Holton city employee Corey Schuetz is shown above on Thursday, April 21, hanging a patriotic banner honoring Glen L. Hurst in front of the Holton Post Office. City crew members took advantage of the nice weather last week to hang some of the banners. A total of 96 banners will be hung as part of phase one of the project, it was reported. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Holton city employee Corey Schuetz is shown above on Thursday, April 21, hanging a patriotic banner honoring Glen L. Hurst in front of the Holton Post Office.
In the photo above, Kansas House Representative Randy Garber (R-Sabetha) is shown at right listening to a question by Barbara Hutchinson of Circleville (at left) during the Legislative Forum held in Holton on April 2.
Despite the Kansas House of Representatives not adjourning until after 1 a.m. on Saturday morning, Reps. Francis Awerkamp (R-St.
Holton High School graduating seniors (from left to right) Macey Gross, Grace Gallagher, Sadie Walker and Taylor Moore gathered around a cell phone to check the quality of a group photo taken just before they and their classmates went through commencement ceremonies on Saturday in the HHS gym.
April Lemon of More Than Lemons is shown above with some of the glass orbs that she created and will be hidden throughout public places in Jackson County this summer to boost tourism. The first round of 34 orbs will be hidden Memorial Day weekend for people to find, keep and register with the Holton/ Jackson County Chamber of Commerce.
Holton city employee Corey Schuetz is shown above on Thursday, April 21, hanging a patriotic banner honoring Glen L. Hurst in front of the Holton Post Office. City crew members took advantage of the nice weather last week to hang some of the banners. A total of 96 banners will be hung as part of phase one of the project, it was reported. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Holton High School students and their dates got the red carpet treatment as they arrived Saturday evening at The Courtyard Events Center for the 2022 HHS prom. Here, a stretch limousine carried HHS students (from left to right) Andy Kimberlin, Becca Robertson, Carter Meerpohl, Tymber Klahr, Noah Bartel, Lillyan Kimberlin, Jace Huyett and Katina Bartel to the prom. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Kids of all ages visited Hoyt City Park the Saturday before Easter for an Easter egg hunt, held by the Hoyt Livewires 4-H Club. After kids finished their hunts, they stopped off to survey what they’d found. Five-year-old Austin Davis is shown with his haul.
In the photo above, Kansas House Representative Randy Garber (R-Sabetha) is shown at right listening to a question by Barbara Hutchinson of Circleville (at left) during the Legislative Forum held in Holton on April 2.
Holton High School graduating seniors (from left to right) Macey Gross, Grace Gallagher, Sadie Walker and Taylor Moore gathered around a cell phone to check the quality of a group photo taken just before they and their classmates went through commencement ceremonies on Saturday in the HHS gym.
As graduating Holton High School senior Cooper Sheldon put it, he and his classmates have become “experts at learning” during their school years — not just in class, but in life, as those in attendance at Saturday’s HHS commencement ceremony noted. “For all the victories, there were plenty of...
Traffic tickets and other police citations will soon be issued in Holton using an electronic ticketing system instead of traditional paper tickets, according to action taken on Monday by the Holton City Commission. Commissioners approved a “pay-for-use” contract with Saltus Technologies of Tulsa,...
The deadline for local candidates to file for the upcoming primary and general elections is noon on Wednesday, June 1, at the Jackson County Clerk’s Office on the second floor of the Jackson County Courthouse. The primary election is Aug. 2 and the general election is Nov. 8. Locally, the first...
Shawna Miller is resigning from her position as Jackson County Attorney after about 14 years. Her last day will be June 1.  Miller, a Republican, was first elected to the position during the 2008 general election. Her current term expires at the end of 2024. She served as the assistant county from...

Sports

Jackson Heights senior Jason Bosley (No. 22 in the white jersey) is shown attempting a jumpshot during the Cobras' recent game against ACCHS.
The Jackson Heights High School boys basketball team was unable to overcome a second-quarter explosion from the ACCHS Tigers and ended up with a 50-36 home court loss. “We started out well in...

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