The real Independence Day magic begins after sunset when the fireworks show begins, but several organizations have special activities planned to commemorate the holiday earlier in the day as we
Holyoke Police Chief Doug Bergstrom, pictured at right, explains a training scenario to a team of responders during an active shooter exercise at Holyoke High School last Sunday, June 23. Responders are pictured from left, Jordan Fleharty, Andrew Johnson and Carolyn Becker. The group breached the school auditorium, where Bergstrom simulated a pipe bomb explosion by firing a blank round from a shotgun, and medics treated actors presenting with various injuries. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications
As a fog machine pumped smoke into the air, roughly a dozen actors huddled under seats, clutched at imaginary injuries and played dead in the aisles of the Holyoke JR/SR High School auditorium.
Scott Szabo of auditing firm Lauer, Szabo & Associates, PC gave a succinct presentation to Holyoke City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday, June 18, reporting no problems with the City’
Robert Singley spruces up his 1958 Dodge D100 Sweptside pickup truck ahead of judging June 22. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications
Top 15 finishers in the 2019 Dandelion Daze car show are pictured from left, front row, Ron and Connie Mahnken, Trent Blythe, Betty Lee, Randall Fixsen, Steve Andrews, Dan Lewis and Loren Washburn; second row, Keith Mahnken, Roger Blume, Ed Lee, Chris Skipworth, Gail Lewis and Rod Aagesen; and back row, Dale Melton, Sandra and Doug Reinke, Brad McArtor and Scott Schultz. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications
Gearheads flocked to Holyoke last Saturday, June 22, for the 19th Annual Dandelion Daze, where 54 cars and bikes were shown and shined on the lawn of the Phillips County Courthouse.
Deadline is Monday for July 4 Enterprise; office closed