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  • Students invited to enter 2015 national radon poster contest

    Colorado students have until Oct. 31 to put their creativity to work promoting awareness of indoor radon risks by participating in the 2015 National Radon Poster Contest. The contest, designed to raise awareness for radon testing and inform people of the...
  • Football game Ice Bucket Challenge to honor Tim Gribben, Rudy Award

    In memory of a 1979 HHS grad, a passionate football player and coach, and someone who lived every day to the fullest, a special ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been issued. Tim Gribben, who died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis July 27, 2009, at the age of ...
  • Football game Ice Bucket Challenge to honor Tim Gribben, Rudy Award

    In memory of a 1979 HHS grad, a passionate football player and coach, and someone who lived every day to the fullest, a special ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been issued. Tim Gribben, who died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis July 27, 2009, at the age of ...
  • 4-inch gushing rain leaves its mark

    Rainfall threatened off and on all day Wednesday, Aug. 27, in Holyoke, with sporadic sprinkles and sudden downpours throughout the day. But when the rain started in earnest about 8 p.m., it came fast and hard and didn’t let up for more than two hours. ...
  • 4-inch gushing rain leaves its mark

    Rainfall threatened off and on all day Wednesday, Aug. 27, in Holyoke, with sporadic sprinkles and sudden downpours throughout the day. But when the rain started in earnest about 8 p.m., it came fast and hard and didn’t let up for more than two hours. ...
  • Diabetes clinic to offer added attention to public needs

    Patient care and attention is obviously a top priority of any health care system, and the East Phillips County Hospital District is paying particular attention through diabetes education. At the Tuesday, Aug. 26, board meeting, hospital administrator Joh...
  • Diabetes clinic to offer added attention to public needs

    Patient care and attention is obviously a top priority of any health care system, and the East Phillips County Hospital District is paying particular attention through diabetes education. At the Tuesday, Aug. 26, board meeting, hospital administrator Joh...
  • Around Town

    Free movies set for cancer patients Cancer patients (past and present), survivors, caretakers and family are invited to a free movie afternoon Saturday, Sept. 6, from 2-4 p.m. at the Peerless Theatre. Movies include “Pride and Prejudice,” “Ma and P...
  • Free concert shines light on human trafficking

    “The dream is to record a collection of melodies that will cut through the darkness like lasers to remind our souls of freedom,” said Remedy Drive frontman David Zach. “We are releasing these songs of freedom to shine a light on the trafficking of h...
  • Colorado’s plains explored on ‘Ride Around the Rockies’ trip

    Colorado is known for its beautiful Rocky Mountains, but what else can be found in this state? Brothers Bob and Jim Devereux are on a quest to find out. From Aug. 20-29, the two embarked on a trip they’ve dubbed “Ride Around the Rockies.” They are...
  • Nelson leads Dragon golfers at Kurtis Huss Memorial Inv.

    HHS junior Xander Nelson once again led the Dragon golfers by turning in the varsity team’s low score of 96 in the Kurtis Huss Memorial Holyoke Invitational Thursday, Aug. 21. Brush won the varsity tourney with a 256, followed by Holyoke with 296, Yuma...
  • HHS FB aims for strong year with experience

    Looking forward to everyone on the roster having a big season, the Holyoke High School football team also has some big challenges ahead. A few weeks of hard work in practice and a team scrimmage last week show that the players are hungry to kickoff the ...
  • V-ball girls hit the court with young team, focused seniors

    Returning letterwinners for the 2014 HHS volleyball season are pictured from left, Peyton Dittmer, Kaylee Ham, Adi Bencomo, Megan Vieselmeyer, Jentry Andersen and Megan Parker.—Enterprise photoA young team, a heavy road schedule, and a more focused defe...
  • Softball team 12 strong as season opens

    Twelve Dragons are on the HHS softball team roster, and new head coach Sherman Kage is thrilled with the turnout. Anticipating that the numbers would be lower, Kage said he is ecstatic about the 12-member team. The Dragon season opens this Saturday, Aug....
  • Dragon Fan Club revives local PP&K

    First-place winners in Holyoke’s Punt, Pass & Kick contest are pictured from left, front row, Brandon Bustillos, Hannah Keith, Wyatt Sprague and Adi Goldenstein; and back row, Miles Sprague, Lauren Herman, Blake Mosenteen and Tyler Lamm. The event w...
  • Rainout recorded at Phillips Co. Raceway

    While heat races were completed Saturday, Aug. 23, main events were rained out at Phillips County Raceway in Holyoke. As a result, a double feature is planned at the Raceway’s season finale Saturday, Sept. 13. Action will open with the Aug. 23 rained-o...
  • Hospice hosts golf benefit

    Hospice of the Plains is hosting its 15th annual charity golf tournament Saturday, Aug. 30, at the Wray Golf Course. It is a two-person scramble shotgun start beginning at 9 a.m. The per-person entry fee includes golf towel, scrumptious BBQ ribs, homemad...
  • Test scores, accreditation released

    Holyoke School District’s 2014 Transitional Colorado Assessment Program results for reading, writing and math have been released. The subjects of science and social studies are part of the Colorado Measures of Academic Success given for the first time i...
  • Holyoke on safest cities list

    Holyoke was ranked No. 7 in the SafeWise “30 Safest Cities in Colorado” list that was released this week. To compile this report, SafeWise used the most recent FBI crime data from 2012 to analyze and rank these cities, which all have a minimum popula...
  • Subscription renewal scams reported

    Bogus subscription renewal notices for various publications are being sent out, and residents are cautioned to beware. Holyoke resident Robert Jacobs received four such notices for various magazine and newsletter subscriptions. One publication had a tre...