Photo galleries from the Royal Valley, Holton and Jackson Heights graduation can be found http://www.holtonrecorder.net/image-galleries
Holton High School's graduating class of 2020 participated in the traditional cap toss at the end of their commencement ceremony, held Friday, July 10 at the HHS football field. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Holton High School's graduating class of 2020 participated in the traditional cap toss at the end of their commencement ceremony, held Friday, July 10 at the HHS football field.
Jackson Heights High School Class of 2020 salutatorian Erin Curtis (left) joined co-valedictorians Jerilyn Nelson (center) and MaKenzie Kennedy to celebrate their graduation. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Jackson Heights High School Class of 2020 salutatorian Erin Curtis (left) joined co-valedictorians Jerilyn Nelson (center) and MaKenzie Kennedy to celebrate their graduation.
Fielden (left) and Marilyn Forgy, natives of Netawaka now living in Topeka, paid a visit to Holton Cemetery last Thursday to clean and decorate the gravesites of family members buried there. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Fielden (left) and Marilyn Forgy, natives of Netawaka now living in Topeka, paid a visit to Holton Cemetery last Thursday to clean and decorate the gravesites of family members buried there.
Holton High School's graduating class of 2020 participated in the traditional cap toss at the end of their commencement ceremony, held Friday, July 10 at the HHS football field. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Jackson Heights High School Class of 2020 salutatorian Erin Curtis (left) joined co-valedictorians Jerilyn Nelson (center) and MaKenzie Kennedy to celebrate their graduation. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Fielden (left) and Marilyn Forgy, natives of Netawaka now living in Topeka, paid a visit to Holton Cemetery last Thursday to clean and decorate the gravesites of family members buried there. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
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The Beck Bookman Library in Holton reopened to the public on Monday, it has been reported. The library is open from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. each weekday, except for Wednesday when it remains open until 6:30 p.m. The building will continue to be closed on Saturdays. “We will continue curbside service...

Sports

 Fall sports in Kansas public schools will go on as planned, the Kansas State High School Activities Association board decided Tuesday. Fall sports practices will start Aug. 17, as originally...

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