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  • Holyoke represented well at World Language Day

    Twenty-two Holyoke students traveled to Greeley and the campus of University of Northern Colorado Wednesday, April 18 for World Language Day. Holyoke was well represented with numerous students. Forty-six students from Holyoke, Haxtun, Julesburg, Revere ...
  • Golf season is coming to a close

    The Holyoke girls’ golf team is rapidly seeing its season come to a close. Coach Garrett Gordon said each of the girls has made a big improvement as the season has progressed. He noted nearly half the team is stepping onto the course for the first time...
  • Dragons lock up No. 1 seed after splitting with Wray

    Spirits were high in the home dugout and in the stands as Holyoke beat Wray 3-1 in game one of a doubleheader Thursday, April 26 to secure the No. 1 seed in the district tournament. The Dragons will receive a first-round bye and won’t play until Saturd...
  • Dragons get bye

    Holyoke will be the home to two days of great baseball Friday-Saturday, May 4-5 as it hosts the Class 2A District 7 Baseball Tournament. Holyoke’s own HHS Dragon baseball team will be spectators Friday as they have earned the No. 1 seed and received a ...
  • Fourth-graders learn importance of finances

    Holyoke fourth-graders spent the week April 23-27 learning the ins and outs of personal finance. With April being Financial Literacy Month, Colorado State University Extension Office decided to reach out to some students through a pilot project to help t...
  • Hospice of the Plains honors volunteers

    Hospice of the Plains honors individuals who offer extraordinary service to the organization and to the families served each quarter. For this past quarter, the Wray office recognizes the work done by Carol Dowell and Jim Brophy for the outstanding servic...
  • Track competes at Wray

    Lindsay Helgoth jumped her way to a second-place finish in the high jump Saturday, April 28 at the track meet in Wray. Coach Sandra Rahe is pictured in the background keeping a close eye on her jumper.  —Enterprises photoHolyoke Dragon tracksters ar...
  • JH tracksters in mid stride

    Holyoke junior high tracksters are preparing for the final meet of the season which will be held Thursday, May 3. The LPAA meet, which is hosted by Haxtun in Sterling, will begin at 9 a.m. Thursday, April 26, the team traveled to Chase County, Neb. Marq...
  • Volleyball officials are needed

    Those interested in becoming a volleyball official are warned of important upcoming dates. A regional clinic will be held Tuesday, Aug. 14 at NJC Bank of Colorado Event Center in Sterling in the auxiliary gymnasium. Registration will be 4-5 p.m. with the...
  • School menu

    May 7-11 Elementary Breakfast Monday, May 7: Egg and cheese muffin or bagel with toppings and yogurt, fruit, milk, juice. Tuesday, May 8: Breakfast burrito or breakfast bar, fruit, milk, juice. Wednesday, May 9: Breakfast on a stick or fruit muffin wi...
  • Shining Stars recognized by Board of Health

    During their April 25 meeting, board of health members helped staff from the Northeast Colorado Health Department recognize the 2012 Public Health Shining Stars. This is the agency’s fifth annual recognition of individuals throughout Northeast Colorado...
  • Eight FBLA members earn trip to nationals

    Holyoke Future Business Leaders of America journeyed on a “Pathway to Success” at the Colorado FBLA state leadership conference in Vail.Twenty-one HHS members joined over 2,500 others from across the state for the April 21-24 conference. Because of t...
  • NNA heralds senate passage of 21st Century Postal Act

    By just two votes more than the minimum required, the U.S. Senate recently passed S 1789, the bipartisan 21st Century Postal Act, 62 to 37. National Newspaper Association (NNA) President Reed Anfinson, publisher of the Swift County Monitor-News in Benson...
  • Master Chorale plans concert

    The Master Chorale will be sharing its 21st year with its Spring Concert XXI. The concert will be performed under the direction of Don Johnson at 4 p.m. Sunday, May 6 at the Dorothy Corsberg Theater at Northeastern Junior College in Sterling. Featuring m...
  • Concerns for pipeline shown

    Dear Editor, At the last meeting of the RRWCD, John Willard gave an excellent power point of the feasibility projections to actual cost of the pipeline. In November 2007, GE1, the engineering company, projected a cost estimate range of $61.3 million to $...
  • Extension Corner

    Reveille grass and other lawn tips What is Reveille? This new grass hybrid is a cross between Kentucky Bluegrass (Poa pratensis) and Texas Native Bluegrass (Poa arachnifera) developed by Dr. James Read of Texas A&M. Listed below are the benefits of ...
  • It's the Pitts

    Background check We met at high noon, she was dressed completely in green from her pilates shoes to her forest green sweatband. She wore spandex leotards, an Audubon pin and a Sierra Club tee shirt with John Muir’s face on it. The leotards and Muir’s...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    How to deal with princesses I want my two girls to grow up knowing that “female” is their gender and not a definition of their abilities. I thought I had lots of time to figure out how to raise Melise and Alina believing that. But then Melise, at ju...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoMay 3, 2007 Holyoke received heavy rains last week, with 1.32 inches of rainfall on April 23 and 1.54 inches on April 24. Ten Years AgoMay 2, 2002 Olympic gold medalist Greco-Roman wrestler Rulon Gardner made an appearance at the high s...
  • Seaboard to construct new feed mill

    Seaboard Foods was scheduled to begin the mobilization portion of construction on a new feed mill west of Holyoke Monday, April 30. Chris Conrad, manager of milling operations, and Kelly Drees, cell production manager, were guest speakers at the Holyoke ...