Brenda Brandt takes the podium to address a banquet crowd after being named the 2016 Newspaper Person of the Year at the annual convention of the Colorado Press Association Saturday, April 22. —Thomas Cooper, LightboxImages.com

Players from opposing teams vie for control of the ball at Saturday morning’s soccer games. Players from pre-K/kindergarten teams are pictured from left, Jozelyn Perez and Kyle Goldenstein on the blue team, sponsored by Kris Gordon Day Care, and Braylin Herman and Christian Saminego Nieto on the gold team, sponsored by Holyoke Fitness Club. —Johnson Publications

Local

Brenda Brandt takes the podium to address a banquet crowd after being named the 2016 Newspaper Person of the Year at the annual convention of the Colorado Press Association Saturday, April 22. —Thomas Cooper, LightboxImages.com

“Splendid” was a word echoed between two sisters and two brothers Saturday evening, April 22, as they gathered together in Denver.

A new speed limit sign on northbound County Road 41 posts the speed at 45 mph, a reduction from the 55 mph limit implied for an unposted county road.

Two members of the Holyoke Police Department assisted in a joint operation including members of the Cooperative Operation for Drug Enforcement Drug Task Force and Western Nebraska Intelligence &amp

Sports

Players from opposing teams vie for control of the ball at Saturday morning’s soccer games. Players from pre-K/kindergarten teams are pictured from left, Jozelyn Perez and Kyle Goldenstein on the blue team, sponsored by Kris Gordon Day Care, and Braylin Herman and Christian Saminego Nieto on the gold team, sponsored by Holyoke Fitness Club. —Johnson Publications

This year, 156 kids, preschool-aged to seniors in high school, are participating in the Holyoke Soccer Program, coordinated by Summer Maloney.

Brenden Kage is surrounded by supporters as he signs to play football at Chadron State College in Chadron, Nebraska. They are pictured from left, front row, Sherman Kage, Brenden Kage and Christy Kage; and back row, football coaches Nic Balog, Cody Jiru and John Zilla. —Johnson Publications

On a day already busy with school and baseball, student athlete Brenden Kage took a moment Tuesday, April 25, to celebrate with his parents, Sherman and Christy Kage, and coaches when he signed a l

Team scores may not have shown it after Saturday, April 22, at the Platte Valley Bronco Stampede meet in Kersey, but HHS track had a great day, according to coach Dusty Sprague.

Ag & Business

Brenda Brandt takes the podium to address a banquet crowd after being named the 2016 Newspaper Person of the Year at the annual convention of the Colorado Press Association Saturday, April 22. —Thomas Cooper, LightboxImages.com

“Splendid” was a word echoed between two sisters and two brothers Saturday evening, April 22, as they gathered together in Denver.

The Holyoke Enterprise staff members Darci Tomky, Brenda Brandt and Karen Ortner show off their 11 awards from the 2016 Colorado Press Association newspaper contest, in addition to Brandt’s recognition as the 2016 Newspaper Person of the Year. —Johnson Publications

The Holyoke Enterprise earned recognition among the best of the best in the newspaper industry at the 139th annual Colorado Press Association annual convention Friday-Saturday, April 21-22, in Denv

Dr. Tim Meyer is ready to serve the community of Holyoke at the new Holyoke Family Eye Care Clinic located at MMH. —Johnson Publications

No more traveling needed — Holyoke has its very own eye doctor, and he’ll be in town 30 hours per week.

School

Standing at 6 feet, 7 inches tall, it’s safe to say everyone at Holyoke Elementary School looks up to Scott Dille.

Yesenia Bencomo is a leader even when she doesn’t know that anyone is following.

“Don’t waste your saliva!” Cristine Mallari told her junior high math class at Holyoke JR/SR High School, causing scattered giggles in the fast-paced lesson.

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