Weather Forecast

Find more about Weather in Holyoke, CO
Click for weather forecast
Archives

Filter 

  • Emerald Award winners recognized in program

    Nancy Kennedy, Lynn Schneider and Nancy Pillard were the inaugural winners of the 2010 Emerald Awards. Kennedy won Innovator of the Year, Schneider took home the Leader Among Us Award and Pillard was named the Heart Award winner. The three were recognized...
  • Emerald Award winners recognized in program

    Nancy Kennedy, Lynn Schneider and Nancy Pillard were the inaugural winners of the 2010 Emerald Awards. Kennedy won Innovator of the Year, Schneider took home the Leader Among Us Award and Pillard was named the Heart Award winner. The three were recognized...
  • High winds turn into first major rain of 2010

    Corn stalks found a new home in the fence south of the elementary school playground after 50-60 m.p.h. winds blew for most of the day Tuesday, April 13. The wind died down and 3/4 inches of rain fell with some hail. Streets were overwhelmed with water for...
  • High winds turn into first major rain of 2010

    Corn stalks found a new home in the fence south of the elementary school playground after 50-60 m.p.h. winds blew for most of the day Tuesday, April 13. The wind died down and 3/4 inches of rain fell with some hail. Streets were overwhelmed with water for...
  • All-State basketballers recognized

    Kyle Carper, John Baumgartner named Player/Coach of the YearHHS senior forward Kyle Carper was recognized as Colorado 2A Player of the Year in the Sunday, April 11 Denver Post. Other members of the HHS 2009-10 Dragon boys’ basketball team, as well as t...
  • Wrestlers named to 'Post' All-State list

    HHS Dragon wrestlers fared well in the Denver Post All-State wrestling selections. All five wrestlers who qualified for state in February placed in the top four, and all were mentioned in the All-State selections. Named to the 2A first team were state ch...
  • City Code Chatter — Keep a close eye on Fido

    Spring is here and as everyone begins to enjoy being outdoors working in yards and walking dogs, it is important the community remember about a municipal ordinance. The ordinance dealing with dogs requires all dogs harbored within the city limits to be v...
  • Democrats meet in Phillips County Assembly April 6

    Eager and committed supporters of both Andrew Romanoff and Michael Bennet came early to the County Democratic Assembly April 6 to register their preference vote. Delegates and alternates elected at the earlier party caucus were advised the chief task of t...
  • PC Telcom reports busy and eventful year

    A busy 2009 was remembered and 2010 was looked at during the annual PCTelcom meeting held Thursday, April 8 at HHS. A bylaw amendment was passed. It allows board directors to sit for four consecutive three-year terms instead of three consecutive three-ye...
  • 2010 Emerald Awards to recognize dedication, excellence in education

    Lynn Schneider, Nancy Kennedy and Nancy Pillard will be recognized as Emerald Award winners in Holyoke School District’s first annual program. Scheduled for Friday, April 16 at 7 p.m. in the HHS auditorium, the program will honor the three staff member...
  • 2010 Emerald Awards to recognize dedication, excellence in education

    Lynn Schneider, Nancy Kennedy and Nancy Pillard will be recognized as Emerald Award winners in Holyoke School District’s first annual program. Scheduled for Friday, April 16 at 7 p.m. in the HHS auditorium, the program will honor the three staff member...
  • Handbook changes proposed for JR/SR high athletics/activities

    Handbook changes for athletics/activities have gone through extensive committee discussion this year. Proposed changes for the handbook were presented by JR/SR High Principal Susan Ortner at the April 6 school board meeting. One of the biggest proposed c...
  • Handbook changes proposed for JR/SR high athletics/activities

    Handbook changes for athletics/activities have gone through extensive committee discussion this year. Proposed changes for the handbook were presented by JR/SR High Principal Susan Ortner at the April 6 school board meeting. One of the biggest proposed c...
  • Hundreds come together to celebrate 100th anniversary

    Hundreds of people gathered at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Amherst throughout the day Sunday, April 11 to celebrate the church’s 100th anniversary. On a bright and sunny day, nearly 340 attended the morning service and just over 300 made the aftern...
  • Hundreds come together to celebrate 100th anniversary

    Hundreds of people gathered at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Amherst throughout the day Sunday, April 11 to celebrate the church’s 100th anniversary. On a bright and sunny day, nearly 340 attended the morning service and just over 300 made the aftern...
  • Attendance policy, calendar reviewed

    A school calendar for 2010-11 was adopted, and first reading of a new attendance policy was approved at the April 6 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. Next year’s school calendar includes 173 student-teacher contact days. As a...
  • Attendance policy, calendar reviewed

    A school calendar for 2010-11 was adopted, and first reading of a new attendance policy was approved at the April 6 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. Next year’s school calendar includes 173 student-teacher contact days. As a...
  • Holyoke blows by Merino in Saturday doubleheader

    Austin Killin slides safely into second base during the Dragons first game against Merino Saturday, April 3. Killin finished three for four from the plate with one run and one RBI in the first game.  —Enterprise photoFor complete Dragon sports cover...
  • HHS track faces tough competition at Ogallala

    HHS trackster Alex Quintana competes in the 300 meter hurdles at last week's track meet in Ogallala, Neb.—Enterprise photoFor complete Dragon sports coverage, pick up a copy of this week's Enterprise or see our online E-edition....
  • Energy efficiency promoted; legislative contact encouraged

    Energy efficiency, as well as affordable electricity, were targeted as significant during the 72nd annual meeting of Highline Electric Association (HEA) Monday, April 5. Members were treated to a taste of new technology when “clickers” were handed ou...