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    Holyoke’s 125th celebration planning meeting Oct. 8 A planning meeting will be held Monday, Oct. 8 at 6 p.m. at the Peerless Theatre for anyone interested in helping plan Holyoke’s 125th (quasquicentennial) celebration. Holyoke will celebrate 125 yea...
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  • Oberle takes over as Family Ed afterschool instructor

    Janismarie Oberle is excited to take over as the new aftershool instructor at Phillips County Family Education Services. “Hopefully we can make a positive impact in their lives,” said Oberle, noting what a great opportunity the afterschool center is ...
  • Young Americans back for music workshop, concert

    Get ready because the high-energy, super-talented Young Americans are back in Holyoke this weekend for their exciting 2012 International Music Outreach Tour. The Young Americans company of 40 staff, singers and dancers will present a three-day workshop p...
  • Tomky earns two National Newspaper Association awards

    The Holyoke Enterprise was among the winners in the 2012 National Newspaper Association’s Better Newspaper Advertising Contest. Darci Tomky, ad designer at the Enterprise, won second place for her full-page “Holiday Extravaganza” ad for Holyoke’s...
  • Law flexibility allows Holyoke School District Re-1J to reconsider zero tolerance policies

    With the recent discipline bill that removed zero tolerance policy requirements in the State of Colorado, Holyoke School District’s Board of Education is taking a look at local school district policies. Six policies involving a zero tolerance philosoph...
  • Start the day out right by joining the Walking School Bus

    Why not start out the day with a healthy choice? Holyoke School District Health Advisory Committee has been hard at work studying current practices within the district that support fitness and nutrition standards. The Walking School Bus started last scho...
  • Klein qualifies for state

    Four HHS golfers traveled to Boulder Country Club Thursday, Sept. 20 to participate in the Class 3A Northern Regional golf tournament. HHS senior Deyten Klein shot an 82 to secure his place in the 84-player state championship field. The Class 3A state g...
  • Holyoke Dragons run right past Cornerstone Christian Academy

    HHS improves to 2-2, first back-to-back wins since 2008It was all Holyoke Saturday night, Sept. 22 as the Dragon football team ran right past Cornerstone Christian Academy 55-0 in Westminster. “It was a very good win for the kids,” coach John Zilla s...
  • Dragons add another win

    Holyoke High School volleyball team continued its strong 2012 season with a win at Peetz Tuesday, Sept. 18. They won in three sets, 25-20, 25-22 and 27-25. Coach Michelle Vieselmeyer said it seems like they always get a slow start, especially in the Tue...
  • Softball plays hard at Yuma

    The Lady Dragon softball team suffered two losses at Yuma last Saturday, Sept. 22. However, “minus one inning in both games against Yuma, the Dragons played to the level they were capable of playing,” said coach Ashley Clayton. “It was really nice ...
  • School menu

    Oct. 1-5 Elementary Breakfast Monday, Oct. 1: Breakfast burrito or cereal choice with yogurt, fruit cocktail, milk. Tuesday, Oct. 2: Ham and cheese muffin or muffin choice, pears, milk, juice. Wednesday, Oct. 3: Sausage biscuit with gravy or cereal ch...
  • I'm Just Cookin'

    Fire up, Dragons: It’s Homecoming time!I have a very serious confession to make: I love puns. Really, I love everything about them. They are just so “punny,” I don’t know how you couldn’t love them! I think this obsession of mine must have deve...
  • Colorado students invited to enter radon poster contest

    Colorado students have until Oct. 31 to put their creative talents to work promoting awareness of the risks of indoor radon by participating in the 2013 National Radon Poster Contest. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s radon pro...
  • Oct. Meet & Eat Menu

    Monday, Oct. 1—Lasagna rotini, bean medley, tossed salad with dressing, French bread, fruit cocktail. Tuesday, Oct. 2—Scalloped potatoes with ham, country mix vegetables, whole wheat roll, apple. Wednesday, Oct. 3—Split pea soup, carrifruit salad,...
  • National Megan’s Law helpline is available

    The National Megan’s Law Helpline 888-ASK-PFML 888-275-7365, is available to provide support to communities: on issues related to accessing sex offender registration information; responsible use of information; sexual abuse prevention resources; and acc...
  • Colorado congressmen scrutinize EAGLE-Net’s broadband service

    Colorado Congressmen Cory Gardner, Scott Tipton, Mike Coffman and Doug Lamborn are asking for clarification on the goals and activities of the EAGLE-Net Alliance, a government entity intended to “bring high-speed Internet to every public school in Color...
  • No Farm Bill before November election

    Consideration of the national Farm Bill in the United States House has been put off until after the November election, putting many agriculture programs on hold. The House of Representatives did, however, recently approve a continuing resolution to fund t...
  • Gov. Hickenlooper authorizes relief

    Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Sunday, Sept. 23 he signed an executive order to suspend permits necessary to authorize transports of large baled hay or baled livestock feed which may exceed lawful maximum height. “Large areas of Colorado have experie...
  • Drought-damaged forage options offered

    Drought, along with hail, wind, heat and other factors, has left some corn yields extremely low across the state. However, damaged corn often can be fed to livestock for forage. Silage, green chop hay and grazing all can work to help capture the corn cro...