Members of the fifth- and sixth-grade bands at Holton recently performed a winter concert at the HHS auditorium.
Holton resident Keith Hoar is shown with his first novel, "Edge Of Madness," which has drawn comparison to the work of Tom Clancy. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
In writing his first novel, Holton resident Keith Hoar says he stuck to the time-honored rule of authorship: “Write what you know.”
Jackson Heights preschool student Sarie Hall (right) tore into a piece of pumpkin pie that was served as part of preschoolers’ Thanksgiving dinner on Tuesday, while fellow preschooler Madden Mulroy enjoyed the pie, peaches and cornbread muffin ser
Jeffrey Warner (left), a sixth-grader at Holton Middle School, used a long-arm quilting machine to “write” his name on a quilt with assistance from Quilting on the Square’s Connie Morgan (center) on Friday afternoon while Holton Elementary School fifth-grader Carter Colberg looked on. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Jeffrey Warner (left), a sixth-grader at Holton Middle School, used a long-arm quilting machine to “write” his name on a quilt with assistance from Quilting on the Square’s Connie Morgan (center) on Friday afternoon while Holton Elementary School
Dale (left) and Harry Coffman, owner/operators of the former Ben Franklin store and longtime Chamber of Commerce members, will be inducted into the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame for 2018. (Submitted photo)
Longtime Holton resident Harry Coffman was a quiet man, according to his son Dale’s widow, Doris Coffman Young.
Those who donate to Holton Community Hospital’s proposed emergency room and inpatient care expansion and remodeling project are eligible to receive a state tax credit, it has been announced.
Holton resident Keith Hoar is shown with his first novel, "Edge Of Madness," which has drawn comparison to the work of Tom Clancy. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Jeffrey Warner (left), a sixth-grader at Holton Middle School, used a long-arm quilting machine to “write” his name on a quilt with assistance from Quilting on the Square’s Connie Morgan (center) on Friday afternoon while Holton Elementary School fifth-grader Carter Colberg looked on. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Dale (left) and Harry Coffman, owner/operators of the former Ben Franklin store and longtime Chamber of Commerce members, will be inducted into the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame for 2018. (Submitted photo)
The Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce and area businesses are hosting “A Small Town Christmas” Saturday, Dec. 2, in downtown Holton. The day will include the Christmas Tour Of Homes, the annual Christmas Parade of Lights, a special visit from Santa Claus and other activities.  The Christmas...
Letters to Santa Claus from area children are now being accepted for publication in The Holton Recorder.  The letters will be printed in our special Christmas greetings section that will be published a week before Christmas. The letters are due at The Holton Recorder office by 5 p.m. on Friday, Dec...
Holton senior Emma Reith (#24 white jersesy) and senior Sarah Lierz (#5 White jersey) trap and steal the ball from Perry-Lecompton senior Megan Fast on an inbound play during the first game of the season on Dec. 1.
Holton senior point guard Mason Strader (#5 white jersey) looks for a pass while being guarded by Thomas Taylor (#14 blue jersey) of Perry-Lecompton in the first game of the season on Dec.1.

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Members of the fifth- and sixth-grade bands at Holton recently performed a winter concert at the HHS auditorium.

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Holton senior Emma Reith (#24 white jersesy) and senior Sarah Lierz (#5 White jersey) trap and steal the ball from Perry-Lecompton senior Megan Fast on an inbound play during the first game of the...

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