A King and Queen of Courts will be chosen from these Jackson Heights High School seniors, with royalty to be announced and crowned at halftime of the varsity boys game against Oskaloosa on Friday, Feb. 12.
Holton High School seniors Sydney McRae (left) and Torin Kaboudan were named queen and king of the Wildcats’ winter courtwarming games against Sabetha on Friday evening. The ‘Cats split the evening’s games against the Blue Jays, with the boys varsity team getting a home court win while the girls took a loss. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Holton High School seniors Sydney McRae (left) and Torin Kaboudan were named queen and king of the Wildcats’ winter courtwarming games against Sabetha on Friday evening.
Members of the second AmeriCorps team to visit Holton include, front row, from left, Daniel Vento, John Casertano, Sam Fletcher and Angelina Jimenez. Back row, from left: team leader Kerry Aszklar, Ashley James, Julia Hamer, Lainey Castle, Margaret Water’s, Brittney Donovan and Mark Lisowski. The team will be in Holton through April 1 to perform various community service projects.
In December, Sam Fletcher of Pullman, Wash., and Mark Lisowski of Chicago, Ill., were working for Habitat for Humanity in Conway, an Arkansas community just north of Little Rock.
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-KS) touched on a variety of topics, including health care for veterans and education funding, during a special town hall meeting Monday morning at the Jackson County Courthouse in Holton.
Holton High School seniors Sydney McRae (left) and Torin Kaboudan were named queen and king of the Wildcats’ winter courtwarming games against Sabetha on Friday evening. The ‘Cats split the evening’s games against the Blue Jays, with the boys varsity team getting a home court win while the girls took a loss. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Members of the second AmeriCorps team to visit Holton include, front row, from left, Daniel Vento, John Casertano, Sam Fletcher and Angelina Jimenez. Back row, from left: team leader Kerry Aszklar, Ashley James, Julia Hamer, Lainey Castle, Margaret Water’s, Brittney Donovan and Mark Lisowski. The team will be in Holton through April 1 to perform various community service projects.
Holton High School will announce its winter courtwarming king and queen at halftime of the Wildcat varsity boys basketball game against Sabetha on Friday. Queen candidates are, from left on front row, Hayley Thompson, Sarah Sweet, Megan Rhule and Sydney McRae. King candidates are, from left on back row, Tanner New, Torin Kaboudan, Austin Frakes and Josh Bjelland. Friday’s games begin at 4:30 p.m. in the HHS gym. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Holton's Justin Rieschick (right) flipped Jake Patterson of Shawnee Heights near the end of Rieschick's come-from-behind victory in the 145-lb. division championship match at Saturday's Gerald Sadowski Invitational tournament in Holton. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
  A group of eccentric characters living together under one roof is the perfect formula for comedy in Holton High School’s upcoming production of “Mind Over Manor.” The two-act play by Loretta Willoughby will be staged at 7 p.m. on Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday at the HHS auditorium. Tickets are $5...
Direct Primary Care (“DPC”) is not a new medical concept in the United States. In fact, it’s a movement that returns the doctor-patient relationship to the way it used to be in this country. Local Dr. Vance Lassey says he will have one of the first Direct Primary Care medical practices in a rural...
Holton City Commissioner and area businessman Dan Brenner has filed for election to the 61st District seat of the Kansas House of Representatives.
  Holton City Commissioner and area businessman Dan Brenner (Republican) filed Thursday for the 61st District seat of the Kansas House of Representatives. The seat is currently held by Republican Becky Hutchins of Holton, who has not yet filed for re-election. Hutchins was elected in 2014. District...
A King and Queen of Courts will be chosen from these Jackson Heights High School seniors, with royalty to be announced and crowned at halftime of the varsity boys game against Oskaloosa on Friday, Feb. 12. Queen candidates are, front row, from left, Logan Rethman, Katelyn Ludlow and Taylor Abel;...

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A group of eccentric characters living together under one roof is the perfect formula for comedy in Holton High School’s upcoming production of “Mind Over Manor.”

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Holton's Bryson Patch (center) stepped through a trio of Sabetha Blue Jay defenders to go for a score, with teammate Aaron Bain (at right) at the ready for a pass. Patch contributed 25 points to the Wildcats' 47-38 victory on Friday. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
  Holton High School’s boys var­sity basketball team evened up its record with Sabetha for the 2015-16 season with an encouraging 47-38 win over the Blue Jays on Fri­day, thanks...

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