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  • Another Perspective

    Jesus Christ was born . . .Go tell it on the mountainOver the hills and everywhereGo tell it on the mountainThat Jesus Christ is born.    I don’t know that I’ll sing that familiar carol again without picturing the adorable angels, donkeys and sheep...
  • Health is not a condition of matter, but of mind

    Start the New Year Out Right!    Get up and out of that seat—go exercise! Before the New Year becomes not so new and the resolutions begin to fade into forgetfulness, hopefully learning a bit about exercise and its benefits for your body might help t...
  • Governor Ritter vows swift replacement for Salazar

            (AP)—Colorado Democrats are scrambling at the prospect of a Senate vacancy to be filled in coming weeks by Gov. Bill Ritter, even though the governor has not revealed how he plans to replace Sen. Ken Salazar, who is leaving to become Inter...
  • NJC names Honor Roll students

      Northeastern Junior College in Sterling recently announced the Fall 2008 Honor Roll, which featured several Holyoke students.  Making the President’s List with 4.0 grade point averages are Cindyl Garcia and Megan Hensley.   Earning Dean’s L...
  • 3,000 pounds of food packed at local pantry

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  • Family time emphasized at Regent Park Christmas gathering

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  • Christmas week temps start with 17º high, -7º low Sunday, Dec. 21

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  • Holiday vacation kicks off with snowy fun on the hills

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  • Eight foreign exchange students reflect on life in the United States

     Holyoke is proud to host eight foreign exchange students from all over the globe. These high school students have called Holyoke home since the beginning of the school year and will finish out remainder of the school term in the U.S.  Holyoke is host...
  • Dragons overtake Rams in fourth-quarter showdown

        Winning at home in a close match-up with Akron on Tuesday, Dec. 16, Holyoke boys’ basketball team earned its fourth straight victory in a row.    The Dragons were off to a great start in the first quarter, hitting three shots from behind the a...
  • Lighting contest winners named

        Christmas lights add a radiant glow to the town this time of year. Winners in the annual lighting contest sponsored by the City of Holyoke, Holyoke Chamber of Commerce and The Holyoke Enterprise each received $35. Winners in the decorative con...
  • Lighting contest winners named

    Christmas lights add a radiant glow to the town this time of year.  Winners in the annual lighting contest sponsored by the City of Holyoke, Holyoke Chamber of Commerce and The Holyoke Enterprise each received $35. Winners in the decorative contest we...
  • City utility fees escalate

        Residents of Holyoke can expect to see their utility bills go up in 2009, thanks to new resolutions establishing higher rate fees for electric, water and sewer usage.    Holyoke City Council held a public hearing for the resolution establishing ...
  • School bands fill the air with Sounds of Christmas

        With outside temperatures hovering near the 0-degree mark, Holyoke school bands warmed the hearts of concert-goers at the Monday, Dec. 15 Sounds of Christmas performance.    From the brand-new fifth grade students who have just learned their ins...
  • Holyoke school choirs present 'A Gift of Song' at winter concert

        Inspiring audience members to get into the Christmas spirit was the mission of Marcia Dalton and her high school, junior high and select choirs at their Winter Choir Concert Thursday night, Dec. 11.        Jordan Zeiler and Whitni Redman open...
  • Dragons win Holyoke tourney with five champions

        Holyoke wrestlers scored 161.5 points to win the Larry Stroh Memorial Tournament here Saturday, Dec. 13. The Dragons scored 21 more points than second-place Greeley Central.    HHS points were led by individual champions Mark Edmonds at 103 lbs....
  • HES exceeds Penny Harvest goals

        Every school that participates in the Penny Harvest Philanthropic Foundation fund raiser is given a goal to collect $1,250, or 25 bags or 750 pounds of pennies.    Despite being the smallest school to participate this year, Holyoke Elementary Sc...
  • Marie Schlachter honored on Tree of Lights

        Marie Schlachter and her family made the annual Hospice of the Plains Tree of Lights ceremony extra special Monday night just prior to the HHS band concert.    Lit up with beautiful angel ornaments, the Tree of Lights was the focus as Marie’s ...
  • Marie Schlachter honored on Tree of Lights

        Marie Schlachter and her family made the annual Hospice of the Plains Tree of Lights ceremony extra special Monday night just prior to the HHS band concert.    Lit up with beautiful angel ornaments, the Tree of Lights was the focus as Marie’s ...
  • Marie Schlachter honored on Tree of Lights

        Marie Schlachter and her family made the annual Hospice of the Plains Tree of Lights ceremony extra special Monday night just prior to the HHS band concert.    Lit up with beautiful angel ornaments, the Tree of Lights was the focus as Marie’s ...