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  • Season comes to end at district tournament

    It just wasn’t their day. After receiving a bye in the first round, Holyoke entered district play in Yuma Saturday, May 7 as the No. 1 seed and faced No. 4 seed Akron. The Dragons were looking to defend their 2010 district championship. The boys in gre...
  • Zach Krueger named player of the week for third time

    Metro State baseball player Zach Krueger was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Player of the Week for the third time this season on Tuesday, May 10. He also earned the award on March 15 and March 29. It’s also the second consecutive week a Roadru...
  • Addition

    There were some mistakes in the junior high track story in the May 5 issue of the Enterprise. Holyoke seventh grader Dani Brandt placed second in the triple jump at the Chase County junior high track meet Thursday, April 28 in Imperial, Neb. Her distance...
  • Congressional redistricting still an issue at Capitol

    The two sides warring over congressional redistricting at the state Capitol both unveiled another round of maps in the past week that showed an effort to continue working, but also showed just how far apart they continue to be. And time was running out fo...
  • College news

    Colby Community College has announced the selection of the 2011-12 student ambassadors. Nora Roth of Holyoke was one of the 12 students chosen. Candidates are nominated by faculty and admissions department members. Student ambassadors are chosen for thei...
  • FFA members compete in state career development contests

    Holyoke FFA members traveled to Colorado State University in Ft. Collins for the state career development events Monday, May 2. Holyoke’s horse team consisting of Coleton Spitz, Emma Adams and Makayla Spitz finished as a bronze team in the top 30 perce...
  • Workshop to offer tips on how gardens can increase tourism

    On Thursday, May 19 at 6:30 p.m. at the Cornerstone Community Center in Idalia, CEO of Denver Botanic Gardens Brian Vogt will be speaking on how gardens can increase tourism. Vogt understands tourism and economic development because he served in three Ca...
  • CSU Extension hosts AgFest

    Approximately 1,200 youth from eastern Colorado have participated in AgFest, an annual traveling agricultural educational event hosted by Colorado State University Extension. Holyoke and Julesburg students participated in the event Monday, May 2 in Sterli...
  • Another Perspective

    Royal bride shows similar genuineness as Lady Di Commoner Kate Middleton definitely gave up any privacy in her life by falling in love with Prince William. Despite the fame and having millions of people around the world taking notice of every step she t...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    Easter treats Going to an Easter egg hunt as an adult is a whole new experience. What once was wildly fun and full of sweet rewards has become an event fraught with anxiety. This is the second year in a row that I’ve found myself running out the door ...
  • It's the Pitts

    Oh Deere Lee’s Institute of Equine Studies (LIES) has concluded the initial phase of an exhaustive report in which we compared the efficiency of tractors and ATVs versus horses. In view of the rising cost of fuel, a least-cost analysis was performed t...
  • The sun can hurt more than humans

    As I care for my own mild case of sunburn, I thought this would be a good time to remind 4-H and FFA youth that pigs are susceptible to sunburn. Pigs do not burn as easily as people do, but they are still vulnerable to this summertime peril. Like us, swi...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoMay 11, 2006 Kurt Rumold takes top honors in the 2006 Phillips County Healthcare Foundation Amateur Triathlon for finishing with the overall fastest time. Family and Consumer Sciences will remain a department at HHS for 2006-07, but a sear...
  • City Council opts for ballpark GOCO grant

    The final phase of upgrades at Holyoke Ball Park will be highlighted in a Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) grant application. Council members decided to go ahead with the application at the Tuesday, May 3 meeting. They had to make a decision between the ba...
  • City Council opts for ballpark GOCO grant

    The final phase of upgrades at Holyoke Ball Park will be highlighted in a Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) grant application. Council members decided to go ahead with the application at the Tuesday, May 3 meeting. They had to make a decision between the ba...
  • RJ's hopes to offer reasonable prices

    From the 230 balloons on the wall to the wide variety of items on the shelves, RJ’s Simple Spending hopes to make every dollar count. Randy and Jackie Hale have been busy hustling to get things on the shelves prior to opening their discount/variety sto...
  • RJ's hopes to offer reasonable prices

    From the 230 balloons on the wall to the wide variety of items on the shelves, RJ’s Simple Spending hopes to make every dollar count. Randy and Jackie Hale have been busy hustling to get things on the shelves prior to opening their discount/variety sto...
  • 50 to graduate Sunday

    Fifty students in Holyoke High School’s Class of 2011 will be recognized at Commencement exercises this Sunday, May 15 at 2 p.m. in the HHS gym. A Baccalaureate service will begin at 1 p.m. in the HHS auditorium. The service is being coordinated by Hol...
  • 50 to graduate Sunday

    Fifty students in Holyoke High School’s Class of 2011 will be recognized at Commencement exercises this Sunday, May 15 at 2 p.m. in the HHS gym. A Baccalaureate service will begin at 1 p.m. in the HHS auditorium. The service is being coordinated by Hol...
  • Could someone give us a ride?

    Ten horses were forced out of their trailer and tied up for a few hours Thursday, May 5 after the trailer they were traveling in broke down as it came through Holyoke. Staff at Grainland Cooperative helped Dawn Ackermay and her family unload the horses an...