follow for creating a calendar. General board sent...
  • Dragons take down Eagles

    Following the snow storm that blew through the area and canceled school Friday, Feb. 3, the Dragons weren’t real sure if they would be playing basketball Saturday afternoon Feb. 4 or not. Coach Scott Dille said the team didn’t find out until around 9...
  • Holyoke girls let Saturday game slip away to Wray

    Despite last week’s snow, Holyoke took on Wray at home Saturday, Feb. 4. Unfortunately, the Eagles pulled off a 58-48 win over the Dragons. “The girls played hard, and we had the opportunities to win the game against Wray, but we had some inopportune...
  • Cheering it up for the Dragons

    Cheerleader wannabes, age 3 through 6th grade, perform at halftime of the Feb. 4 boys’ basketball game with Wray. The girls learned their cheers and chants during a clinic conducted by the HHS cheerleaders Saturday, Jan. 28. Pictured above left, from l...
  • Dragons defeat Merino by two in Larry Stroh Memorial dual

    HHS wrestlers posted a 42-40 win in the Larry Stroh Memorial dual with Merino Thursday, Feb. 2 in Holyoke. Coach Jack Garrison noted appreciation for the wrestling support from the Stroh family. No family members were present at last week’s dual as Bil...
  • JH wrestling well

    Holyoke Junior High wrestling team turned in some fine performances in Sterling Tuesday, Jan. 31 and at the Holyoke Bash Thursday, Feb. 2. Individual records for the two days of competition follow: 95 lbs.­—Oscar Hernandez, 0-2 at Sterling. 105 lbs....
  • Free throw contest to be held this Saturday

    All boys and girls ages 10-14 are invited to participate in the local level of competition for the 2012 Knights of Columbus free throw championship. The local competition will be held Sunday, Feb. 12 at the Holyoke High School old gym. Registration will ...
  • Junior varisty boys beat Wray

    Holyoke’s boys’ JV basketball team picked up an impressive 79-28 win over Wray Saturday, Feb. 4 in Holyoke. Last Friday’s home game with Burlington has been rescheduled for Monday, Feb. 13. The Dragons jumped out to an early 24-4 dominating lead S...
  • JV girls fall to Eagles

    Hosting Wray Saturday, Feb. 4, the Lady Dragon JV basketball team was defeated by the Eagles 27-50. Wray consistently connected with the basket, outscoring the Dragons in all four quarters with double-digit point totals. Stefani Razo led Holyoke scoring...
  • Boys C team wins

    Holyoke boys’ C basketball team came away with a nice 42-17 victory over Wray Saturday, Feb. 4. The Dragons jumped ahead early and never let the Eagles back into the game. They led 23-4 at the half. Holyoke’s biggest quarter came in the third when th...
  • HHS C girls lose to Wray

    In a two-quarter C team game Saturday, Feb. 4, Holyoke Lady Dragons fell to Wray 10-26. Jentry Andersen and Stefani Razo each scored four points with Kaylee Ham adding two.Holyoke Enterprise February 9, 2012...
  • Jack's Bean hosts yellow pea meeting

    Nebraska no-till educator Mark Watson speaks to a crowd of producers Thursday, Feb. 2 at Phillips County Event Center. Jack’s Bean Company hosted a yellow pea meeting for area producers to explain the concept behind yellow peas. Six speakers presented w...