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  • Thanksgiving Day: food, family, and, of course, football!

    With temperatures close to 70 degrees last Thursday, Nov. 24, plenty of families got to spend their Thanksgiving holiday outdoors. Whether they were playing an intense family football game, hanging up Christmas lights or walking off all the stuffing they ...
  • Phillilps County UHF translators now all converted to digital

    Region One Translator Association wants the residents of Phillips County to be aware all the UHF translators serving the county have now been converted to digital output. Those with an analog television need to purchase a converter box which will enable ...
  • Increased patrols to snag drunk drivers during DUI crackdown

    The holiday rush is upon us, full of shopping and holiday parties at offices and homes across the state. If one plans to drink alcohol, the Colorado Department of Transportation, Colorado State Patrol and law enforcement agencies statewide want to remind ...
  • School info on website for financial transparency

    Financial information for Holyoke School District must be posted online in a downloadable format for free public access. When the Colorado General Assembly passed House Bill 1036 in 2010, it enacted the “Public School Financial Transparency Act” requ...
  • Re-1J School Board to meet Dec. 6

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. in HJHS Room #218. Included in the superintendent’s report will be the 2010-11 audit report, transportation report, grading pilot update, recommendations to the final ...
  • Lady Dragons earn All-Conference VB honors

    HHS sophomore volleyball player Maddie King was named to the Lower Platte Activities Association (LPAA) All-Conference list, with junior Erin Vieselmeyer also earning honorable mention honors for the 2011 season.       &...
  • Wrestling team numbers increase

    Twenty-one students reported for this year’s HHS wrestling team, which more than doubles the size of last year’s nine-member squad. Coach Jack Garrison said they should fill all but two weights, and he’s excited about that. “We should be pretty s...
  • Lady Dragon basketball ready for a challenge

    For the Holyoke Lady Dragon basketball team, the outlook is bright as they kick off the 2011-12 winter basketball season this week. “With five returning letterwinners and a good solid cast of talented up-and-coming players, the Lady Dragons look to be ...
  • JH boys grab two wins at Wray

    Holyoke junior high boys’ basketball teams traveled to Wray Tuesday, Nov. 22 to face the Eagles and came away with two victories. The A team beat Wray 31-18. The Dragons were led by Alex Yanez with eight points. Jesus Loya and Bradley Cumming each scor...
  • 26 on 2011-12 Holyoke boys' basketball roster

    Conditioning. That will be the key to the Holyoke boys’ basketball team’s success this year, according to coach Scott Dille. The coach reported 26 players turned out for the first day of practice Friday, Nov. 11. This number is down just one from las...
  • Burlington claims second straight title

    The Burlington Cougar football team grabbed its second straight Class 1A state football championship after a 23-0 victory over the Wiggins Tigers Saturday, Nov. 26. This was the fifth straight year that the North Central and South Central leagues have pr...
  • Amanda's Market to open soon

    Meats, fruits and vegetables are items Amanda’s Market, located at 440 E. Denver St., hopes to have available Saturday, Dec. 3 when the closed sign is turned to open. Owner Ramón Dominguez said Saturday is a day he has been thinking about and working ...
  • Marketplace successful

    Initiative, imagination and inspiration describe the 16 budding young business owners who sold handmade, homegrown products this past Saturday, Nov. 26. Entrepreneurs hail from seven rural communities throughout northeastern Colorado, bringing a unique s...
  • Colorado Ag Classic to be held Dec. 7-8

    The seventh annual Colorado Ag Classic will be held Wednesday-Thursday, Dec. 7-8 at the Embassy Suites in Loveland. The Colorado Ag Classic is the joint convention of the Colorado Association of Wheat Growers (CAWG), the Colorado Corn Growers Association...
  • Business Briefs

    Sasha Lopez, Leslie Johnson and Amanda Ferguson have joined the staff at Ardie’s Beauty Barr as licensed cosmetologists and are now taking appointments. XXXXX If you have information for Business Briefs, call the Enterprise office at 854-2811.Holyoke ...
  • Drumroll Please

    Not a creature is stirring— any more Coming off of Thanksgiving, I know I’m not the only one who ate way too much. For the last week, I was sharing my house with a seemingly insatiable mouse. Actually, the critter may have been scurrying about for m...
  • Extension Corner

    Holiday meal planning tips The holidays are a busy time filled with the three f’s; family, friends and food. We take all of our time with so much planning for those three important things that we forget to take care of ourselves and we end up paying ...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    Where’s the baby? I write so much about my 3-year-old, Melise, that some of you might wonder where my baby has gone. Little Alina is here! She’s always here—in my arms, on my back in a carrier, sitting on the floor nearby—always bearing witness t...
  • Peekin' into the past

    Five Years AgoNov. 30, 2006 Baby’s 1st Steps will be changing its name to Baby Bear Hugs in the next few months to match the name to that of similar programs in the region. Imperial, Neb. will be the site of one of three ethanol plants to be built by ...
  • Holyoke teens thankful after two close calls

    Thanksgiving is a day to fill up on pumpkin pie, watch football and prepare for the Black Friday sales, right? Yes, that’s what many across the country did last Thursday, but this year the holidays look much different for two teenage girls in Holyoke. ...