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  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoJune 24, 2010 A new high-definition projection system has been installed at the Peerless Theatre, and the hope is to host Fathom Events in the very near future. Fathom Events bring live performances right to the big screen in Holyoke. The s...
  • Summer rolls into town

    50 vehicles show off at Dandelion DazeTop Gun winner Cherrie Brungardt and People’s Choice recipient Earl Rosenburg were top dogs at this year’s Dandelion Daze car show. Big crowds soaked up the summer sun while checking out the car show, browsing the...
  • Summer rolls into town

    50 vehicles show off at Dandelion DazeTop Gun winner Cherrie Brungardt and People’s Choice recipient Earl Rosenburg were top dogs at this year’s Dandelion Daze car show. Big crowds soaked up the summer sun while checking out the car show, browsing the...
  • Preliminary budget adopted with $7.04 million in gen. fund

    With $7.037 million in the general fund, and total appropriations of $8.238 million, the 2015-16 budget for Holyoke School District Re-1J was approved at the June 16 board meeting. This June budget is a preliminary one, with the final one to be adopted i...
  • Preliminary budget adopted with $7.04 million in gen. fund

    With $7.037 million in the general fund, and total appropriations of $8.238 million, the 2015-16 budget for Holyoke School District Re-1J was approved at the June 16 board meeting. This June budget is a preliminary one, with the final one to be adopted i...
  • Around Town

    Small fire reported Friday afternoon Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department was summoned Friday, June 19, at 2:50 p.m. to County Road 10 south of Holyoke when an electrical pole created a fire on the grass. Highline Electric was notified, and HVFD extinguishe...
  • Ballpark bathrooms to get $2,000 grant

    A $2,000 grant from Pedal the Plains will be put toward new bathrooms at Holyoke Ballpark, as approved by Holyoke City Council at its June 16 meeting. Tiffany Watson of Holyoke Chamber of Commerce explained to councilmembers that because Holyoke is a hos...
  • Ballpark bathrooms to get $2,000 grant

    A $2,000 grant from Pedal the Plains will be put toward new bathrooms at Holyoke Ballpark, as approved by Holyoke City Council at its June 16 meeting. Tiffany Watson of Holyoke Chamber of Commerce explained to councilmembers that because Holyoke is a hos...
  • Girls get down and dirty on softball field

    Rachel Krueger lands a strong hit for a home run during Holyoke softball action last Tuesday, June 9.To view the full article, consider an e-Subscription to the Enterprise. Call 970-854-2811.Holyoke Enterprise June 18, 2015...
  • It’s not rocket science

    These kids didn’t have to be rocket scientists to figure out they were going to have a lot of fun at the Heginbotham Library teen summer reading program. While last Friday didn’t involve rockets, they are looking forward to a rocket challenge June 19 ...
  • Destination Holyoke: Summer vacation amusement stays local

    Try as the weather might to keep the sunshine away, the first official day of summer is just around the corner. For some, that means planning a summer vacation, but others forgo the fun due to budgetary or scheduling concerns. While exotic destinations m...
  • Locals shine once again at Phillips County Raceway

    Friday night at the races proved to be another good show for the hometown crowd when locals Colt Gibbs and Garrett Sporhase took the checkered flag in their hobby stock and modified divisions, respectively at Phillips County Raceway in Holyoke. In fact, ...
  • Swim season reaches halfway point; competition set for Goodland next

    The Northwest Kansas Swim League summer season hit its halfway point Saturday, June 13, in Wray. Holyoke Swim Team has placed well at its first three meets and has two more upcoming meets before the league competition in Goodland, Kan., July 2-3. Despite...
  • Kroeger named HM All-State

    Gunnar Kroeger, who just finished his sophomore year at HHS, was recently named to the honorable mention list for the Class 2A All-State baseball selections, as published in the June 14 edition of The Denver Post. Following the Dragon baseball season, K...
  • Art Young Memorial Father’s Day tourney slated for June 20

    The 7th Annual Art Young Memorial Father’s Day Golf Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, June 20, at Holyoke Golf Course. The two-man scramble will begin with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Teams will play 18 holes, and all proceeds from registration funds...
  • Willmon attends b-ball shooting camp

    Shianne Willmon, who will be an eighth-grader at Holyoke JR/SR High in the fall, attended Mid-America Basketball Camp, a shooting camp, May 31-June 2 at Prairie View Middle School in Ogallala, Neb. Clinicians for the boys’ and girls’ camp included ba...
  • Drescher recognized as Volunteer of Year

    Sherri Drescher of Holyoke was honored recently as Volunteer of the Year for the Area Agency on Aging of Northeast Colorado. The honor was earned as the result of her 576 volunteer hours logged at the SunSet View Meet and Eat/Meals on Wheels program in Ho...
  • Burlap & Lace Marketplace to share Dandelion Daze Saturday

    Colorado is becoming known as a state that is “entrepreneurial by nature.” Many of these entrepreneurs have come to realize that the best way to share their wares is at vendor events like the Burlap & Lace Marketplace Saturday, June 20. Annually ...
  • HHS Class of 1960 enjoys 55-year reunion

    Members of the HHS Class of 1960 who gathered Friday, June 5, at the Colorado National Golf Club in Erie to celebrate their 55-year class reunion are pictured from left, front row, Judy Burchett Spelts of Lakewood, Carolyn Alberts Loughman of Wichita, Kan...
  • Colorado school funding fares poorly nationwide

    Northeast Colorado school districts’ financial statuses reviewed to highlight stress, successColorado’s funding for its K-12 schools fared poorly in two reports released this month. You won’t find many school superintendents in Colorado who would di...