Award winners recognized at the 2019 HVFD annual banquet are pictured from left, Josh Young, Shaun Beck and Gabe Hubbard. Not pictured are Lance Murray, John Durbin and Ed Race. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Pictured with the 23 awards earned at the Colorado Press Association annual contest are Holyoke Enterprise staff members, from left, Ashley Sullivan, Darci Tomky, Brenda Brandt, Jes-c French and Max Levy.

Local

    Churches in and around Holyoke have services planned for Holy Week through Easter Sunday, April 21.
    
Cornerstone Ministries

    Gov. Jared Polis has signed into law what’s likely the most controversial bill of the 2019 legislative session: House Bill 1177, the so-called “red flag” bill.

“The Veteran” monster truck will be available for rides during the Phillips County Raceway season opener Saturday, April 20, at the fairgrounds in Holyoke. Several Veteran monster truck programs are committed to honoring and supporting military veterans. — Journal-Advocate

    “The Veteran” monster truck rides have been added to the fun scheduled at Phillips County Raceway’s season opener Saturday, April 20, starting sharply at 5 p.m.

Sports

    Continuing her season streak, Holyoke girls trackster Correy Koellner won the shot put event at the Tena Invitational last Saturday, April 13.

    “We didn’t have much practice under our belt with the blizzard last Wednesday and Thursday and a golf course that still had snow drifts on it Friday,” golf coach Nick Flaa said.

    Aspiring soccer players from 3 years old to eighth grade will have the chance to learn and improve on their skills under the direction of college coaches Sunday, April 28.

Ag & Business

Terry Andersen

    Roughly 10% of the PC Telcom membership was present at the cooperative’s April 9 annual meeting.

Pictured with the 23 awards earned at the Colorado Press Association annual contest are Holyoke Enterprise staff members, from left, Ashley Sullivan, Darci Tomky, Brenda Brandt, Jes-c French and Max Levy.

    Twenty individual awards paved the way to The Holyoke Enterprise earning two of the three top category awards as well as the highest honor — the General Excellence Award — at the 141st annual c

    Baby Bear Hugs invites local community members to its inaugural fundraising gala, A Night of Magic, Saturday, April 27, at Red Willow on Main in Yuma.

School

Fourth graders who won the Piggy Bank contest are pictured from left, Roxy Santos Dominguez, Jacob Quintana, Lillian Miller, Liz Favela of First Pioneer National Bank, Sujey Bustillos, Ryan Chaney and Rubi Bencomo.

    Fourth grade students at Holyoke Elementary School participated in a piggy bank contest from March 5-26.  

    Twenty years ago, fire and tornado drills were the norm at schools, not just in Holyoke but across the nation.

Third grader Emma Benson gets funky during “How I Love the Opera” at the first and third grade spring concert. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

    Directed by Marcia Dalton, Holyoke first and third graders sung a selection of songs and showed off an arsenal of puns (“What do you call a bear that’s caught in the rain?

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