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  • Health Fair to be held Saturday

    East Phillips County Hospital District will host its annual health fair Saturday, March 19 from 9 a.m. to noon at Holyoke High School. Those who had their blood drawn will be able to pick up their lab results and visit with a provider about them that day...
  • Community Night is next Monday

    To get a taste of Holyoke’s many fine businesses and organizations, the community is invited to Holyoke Chamber of Commerce’s 28th Annual Community Night Monday, March 21 at Holyoke High School. From 5:30-8 p.m. community members can visit informatio...
  • Community Night is next Monday

    To get a taste of Holyoke’s many fine businesses and organizations, the community is invited to Holyoke Chamber of Commerce’s 28th Annual Community Night Monday, March 21 at Holyoke High School. From 5:30-8 p.m. community members can visit informatio...
  • Scoop'n the News

    It's a brand new season—good luck, girlsPost season basketball is a season all its own, I was once told by a veteran coach. The record begins anew. Holyoke’s Lady Dragon basketball team is proving that point this season as they enter the 2A state tou...
  • McCallums are looking forward to see what the future holds

    A jet lagged family touched down at DIA in Denver just over three weeks ago. They were coming back from an exhausting trip to Germany—one the whole town of Holyoke helped them take. Gary and Andrea McCallum spent the first two weeks of February in Düs...
  • 23-year-old Kurtis Huss battles cancer

    “There were several things that went through my head when I found out I had cancer. First and foremost was disbelief because I didn’t believe that I—a 23-year-old—could have cancer,” said Kurtis Huss who was diagnosed with stage 3-C testicular c...
  • Third graders tie school and Holyoke together

    Students in Lynn Schneider and John Baumgartner’s third-grade classes have been busy learning about Holyoke during their social studies classes at Holyoke Elementary. Holyoke City Council members visited with the students Monday, March 7 about city gove...
  • Bands and choirs fill the air with fine music

    From Itsy Bitsy Spider to a lively Beatles medley, the HHS auditorium was alive with music Thursday, March 3 at the annual Music Parents Smorgasbord Concert. A successful smorgasbord fund raiser meal was served at the elementary school prior to the eveni...
  • Statz Music Smorgasbord assistance is in 4th decade

    Linda Statz was introduced to the Music Parents Smorgasbord in the mid-1970s when her oldest child, Chip, was a fifth-grade band student. Thirty-five years later, she’s still donating her time as the official dishwasher for the fund raiser that benefit...
  • Holyoke School Book Fair features homepage online

    An online purchasing option is just one new aspect of this year’s Book Fair at Holyoke Elementary School. Library aide Kandice Kramer is excited about the March 14-18 in-school fair, as well as the March 11-21 online book fair. Parents can send order ...
  • Airport beacon vandalized

    Vandalism at Holyoke Municipal Airport will cost the city roughly $800, according to City Supt. Mark Brown. Brown reported at the March 1 City Council meeting that someone shot out a lens of the airport beacon. The entire unit was lowered by city workers...
  • A house to come home to

    An old story paints a picture of a little girl walking along a beach with thousands of stranded starfish on the sand. Again and again, the child bends over, picks up a starfish and throws it back into the water. Finally, an onlooker points out it’s an ...
  • HHS seniors prepare for life after graduation

    By the time students reach the all important senior year of high school, big choices need to be made for what life will be like after receiving their high school diploma. At HHS, seniors are busy filling out scholarship applications, applying to colleges...
  • Warmer weather gets the green thumbs twitching

    With the area experiencing a couple of nice days over the past few weeks, the green thumbs in town were surely itching. CSU Extension horticulturist Linda Langelo said it’s time to start thinking about getting involved with the community garden in Holy...
  • Colorado FSA to celebrate National Agriculture Day

    National Ag Day will be recognized March 15 in Colorado. “Agriculture is an important part of our daily lives and is often taken for granted, but in these uncertain times, it should be remembered that American Agriculture is not only important for obvi...
  • CO collaboration award will offer $50,000 to nonprofits

    A diverse group of Colorado funders have made a commitment to award $50,000 to a nonprofit collaborative that exemplifies excellence and impact. Based on the national Collaboration Prize created by the Lodestar Foundation, the Colorado award will recogniz...
  • Truck safety meeting scheduled in Yuma

    Yuma County Farm Bureau welcomes people to join fellow farmers, ranchers and truckers for a free informational meeting on Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) truck safety regulations starting at 10 a.m. and continuing after lunch, Tuesday, March ...
  • Flu season isn't over yet, practice good hygiene

    While this year’s flu season has peaked in parts of Colorado, including the Denver metropolitan area, the disease still is circulating and just now peaking in other parts of the state. Practicing prevention against the disease still is key. Joni Reynol...
  • Fact or Fiction? Near murder committed in S.P. Box Car

    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. On a Sabbath afternoon in June, last...
  • Wet roads cause minor accident

    Wet and slick roads caused a minor accident three miles east of Holyoke on Highway 6 Friday morning, March 4. A Trinidad Benham semi truck diverted traffic for a short period of time after sliding partially off the road. Nearby resident Keith Sagehorn cam...