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  • '1 a Minute' live at the Peerless

    A second Fathom Event will be held at the Peerless Theatre in Holyoke Wednesday, Oct. 6. “1 a Minute live Supporting Susan G. Komen for the Cure” will be shown as part of the newly incorporated Fathom Events at the Peerless Theatre. Doors open at 5 p...
  • Benefit dinner and auction planned for Enterline Oct. 2

    Life is now getting back to normal for cancer survivor Phil Enterline and his wife Misty after Phil’s short fight with testicular cancer.Even though Phil is feeling much better, he and Misty still deal with the financial strain caused by the cancer trea...
  • David Churchwell appointed to City Council

    David Churchwell emerged as the newest member of Holyoke City Council after being appointed to the vacant seat at the Tuesday, Sept. 21 council meeting. Six candidates presented themselves to the council Tuesday night before the vote. Joining Churchwell ...
  • David Churchwell appointed to City Council

    David Churchwell emerged as the newest member of Holyoke City Council after being appointed to the vacant seat at the Tuesday, Sept. 21 council meeting. Six candidates presented themselves to the council Tuesday night before the vote. Joining Churchwell ...
  • Beet harvest underway in area

    Holyoke has seen an influx of sugar beet trucks traveling in and out of town as early beet harvest has the pile north of town growing by the day. Trucks have been busy hauling beets away to different Western Sugar locations.  —Enterprise photo...
  • Beet harvest underway in area

    Holyoke has seen an influx of sugar beet trucks traveling in and out of town as early beet harvest has the pile north of town growing by the day. Trucks have been busy hauling beets away to different Western Sugar locations.  —Enterprise photo...
  • Holyoke School District opposes Amendments 60, 61, Proposition 101

    Opposition to Amendment 60, Amendment 61 and Proposition 101 on the Colorado ballot Nov. 2 was voiced by Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education at its Sept. 21 meeting. Board members approved a resolution opposing the three ballot measures. The...
  • Holyoke School District opposes Amendments 60, 61, Proposition 101

    Opposition to Amendment 60, Amendment 61 and Proposition 101 on the Colorado ballot Nov. 2 was voiced by Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education at its Sept. 21 meeting. Board members approved a resolution opposing the three ballot measures. The...
  • Lady Dragons sweep Akron in Saturday action

    Lady Dragon softball had a fine weekend of action, making a clean sweep at Akron with two varsity and one JV victory Saturday, Sept. 18. Holyoke earned 17-4 and 10-5 wins in the varsity doubleheader, and the junior varsity won a 12-8 ball game. “As a ...
  • Strong HHS kills not enough for win

    Facing Chase County in Imperial, Neb. Tuesday, Sept. 14, the Lady Dragon volleyball team took the Longhorns to four games but could not find the win. HHS started out strong and won the first game 25-19 but then lost the next three 12-25, 17-25 and 20-25....
  • Dragons come up short in first home game

    For the second week in a row, the Holyoke Dragons fell behind quickly but fought hard to win the second half of play. Unfortunately, the margin to make up was too much as the Dragons opened up home field play with a 16-36 loss to St. Francis, Kan. Friday,...
  • Bean harvest is almost finished

    Weather has permitted area bean farmers to get their crops out of the fields and to the elevator in recent weeks. Darrel Krieg of Grainland Coop said Monday, Sept. 20, weather permitting, harvest would wrap up very soon. Krieg noted the quality of the 2...
  • Heermann competes at Colorado State Fair

    Sarah Heermann, a senior at Holyoke High School, fared well in horse competition at the Colorado State Fair Aug. 27-29 in Pueblo. Her efforts found her winning reserve champion in western division, third in gymkhana division, fourth in working ranch hors...
  • Drumroll Please

    Camp Amherst “Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed” is one of those clichéd expressions I never much stopped to think about. This week, however, the phrase has often been on my mind. Perhaps it’s because I’ve returned to a college campus, and everyone k...
  • Another Perspective

    Get-away confirms boost that women can give women More than once, I’ve taken interest in messages stressing that women need other women. Male companions and children step in to play important key roles but it’s never a favor to shut out women connect...
  • CO awarded $100 million grant for rural broadband services

    Members of Colorado’s congressional delegation joined U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke in announcing more than $100 million in grant funding for the Longmont-based Centennial Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) through the American Recov...
  • Every 15 Minutes: HHS students learn about dangers of drinking and driving the hard way

    The blood on the street was fake, the screaming girl was just acting, the sirens were a drill, the Grim Reaper was pretend, and the obituary was only a script. But the emotions—the emotions were real. Every 15 minutes a person in the United States die...
  • Every 15 Minutes: HHS students learn about dangers of drinking and driving the hard way

    The blood on the street was fake, the screaming girl was just acting, the sirens were a drill, the Grim Reaper was pretend, and the obituary was only a script. But the emotions—the emotions were real. Every 15 minutes a person in the United States die...
  • McCallums hoping to improve son's way of life with a trip to Germany

    It began with an article found in a Kansas newspaper in August. Now, members of the Gary and Andrea McCallum family are hoping to be in Düsseldorf, Germany in a little more than four months to help their son Blye undergo a stem cell treatment. “My hus...
  • McCallums hoping to improve son's way of life with a trip to Germany

    It began with an article found in a Kansas newspaper in August. Now, members of the Gary and Andrea McCallum family are hoping to be in Düsseldorf, Germany in a little more than four months to help their son Blye undergo a stem cell treatment. “My hus...