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  • 2.5-mill override extension to appear on November ballot

    Holyoke School District Re-1J voters will see a mill levy override extension question on the Nov. 4 ballot. Wording for the ballot issue was approved by the school board at its Tuesday, Sept. 2, meeting. Without creating any new tax or increasing any cur...
  • Class of ’15 ACT scores same as previous year

    Every junior in the state of Colorado takes the American College Test in the spring, and results of that testing were recently released. Holyoke’s Class of 2015, who took the test last April and May as juniors, scored a composite score of 17.6, which i...
  • Class of ’15 ACT scores same as previous year

    Every junior in the state of Colorado takes the American College Test in the spring, and results of that testing were recently released. Holyoke’s Class of 2015, who took the test last April and May as juniors, scored a composite score of 17.6, which i...
  • Around Town

    Book Bonanza is Saturday Friends of the Library is hosting its annual Book Bonanza Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Heginbotham Library carriage house from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. A second sale date is Friday, Sept. 19, from noon-5 p.m.   MMHF Legacy of Thanks se...
  • Nature’s not fooling around with winter weather

    Skunk cabbage, cicadas, the moon, caterpillars, fog, leaves, beavers and arthritis. What do they all have in common? Weather predictors. People have been using clues in nature to predict the weather for thousands of years, and with the unusually wet sum...
  • Aeration system to help clear algae situation at Lions Club Fishin’ Hole

    Holyoke fishing fans will soon be happy to have a clearer look at the lay of their lines at the Lions Club Fishin’ Hole east of Holyoke. A new aeration system has been installed at the fishing pond and is working to clear up the algae problem that Lion...
  • National spotlight cast on Grant, Neb., car auction

    What do you get when you cross a museum, a Perkins County, Neb., history lesson and one of the largest auto auctions in U.S. history? The Bullock Chevrolet auction, slated for Saturday, Sept. 6, in Grant, Neb. After a long and storied history in Perkins...
  • Classic car auction refuels old memories at Grant dealership

    With 360 horsepower under the hood, John Long drove a brand-new green with a lime yellow racing stripe and spoiler 1970 GTO Judge off the Bullock Chevrolet car lot in Grant, Neb. A junior in college, Long noted the feeling of power and pride he had as he...
  • Bullock family has rich history

    The Bullock family has rich, adventurous history in Perkins County, Neb. Guy Bullock came to Perkins County and established the family roots that are still deep and proud to this day. Guy was a county chairman in Perkins County back when the courthouse ...
  • Survey participants sound off in favor of Holyoke whistles

    Holyoke Enterprise September 4, 2014...
  • Restoring Colorado initiative falls short, plans to regroup for 2016

    A well-used adage says, “It ain’t over ’til it’s over.” For the 2014 Colorado ballot and the Restoring Colorado initiative, it is over—at least for a while. The efforts of Restoring Colorado to put a citizen’s initiative on the November bal...
  • Class of 1994 enjoys 20-year reunion

    Members of the HHS Class of 1994 who gathered in Holyoke for their 20-year reunion this past weekend are pictured from left, front row, Lori Johnson Hardman of Salt Lake City, Utah, Gentry Heermann White of Pittsburg, Kan., Jacinda Carruthers Gallegos of ...
  • Italian student makes home in Holyoke

    Getting a taste of what she calls the “American Dream,” 17-year-old Martina Ghezzi will be attending Holyoke High School this school year.As Holyoke’s only exchange student for 2014-15, Ghezzi is attending classes as a senior student, with plans to ...
  • Phillips County 4-H shows well at state

    In general project results, Phillips County 4-H was well-represented at the recent Colorado State Fair. Four Phillips County projects were named grand champion and five others earned reserve grand champion honors. Tanley Andersen was named GC in weeds f...
  • Wheels of Hope for Colorado’s missing honors Schelling

    Wheels of Hope for Colorado’s Missing is a four-day hand cycle ride from Denver to Pueblo in honor of Kelsie Schelling to bring awareness to the missing in Colorado. Kelsie, who grew up in Holyoke, is a Denver resident who went missing in Pueblo Feb. 4...
  • Softball team opens season 1-1 at Wray tournament

    HHS defeated Akron 6-5 in a six-inning game called for time limit, then fell 0-17 to Perry, Okla., in a three-inning run-rule ball game. The 1-1 season opening games were played in the Wray tournament Saturday, Aug. 30. While the Oklahoma team played a ...
  • Football team falls in season opener on the road in Akron

    Starting the season on the road is always tougher than beginning at home, and Holyoke’s football team knew they were in for a challenge against Akron as they battled in Ram country Friday, Aug. 29. The Rams defeated the Dragons 33-7. Akron opened the g...
  • Volleyball drops opener at Akron

    Lady Dragon volleyball hit the court in Akron Friday, Aug. 29, for the first match of the season. Holyoke was unable to keep pace with the Akron team and was defeated in three sets, 10-25, 17-25, 21-25 “We received serves well,” coach Michelle Viesel...
  • Thompson, Roberts make it six straight

    Jeremy Thompson and Josh Roberts made it six straight when they won the Aug. 30-31 Labor Day weekend two-person golf scramble at Holyoke Golf Course for the sixth straight year. The pair shot a 125 to win the tournament. They also won the 2013 Labor Day ...
  • JV, C win in openers

    Holyoke vs. Wray HHS JV and C volleyball competed in Wray Thursday, Aug. 28, with both posting wins. JV stretched its match to the full length, trading sets and finally capturing the win in the fifth set with scores 18-25, 25-15, 19-25, 25-12, 15-11. T...