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  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Prim and properAs with everyone, I have a weakness, and my weakness is doughnuts. (Well, besides chocolate of course. Now chocolate doughnuts ... oh man, watch out!) A couple friends and I made a recent discovery. A doughnut is actually a diet food. You ...
  • Holyoke Enterprise Community Calendar

    Holyoke Enterprise January 17, 2013...
  • Food safety meeting set for Jan. 29

    Northeast Colorado Health Department is hosting an open discussion about food safety in this region Tuesday, Jan. 29 from 1-3 p.m., at NCHD’s district headquarters, located at 700 Columbine St. in Sterling. Members of the food service industry, as well...
  • Club report

    FCE Jolly Dozen Club FCE Jolly Dozen Club met Tuesday, Jan. 8 at 1 p.m. at First Christian Church. There were five members and one guest present. Donna Watson performed the installation program of the new officers for 2013, which included Joyce Harms, p...
  • Krueger takes first in District VOD speech

    Savanna Krueger of Holyoke claimed first-place honors in the VFW District IV Voice of Democracy speech contest. Krueger gave her speech at the district meeting in Akron last Sunday, Jan. 13. Her essay has been sent on and is now competing for top honors ...
  • Hickenlooper's address includes gun control and water conservation

    The 69th General Assembly is now open for the people’s business in Denver. The 120-day legislative session, which began Jan. 9, featured opening day speeches by House and Senate leaders. The session ends on May 8. Last Thursday, Jan. 10, lawmakers hear...
  • Vasa a Marine Corps boot camp graduate

    Pvt. Brent Vasa, age 19 of Holyoke, graduated from United States Marine Corps boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, Calif. on Dec. 14. Attending the graduation ceremony were parents Pat and Danette Vasa and sister Jacklyn Day and her husb...
  • Arnoldy joins Enterprise staff

    Kyle Arnoldy joined The Holyoke Enterprise staff this week, filling the reporting position previously held by Chris Lee. He’ll be covering a wide range of news for the Enterprise, including sports, City Council, hospital board, community events and mor...
  • Kleve among photo winners to showcase spirit of Colo. ag

    From wheat fields and cattle round-ups to farming families and ranch work, the winning pictures from the 15th annual “Colorado...It’s Agricultural” Photography Contest showcase the spirit of Colorado agriculture. “Photographers from across the st...
  • Irrigators, well owners invited

    A public meeting has been set for all irrigators and large capacity well owners. It will be held Tuesday, Jan. 22 from 4-5:30 p.m. at the WRAC, 7th and Main Street, in Wray. Dick Wolfe, state engineer, Colorado Division of Water Resources, and staff will...
  • Phillips County eligible for disaster designation due to drought conditions

    Last week, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack designated 597 counties in 14 states as primary natural disaster areas due to drought and heat, making all qualified farm operators in the areas eligible for low-interest emergency loans. These are the first di...
  • Kotch, Hermosillo place in Saturday tourney

    Dylan Kotch finished second at 220 lbs. and Jesus Hermosillo took third at 195 lbs. to lead the Dragon wrestlers to a 68-point finish in the Fort Collins Arnold Torgerson Invitational Wrestling Tournament Saturday, Jan. 5. Twelve Dragons wrestled in the ...
  • Dragons split in weekend play

    Dragon boys’ basketball players returned from holiday break to earn a tight-at-the-end 53-50 win over Chase County, Neb. Friday, Jan. 4. They turned around to suffer a 37-49 loss to Shining Mountain Saturday, Jan. 5. Both games were played on the Dragon...
  • Basketball girls grab two wins after long break

    Despite getting a couple weeks off for Christmas break, the Lady Dragons got back on track last weekend with two wins. On the HHS home court, they defeated Chase County, Neb. 29-21 Friday, Jan. 4 and Shining Mountain 60-24 Saturday, Jan. 5. Coach Arlan S...
  • Swimmers setting new personal bests

    HHS swim team members have been performing well, improving personal best records at every turn. The local girls swam in the Windsor Holiday Meet Saturday, Dec. 22 and competed in the Keith Wiedeman Invitational in Greeley. The local girls competed in a ...
  • Dragon Hoopsters establishing support system for B-ball

    Dragon Hoopsters is a new group that has formed in Holyoke as a basketball booster club. The nexus of the Hoopsters is a group of parents working to establish a support system for youth to have access to the resources needed to build and maintain a stron...
  • School Menu

    Jan. 14-18 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Jan. 14: French toast sticks or cereal with string cheese, fruit, milk. Tuesday, Jan. 15: Breakfast burrito or fruit muffin with graham cracker, fruit, milk, juice. Wednesday, Jan. 16: Sausage and cheese bagel o...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Score a touchdown with great appetizersI’ll admit it, I haven’t been much of a Denver Broncos fan this year with the absence of a certain eligible bachelor quarterback, but seeing as they are doing so well, I suppose I can root for them in the playoff...
  • Legislators hard at work on bills for rural Colorado

    While the 69th General Assembly didn’t officially start business until Wednesday, Jan. 9, the two legislators from northeastern Colorado are already hard at work on bills on water, agriculture and other issues affecting rural Colorado. This week’s se...
  • Greenwood named NECALG ex. director

    At the regular meeting of the NE Colorado Association of Local Governments on Dec. 21, the board approved the 2013 overall budget totaling $6,171,649, an increase of $382,480 over the approved 2012 budget. It was also moved to name HJ Greenwood as NECALG...