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Mark Meusborn, at left, gives a high-five to Buna Dahal during her presentation to the Holyoke Lions Club Thursday, Oct. 10. The two became acquainted at the national convention of the National Federation of the Blind several years ago. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Above, the Lady Dragon softball team lines up for the national anthem. Pictured from left are coach Sherman Kage, coach Kendra Schlachter, Skyler Lundgren, Jimena Nuñez, Aliyah Engle, Haley Van Overbeke, Lali Marquez, Lauren Bergner, Rylee Oakley, Rylee Lundgren, manager Parker Steggs and manager Jessie Owens. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Scheunemann’s Department Store at 105 S. Interocean Ave. in Holyoke drew a huge crowd Saturday, Oct. 12, when fixtures, merchandise and Scheunemann family heirlooms were on the auction ticket for the day. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Local

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Mark Meusborn, at left, gives a high-five to Buna Dahal during her presentation to the Holyoke Lions Club Thursday, Oct. 10. The two became acquainted at the national convention of the National Federation of the Blind several years ago. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

In 1925 with a crowd of people in front of her, Helen Keller gave a challenge at the Lions Clubs International Convention.

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In the years that Roger Gordon had an office in Grant, Nebraska, mounts like this mule deer lined the walls.

Roger Gordon had the kind of childhood you don’t often hear about anymore. In the years since then, his life has followed a similar pattern.

Registered voters in Phillips County should be receiving their ballots in the mail right about now. To be counted, they must be received by the county clerk by Tuesday, Nov. 5, at 7 p.m.

Sports

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Above, the Lady Dragon softball team lines up for the national anthem. Pictured from left are coach Sherman Kage, coach Kendra Schlachter, Skyler Lundgren, Jimena Nuñez, Aliyah Engle, Haley Van Overbeke, Lali Marquez, Lauren Bergner, Rylee Oakley, Rylee Lundgren, manager Parker Steggs and manager Jessie Owens. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Simply put, the Dragon softball team showed up when it counted.

Holyoke-Burlington matchups on the gridiron have ended in Cougar victories for the past five years, but the visiting Dragons ended that streak Oct. 11 with a 35-18 win.

There was no question who was queen of the court in Burlington last Friday, Oct. 24.

Ag & Business

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Scheunemann’s Department Store at 105 S. Interocean Ave. in Holyoke drew a huge crowd Saturday, Oct. 12, when fixtures, merchandise and Scheunemann family heirlooms were on the auction ticket for the day. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

A few fixtures on the main floor and other items in the basement, office and storerooms are all that remain at Scheunemann’s Department Store at 105 S. Interocean  Ave.

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Jerry Haynes shared this photo of his mom, Emily Haynes, riding in a combine during corn harvest. The 95-year-old also helped drill wheat and bale hay earlier this year.

Corn harvest is just getting started for local farmers.

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With a forecast for the first freeze of the season looming, Pumpkins and More A-Maiz-ing Farm spent last week preparing for the inevitable, and in the process, saw the kind of community support tha

School

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Margaret Ochoa, J.D., child sexual abuse prevention specialist from the Colorado School Safety Resource Center, interacts with youth as they answer questions at her “Safety in the Age of Social Media” presentation at the school last Thursday evening. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Gaming and social media were clearly areas that kids in the Holyoke audience were well aware of at the Oct. 10 presentation of “Safety in the Age of Social Media.”

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From left, Justin Clayton, Chas Lengfelder, Summer Maloney and Dustin W. Sprague.

Four candidates are running for the four open seats on the Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education. They will all be elected to four-year terms in the Nov. 5 election.

Five students at Holyoke High School scored among the top business students nationwide on rigorous exams to test their business knowledge.

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