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  • O’Neal shares evolution of love for music with new album

    When Jake O’Neal was last interviewed by the Enterprise about his musical ventures in the summer of 2013 he expressed, “I’ve always wanted to do something that’s me — uniquely me.” At the time, he was working with his band Summa. Now O’Neal...
  • Inauguration, governor’s speech highlight week

    The inauguration of Gov. John Hickenlooper for his second term and his State of the State speech Thursday, Jan. 15, highlighted the first full week of the 2015 legislative session. In his inaugural address, Hickenlooper reflected on the good and the bad ...
  • Locals show western spirit at Stock Show

    Once again, Holyoke has been having strong representation at the 2015 National Western Stock Show in Denver. This year’s NWSS runs Jan. 10-25 and posted attendance of 47,207 on opening day — the biggest first-day tally in the show’s century-plus his...
  • P Pod, Creative Traditions welcomed

    It was a grand day for celebration Saturday, Jan. 17, when two new Holyoke businesses, The P Pod and Creative Traditions, were presented first dollar of profit plaques from the Holyoke Chamber of Commerce. Located in the former Bill’s TV building at 11...
  • Life Line Screening coming to Holyoke

    Residents living in and around Holyoke can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening. Phillips County Event Center will host this comm...
  • Dragons nab big trophy at Metro 8 Swimming Invite

    It was a monumental day for a skeleton crew from the Holyoke swim team when the girls earned a big third-place trophy at the Metro 8 Invitational hosted by Adams City Thursday, Jan. 15. Not all team members participated, but those who did fared well as t...
  • Dragons soar above Eagles for big home win

    Varsity basketball boys split their games over the weekend, beating Wray at home Saturday, Jan. 17, after losing to Yuma on the road Friday, Jan. 16. Holyoke’s record sits at 5-5 so far this season. Senior co-captain Bradley Cumming weaves through&nbs...
  • JV/C boys 0-3 vs. Yuma, Wray

    Holyoke junior varsity and C team boys faced tough competition over the weekend and couldn’t come up with any wins. The Dragons lost both games in Yuma Friday, Jan. 16, and the one JV game at home against Wray in overtime Saturday, Jan. 17.   Hol...
  • Herman defends free-throw title

    Trudy Herman, mother of HHS sophomore Austin Herman, was crowned the mothers’ free throw champion Saturday, Jan. 17, for the second year in a row. After the moms had a practice round of warm-up shots, they each got two attempts from the charity stripe....
  • Dragons back to the drawing board after Merino dual Jan. 15

    “We need to put our feet down and start working toward our goals,” said HHS wrestling coach Brady Walter after a disappointing dual at Merino Thursday, Jan. 15. While the Dragons officially won the dual 33-24, it was mostly due to forfeited matches. ...
  • Merino’s Karg selected for national VB

    Merino High School junior Veronica Karg, daughter of Robert and Elissa Karg of Atwood and granddaughter of Harry and Linda Marshall of Holyoke, was recently selected to play at the USA National Volleyball Sports Festival in Columbus, Ohio. To view the fu...
  • Jerrod Niemann, Brett Eldredge booked for August Chase Co. Fair

    This year’s Chase County Fair concert series in Imperial, Neb., will have a definite country feel with the signing of two of country music’s hottest artists. Call it “Kicking Up The Country” with award winner Jerrod Niemann performing Friday, Aug...
  • Gragg is UNC graduate

    Ashley N. Gragg received her Bachelor of Arts degree in liberal arts with reading and elementary education minors from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley Dec. 13. She is a 2010 graduate of HHS and currently resides in Fort Collins. She is emp...
  • Conklin competes in Distinguished Young Women program

    HHS senior Anastasia Conklin was one of 13 girls who participated in the Distinguished Young Women of Colorado scholarship program, formerly known as Colorado’s Junior Miss, Saturday, Jan. 17, in Castle Rock. $200 scholarships were awarded for each are...
  • Meakins wins local Patriot Pen contest

    Elijah Meakins of Haxtun was named the first-place winner of the Patriot Pen scholarship competition for students in grades 6-8, sponsored by Holyoke VFW Post No. 6482 last November. Also recognized by the local VFW were Tanley Andersen of Haxtun in seco...
  • Lady Dragons drop 2 games for 5-5 record

    After a three-game winning streak to start the new year, Holyoke varsity basketball girls were dealt two losses last weekend, losing to Yuma on the road Friday, Jan. 16, and to Wray at home Saturday, Jan. 17. These losses even out the girls’ record at 5...
  • JV/C girls 0-4 over weekend

    Holyoke junior varsity and C team girls had a tough week, losing both games in Yuma Friday, Jan. 16, and losing both games at home to Wray Saturday, Jan. 17.   Holyoke JV 25, Yuma 43 JV girls made a solid scoring effort Friday against Yuma and tr...
  • 8th-graders attend career fair

    All Colorado students are required by state legislation to have an Individual Career and Academic Plan in place by the beginning of their ninth-grade year. The eighth-grade career fair held Wednesday, Jan. 14, at Northeastern Junior College in Sterling wa...
  • Extension Corner

    Selections for windbreak trees and shrubs Variety is the spice of life, they say. In this case, planting a diversity of tree and shrub species adds to the overall health of your landscaped property. According to Morton Arboretum, the more closely related...
  • It's the Pitts

    Pet scans Our health care system really has gone to the dogs. The latest on ObamaCare is that hospitals and insurance companies are looking to cut costs by using dogs to diagnose patients and detect diseases. I am not kidding! We already use dogs to sni...