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  • School mill levy override detailed as necessary, reasonable, accountable

    Necessary. Reasonable. Accountable. These are the three points emphasized by committees explaining the Holyoke School District Re-1J mill levy election question on the Nov. 2 ballot. Touting the importance of making sure accurate information is in the h...
  • Vacant city council seat remains open

    Advertising will continue for any interested parties for a vacant city council seat. The decision came when no candidate obtained a majority vote at the Sept. 7 council meeting. Linda Langelo and Frostteana Elmquist had both submitted their names for con...
  • Vacant city council seat remains open

    Advertising will continue for any interested parties for a vacant city council seat. The decision came when no candidate obtained a majority vote at the Sept. 7 council meeting. Linda Langelo and Frostteana Elmquist had both submitted their names for con...
  • Local CSAP details, progress analyzed

    A thorough review of 2010 Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) results from Holyoke students was presented by district assessment coordinator Kimberlee Bennett at the Sept. 7 school board meeting. Analysis of the data gives valuable teacher input f...
  • Local CSAP details, progress analyzed

    A thorough review of 2010 Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) results from Holyoke students was presented by district assessment coordinator Kimberlee Bennett at the Sept. 7 school board meeting. Analysis of the data gives valuable teacher input f...
  • Harlem Ambassadors to take over HHS gym Sat.

    Those who haven’t purchased tickets for the Harlem Ambassadors basketball game, don’t sweat. There is still time and tickets may also be purchased at the door the night of the event. The Ambassadors will invade Holyoke Saturday, Sept. 11 and face off...
  • Lady Dragons rout Chase Co. in opener

    It was a solid start for the HHS girls’ softball team when they traveled to Imperial, Neb. last Thursday, Sept. 2 for two wins in the varsity doubleheader. Not only did the Dragons earn victories in their season openers, they won them in style, taking ...
  • First annual mouse races are a big hit

    Fifteen mice were the main attraction at the first annual mouse races held Saturday, Sept. 4 at Phillips County Event Center. Numerous people turned out in support of the Holyoke wrestling club. Jack Garrison introduced himself as the new head wrestling c...
  • Drumroll Please

    Leavin’ on a jet plane It seems like I’ve done a lot of flying since I started college in Massachusetts. I mean, I’m no comparison to Tom Hanks’ character in "The Terminal," but it was a bit startling when I connected to DIA’s wifi and it said ...
  • To bean or not to bean?

    Combines run by Jim and Bill Tomky are going strong Friday, Sept. 3 on family farm ground in Chase County, Neb. Each year the Tomkys devote a portion of their land to growing dry edible beans.  —Enterprise photoA day in the life of...A bean farmerNo...
  • To bean or not to bean?

    Combines run by Jim and Bill Tomky are going strong Friday, Sept. 3 on family farm ground in Chase County, Neb. Each year the Tomkys devote a portion of their land to growing dry edible beans.  —Enterprise photoA day in the life of...A bean farmerNo...
  • Methodist pastor spends time traveling in Africa

    First United Methodist Church pastor Paul Sung recently spent 18 days traveling around parts of Africa ordaining ministers and spreading God’s word. “It was a wonderful experience,” Sung said. After flying into Johannesburg, South Africa Aug. 9, S...
  • Methodist pastor spends time traveling in Africa

    First United Methodist Church pastor Paul Sung recently spent 18 days traveling around parts of Africa ordaining ministers and spreading God’s word. “It was a wonderful experience,” Sung said. After flying into Johannesburg, South Africa Aug. 9, S...
  • County applies for GOCO grant

    Phillips County recently applied for a Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) grant to fund the Homesteaders Park renovation project, reported commissioners at their Tuesday, Aug. 31 meeting. Commissioners were approached by Brooke Dirks, Michelle Vieselmeyer an...
  • County applies for GOCO grant

    Phillips County recently applied for a Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) grant to fund the Homesteaders Park renovation project, reported commissioners at their Tuesday, Aug. 31 meeting. Commissioners were approached by Brooke Dirks, Michelle Vieselmeyer an...
  • El Dairy King opens doors

    The name will change a little as well as the menu, but the doors of Dairy King in Holyoke are open again. Now known as El Dairy King, Lizde Adriana Hernandez and family are busy learning the tricks of the restaurant trade. The doors opened Saturday, Aug....
  • El Dairy King opens doors

    The name will change a little as well as the menu, but the doors of Dairy King in Holyoke are open again. Now known as El Dairy King, Lizde Adriana Hernandez and family are busy learning the tricks of the restaurant trade. The doors opened Saturday, Aug....
  • Seven foreign exchange students new to Holyoke High

    After a drop in the hosting of foreign exchange students last year, Holyoke High School’s number of visiting students is up again this year to seven. Students from four different European countries have moved in with Holyoke host families and have been...
  • Softball team gears up for Thursday opener

    Returning letterwinners on the 2010 HHS girls’ softball team are pictured, from left, front row, Chandler Gerk, Jordan Zeiler, Karci Lockwood and Makenzie Ault; and back row, Marci Vasa, Laura Gerk, Macey Pierce and Ashley Campbell.  —Enterprise p...
  • Lady Dragons gear up for 2010 volleyball season

    Returning letterwinners to the 2010 Lady Dragon volleyball team are KrisAnna Ham, Mallory Bennett and Erin Lebsack.  —Enterprise photoAfter the last few weeks of conditioning and training, there’s no doubt the HHS Lady Dragon volleyball team is ba...