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  • Moisture is appreciated in any form

    After most of the snow had melted, Martin Luther King Jr. Day was greeted with a little rainfall Monday afternoon, Jan. 17. Temperatures on the local banks reached 50 degrees which was nearly a complete flip-flop of the week prior when temperatures fell w...
  • Moisture is appreciated in any form

    After most of the snow had melted, Martin Luther King Jr. Day was greeted with a little rainfall Monday afternoon, Jan. 17. Temperatures on the local banks reached 50 degrees which was nearly a complete flip-flop of the week prior when temperatures fell w...
  • Kramer shares passion for math, music with local youth

    As a parent, Maury Kramer has had his share of kids around the house, but even with his own children out of high school, he continues to touch the lives of youth in the Holyoke community. In 2003 Kramer returned to his alma mater to work with the HHS se...
  • Peace and faith in God a 'no-brainer' for Holtzman

    The only evidence that anything out of the ordinary happened in the last few months is the four to five inch scar on the back of his head. “But I’m OK with it because it makes me seem more dangerous.” With a good sense of humor and an easy-going at...
  • Pep band blows crowd away

    Numerous people turned out to participate in the community pep band during basketball games with Chase County Friday, Jan. 7. HHS alumni and anyone who wanted could play in the pep band. Karla Pargas and Pat Wiebers (above) made up the clarinet section wh...
  • Swimmers top Northridge

    Pam McWilliams swims her way to a 3rd-place finish in the 400 freestyle at the Sterling-Northridge dual Thursday, Jan. 6. She also took 2nd in the 200 free event.     —Enterprise photoHHS swimmers contributed well to Sterling High Sc...
  • Dragons land one win, one overtime loss last weekend

    Taking off time for Christmas break didn’t hinder Dragon basketball last weekend as the girls’ varsity team was back in action with two great games. Friday, Jan. 7 was a heartbreaking one-point loss in overtime competition against Chase County, Neb. T...
  • Boys split weekend games

    Conditioning was something boys’ basketball coach Scott Dille said he was concerned about as the Dragons hit the court after Christmas break. Holyoke managed to capture a win over Chase County, Neb. Friday, Jan. 7 but came up short at Wiggins the follow...
  • Mark Edmonds second at Fort Collins Invitational

    Mark Edmonds wrestled his way through the 125-lb. bracket to a second-place finish at the Fort Collins Invitational Saturday, Jan. 8. The Dragon team was missing three wrestlers, as Parker Redfern was out with an injury and Skyler Dittmer and Broc Pelle ...
  • Dragons compete in league wrestling dual tournament

    Nine HHS wrestlers competed in the LPAA League tournament at Merino Friday, Jan. 7. They were without Parker Redfern, who was injured in practice the night before. Set up as a dual tournament, the league outing gave the opportunity for important mat tim...
  • JV girls lose in overtime

    Coming off the long Christmas break, HHS girls’ JV basketball had a heartbreaking loss to Chase County, Neb. in overtime last Friday, Jan. 7. Traveling to Wiggins the next day, the Lady Dragons played well for a big win over the Tigers.   Holyoke...
  • C girls win

    Holyoke C team girls came away with a close one-point win over Chase County, Neb. Friday, Jan. 7. Final score was 14-13 with the Dragons coming out on top. Leading Dragon scoring was Tia Huffman with five points followed by Audi Peña four, Zuri Lopez th...
  • JV boys 1-1 in games

    HHS boys’ basketball team came off the Christmas break with a loss, 40-45, to Chase County, Neb. Friday, Jan. 7 and a win, 60-54, over Wiggins Saturday, Jan. 8.   Holyoke 40, Chase Co. 45 The Longhorns visited Holyoke Friday and handed the home ...
  • C boys lose 1, win 1

    The Holyoke C boys’ basketball team hosted Chase County, Neb. Friday, Jan. 7 and traveled to Wiggins Saturday, Jan. 8. The Longhorns handed the Dragons a 31-44 loss. Holyoke turned around and answered the loss with a 35-22 win over Wiggins. In the los...
  • Area boys share their stories of living with rare syndrome

    There’s more to the saying, “health and happiness in the coming year,” than many people realize. If only it were that simple. For two area families, good health would be gift enough for Christmas. Having a normal, healthy child to celebrate the hol...
  • Lutzes celebrate 64th

    Nearly the entire family of Les and Genevieve Lutze will gather this month in Holyoke to celebrate the couple’s 64th wedding anniversary. In 1923, Leslie James Lutze was born on the Lutze homestead in Pleasant Valley, east of Holyoke. And in 1928, Gene...
  • Jack Frost blows through area

    Nearly a week after Holyoke and the surrounding area received its first major snowfall of the winter, another storm rolled through dumping more of the white stuff. Snow began to fall late Saturday night and continued throughout the day Sunday. A total of ...
  • Susan Roll Walters honored for service to Phillips County

    Phillips County District 1 Commissioner Susan Roll Walters was honored at a retirement reception at the Phillips County Event Center Monday, Jan. 10. Serving the county as commissioner since 2003, Roll Walters said she is simply excited to be able to spen...
  • Teams needed for Extension's 'A Healthier Weigh' challenge

    For those who made New Year’s resolutions to lose weight or improve health, there is help to follow through. The 2011 “A Healthier Weigh” program, sponsored by Colorado State University Extension, begins Monday, Jan. 24. This 12-week challenge enco...
  • School Board meeting postponed to Jan. 20

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education has postponed its Jan. 18 meeting to Thursday, Jan. 20 at 7 p.m. in Holyoke Junior High Room #218. The superintendent’s report will include a crisis response plan report by Kimberly Young; budget timelin...