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Korean War veteran Gordon Leben shares breakfast — and from the looks of it, a bit of insight — with students at Holyoke JR/SR High. The Nov. 11 breakfast was enjoyed by a number of veterans and was served by students prior to the Veterans Day program. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Holyoke Fire Protection District board members inspected the new fire truck delivered to Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department last week. Board members are pictured from left, Ryan Brackhan, Carroll Bussell, Bob Koberstein, Riley Dubbert and Mark Lutze. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Those representing HHS at the national FFA are pictured from left, front row, Emma Thompson, Lauren Bergner, Lauren Herman, Josie Schlachter, Janessa Lutze, Jimena Nuñez and adviser Shauna Strecker; and back row, Jadon Frost, Tristen Roll, Kai Siep and Tuff Sigler.

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The Lady Dragon volleyball team lines up prior to a match at the regional tournament Saturday, Nov. 9, in Del Norte. Players are pictured from left, Chloie Metzger, Emily Jelden, Tamara Penzing, Yeidi Juarez, Erin Andersen, Kristin Vieselmeyer, Grace Roberts, Sabryn Burris, Elise Krogmeier, Aspyn Kinnie, Kyleigh Jaeger, Josie Herman and Kylie Purkeypile.

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Korean War veteran Gordon Leben shares breakfast — and from the looks of it, a bit of insight — with students at Holyoke JR/SR High. The Nov. 11 breakfast was enjoyed by a number of veterans and was served by students prior to the Veterans Day program. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Subfreezing temperatures didn’t keep local veterans from the Nov. 11 Veterans Day program at Holyoke JR/SR High.

Council chambers were crowded Nov. 5, with several controversial topics drawing visitors to the Holyoke City Council meeting.

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Holyoke Fire Protection District board members inspected the new fire truck delivered to Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department last week. Board members are pictured from left, Ryan Brackhan, Carroll Bussell, Bob Koberstein, Riley Dubbert and Mark Lutze. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

A 30-year-old 1989 fire truck made way for a new 2019 version for Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department last week.

Sports

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Senior Blake Mosenteen leaves a Rocky Ford defender in the dust on his way to the end zone for one of his five touchdowns. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

It’s been over two months since Holyoke beat Colorado Springs Christian 21-6 in the Dragon home opener. Since then, HHS has racked up a 10-0 record.

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The Lady Dragon volleyball team lines up prior to a match at the regional tournament Saturday, Nov. 9, in Del Norte. Players are pictured from left, Chloie Metzger, Emily Jelden, Tamara Penzing, Yeidi Juarez, Erin Andersen, Kristin Vieselmeyer, Grace Roberts, Sabryn Burris, Elise Krogmeier, Aspyn Kinnie, Kyleigh Jaeger, Josie Herman and Kylie Purkeypile.

For Holyoke High School volleyball, the drought continues. The team hasn’t been to the state tournament since 2000, but they sure came close this year.

The Holyoke High School boys golf team ended its season earlier this fall and celebrated with the awarding of letters and participation awards.

Ag & Business

After a successful four-year stint as president and CEO of Melissa Memorial Hospital, Trampas Hutches will resign at the end of the year to take the reins of Franklin Community Health Network in Ma

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Those representing HHS at the national FFA are pictured from left, front row, Emma Thompson, Lauren Bergner, Lauren Herman, Josie Schlachter, Janessa Lutze, Jimena Nuñez and adviser Shauna Strecker; and back row, Jadon Frost, Tristen Roll, Kai Siep and Tuff Sigler.

From Oct. 28-Nov. 3, 10 members from the Holyoke FFA chapter traveled to Indianapolis, Indiana, for National FFA Convention.

Each month the Colorado Department of Agriculture features a different commodity to highlight the variety and quality of products grown in the state.

School

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Voice of Democracy winners are pictured from left, Haley Van Overbeke, Max Kleve, Michael Pell and Erick Marroquin.

Holyoke High School students recently competed on the local level in the VFW Voice of Democracy competition.

“We have lots of work to do,” said Holyoke School Superintendent Kyle Stumpf after a conference call with the Neenan group regarding the district’s master facility plan during the Nov.

Holyoke School District Re-1J was one of eight districts to be named a participant in the Homegrown Talent Initiative — a statewide partnership that supports regional cohorts of communities to crea

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