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  • Dragons take 2 nice wins

        With back-to-back wins at Haxtun and Sedgwick County Dec. 19 and 20, the HHS Lady Dragon varsity basketball team advanced to a 4-2 record for the season.    “These were two very good wins for our team,” said coach Arlan Scholl, noting they n...
  • Dragons take 2 nice wins

        With back-to-back wins at Haxtun and Sedgwick County Dec. 19 and 20, the HHS Lady Dragon varsity basketball team advanced to a 4-2 record for the season.    “These were two very good wins for our team,” said coach Arlan Scholl, noting they n...
  • Two conservation districts form Centennial

        Centennial Conservation District and South Platte Conservation District will join forces to meet the natural resource conservation needs of landowners throughout Logan County and northeastern Weld County.    A special election was held Dec. 2, a...
  • FBLA team hosting Apprenticeship Challenge

        Holyoke FBLA’s Partnership with Business team, Elise Nelson and Megan Colglazier, is once again hosting the Apprenticeship Business Challenge.    This Challenge allows students to get experiences in real-life business situations. This year’s...
  • Arbitrator rules for Nebraska on two key disputes with Kansas

        Talk about a Christmas gift!    That’s what irrigators in the Republican River Basin got with the preliminary decisions from the arbitrator on compact disputes between Nebraska and Kansas.     In preliminary rulings by arbitrator Karl J. Dr...
  • Health is not a condition of matter, but of mind

    Six pack abs andquips about weight loss     I was having a conversation this week with a friend of mine who is getting into great shape and trying to get his abs, or abdominal muscles, to show some muscle definition.     Six pack abs, a chiseled sto...
  • Guest Commentary

        In June 2007, with much coercing and bribery, I attended my first (and last) opera. I chronicled my experience in one of the Enterprise issues that month—no doubt all of you cut it out, framed it or immediately sent it to some literary critic for...
  • Baby Bear Hugs winners named in cash drawing

        Baby Bear Hugs held its third annual Cash for Christmas Raffle Friday, Dec. 12 at the regional office in Yuma. Santa made an early appearance to draw the winning tickets!    The raffle encompasses all nine counties that Baby Bear Hugs serves, an...
  • Tharp, Carper named HM All State football

    Junior Kyle Carper and senior Austin Tharp were listed on the Class 1A Honorable Mention All State football list, which was released by the Denver Post Sunday, Dec. 21.    Carper was cited as a wide receiver and Tharp as quarterback for the Dragons for...
  • Board of Health bids farewell to two long-term members

        Staff from the Northeast Colorado Health Department, as well as board of health members, gathered during the Dec. 17 meeting to bid farewell to fellow board members Chuck Powell and Gene Meisner.    Powell, a Sedgwick County Commissioner, is not...
  • Varsity girls claim two wins before holidays

        HHS girls’ varsity basketball entered the holiday season with back-to-back wins on the road Friday and Saturday, Dec. 19 and 20.    The Lady Dragons defeated Haxtun 57-36 Friday and topped Sedgwick County 43-36 at Ovid Saturday.    Complete...
  • JV, C teams defeat Akron

     HHS girls’ basketball JV and C teams both claimed wins over Akron Tuesday, Dec. 16.  The JV team earned a 42-26 win and the C team won 25-15.   The girls are improving in their game and moving into an interesting season. It will be exciting to ...
  • Lady Dragons lose to Rams in overtime basketball game

     Lady Dragon basketball faced a disappointing 47-45 overtime loss to Akron Tuesday night, Dec. 16. “This was a tough loss for our team,” said coach Arlan Scholl. “The girls played hard and just couldn’t get the win.”  The girls will be off...
  • Dragons remain undefeated with 2 wins before break

        HHS boys’ varsity basketball won two games on the road over the weekend on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 19 and 20, bringing their record at the holiday break to 6-0.    The Dragons soundly beat Haxtun 51-35 Friday, and barely squeaked out the win...
  • Carper, Tharp named HM All State football

        Junior Kyle Carper and senior Austin Tharp were listed on the Class 1A Honorable Mention All State football list, which was released by the Denver Post Sunday, Dec. 21.    Carper was cited as a wide receiver and Tharp as quarterback for the Drag...
  • 2 Dragon wrestlers place in Wray tourney

        Chad Stroh won the 125-lb. bracket and Mark Edmonds finished third at 103 lbs. to mark the only Dragon placewinners in the Dec. 20 Bob Smith Invitational Wrestling Tournament in Wray.    “I didn’t have them prepared to go to Wray, and we pai...
  • Murray’s photo earns spot on magazine cover

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  • FBLA project helps prepare Rural AmeriTowne 6th graders

        Members of the Holyoke Future Business Leaders of America chapter recently joined forces with Rural AmeriTowne to teach the sixth graders, who are planning to attend Rural AmeriTowne in May, business ethics.     Rural AmeriTowne is a mock econom...
  • Rosenbach named Outstanding Conservationist of the Year

        Bruce Rosenbach was honored as the Haxtun Conservation District 2008 Outstanding Conservationist of the Year at the recent Christmas dinner held Tuesday, Dec. 9 at KarDale’s.     This award is one Rosenbach could have easily been recognized fo...
  • It's the Pitts

    Rustling Up Some Grub      I often criticize city folks for having no idea where their food comes from, but recently it came to my attention there are some farmers and ranchers who have no idea how their dinner magically makes its way to the supper ta...