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  • Six candidates seek four School Board seats

    Six candidates are seeking election to four open seats on Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education in the Nov. 1 election. Mail ballots have been sent to all “active” registered voters in the school district which includes east Phillips Cou...
  • School Board candidates introduced

    Click here to read the three interview questions answered by each candidate.Background information on the six candidates seeking four seats on Holyoke School District Board of Education follow: Dennis Herman Dennis Herman grew up on a farm and graduat...
  • Out with the old

    Employees of Phillips County Road and Bridge spent part of the day Tuesday, Oct. 11 tearing out the old playground equipment at Homesteaders Park at Phillips County Fairgrounds. The county has received numerous grants to install a new universally accessib...
  • Living well in Phillips County

    Falling is not a normal part of getting older. Due to a new initiative in northeast Colorado, older adults can now participate in a fall prevention program, A Matter of Balance. The next A Matter of Balance program begins Wednesday, Oct. 26 at the Carria...
  • BOH opposes sale of dissolvable tobacco products in Colorado

    Colorado state Board of Health members recently unanimously approved a resolution requesting that R.J. Reynolds Company remove Camel Sticks, Strips and Orbs from Colorado until a decision by the Food and Drug Administration to regulate such products as to...
  • CO community colleges receive grant money

    The U.S. Department of Labor announced Monday, Sept. 26 that Colorado’s community colleges will receive a $17.3 million grant to enhance current energy-related programs with the goal of training highly qualified workers for the businesses that are seeki...
  • Penny Harvest blows goal right out of the bank

    After only two weeks of the eight-week drive, Holyoke School District surpassed its $2,000 goal for the 2011 Penny Harvest. “I’m pumped about it,” HHS senior Emily Bradley said. Bradley, along with classmate Alex Quintana, have served as the head o...
  • Department of Health aims to reduce heart attacks, strokes

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently launched the Million Hearts initiative, an effort to eliminate one million heart attacks and strokes nationwide in five years by setting clear and accountable goals for reducing the risks associate...
  • Don’t overlook ovarian cancer

    Ovarian cancer is the eighth most common cancer in women and the second most common gynecologic cancer but if detected early is easily treatable. Ovarian cancer can develop at any age but is most likely to occur in women who are 50 years or older. More t...
  • Lady Dragon volleyball scores win over Peetz

    “We played to win,” said coach Scott Dille after the Holyoke volleyball team’s close battle with Peetz in the HHS gym Monday night, Oct. 17. It was a tight game, he said, but the girls really stepped up and played aggressively at the end to hold on...
  • JH volleyball season comes to a close

    Holyoke’s junior high volleyball team wrapped up the 2011 season Saturday, Oct. 8 at the LPAA tournament in Akron. There were eight teams competing in the pool play tournament. Holyoke’s pool consisted of Wiggins, Merino and St. Anthony’s. Holyoke...
  • College news

    Marissa Smith of Holyoke was recently recognized as a member of Sigma Alpha Lambda, National Leadership and Honors Organization at Colorado State University. Sigma Alpha Lambda is a national leadership and honors organization dedicated to promoting and r...
  • Club report

    FCE Jolly Dozen FCE Jolly Dozen Club met Tuesday, Oct. 11 at the Christian Church. There were eight members present. Donna Knight gave a wearing demonstration using her alpaca fleece.Holyoke Enterprise October 20, 2011...
  • Progressive 15 provides resolution in support

    Progressive 15 has approved a resolution in support of the brief and map that CLUB 20, through its attorneys, Marcus Lock and Kendall Burgemeister of Bratton Hill Wilderson and Lock, LLC, has filed an Amicus Curiae or Friend of the Court Brief with the De...
  • Six candidates seek four School Board seats

    Six candidates are seeking election to four open seats on Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education in the Nov. 1 election. Mail ballots have been sent to all “active” registered voters in the school district which includes east Phillips Count...
  • One-ring act is crowd pleaser

    A packed crowd witnessed a great show Wednesday night, Oct. 12 at the Family Big Top Circus. The tent went up Wednesday morning and was packed full for the night show. Jordan Dresdner and his amazing balancing act was one of many that drew cheers from the...
  • Dragons to State softball for 2nd straight year

    HHS softball is state-bound for the second straight year. The Lady Dragons pulled off a phenomenal 3-2 win over Limon in district tournament action in Burlington Saturday, Oct. 15 to advance to the regional/state tourney at the Aurora Sports Complex Frid...
  • New state-of-art car wash now open

    “It’s quite a machine,” Arlan Scholl said of the new car wash system that was recently installed at Scholl Service Center at 625 E. Denver St. in Holyoke. Work began in July and was completed last week with some small tweaking still being done to ...
  • 'Fear the Flame' celebrated for HHS Homecoming

    Seniors Emily Bradley and Alex Quintana were crowned queen and king during halftime of the football game against Akron Friday night, Oct. 7.Sophomore Eva Penzing rolls a tire during her leg of a relay race Thursday morning during the HHS Homecoming Olympi...
  • Scheunemanns celebrates 112 years

    Holyoke’s main street landscape has changed considerably in the last century, with hitching posts replaced by paved parking spots and dozens of colorful business storefronts calling downtown home over the years. Despite all the changes, one family-o...