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Mammography tech Megan Garrett is excited to now have the 3D capabilities available from the Siemens Healthineers MAMMOMAT Revelation. The new machine was installed at Melissa Memorial Hospital last week. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Holyoke Chamber of Commerce members get a firsthand look at the new Center of Innovation in the former Holyoke JR/SR High School library. Modern tables and chairs, interactive whiteboards, laptops, a virtual reality station, a 3D printer and school supplies perfect for collaboration will be utilized not only by students and teachers but also by families and business people. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Steve Bahnsen has been in the grain business 54 years, 28 of which he spent as general manager of Paoli Co-op. His last day will be Oct. 2, and he plans to travel with his wife, Linda, in his retirement. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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Mary Lou and Dick Lebsack were honored to have their family recognized for having a Centennial Farm, as it has been operated by members of their family for 100 years. They are pictured standing in front of the original house that was completed in 1928. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

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HHS qualifiers for the league and regional golf tournaments are pictured from left, Tristen Ferguson, Ethan Johnson, Mason Vernon and Ty Dirks. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Local

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Mammography tech Megan Garrett is excited to now have the 3D capabilities available from the Siemens Healthineers MAMMOMAT Revelation. The new machine was installed at Melissa Memorial Hospital last week. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Melissa Memorial Hospital is advancing the fight against breast cancer with innovative technology designed to overcome barriers to detection and compliance.

Holyoke City Council tabled an ordinance Sept. 15 that would prohibit the keeping of livestock within the corporate limits of the city.

Holyoke City Council approved the purchase of a firetruck from Del Norte Fire Department in a special meeting Sept. 21.

Sports

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HHS qualifiers for the league and regional golf tournaments are pictured from left, Tristen Ferguson, Ethan Johnson, Mason Vernon and Ty Dirks. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

HHS boys golf for 2020 ended in regional action at Boomerang Links in Greeley on Monday, Sept.

On again, off again, on again. The status of high school football this fall keeps changing, but as of Wednesday evening, Sept. 16, the sport was approved for Season A.

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Third grader Kree McConachie slips around a couple of boys on the Haxtun defense as he carries the ball down the field. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

It might have been the beautiful September weather, or it might have been excitement for fall football amid a pandemic. Either way, family and friends were out in full force Thursday, Sept.

Ag & Business

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Steve Bahnsen has been in the grain business 54 years, 28 of which he spent as general manager of Paoli Co-op. His last day will be Oct. 2, and he plans to travel with his wife, Linda, in his retirement. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Steve Bahnsen’s last day as general manager of Paoli Co-op, a post he has held for the last 28 years, will be Oct. 2, after which he will retire.

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Mary Lou and Dick Lebsack were honored to have their family recognized for having a Centennial Farm, as it has been operated by members of their family for 100 years. They are pictured standing in front of the original house that was completed in 1928. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

A century can bring a multitude of changes, but for the Lebsack (Dirks) family of Holyoke, one thing hasn’t changed: Their farm has been run by members of their family for 100 years.

With the goal to transition to a new, permanent full-time pastor, Rick Reitz is filling in as the interim pastor at First Baptist Church in Holyoke.

School

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Holyoke Chamber of Commerce members get a firsthand look at the new Center of Innovation in the former Holyoke JR/SR High School library. Modern tables and chairs, interactive whiteboards, laptops, a virtual reality station, a 3D printer and school supplies perfect for collaboration will be utilized not only by students and teachers but also by families and business people. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications

Holyoke JR/SR High School took a giant leap into the future with the debut of a Center of Innovation at the start of the 2020-21 school year.

Moving forward to secure financing for Holyoke School District’s $1.3 million energy performance contract was approved by the Re-1J Board of Education at its Sept. 15 meeting.

A lot of things have changed in 2020, but one thing still going strong is Dragon pride at the Holyoke JR/SR High School.

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