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  • Stroke now fourth leading cause of death according to the CDC

    A new report, “Deaths: Preliminary Data for 2008,” released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), says that for the first time in 50 years, stroke has fallen from the third to the fourth leading cause of death. “While these resul...
  • Beware of common senior scams

    Fraud targeting senior citizens is a growing concern, as millions have fallen victim nationwide. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is encouraging families to recognize and avoid some common cons targeting seniors. Roughly 20 percent of Americans aged 65 o...
  • Heavy frost covers trees

    After receiving another small round of snow, Holyoke welcomed the sight of frosty trees Thursday, Jan. 20. Trees and shrubs around town painted the town white and made for some pretty scenes.  —Enterprise photos...
  • Heavy frost covers trees

    After receiving another small round of snow, Holyoke welcomed the sight of frosty trees Thursday, Jan. 20. Trees and shrubs around town painted the town white and made for some pretty scenes.  —Enterprise photos...
  • School calendar policy up for review

    Because Holyoke School District’s school calendar policy has been waived repeatedly in past years, the school board has discussed a new policy. Details for the policy revision were reviewed at the Jan. 20 board meeting, and the policy will be up for ap...
  • School calendar policy up for review

    Because Holyoke School District’s school calendar policy has been waived repeatedly in past years, the school board has discussed a new policy. Details for the policy revision were reviewed at the Jan. 20 board meeting, and the policy will be up for ap...
  • Council would like more options for P.D. vehicle

    Council members would like to see a couple more options before deciding upon purchasing a vehicle for Holyoke Police Department. Police Chief Phil Biersdorfer presented council members at their Jan. 18 meeting with a used 2006 Ford Explorer with 28,000 m...
  • Council would like more options for P.D. vehicle

    Council members would like to see a couple more options before deciding upon purchasing a vehicle for Holyoke Police Department. Police Chief Phil Biersdorfer presented council members at their Jan. 18 meeting with a used 2006 Ford Explorer with 28,000 m...
  • Crisis response plan prepared for school

    With good involvement from the community, a crisis response plan has been prepared for Holyoke School District Re-1J. Crisis Management Coordinator Kim Young reviewed the plan at the Jan. 20 Board of Education meeting. On the outside of the plan booklet...
  • Crisis response plan prepared for school

    With good involvement from the community, a crisis response plan has been prepared for Holyoke School District Re-1J. Crisis Management Coordinator Kim Young reviewed the plan at the Jan. 20 Board of Education meeting. On the outside of the plan booklet...
  • 180 Tour rocks a stop in Holyoke

    Youth from Holyoke and surrounding communities packed the auditorium at Holyoke High School Wednesday, Jan. 12 to listen to the music of VOTA (above) and Amy Schmidt. Featured speaker Mike Smith spoke to the crowd about poor decisions he made in high scho...
  • Region One converting analog channels to digital

    Region One Translator Association maintains the UHF translator system in Yuma, Phillips and Sedgwick counties. Power Up Electrical, which maintains the system towers, is currently working to convert most analog channels to digital. Power Up Electrical re...
  • Heermann 2nd in VOD competition

    HHS senior Sarah Heermann was recently awarded second place in the VFW’s district Voice of Democracy speech contest. After earning first-place honors at the local level in November, Heermann’s speech was recorded and sent on for district judging. Her...
  • Students attend honor choir

    Pictured from left, Natasha Peregoy, Camille Elliott, Alexis Lenhart and Jessica Pell were the Holyoke High School choir members selected for this year’s honor choir. Monday, Jan. 17, students from area high schools gathered in Haxtun for the event. Und...
  • Dittmer earns OW honors at Chase Co. Invite

    Skyler Dittmer gets the hard-earned victory hand after an exciting two-point match in the 135 lb. championship Saturday. Wrestling in a tough bracket and showing confidence in his come-from-behind win in the championship earned Dittmer Outstanding Wre...
  • Boys crush Merino, fall to Wray

    Eleven Holyoke players found the bottom of the net Friday, Jan. 14 in Merino as the Dragons rolled over the Rams 75-36. The following night, Holyoke hosted Wray who handed the Dragons a 55-76 loss. After the win and loss, Holyoke holds a 4-5 record. The...
  • JV boys split weekend games

    HHS boys’ basketball team had a great outing against Merino Friday, Jan. 14 winning 43-15. The following night, two points separated the Dragons and the Wray Eagles as Holyoke fell in a close 44-46 game.   Holyoke 43, Merino 15 The Dragons trave...
  • C boys win

    The Holyoke C boys’ basketball team traveled to Merino Friday, Jan. 14 and hosted Wray Saturday, Jan. 15. The Dragons picked up wins against each opponent.   Holyoke C 40, Merino 27 The Dragons handed the Rams a 40-27 loss after jumping ahead ea...
  • Lady Dragon basketball loses to Merino, Wray teams

    Despite two losses to Merino and Wray Friday and Saturday, Jan. 14-15, HHS girls’ basketball team is keeping a positive outlook on the season. “I was very pleased with the effort and hustle our teams gave this past weekend,” said coach Arlan Scholl...
  • JV girls split games

    In weekend basketball action, Holyoke jayvee girls landed a close two-point win in Merino Friday, Jan. 14 but were defeated by Wray at home Saturday, Jan. 15.   Holyoke JV 27, Merino 25 HHS started off strong in first-quarter action Friday, ending...