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  1. Sheri Woods says:

    Hi there. I think a few of the hunters safety dates listed here are wrong. I contacted Gordon and also noticed that listed here is Thursday the 18th. The 18th is a Tuesday. Gordon said there is a class Tues the 18th and Thursday the 13th. i think the 13th is not listed as a class.

    Sheri Woods

  2. Wade Whitman says:

    Can you put a link to my weather website on ENTERPRISE TODAY Please

  3. Wade Whitman says:

    Can you put a link to my new Weather Website Please

  4. Stacie says:

    I just want to thank you for taking the time effort and energy you do for e2day… In particular this week I am grateful for the coverage of the Veterans Day program at Enterprise Elementary. You captured something special. We who attended felt touched and grateful for those in attendance and not in attendance who served us all. We were moved by the voices of the children and we were moved by those Veterans who seemed to be so touched that there are still places and people who understand that without those who are willing to sacrifice all, we all would have so very little.
    You Rock CR and Enterprise2day!!
    Stacie Shurtliff

  5. Gayle L Rohde says:

    CR will you please post in health and events: Enterprise Valley Red Cross Blood Drive will be held on Thursday, March 26th, from 2 P M to 7 P M at the 4th & 5th Ward Multipurpose room. Everyone is encouraged to donate blood, Utah is low in the amount of blood in reserve. You may contact your ward or congregation representative to sign up or call 435-878-2357 leave your name, number and time you can attend.

  6. Jack Holt says:

    Jared Moody has set the cornfest date for August 29th . Thats the last Saturday in August. Thanks

  7. Heidi Lemke says:

    Come out and support your mayor!

    Walk Washington County Mayor’s Walk in Enterprise w/ Mayor Bracken… This Saturday!
    Time: 9:00am
    Start Location: In Parking Lot Behind Church 
    Address: 150 South Center Street, Enterprise, Utah 84725

    Walk Washington County is a great way for you to get out and walk, meet the mayor and learn the history of each town in Southern Utah.  You will get a walking stick on your first walk, and medallions to put on your stick at each town.
    Started by Intermountain Healthcare and continued through the Healthy Dixie Council.
    Come out for a great time! 
    Bring: Walking Gear & Water
    Admission: Free

    Contact: Heidi Lemke @ 435-703-4746

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