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  • Senior scholarships, plans announced

    Holyoke JR/SR High’s mission statement is “To graduate every student prepared with the necessary knowledge, skill and character to find success in life. The graduating Class of 2015 has worked to achieve this mission for the last 13 years, and now the...
  • Cast of characters makes appearance at spring concert

    From the Soggy Bottom Boys to The Village People, a fun cast of characters crossed the HHS stage Thursday evening, May 7, in the spring choir concert featuring vocal students in grades 7-12. Choirs are directed by Marcia Dalton with assistance from Sound...
  • Goldenstein awarded full-ride from CO Garden Foundation

    Holyoke High School senior Taylor Goldenstein is one of two Colorado students to be awarded four-year, full-ride scholarships to Colorado State University from Colorado Garden Foundation, a nonprofit corporation that provides funds for horticultural-relat...
  • McWilliams selected as Girls State delegate

    Lori McWilliams has been selected as the sole delegate from Holyoke High School for this year’s Colorado Girls State, a statewide program sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. This year’s government-in-action learning program session will be hel...
  • Conklin releases first novel

    With an official release date of April 21, Hannah Conklin is the proud author of her first published novel, “Seed of Hope.” The daughter of Bob and Theresa Conklin of Haxtun, Conklin said her parents always encouraged the use of imagination and creat...
  • Outstanding teaching awards presented to elementary educators

    Two Holyoke Elementary School teachers were recently honored with Outstanding Teacher awards by Northeast Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services for their exceptional efforts during the 2014-15 school year. Nancy Miles, elementary resource te...
  • Baseball team ends season 7-13

    Giving up three runs on two outs in the first inning led to a 4-8 loss for the Dragon baseball team when it met Yuma in the district quarterfinals Thursday, May 7. The loss finished the Dragon season with a 7-13 record. Originally scheduled for May 8-9 ...
  • HHS track ends early this season

    Holyoke High School’s 2015 track and field season has come to a close at the same time as the rest of the spring sports. Unfortunately, no Dragon tracksters will be competing at the state track meet this upcoming weekend in Lakewood. “It was a good s...
  • Monday is Dragon Draft for summer fitness program

    Students who will be entering grades 5-12 next year are invited to participate in the 2015 Summer Sports Physical Fitness Challenge. Dragon Draft Day is set for Monday, May 18, at 4 p.m. in the HHS commons area, where kids can sign up and be drafted onto...
  • K-12 basketball camp May 23-24 in Holyoke

    A partnership with Western State Colorado University is bringing a basketball camp to Holyoke for boys and girls in grades K-12 Saturday and Sunday, May 23-24. Dragon Hoopsters in Holyoke is assisting with the sponsorship, as well. Camp sessions will be ...
  • Today’s students, tomorrow’s leaders recognized at FBLA

    A year of hard work was recognized Tuesday evening, May 5, at FBLA’s annual awards program, which highlighted how today’s business students transform into tomorrow’s business leaders. Special chapter awards were presented by adviser Roy Derrick. As...
  • No-till on the Plains expo set for June 17 in Venango

    No-­till on the Plains, Inc., will host a segment of its Nebraska Whirlwind No-till Expo in Venango, Neb., Wednesday, June 17. The expo is intended to provide producers with a better understanding of the importance of soil health by utilizing continuous...
  • FFA wins judging event gold

    Holyoke High School’s FFA chapter members competed in Career Development Events May 3-4 on the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins. Senior Nicholas Ortner and juniors Austin Vieselmeyer, Josilyn Lutze and Sidney Struckmeyer earned gold in ...
  • State publication helps market hay

    The Colorado Department of Agriculture is accepting listings for the 2015 Colorado Hay Directory. This annual publication, celebrating its 29th anniversary, markets Colorado hay to buyers. “The Colorado Hay Directory continues to be a popular publicati...
  • Gribben graduates, earns Doctor of Medicine degree

    Paul Gribben, grandson of James Gribben of Holyoke and the late Wilma Gribben, recently graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center with the degree of Doctor of Medicine. Dr. Gribben will continue his graduate medical education as a resident...
  • Academic awards addendum made

    At the May 4 Holyoke JR/SR High academic awards ceremony, some awards were presented that were not announced or were announced incorrectly. Additionally, some awards reported in the May 7 Enterprise article were not presented. The following awards were n...
  • Re-1J board meeting, budget session Tues.

    Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, May 19, at 7 p.m. in the board room at HJHS, room No. 218. A walkthrough at the district house is scheduled at 6 p.m. that evening. Immediately following the meeting, a work session for ...
  • Cowboy poet to share stories at Peerless Tuesday, May 19

    An evening of cowboy poetry will be hosted by the Phillips County Players as Trey Allen comes to town Tuesday, May 19, at 7 p.m. at the Peerless Center Gym. Admission to the event will be through a freewill offering used to benefit the Phillips County Pl...
  • I Am Healthy campaign introduces new Tai Chi for Health classes

    Beginning this month, Rural Solutions, through funding from the Colorado Health Foundation, is offering Tai Chi for Health classes in several counties across northeast Colorado. The classes are just one of many free and family-oriented activities being o...
  • Medication disposal efforts receive new budget funding

    The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has received $300,000 in the state’s 2015-16 budget, through the Joint Budget Committee, to help with proper disposal of unwanted household medications. According to the Partnership for Drug-Free...