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  • Drought affects pheasant hunting

    Everything has been affected by this year’s drought conditions and high temperatures, including the wildlife species that call northeast Colorado home. Many of the species are able to deal with short periods of dry conditions and hot temperatures, but a...
  • Comedy takes HHS stage

    Prepare to laugh out loud as Holyoke High School Drama Department takes the stage this weekend for “Just Another High School Play.” Directed by Eric Conklin, the annual fall play is Friday, Nov. 16 and Saturday, Nov. 17 at 8 p.m. both nights in the H...
  • Re-1J Foundation supports academics, wellness, technology

    Status of current projects supported by the Re-1J Education Foundation were discussed by the Foundation board and Holyoke School Board just prior to the Nov. 6 school board meeting. Currently, the Foundation’s academic fund is focused on the JR/SR high...
  • The end of an era: Holyoke bowling

    Since the sport first rolled into town in July 1959, bowling has been a historic and memorable pastime for many in Holyoke. “It was a booming business,” said Don Hewitt, the first manager of Holyoke Bowling Lanes at 219 S. Campbell Ave. With dozens o...
  • Voice of Democracy winners present on Vets Day

    “Expiration Date” By Matt Wilcox Turn back time about 225 years; scarcely more than a decade removed from the Yorktown victory, the infant United States of America forges a document to clad our liberties in high carbon steel. The words “We the Peop...
  • Forget the turkey and gobble up some pumpkin

    It’s starting to feel more like winter. The weather is getting cooler, I’m wearing my flannel PJs, hot chocolate is in full supply, and the Hallmark Channel is showing plenty of cheesy Christmas movies. I must admit I got a little giddy the other day...
  • Wray edges Holyoke for quarterfinal victory

    It was a rainy and chilly day in Holyoke as the town prepared for a quarterfinal Class 1A playoff football game Saturday, Nov. 10. Smoke filled the air from grills and burning trash barrels as fans gathered hours before the game for some tailgating fun. ...
  • Dragon tailgaters believe in HHS football

    The “We believe in the HHS Dragon football team” theme was extended to tailgating activities in the HHS parking lot starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, prior to the 1 p.m. 1A quarterfinal football game with Wray. Community members enjoyed booths s...
  • Town embraces Dragons during ‘We Believe’ football rally

    It was cold and a bit breezy but a large group of people braved the cold to show their support for the Holyoke High School football team Friday night, Nov. 9 on the front lawn of coach John Zilla’s home. Organized by football parents, the rally was atte...
  • Veteran appreciates recognition

    I want to show appreciation to the Enterprise and ad sponsors who were responsible for the recognition of those who have, and are, serving in the military for our country. I read every word of it and it is surprising what we learn about people we have kno...
  • An ongoing task

    Recently letters have been submitted to the editor of this newspaper questioning decisions made by the Republican River Water Conservation District. Like political attack ads, these letters do not tell the whole story. This is nothing new to the district...
  • It's the Pitts

    Shoot and release I’m always thinking up great ways to make money, but I’m too busy making a living to get rich. But my latest idea is so good I simply must share it with you. I admit that a lot of my friends are hunters, and if that makes my light ...
  • The Senior Snippet

    Residents have the right to receive notice before the room or roommate of the resident is changed. The facility should be sensitive to the trauma a move or change of roommate causes some residents, and should attempt to be as accommodating as possible. T...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoNov. 15, 2007 The Bonfils-Stanton Foundation recently announced a grant of $50,000 to support the construction of the Phillips County Event Center. The HHS drama department will be performing two melodramas this weekend, Tied to the Tracks...
  • Bill Spindler sells last board; Spindler Lumber becomes Holyoke Building Center

    Bill Spindler has sold his last board as owner of Spindler Lumber in Holyoke. The longtime owner sold the business Nov. 1 to Tom Wirges of Holyoke. Wirges has taken over and Spindler has agreed to stay on to the end of the year as a consultant. “It’...
  • School Board to meet next Tuesday, Nov. 20

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. in HJHS Room #218. The superintendent’s report will include final pupil count and demographic report and fall sports report from the athletic director. Action items ...
  • Four attend National FFA Convention and Expo

    The 2012 National FFA Convention and Expo was held Oct. 24-27 in Indianapolis, Ind. Holyoke FFA members Kody Timm, Stefani Razo, Josilyn Lutze and Austin Vieselmeyer, along with chapter advisor Guy Kuntz, took the opportunity to go to the prestigious eve...
  • Playas landowner workshop Nov. 27 at local Event Center

    Low lying areas in fields that periodically fill with water after rainstorms and create farming challenges are often locally referred to as lagoons or buffalo wallows. These shallow water areas can be difficult to farm, are never dry when the rest of the ...
  • Drought workshop in Wray

    Yuma County Conservation District and the NRCS is sponsoring a drought workshop Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 11-12 in Wray. Whether one owns rangeland and cattle, or are a landlord who leases range, or are the one with the cows leasing the range, this wor...
  • School menu

    Nov. 19-23 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Nov. 19: Breakfast burrito or bagel with toppings, chilled fruit, milk. Tuesday, Nov. 20: Ham and cheese muffin or cereal with yogurt, chilled fruit, milk, juice. Wednesday, Nov. 21-Friday, Nov. 23: No school. ...