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FBLA members are pictured from left, front row, adviser Lori Nelson, Correy Koellner, Emma Oakley, Lauren Herman, Kristin Vieselmeyer, Tamara Penzing, Kylie Purkey­pile and Slaten Burris; second row, Daniela Fierro, Piper McConachie, Ashley Aranda, Jackie Valenzuela, Makenzie Martin, Lali Marquez, Johny Quintana, Alec Sprague,  Diego Jimenez, Victor Baeza, Cade Killin and Tuff Sigler; third row, Grace Roberts, Ethan Schneller, Aspyn Kinnie, Sabryn Burris, Jimena Nuñez, Aaron Sierra, Emmanuel Vasquez, Stephen Murray, Levi Ford and Dakota Pell; fourth row, Clover Adler, Summer Martin, Fabian Gonzalez, Michael Pell, Kailar Hayes and Kenneth Lindholm; and back row, Tristen Roll, Caleb Deaver, Nain Vasquez, Joe Beckner, Luis Chafino, Alexis Vega and Blake Mosenteen.

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Holyoke FFA members are pictured from left, front row, Tuff Sigler, Haley Van Overbeke, Janessa Lutze, Lauren Bergner, Tristen Roll, Seth Watson, Kristin Vieselmeyer, Josie Schlachter, Lauren Herman and adviser Shauna Strecker; second row, Blake Mosenteen, Rylee Schneller, Sabryn Burris, Tamara Penzing, Erin Andersen, Clover Adler and Grace Roberts; third row, Dylan Hielscher, Remington Hielscher, Jimena Nuñez, Ty Dirks, Ethan Schneller, Emma Thompson, Jadon Frost and Baylor Struckmeyer; fourth row, VIctor Baeza, Deacon Dittmer, Tori Race, Shyanne Conde, Brendan Nelson, Kaison Kinnie, Jalen Hunter and Jaxson Hutches; and back row, Kassidy Porter, Hunter Bergstrom, Theron Roll, Carlos Legarreta, Aidyn Shafer, Johny Quintana, Tristen Ferguson, Kai Siep and Max Kleve.

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Local

Melissa Memorial Hospital recently applied and was approved to become a community testing site for COVID-19.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions and concerns, there will not be a Memorial Day program at Holyoke Cemetery this year.

Polly Skinner’s leisurely afternoon walk last Monday, May 11, found her being flown to UC Health Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland, where she underwent several surgeries.

Sports

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Holyoke School District lit up its football field and scoreboard Thursday, April 23, in honor of the Class of 2020 as part of the Be the Light movement in Colorado. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Colorado High School Activities Association is in its fourth week of promoting a “Be the Light” movement.

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Caleb Deaver  — Jessica Cumming

Holyoke High School senior Caleb Deaver recently signed with Doane University in Crete, Nebraska. He will be pitching on the university’s baseball team.

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Morganne Kumm — Brianna Brauer Photography

Morganne Kumm, a Holyoke senior, has signed a letter of intent to participate on the equestrian team at Colby Community College in Colby, Kansas, this fall.

Ag & Business

Life in its normalcy was tossed topsy-turvy in mid-March when business shutdowns, social distancing mandates, limits on numbers for gathering and much more were thrust upon the world in varying lev

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Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Colorado Press Association was forced to cancel its 142nd annual convention originally set for April 30-May 2 in Glenwood Springs.

To the tune of more than $9.5 million, three Holyoke banks have helped facilitate the Paycheck Protection Program in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, administered through the

School

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Decked out in a class of 2020 T-shirt and surrounded by flowers he personally arranged, Holyoke High School senior Isaiah Hatton waves to passersby during Sunday’s senior parade.

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Clarissa Ruiz is the first stop in the May 17 senior parade in which families and friends got creative in congratulating the Holyoke High School class of 2020. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

From duck calls and honking horns to banners and yard signs, Sunday’s celebration was hard to miss.

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FBLA members are pictured from left, front row, adviser Lori Nelson, Correy Koellner, Emma Oakley, Lauren Herman, Kristin Vieselmeyer, Tamara Penzing, Kylie Purkey­pile and Slaten Burris; second row, Daniela Fierro, Piper McConachie, Ashley Aranda, Jackie Valenzuela, Makenzie Martin, Lali Marquez, Johny Quintana, Alec Sprague,  Diego Jimenez, Victor Baeza, Cade Killin and Tuff Sigler; third row, Grace Roberts, Ethan Schneller, Aspyn Kinnie, Sabryn Burris, Jimena Nuñez, Aaron Sierra, Emmanuel Vasquez, Stephen Murray, Levi Ford and Dakota Pell; fourth row, Clover Adler, Summer Martin, Fabian Gonzalez, Michael Pell, Kailar Hayes and Kenneth Lindholm; and back row, Tristen Roll, Caleb Deaver, Nain Vasquez, Joe Beckner, Luis Chafino, Alexis Vega and Blake Mosenteen.

Holyoke FBLA adviser Lori Nelson presented a virtual awards ceremony May 8 recognizing the accomplishments of members and sharing photo highlights from throughout the 2019-20 school year.

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