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  • HHS JV/C girls 0-3 at end of last week

    Following their victory in St. Francis, Kan., last Monday, junior varsity Lady Dragons could not earn any more victories throughout the week. The girls lost to Wray 29-61 Thursday, Feb. 12, and fell to Chase County, Neb., Friday, Feb. 13. Holyoke C team g...
  • People don’t fear what they don’t know

    Diseases make comeback as vaccinations declineThe recent measles outbreak in the U.S. is no surprise to those of us in public health, but it is completely unnecessary and most certainly disappointing. We can focus on measles; the fact that it’s one of ...
  • Extension Corner

    The importance of Meat Quality Assurance Imagine the most tender, juicy steak you can think of. Or maybe a delicious pork chop. As you’re thinking of these two mouth-watering cuts of meat, ask yourself, was the animal that this meat came from raised in...
  • It's the Pitts

    Long live the cow Some market reports show bred heifers selling for $2,700 and young pairs fetching $3,300. And these are commercial cattle! I remember when a whole Gooseneck load of them wouldn’t bring that! These prices are giving cattlemen problems...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoFeb. 18, 2010 Sprague brothers Gage, age 6, and Alec, age 7, sons of Alan and Emma Sprague of Holyoke, will be heading to Orlando, Fla., in July to perform in the Disney talent show at Walt Disney World. The Holyoke Enterprise’s new E-ed...
  • Past meets the present

    A century-old legacy will live on with future generations after the installation of a bell at First Baptist Church in Holyoke Tuesday, Feb. 10. According to church records, the large bell, approximately 36 inches in diameter, made its home in the belfry ...
  • Past meets the present

    A century-old legacy will live on with future generations after the installation of a bell at First Baptist Church in Holyoke Tuesday, Feb. 10. According to church records, the large bell, approximately 36 inches in diameter, made its home in the belfry ...
  • Re-1J dist. supt. finalists named

    Four finalists have been named for the Holyoke School District Re-1J superintendent position which will have a July 1 start date. The four finalists include Budd Buchmann, director of the Twin Peaks Charter Academy in Longmont; Dianna Chrisman, Sterling ...
  • Re-1J dist. supt. finalists named

    Four finalists have been named for the Holyoke School District Re-1J superintendent position which will have a July 1 start date. The four finalists include Budd Buchmann, director of the Twin Peaks Charter Academy in Longmont; Dianna Chrisman, Sterling ...
  • How busy is too busy?

    Balance is key when discussing the pros and cons of extracurricular activitiesThe alarm clock goes off far too early, and he’s out the door before he’s even fully awake. An hour of choir practice is already in the books before the school bell rings at...
  • How busy is too busy?

    Balance is key when discussing the pros and cons of extracurricular activitiesThe alarm clock goes off far too early, and he’s out the door before he’s even fully awake. An hour of choir practice is already in the books before the school bell rings at...
  • Holyoke creates soccer program

    With over 115 Holyoke youth participating in soccer in Sterling and Julesburg last year, it has been deemed a very popular sport. As a result, a Holyoke Soccer Program has been created and is ready to roll for the 2015 season. Area coordinators are work...
  • Holyoke creates soccer program

    With over 115 Holyoke youth participating in soccer in Sterling and Julesburg last year, it has been deemed a very popular sport. As a result, a Holyoke Soccer Program has been created and is ready to roll for the 2015 season. Area coordinators are work...
  • Around Town

    Schedule blood draws now Blood draws prior to the Melissa Memorial Hospital health fair are set for Monday-Friday, March 2-6 and 9-13, from 6-9 a.m. at SunSet View community center. Call 970-854-2110. Scholarships are also available. Call 970-854-2241, ...
  • Brandt to swim at state

    Powering through conference finals Saturday, Feb. 7, for a personal best time, HHS junior Dani Brandt has qualified for the 4A state girls’ swimming championships in the 50-yard freestyle event. This is the first time a Holyoke girls’ team swimmer ha...
  • Library fence restoration begins

    City Superintendent Mark Brown described to the Holyoke City Council at the Tuesday, Feb. 3, meeting how the fence restoration at the Heginbotham Library has begun. Materials were recently purchased from Holyoke General Store, including new gates for the...
  • Survey to assess child care needs

    After a community dialogue meeting, a survey has been prepared to assess the needs of child care in Holyoke. Organizers are determining if a community child care center and/or additional licensed child care home providers are a necessity. Anyone who has ...
  • 2 duals heads HHS into regionals

    Dragon wrestlers traveled to Akron for dual action Tuesday, Feb. 3, and hosted Wray Thursday, Feb. 5, for the final action before the regional tournament Friday and Saturday, Feb. 13-14, at NJC in Sterling. Originally scheduled to compete in the Eaton Du...
  • Dragon boys fall to Caliche after foul trouble in overtime

    Facing a fast and focused Caliche team Friday, Feb. 6, Holyoke’s varsity basketball boys hosted the Buffs in a tight ball game that stretched into overtime. The Dragons fell with a final score of 59-64. After trailing 20-22 at halftime, Holyoke rallied...
  • HHS scores win in St. Francis

    Coming off the weekend loss to Caliche, Dragon varsity basketball boys earned a win Monday, Feb. 9, in St. Francis, Kan., beating the Indians 72-59. Holyoke grabbed the early lead and continued to build on it throughout the game, leading 40-25 at halftim...