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Dragon Joe Beckner awaits the snap in football action with Wiggins last fall. He has been selected as a candidate for the 2020 Scholar-Athlete All State Football Team by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Colorado Chapter. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications file photo

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Freshman Tayla Martin shows strength in the 100-yard butterfly event at the Eaton dual Friday, Feb. 19. She not only finished first in the butterfly but also won the 100-yard backstroke. — Michelle Van Overbeke

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The Colorado Corn Administrative Committee, Kum & Go and the American Lung Association are urging consumers to “Look for the Blue Hose” when in the Colorado Springs area and fill up using E15.

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Northeast Colorado Health Department RN Kandi Jamison, at left, gives Clyde Einspahr his second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at NCHD in Holyoke on Tuesday, Feb. 16.

It’s no secret that the recent cold spell has been causing some difficulties, and City Superintendent Mark Brown summed it up succinctly at the Feb. 16 Holyoke City Council meeting.

Last week Melissa Memorial Hospital applied for a second round of funds from the Paycheck Protection Program, and the East Phillips County Hospital District Board of Directors gave their approval a

Sports

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Dragon Joe Beckner awaits the snap in football action with Wiggins last fall. He has been selected as a candidate for the 2020 Scholar-Athlete All State Football Team by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Colorado Chapter. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications file photo

Holyoke student-athlete Joe Beckner has the prestigious honor of being selected as a candidate for the 2020 Scholar-Athlete All State Football Team.

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HHS junior Correy Koellner, at left, scrambles for the loose ball during Friday night’s game against Sedgwick County. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

The Lady Dragon basketball team sailed through last week with two more conference wins and two more W’s on their 10-0 season record.

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Freshman Tayla Martin shows strength in the 100-yard butterfly event at the Eaton dual Friday, Feb. 19. She not only finished first in the butterfly but also won the 100-yard backstroke. — Michelle Van Overbeke

With dual action the norm for this year’s girls swim season, Holyoke chalked up two more experiences last week.

Ag & Business

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Monday, Feb. 22, marked the start of FFA week, and Holyoke High School students participated in Dress Like a Farmer and Drive Your Tractor to School Day.

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The Colorado Corn Administrative Committee, Kum & Go and the American Lung Association are urging consumers to “Look for the Blue Hose” when in the Colorado Springs area and fill up using E15.

Nick Colglazier is no stranger to agriculture.

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Steve Tucker, at right, shows Kristy Lewis of Quinn Snacks large bags of white sorghum he produced using regenerative farming methods.

For the past 10 or so years, local farmer Steve Tucker has been focused on practicing regenerative agriculture, which aims to improve soil health and make farming better for the future.

School

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In a Feb. 17 ceremony in the old gym, 14 HHS students were admitted to National Honor Society.

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The kindergartners at Holyoke Elementary have aged a bit since the first day of school last fall! Students celebrated the 100th day of school Friday, Feb.

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Ethan Andersen and Sebastien Lopez

Students of the Month for January at Holyoke JR/SR High School have been named.

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