The Howe Bulldogs 3rd and 4th grade team are entering the playoffs next week. They’ve won 16 of their last 17 games and are looking for more.
Yesterday at the Hurricane Creek Rotary Club meeting, Dr. Paul Westmoreland gave a detailed insight on Ebola and other viral competitors that put humans at risk. A detailed article with his opinions and information will be in Monday’s edition of the Howe Enterprise.
14 years ago today, Howe lost a really good guy – Dickie Thornhill
Photos by Michelle Carney
The Howe Enterprise mistakenly ran the wrong price for Sonic’s Halloween special. It’s $.50 for Corn Dogs on Halloween, not $1. The Howe Enterprise sincerely apologizes for the mistake.
9:30 a.m. – The raising of the tent celebration.
5:00 p.m. – The first show (tickets are $13 for adult and $7 for kids)
7:30 p.m. – The second show (tickets are $13 for adult and $7 for kids)
Jones Park – east of First Baptist Church Howe on East Davis Street. Take Davis Street over the railroad tracks until it dead-ends.
This event is a fundraiser for Keep Howe Beautiful and a significant portion of the money goes for beautification purposes in Howe.
Local artist Jordan Streetman started the downtown mural at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon.