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  • It's the Pitts

    A dog named Six There is more than a slight possibility that this column will alienate, incriminate and exasperate two groups of folks with extremely thin skin: women and horse trainers. These are not normally people you’d want to irritate because the...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoDec. 29, 2005 Michaela Worley is selected to be on the Coast to Coast softball team. The team will travel to Sydney, Australia and Honolulu, Hawaii for games. Bob Statz retires from Holyoke Co-op after 30 years of service. An ordinance re...
  • 865 DUI suspects nabbed in Dec.

    It has not been a very merry holiday for 865 Colorado drivers who failed to heed the advice to plan ahead before holiday parties and were arrested for DUI. The arrests were made by the Colorado State Patrol and 59 law enforcement agencies during increased...
  • Be cautious with propane

    Heavy snow, extreme cold, sleet and ice and near-blinding blizzards may all be part of winter, but being unprepared for them shouldn’t be. If a home or business uses propane to generate heat or run appliances, there are a few simple steps from the Color...
  • CWAC/CAWG annual county meeting to be held Jan. 11

    Colorado wheat producers are invited to attend and participate in the annual county business meetings and elections jointly sponsored by the Colorado Wheat Administrative Committee (CWAC) and the Colorado Association of Wheat Growers (CAWG). The business...
  • School budget highlights and challenges are interpreted

    Using updated financial numbers, Holyoke School District Re-1J adopted its final budget for 2010-11 at the Tuesday, Dec. 21 board meeting. In the final budget, the board authorized the use of $144,028 of the ending fund balance. Supt. Bret Miles noted t...
  • School budget highlights and challenges are interpreted

    Using updated financial numbers, Holyoke School District Re-1J adopted its final budget for 2010-11 at the Tuesday, Dec. 21 board meeting. In the final budget, the board authorized the use of $144,028 of the ending fund balance. Supt. Bret Miles noted t...
  • Jessica Cumming takes oath

    Jessica Cumming became the newest member of Holyoke City Council after taking the oath during the Dec. 21 meeting. Cumming was appointed to the vacancy left after Ray Bailey died Friday, Oct. 22. City clerk/treasurer Kathy Olofson, pictured at left, adm...
  • Jessica Cumming takes oath

    Jessica Cumming became the newest member of Holyoke City Council after taking the oath during the Dec. 21 meeting. Cumming was appointed to the vacancy left after Ray Bailey died Friday, Oct. 22. City clerk/treasurer Kathy Olofson, pictured at left, adm...
  • 'Hats Off To You' promotion honors Holyoke businesses

    At the new year, The Holyoke Enterprise is both celebrating Holyoke’s seasoned businesses and applauding the latest additions in this year’s “Hats Off To You” promotion. See pages 10-11 inside the print edition of the newspaper for a salute to lo...
  • 'Hats Off To You' promotion honors Holyoke businesses

    At the new year, The Holyoke Enterprise is both celebrating Holyoke’s seasoned businesses and applauding the latest additions in this year’s “Hats Off To You” promotion. See pages 10-11 inside the print edition of the newspaper for a salute to lo...
  • Removal of Baldwin building changes downtown landscape

    A crew with Doug Sessions Construction of Wray began the demolition of the Baldwin building, located on West Denver Street, Tuesday, Dec. 21. Crews spent the next two days ripping down the buildings located just to the east and cleaning up the material. T...
  • Removal of Baldwin building changes downtown landscape

    A crew with Doug Sessions Construction of Wray began the demolition of the Baldwin building, located on West Denver Street, Tuesday, Dec. 21. Crews spent the next two days ripping down the buildings located just to the east and cleaning up the material. T...
  • Community helps Regent Park residents get in the Christmas mood

    Regent Park Nursing Home and Carriage House were buzzing with activity earlier this week as residents prepared for the Christmas holiday. Santa and his “elves” stopped by Sunday afternoon, Dec. 19 to present residents with an early gift. Staff, custom...
  • Holiday services planned for area

    Churches in Holyoke and the surrounding area will celebrate the holiday season with special services. First Christian Church will have a Christmas Eve candlelight service at 5 p.m. St. Patrick Catholic Church is having Christmas Eve carols at 11 p.m. an...
  • Songs of the season ring loud and clear at Winter Band Concert

    On a clear, wintry night, Holyoke band students shared the songs and sounds of Christmas, as well as other music in their Winter Band Concert Monday, Dec. 13. This was Stuart Potter’s debut as director of the local bands, and the first stage-time for t...
  • HHS boys fall to Brush, crush Sedgwick County

    Not wanting to head into a two-week break on a losing skid, the Holyoke boys’ basketball team was given two opportunities to secure a second, and possibly third win before Christmas. The Dragons traveled to Brush Friday, Dec. 17 and Sedgwick County Sat...
  • Girls come up short against Brush, Sedgwick County

    Last Friday and Saturday’s basketball games proved to be tough for the Lady Dragons. They suffered two losses to Brush 37-69 and Sedgwick County 41-70. “This was a tough pair of games with tough outcomes for our team,” said coach Arlan Scholl. “T...
  • HJHS claims LPAA title

    Holyoke junior high boys’ basketball A team captured the LPAA league title with a 22-20 victory over Akron Tuesday, Dec. 14 in Holyoke. Coach Jim Yakel said it wasn’t pretty but they got the job done. The Dragons built a 10-4 lead after the opening ...
  • Dittmer 6th in big 55-team wrestling tourney

    In a 55-team Old Chicago Northern Colorado Christmas Tournament (NCCT), eight HHS wrestlers earned 54 points and gained good experience. Dec. 17-18, the Dragons competed with 54 other wrestling squads, mostly from 4A and 5A schools, at the University of ...