During Saturday evening’s Holton High School graduation ceremony, HHS Principal Rod Wittmer solemnly announced the names of 83 members of the Class of 2017 who were receiving their diplomas.
JHHS students Erin Curtis (right) measured out ingredients for Jodi White (left) and Sadie Raborn to package as part of the school's participation in the Feeding Children Everywhere (FCE) program.
Jackson Heights Middle and High School students participated in the Feeding Children Everywhere (FCE) program recently, packing and distributing meals for low-income people in the region and around the world.
Jackson Heights USD 335 Board of Education President David Allen (left) presented JHHS senior Meghann Eisermann (right) and 24 other graduating Cobras with their diplomas during commencement exercises on Sunday afternoon.
As this year’s Jackson Heights High School senior class motto states, “Even if you’re on the right track, if you’re not moving forward, you
Royal Valley High School graduate Norma Wahwassuck (center) was one of the last seniors to receive their diploma from USD 337 Board of Education president Cindy Broxterman (right) and Superintendent Aaric Davis. RVHS Assistant Principal Travis Van Vleck is shown behind the podium announcing the names of all the graduates Sunday at the high school gym.
Sixty-nine Royal Valley High School seniors graduated on Sunday – Mother’s Day – at
As a young man growing up in Holton, Lyle Alley didn’t really have any plans to be a teacher.
After the new Purple Heart Monument was unveiled here Saturday, some local recipients of the medal – like Robert Stapel of the Meriden area, had their photos taken beside the monument.
Under a picture perfect, clear blue, calm sky here Saturday morning, more than 250 people
JHHS students Erin Curtis (right) measured out ingredients for Jodi White (left) and Sadie Raborn to package as part of the school's participation in the Feeding Children Everywhere (FCE) program.
Jackson Heights USD 335 Board of Education President David Allen (left) presented JHHS senior Meghann Eisermann (right) and 24 other graduating Cobras with their diplomas during commencement exercises on Sunday afternoon.
Royal Valley High School graduate Norma Wahwassuck (center) was one of the last seniors to receive their diploma from USD 337 Board of Education president Cindy Broxterman (right) and Superintendent Aaric Davis. RVHS Assistant Principal Travis Van Vleck is shown behind the podium announcing the names of all the graduates Sunday at the high school gym.
After the new Purple Heart Monument was unveiled here Saturday, some local recipients of the medal – like Robert Stapel of the Meriden area, had their photos taken beside the monument.
  The Jackson County Commissioners have proclaimed May as National Mental Health Month in the county. During a recent meeting, the commissioners met with David Elsbury, KANZA Mental Health & Guidance Center CEO, and made the proclamation, as well as heard an update from Elsbury on the...
  The Holton Business Women’s Club is being reorganized with a new name and purpose, it has been reported. Club members have recently renamed the club Women to Women of Jackson County in order to be more inclusive to women in all stages of life, as well as to include anyone who lives in the county...
  During Saturday evening’s Holton High School graduation ceremony, HHS Principal Rod Wittmer solemnly announced the names of 83 members of the Class of 2017 who were receiving their diplomas. But as he was announcing one name — that of his daughter, Emma — Wittmer began to choke up. “It was kind...
  State records pertaining to the alleged victim in a case involving a Hoyt man accused of sex­ual activ­ity with a girl under the age of 14 must be accepted by both prosecu­tion and defense before those re­cords can be admitted as evidence in an upcoming trial, Jackson County District Court Judge...

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The Jackson County Commissioners have proclaimed May as National Mental Health Month in the county.

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