This is the Ed. F. Jones building on the north side of the Holton Town Square.
This fallen tree shown on the north side of Idaho Avenue at Fifth Street in Holton is seen uprooted after last Friday’s ice storm that hit the county. In the aftermath of the storm, the Jackson County landfill is accepting tree limbs and branches for free from all county residents through Feb. 15, and the city of Holton’s brush burn site is open daily until the end of January. (Photo by David Powls)
Top stories in the Wednesday, Jan. 15 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
Holton High School senior Olivia Yingst was among those applying stickers to cases of beer at Holton’s Southside Liquor as part of the “Sticker Shock” campaign, conducted over the school’s holiday break by the Jackson County Communities That Care Coalition and the Jackson County Youth Coalition. The campaign’s intent was to warn adults of the consequences of purchasing alcoholic beverages for minors. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, Jan. 6 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
Teresa Scheidegger (left) stirred the gravy for the mashed potatoes while Kiri Mock (right) made sure the beans were ready to serve at Wednesday’s Community Christmas Dinner at the EUM Family Life Center. Dinner organizer Tammy Elliott said about 200 meals were served at the Family Life Center and 44 meals were delivered for this year’s dinner, a community event since 1985. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Dec. 30, 2019/Jan. 1, 2020 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
USD 337 Royal Valley, in collaboration with the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, hosted the second annual Cultural Heritage Night at Royal Valley High School during the Panthers’ home basketball games against Holton. Here, Dania Wahwassuck of Mayetta, a student at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, danced in traditional regalia during the event. (Photo by Michael Powls)
Top stories in the double issue of The Holton Recorder for the week of Monday, Dec. 23 and Wednesday, Dec. 25 include:
Kindergarten students at Holton Elementary School held up paper plate “snowflakes” during their Christmas concert Tuesday night in the Holton High School auditorium to help illustrate “Snowflake, Snowflake,” one of eight songs the students performed. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Wednesday, Dec. 4 Holton Recorder include:
This fallen tree shown on the north side of Idaho Avenue at Fifth Street in Holton is seen uprooted after last Friday’s ice storm that hit the county. In the aftermath of the storm, the Jackson County landfill is accepting tree limbs and branches for free from all county residents through Feb. 15, and the city of Holton’s brush burn site is open daily until the end of January. (Photo by David Powls)
Holton High School senior Olivia Yingst was among those applying stickers to cases of beer at Holton’s Southside Liquor as part of the “Sticker Shock” campaign, conducted over the school’s holiday break by the Jackson County Communities That Care Coalition and the Jackson County Youth Coalition. The campaign’s intent was to warn adults of the consequences of purchasing alcoholic beverages for minors. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Teresa Scheidegger (left) stirred the gravy for the mashed potatoes while Kiri Mock (right) made sure the beans were ready to serve at Wednesday’s Community Christmas Dinner at the EUM Family Life Center. Dinner organizer Tammy Elliott said about 200 meals were served at the Family Life Center and 44 meals were delivered for this year’s dinner, a community event since 1985. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
USD 337 Royal Valley, in collaboration with the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, hosted the second annual Cultural Heritage Night at Royal Valley High School during the Panthers’ home basketball games against Holton. Here, Dania Wahwassuck of Mayetta, a student at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, danced in traditional regalia during the event. (Photo by Michael Powls)
Kindergarten students at Holton Elementary School held up paper plate “snowflakes” during their Christmas concert Tuesday night in the Holton High School auditorium to help illustrate “Snowflake, Snowflake,” one of eight songs the students performed. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
This is the Ed. F. Jones building on the north side of the Holton Town Square.
The Royal Valley varsity basketball teams split games against Riverside at home Saturday, Jan. 18, after the games were rescheduled from Friday night. The school’s king and queen court warming ceremony was held after the games. The Lady Panthers defeated Riverside 67-34 and improved to 3-5 overall...
Jackson Heights High School se­nior Carson Williams has been named to the East Squad roster for the 47th Annual Kansas Shrine Bowl, it has been reported. Williams, a 6’2, 255-lb. tackle and defensive end for the Cobras, will join 71 other top-ranked Kansas high school football players in this year’...
The Holton Lady Wildcats improved to 3-1 in the Big Seven League and 4-1 overall with a 53-32 varsity win here over Perry-Lecompton recently. The Lady Kaws moved to 2-3 in the league and 3-3 overall. After trailing 9-3 after the first quarter, the Lady Wildcats exploded for 22 points in the second...

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This is the Ed. F. Jones building on the north side of the Holton Town Square.

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The Royal Valley varsity basketball teams split games against Riverside at home Saturday, Jan. 18, after the games were rescheduled from Friday night. The school’s king and queen court warming...

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