Holton High School was represented by nine seniors, including, front row, from left: Ashley Cook, Tori Bontrager, Madison Reith, Taryn Weilert and Kelcie Matousek; back row, from left: Trey Tanking, Karl Wilhelm, Garett Beecher and Dean Klahr.
Thirty-five high school seniors from Jackson and Nemaha counties, representing the academic top 10 percent of their senior classes, were honored by the Kansas Honors Program Wednesday night at the program’s annual dinner, held at Holton
Over the weekend, the Holton wrestling team competed at the 4A state tournament in Salina and finished third as a team.
Holton senior Lucas Lovvorn (shown above, on top) works on pinning his opponent in regional competition last weekend. After a dominant showing in Baldwin, Lovvorn is eyeing a second straight individual state title in Salina this weekend.
  Champions aren’t born, they’re made, though when it comes to Holton High School senior wrestler Lucas Lovvorn, the son of Mike and Kim Lovvorn of Holton, the case could be made for both schools of thought.
The Valentine’s Day performance of “Check, Please” by the Holton Community Theatre was sold out and was the second production staged by the theatre group. “Check, Please” was a one-act comedy that centered around a series of blind dates.
Dr. David Allen
Note: This is the fourth story in a series about doctors in our community. Dr. David Allen is a family practice physician with Community HealthCare System of Onaga, which operates the Holton Medical Center.
U.S. Senator Pat Roberts had lunch at Holton High School, his alma mater, on Thursday and discussed the federal requirements for school lunches with a handful of students. Pictured with Roberts are Tel Wittmer (left) and Maddie Reith (center). Roberts serves as the chair of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, and he said he hopes to visit 10 Kansas schools this year before the federal food lunch program is reauthorized.
School lunches at Holton High School have changed a lot in the past 60 years  - a fact Sen. Pat Roberts can personally attest to after dining with students at the cafeteria Thursday.
Holton High School was represented by nine seniors, including, front row, from left: Ashley Cook, Tori Bontrager, Madison Reith, Taryn Weilert and Kelcie Matousek; back row, from left: Trey Tanking, Karl Wilhelm, Garett Beecher and Dean Klahr.
Holton senior Lucas Lovvorn (shown above, on top) works on pinning his opponent in regional competition last weekend. After a dominant showing in Baldwin, Lovvorn is eyeing a second straight individual state title in Salina this weekend.
Dr. David Allen
U.S. Senator Pat Roberts had lunch at Holton High School, his alma mater, on Thursday and discussed the federal requirements for school lunches with a handful of students. Pictured with Roberts are Tel Wittmer (left) and Maddie Reith (center). Roberts serves as the chair of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, and he said he hopes to visit 10 Kansas schools this year before the federal food lunch program is reauthorized.
Holton High School was represented by nine seniors, including, front row, from left: Ashley Cook, Tori Bontrager, Madison Reith, Taryn Weilert and Kelcie Matousek; back row, from left: Trey Tanking, Karl Wilhelm, Garett Beecher and Dean Klahr.
Thirty-five high school seniors from Jackson and Nemaha counties, representing the academic top 10 percent of their senior classes, were honored by the Kansas Honors Program Wednesday night at the program’s annual dinner, held at Holton’s First United Methodist Church.
Over the weekend, the Holton wrestling team competed at the 4A state tournament in Salina and finished third as a team. Shown above with their trophy are the coaches and wrestlers who represented the Wildcats, including (front row, left to right) Justin Pool, Lucas Lovvorn, Mason Baum, Kegan...
Holton’s Taco Bell restaurant was named the number three store in the nation for cleanliness, customer service and food quality by the franchise’s corporate office. Sharon Stroup, who manages the local Taco Bell, said she was notified at the end January of the honor. “We have such a great team, and...
Despite recent snowfall and colder temperatures, spring is not far off, and state and local emergency personnel want Kansans to be prepared for the severe weather that follows. This week, March 2 – 6, has been designated as Severe Weather Awareness Week in Kansas with a statewide tornado safety...

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Holton High School was represented by nine seniors, including, front row, from left: Ashley Cook, Tori Bontrager, Madison Reith, Taryn Weilert and Kelcie Matousek; back row, from left: Trey Tanking, Karl Wilhelm, Garett Beecher and Dean Klahr.

Thirty-five high school seniors from Jackson and Nemaha counties, representing the academic top 10 percent of their senior classes, were honored by the Kansas Honors Program Wednesday ni

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