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  • 5 Dragons in the Big Show

    State qualifying HHS wrestlers and their coaches are pictured from left, front row, Cade Garrison, Mark Edmonds, Skyler DIttmer, Chad Stroh and Luke Garrett; and back row, Coach Jack Garrison, Coach Duane Stroh and Coach Dusty McConnell.   ...
  • Dragons paste up three more Ws; end regular season at Wiggins

    Evan Swanson heads for the hoop in Holyoke’s win over Fleming last Thursday. The game marked the last regular-season contest on the home court.  —Enterprise photoCheck out the Enterprise's new E-edition available online to see more Dragon sports c...
  • Girls beat Fleming in thrilling double overtime game

    Kaylee Groshans goes up for a basket in Holyoke’s varsity win over Fleming last Thursday. Designated as a Pink Zone game, the HHS girls were dressed in white uniforms, trimmed in pink, to raise awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Extra money ...
  • Music Parents keep music alive in Holyoke schools

    Whether it’s the first squeaks on a clarinet or a large-scale musical theater production, music plays a huge role in Holyoke schools, and the Music Parents Association is there to support the music program each step of the way. Having been active suppo...
  • Credit Union reports positive year

    Another solid year was reported by staff and members at the Holyoke and Imperial Community Federal Credit Union Meeting held Monday, Feb. 15. Annual numbers and updates for 2009 at Holyoke Community Federal Credit Union (HCFCU) were presented to members. ...
  • Thirteen inducted into HHS Nat'l Honor Society

    Thirteen HHS students were inducted into the school’s National Honor Society chapter in a Monday, Feb. 15 ceremony. Those selected for their academic, service, leadership and character qualities are pictured from left, front row, seniors Brittany Durbi...
  • Don't forget to subscribe to the Enterprise's E-edition

    Paid online subscriptions begin the first week of March. Get the E-edition on your computer for only $29.50/year! Call the Enterprise at 970-854-2811 to set up your account with an email address, username and password.Web surfers check the weather online,...
  • Don't forget to subscribe to the Enterprise's E-edition

    Paid online subscriptions begin the first week of March. Get the E-edition on your computer for only $29.50/year! Call the Enterprise at 970-854-2811 to set up your account with an email address, username and password.Web surfers check the weather online,...
  • Daise demonstrates life-long devotion to wrestling

    Whether it was pinning his opponent, coaching high school athletes or keeping the time clock, wrestling has always been a part of life for Gene Daise. “If you enjoy it, do it!” said Daise, and from the passion evident in his voice, he certainly enjoy...
  • Daise demonstrates life-long devotion to wrestling

    Whether it was pinning his opponent, coaching high school athletes or keeping the time clock, wrestling has always been a part of life for Gene Daise. “If you enjoy it, do it!” said Daise, and from the passion evident in his voice, he certainly enjoy...
  • PV Community Center floods

    Sub-zero temperatures during the second week of December are believed to be the culprit in the flooding of the Pleasant Valley Community Center building southeast of Holyoke. Members of the board discovered a moldy and wet mess in the building sometime a...
  • PV Community Center floods

    Sub-zero temperatures during the second week of December are believed to be the culprit in the flooding of the Pleasant Valley Community Center building southeast of Holyoke. Members of the board discovered a moldy and wet mess in the building sometime a...
  • Sprague boys advance to Disney World

    Having the opportunity to go to Disney World is every kid’s dream, but to go to Disney World with the chance of winning $52,000 is a little higher up on the wish list. For Sprague brothers Gage, age 6 and Alec, 7 of Holyoke, the trip is locked up, now ...
  • Sprague boys advance to Disney World

    Having the opportunity to go to Disney World is every kid’s dream, but to go to Disney World with the chance of winning $52,000 is a little higher up on the wish list. For Sprague brothers Gage, age 6 and Alec, 7 of Holyoke, the trip is locked up, now ...
  • Vehicle purchased for Holyoke PD

    Holyoke Police Department vehicles were evaluated, and City Council members approved the purchase of a 2008 Dodge Dakota pickup for HPD at their Feb. 2 meeting. Police Chief Phil Biersdorfer said two of the vehicles they use now need to be replaced or ma...
  • Boy Scouting hits century mark

    Feb. 8 marked the 100th anniversary for Boy Scouting in America. Scouting has been around Holyoke for 73 years. The Holyoke Boy Scout charter sponsored by the American Legion was signed Jan. 18, 1937. The scouting program in Holyoke has seen lower numbe...
  • Holyoke included in Race to the Top Fund application

    While Holyoke School District hasn’t exactly signed on, it isn’t missing out on the opportunity to potentially be included in Race to the Top federal funds for education. Supt. Bret Miles explained the Race to the Top program at the Feb. 2 local scho...
  • Scoop'n the News

    Young Americans impact Holyoke Holyoke was blasted with a burst of energy last week. From the minute they stepped off the bus and into the homes and hearts of Holyoke, close to 40 Young Americans were spreading good will and optimism throughout the comm...
  • Reader provides thoughts on whistles

    Dear Editor: I was deeply sorrowed to read that Holyoke was discontinuing some of the sirens. I realize that they can be loud, and no, I do not live there anymore. But I miss them and wish I could hear them. They are part of the charm that makes Holyoke...
  • It's the Pitts

    The missing middle The middle class has gone missing in this country. In America today it seems like we have the super wealthy and we have the poor, with the middle class nowhere to be found. People are either living in million dollar mansions or in appl...