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:
Cindi Area is shown in one of two cabins that make up Area Acres of Mayetta. The cabins, which were built by Cindi and her husband, Mike, are one of five featured stops on this Saturday’s Christmas Homes Tour. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories from the Monday, Dec. 2 Holton Recorder include:
Local artists Mary (far left) and Gary Shupe (far right), along with Sandy Studebaker (second from right) painted these three panels depicting the nativity scene, recently installed on the south side of the Jackson County Courtyard. Several other painted Christmas motifs can also be seen throughout the courtyard. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories in the Monday, Nov. 25 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
Rhonda (left) and Randy Magnison of Holton will be opening their home on Saturday, Dec. 7 as one of five families participating in this year’s Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Homes Tour, it was reported. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories in the Monday, Nov. 18 Holton Recorder include:
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly recently proclaimed November as Native American Heritage Month in Kansas. Kelly (seated) is shown here with members of Kansas tribes, including the Prairie Band Potawatomi. “Kansas’ Native American tribes have made long-lasting, immeasurable contributions to our state and our nation,” Gov. Kelly said. (Submitted photo)
Top stories in the Wednesday, Nov. 13 Holton Recorder include:
Jackson Heights senior Skyla Howe (left) and Mayetta veteran Larry Larkin (center) posed for a photo with “town crier” Fred Taylor, who heralded the Jackson Heights Honor Flight group’s arrival at Baltimore-Washington International Airport last Wednesday. More photos from Honor Flight will be posted at this Web site. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Wednesday, Oct. 30 edition of The Holton Recorder 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)
Cindi Area is shown in one of two cabins that make up Area Acres of Mayetta. The cabins, which were built by Cindi and her husband, Mike, are one of five featured stops on this Saturday’s Christmas Homes Tour. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Local artists Mary (far left) and Gary Shupe (far right), along with Sandy Studebaker (second from right) painted these three panels depicting the nativity scene, recently installed on the south side of the Jackson County Courtyard. Several other painted Christmas motifs can also be seen throughout the courtyard. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Rhonda (left) and Randy Magnison of Holton will be opening their home on Saturday, Dec. 7 as one of five families participating in this year’s Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Homes Tour, it was reported. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly recently proclaimed November as Native American Heritage Month in Kansas. Kelly (seated) is shown here with members of Kansas tribes, including the Prairie Band Potawatomi. “Kansas’ Native American tribes have made long-lasting, immeasurable contributions to our state and our nation,” Gov. Kelly said. (Submitted photo)
Jackson Heights senior Skyla Howe (left) and Mayetta veteran Larry Larkin (center) posed for a photo with “town crier” Fred Taylor, who heralded the Jackson Heights Honor Flight group’s arrival at Baltimore-Washington International Airport last Wednesday. More photos from Honor Flight will be posted at this Web site. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
The Northeast Kansas League announced the 2019 All-Northeast Kansas League volleyball teams recently. Here are the All-NEKL Teams: All-Northeast Kansas League *Sr. Jenna Pfau, Oskaloosa *Sr. Josie Weishaar, JCN *Sr. Kylie Dohl, Jackson Heights (third selection) *So. Blair Taylor, Mount Academy *Sr...
With five Wildcats landing on the first or second teams – including Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year Joshua Youngblood – a total of 15 Kansas State players picked up accolades from the Big 12 as the conference announced the coaches’ All-Big 12 football selections on Wednesday.   Youngblood,...
Four Royal Valley and two Holton volleyball players were recently named to the Big Seven All-League volleyball team. Each school also had one player selected as honorable mention. RV, Holton and Sabetha all had a 11-3 league record this season and tied for first place. RV won the Class 3A state...
2019 All-District 4 Team – MP The football coaches for the Holton Wildcats, Royal Valley Panthers, Marysville Bulldogs, Sabetha Bluejays, Wamego Red Raiders and the Hiawatha Redhawks have announced the 2019 All-District 4 football teams. The teams are as follows: 1st Team Offense QB *Gabe Garber,...

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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:

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The Northeast Kansas League announced the 2019 All-Northeast Kansas League volleyball teams recently. Here are the All-NEKL Teams: All-Northeast Kansas League *Sr. Jenna Pfau, Oskaloosa *Sr....

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