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  • Art goes green with local teacher

    “I want to be more green.” That was Christina Martinez’s New Year’s Resolution, and she’s certainly putting her plan into action. As art teacher at Holyoke Elementary School, Martinez has made it an everyday practice to use recycled and repurpo...
  • Legacy Event sees increased crowd, funds raised

    Event organizers were very pleased with the turnout at this year’s Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation Western Splendor Legacy Event. Roughly 250 people attended this year’s event which raised approximately $60,000 for the foundation. Table and raffl...
  • CSU students study issues at Mini Park

    The weather was a bit on the chilly side, but four Colorado State University civil engineering students spent a couple hours in Holyoke Sunday, Feb. 12 looking at the mini park located at the intersection of Denver Street and Interocean Avenue. Snow shove...
  • Celebrating 15 years on Cupid's Day

    Valentine’s Day was special for one local couple this year. Schad and Melissa Mayden celebrated 15 years of marriage Tuesday on the Nation’s day of love. “You can’t go wrong with that date,” Schad said. “You better not forget your anniversary...
  • Re-1J Foundation, grading pilot, random drug testing audit highlight board reports

    Several significant updates highlighted the superintendent’s report at the Feb. 8 meeting of Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. Re-1J Foundation, grading pilot and random drug testing semester audit were key reports given by Supt. Bret M...
  • Screenings an essential tool for children

    The Northeast Colorado Health Department has started scheduling a new year of healthy child clinics, and families with young children, age 6 months to 5 years, are encouraged to take advantage of this free and important service. “Children develop more ...
  • Fact or fiction? Groom, attired in BVDs, walks to home and bride

    These stories from local history are sometimes so extraordinary it’s hard to believe they actually happened. Check out ‘fact or fiction’ stories: they’re actual Enterprise news clips reprinted from the past.  Several of our young people deci...
  • 6 chosen for Nat'l Honor Society

    Six Holyoke High School juniors were inducted into the school’s National Honor Society chapter in a Monday, Feb. 13 ceremony. Students selected for their academic, service, leadership and character qualities are pictured from left, front row, Erin Vies...
  • Fact or fiction? Two fords in midnight clash on a corner

    These stories from local history are sometimes so extraordinary it’s hard to believe they actually happened. Check out ‘fact or fiction’ stories: they’re actual Enterprise news clips reprinted from the past.  There is no use trying to thwart...
  • Winter beauty therapy tips needed

    Winter brings with it many things, including snowy days, chilly nights and the propensity for irritating beauty issues. Cold, dry air outside and warm, dry air inside can result in moisture loss from both the hair and skin. Not only can this be uncomforta...
  • Seven Dragons place; four qualify for state

    With one regional champion, two runners-up and one fourth-place finisher, HHS will be well-represented at the Colorado State Wrestling Championships this weekend. Action begins Thursday, Feb. 16 at the Pepsi Center in Denver and continues through the cha...
  • Four win tickets to the big show

    Seniors Mark Edmonds and Broc Pelle, junior Jesus Hermosillo and freshman Dylan Kotch earned their way to the Colorado State Wrestling championships at the Pepsi Center in Denver Feb. 16-18. Pelle at 170 lbs. won a regional championship Saturday, Feb. 11...
  • Boys drop 3 straight games

    Holyoke boys’ basketball team had a tough go the last three home games. They played host to Dundy County, Haxtun and Burlington and came up short in all three games. The five-game home stand will come to an end Thursday, Feb. 16 when the Dragons host A...
  • Knights of Columbus free throw winners named

    Kids ages 10-14 participated in the Knights of Columbus free throw contest Sunday, Feb. 12 at HHS. This year’s contest drew 13 participants. Contestants shot 15 free throws for the local competition and 25 for the district competition. Because Holyoke...
  • JV grabs 3 wins

    Holyoke’s boys’ JV basketball team marked up three more wins this past week. Tuesday, Feb. 7 they downed Dundy County 67-41. Thursday, Feb. 9 they beat Haxtun 52-40 and Monday, Feb. 13 the squad earned an impressive 62-22 victory over Burlington. Aga...
  • Boys C team wins 2

    Holyoke boys’ C basketball team came away with two nice victories last week. They knocked off Dundy County 52-19 Tuesday, Feb. 7 and Haxtun 33-28 Thursday, Feb. 9. The Dragons’ defense really showed up to play last Tuesday as Holyoke held a gigantic ...
  • Lady Dragons dominate Haxtun, Dundy County; fall to Cougars

    After a busy week of basketball, the Lady Dragons finished with two big wins over Dundy County, Neb. and Haxtun and a loss to Burlington. Coach Arlan Scholl said the girls are showing steady improvement, and he felt good about getting two quality wins la...
  • Girls' C team loses two

    In two home basketball games last week, the girls’ C team lost to both Dundy County, Neb. and Haxtun. Holyoke C team 13, Dundy Co. 19 The Tuesday, Feb. 7 Dundy County game resulted in a 13-19 loss for the Dragons. Jentry Andersen led scoring in the...
  • HHS JV girls go 1-2

    Nearing the end of their basketball season, junior varsity girls finished a long home stretch with one win and two losses.   Holyoke JV 29, Dundy Co. 41 HHS faced Dundy County, Neb. Tuesday, Feb. 7, ending the game with a 29-41 loss. Holyoke led ...
  • JH girls keep busy

    Holyoke’s junior high girls’ basketball team has kept busy over the past few weeks. The team traveled to Haxtun Thursday, Feb. 2, hosted Sedgwick County Monday, Feb. 6 and traveled to Yuma Tuesday, Feb. 7. In Haxtun, all three teams fell to the Bull...