In less than a week, the highly anticipated Great American Eclipse will darken the sky. Some eclipse chasers have had Monday, Aug.
Wiggins, played by Tristen Ferguson, makes a quick run for it with Wainwright’s briefcase — the key to the entire case. — Johnson Publications
A couple of clowns who simply can’t agree on what’s funny kept the audience laughing at last weekend’s production of “Baker Street Irregulars.” Crank, played by Mason Vernon, carries a pole with confidence that the traditional slap-stick acts are hilarious. Jingles, played by Robert Soukup, dodges it, unsure about what’s so funny about him getting hurt all the time. — Johnson Publications
They were constantly told they couldn’t do something because they were just kids or because they were girls, but the Baker Street Irregulars weren’t about to sit back and let the worthless adu
Mothers of Preschoolers is once again organizing in Holyoke, and a get-acquainted ice cream social is scheduled Saturday, Aug. 19, at 2 p.m. at Holyoke City Park.
1907 — This home in Holyoke belonged to Leon and Florence Kepler when this photo was taken in 1907. In 1936, Colver Brothers Hardware, Furniture and Undertaking moved the funeral business there, by then the O.J. Colver residence, from their building at 123 S. Interocean Ave. The home was remodeled, and a funeral chapel was added to the original structure. The building, located at 241 E. Furry St., still serves as a funeral home, currently owned by Baucke Funeral Home. — Source: Phillips County Museum
Five Years Ago
Aug. 16, 2012
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