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Colbey Stumpf, at left, is a new social studies teacher at Holyoke JR/SR High School, and Elizabeth Hutches is the long-term substitute teacher taking over Clark Ginapp’s English classes after he passed away. Both are very excited for their roles and look forward to establishing relationships with students and getting them excited about their respective subjects. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Glen and Ranae McCallum of Glen’s Diesel Repair, at left, are taking over metal sales, welding supplies and irrigation parts from Woody’s Pivot Service LLC. Deb and Mike “Woody” Woodhead, at right, are relocating to Grant, Nebraska. Their last day at their current location in Holyoke will be Jan. 29.  All are pictured in front of some of the parts Glen’s Diesel Repair will be selling. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Everett A. Stickle’s barn is pictured after a tornado on Aug. 6, 1931. Everett and his wife Effie homesteaded in Phillips County in 1898. They traveled with their daughters Nora and Gladys by covered wagon to Phillips County from Washington, Kansas. The location of their homestead was 12 1/2 miles east and 6 miles south of Holyoke. — Source: Phillips County Museum

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Local

Congress confirmed Democrat Joe Biden as the presidential election winner early Thursday, Jan. 7, after a violent mob loyal to President Donald Trump stormed the U.S.

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Dr. JD Bailey is settling in as a new family medicine physician at Family Practice of Holyoke. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

JD Bailey, M.D., is excited to now call Holyoke home. The family medicine physician began work at Family Practice of Holyoke on Monday, Jan.

Holyoke City Council members approved on first reading an ordinance annexing the property on the west side of Holyoke at the intersection of Walsh Avenue and Johnson Street at their Jan.

Sports

With much anticipation, winter sports (known in 2020-21 as Season B) activities begin this month in Colorado.

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Holyoke High School senior Emali Torres, in front center, signs a letter of intent to be a part of the Nebraska Wesleyan University track and field team.

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How well do you know Holyoke?

Maybe you know the downtown businesses that spread out from the stoplight.

Ag & Business

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Omar Hermosillo is now serving up Mexican food at Taqueria El Dragón, a bright yellow food truck parked in the 200 block of East Denver Street. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

There’s no missing the bright yellow food truck parked along Highway 6, and there’s no forgetting the tasty Mexican fare served up there.

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Glen and Ranae McCallum of Glen’s Diesel Repair, at left, are taking over metal sales, welding supplies and irrigation parts from Woody’s Pivot Service LLC. Deb and Mike “Woody” Woodhead, at right, are relocating to Grant, Nebraska. Their last day at their current location in Holyoke will be Jan. 29.  All are pictured in front of some of the parts Glen’s Diesel Repair will be selling. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Mike “Woody” Woodhead and wife Deb will be relocating Woody’s Pivot Service LLC to Grant, Nebraska, in the coming months.

Providing an opportunity for kids from the area to show their animals, Showdown on the Plains will be held at the Bank of Colorado Pavilion at the Phillips County Fairgrounds in Holyoke on Saturday

School

Out of all of the areas tested for asbestos in early January in Holyoke School District’s Building Excellent Schools Today project, asbestos was found in only one area, according to Superintendent

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Colbey Stumpf, at left, is a new social studies teacher at Holyoke JR/SR High School, and Elizabeth Hutches is the long-term substitute teacher taking over Clark Ginapp’s English classes after he passed away. Both are very excited for their roles and look forward to establishing relationships with students and getting them excited about their respective subjects. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Colbey Stumpf and Elizabeth Hutches have started their teaching responsibilities at Holyoke JR/SR High School this semester.

Natalie Jo Austin of Denver graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a Doctor of Philosophy degree in special education with a focus on deaf education Dec. 12, 2020.

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