City of Holton workers started their summer building a new curb work on the south side of the Jackson County courtyard.
Participants at the Jackson County Fair’s dog show at the fairgrounds last Saturday morning included Jerilyn Nelson (left) of the Pleasant Valley Rustlers and Natalie Woods of the Hoyt Livewires. The 4-H’ers and their dogs competed in shownmanship, agility off lead and obedience categories. (Photo by David Powls)
Top stories in the Wednesday, July 10, 2019 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
Jarity Ribelin of the Hoyt Livewires 4-H Club pulled the “mail” from the mailbox in the trail riding event at the recent Jackson County Fair horse show, although part of the “mail” apparently decided to deliver itself elsewhere. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, July 8 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
The first big event of the 2019 Jackson County Fair — the horse show — was held this past Sunday at the Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex outdoor arena, where Dakota Abel of the Soldier Boosters 4-H club guided his horse around the barrels in the timed events, winning the barrel race for competitors aged 14-18. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Wednesday, July 3, 2019 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
An average of 100 youth are taking advantage of the free lunches being served this summer at Holton Elementary School between 11 a.m. and noon each weekday, it was reported. Here, Elizabeth Boehm (left), 8, and Constance Kautz-Johansen, 12, are shown enjoying a recent lunch that included loaded nachos, fruit and vegetables. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories in the Wednesday, June 19 Holton Recorder include:
Participating Biking Across Kansas riders, shown here heading east on Fourth Street past Colorado Avenue, made their way into Holton on Friday afternoon, with the bulk of the more than 825 riders coming in between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Regular traffic took care to make sure that the riders were not impeded on their way to Holton High School. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, June 17 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
Participants at the Jackson County Fair’s dog show at the fairgrounds last Saturday morning included Jerilyn Nelson (left) of the Pleasant Valley Rustlers and Natalie Woods of the Hoyt Livewires. The 4-H’ers and their dogs competed in shownmanship, agility off lead and obedience categories. (Photo by David Powls)
Jarity Ribelin of the Hoyt Livewires 4-H Club pulled the “mail” from the mailbox in the trail riding event at the recent Jackson County Fair horse show, although part of the “mail” apparently decided to deliver itself elsewhere. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
The first big event of the 2019 Jackson County Fair — the horse show — was held this past Sunday at the Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex outdoor arena, where Dakota Abel of the Soldier Boosters 4-H club guided his horse around the barrels in the timed events, winning the barrel race for competitors aged 14-18. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
An average of 100 youth are taking advantage of the free lunches being served this summer at Holton Elementary School between 11 a.m. and noon each weekday, it was reported. Here, Elizabeth Boehm (left), 8, and Constance Kautz-Johansen, 12, are shown enjoying a recent lunch that included loaded nachos, fruit and vegetables. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Participating Biking Across Kansas riders, shown here heading east on Fourth Street past Colorado Avenue, made their way into Holton on Friday afternoon, with the bulk of the more than 825 riders coming in between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Regular traffic took care to make sure that the riders were not impeded on their way to Holton High School. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
City of Holton workers started their summer building a new curb work on the south side of the Jackson County courtyard.
The Sunflower State Games, in its 30th year of Olympic style sports, will kick-off this weekend in Topeka. The event begins on Friday, July 12 with a total of 24 different competitions taking place this weekend at various venues in and around the Capital City. For the third consecutive year, the...
Participants at the Jackson County Fair’s dog show at the fairgrounds last Saturday morning included Jerilyn Nelson (left) of the Pleasant Valley Rustlers and Natalie Woods of the Hoyt Livewires. The 4-H’ers and their dogs competed in shownmanship, agility off lead and obedience categories. (Photo by David Powls)
Top stories in the Wednesday, July 10, 2019 edition of The Holton Recorder include: • The Holton USD 336 school board on Monday heard a report about efforts to get the district’s online enrollment system ready to go for the upcoming school term. Find out more about the move from paper enrollment to...
Jarity Ribelin of the Hoyt Livewires 4-H Club pulled the “mail” from the mailbox in the trail riding event at the recent Jackson County Fair horse show, although part of the “mail” apparently decided to deliver itself elsewhere. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, July 8 edition of The Holton Recorder include: • Dan Harris of Holton Livestock Exchange has been named the grand marshal for the upcoming Jackson County Fair Parade. Learn more about Harris and his commitment to Jackson County 4-H. • Other preparations for this year’s...

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City of Holton workers started their summer building a new curb work on the south side of the Jackson County courtyard.

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The Sunflower State Games, in its 30th year of Olympic style sports, will kick-off this weekend in Topeka. The event begins on Friday, July 12 with a total of 24 different competitions taking place...

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