Tyler Warner of Holton (center) was recently named the Wildlife Biologist of the Year by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism. Warner serves region two, which includes Jackson County.
Olympic gold medalist bobsledder Curt Tomasevicz challenged Jackson Heights students on Friday to face their fears and set and surpass their goals as they go through life.
Kansas Sampler Foundation executive director Marci Penner (left) autographed copies of "The Kansas Guidebook" following her Founders Day dinner presentation. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
For Marci Penner, eight is a magic number.
Kids ages 1-6 were followed around the Jackson County Courtyard by their parents as they sought the "golden eggs" during Saturday's Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg Hunt at the Jackson County Courtyard. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Kids ages 1-6 were followed around the Jackson County Courtyard by their parents as they sought the "golden eggs" during Saturday's Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg Hunt at the Jackson County Courtyard.
Erik Dylan
The Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce has announced that country musician and songwriter Erik Dylan, who has roots in the Jackson County area, will be the featured entertainment at this year’s July Jubilee celebration.
Kansas Sampler Foundation executive director Marci Penner (left) autographed copies of "The Kansas Guidebook" following her Founders Day dinner presentation. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Sandy Snavely, owner of Holton Greenhouse, is shown at right discussing varieties of tomato plants with customers Jim and Jan Lovvorn. Despite the recent cold snap, many people are already beginning to think about spring planting.
Kids ages 1-6 were followed around the Jackson County Courtyard by their parents as they sought the "golden eggs" during Saturday's Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg Hunt at the Jackson County Courtyard. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Erik Dylan
Five Kansas State players who recently completed their football careers – Brogan Barry, Trent Tanking, Dayton Valentine, Glenn Williams and Tanner Wood – have been named members of the 2018 National Football Foundation (NFF) Hampshire Honor Society, it has been announced. The five Wildcats named to...
The five-year Kansas school funding bill passed by state legislators over the weekend contains an error that could be viewed as taking away almost $80 million from schools in the first year of the bill, it was reported. The Kansas State Department of Education said Senate Bill 423, passed by slim...
Rural Jackson County residents are reminded that they need to register or re-register their dogs with the county each April if those dogs are pit bulls or a hybrid of that breed. “It’s helpful for the county to know where they are at,” Jackson County Commissioner Rob Ladner said of the dog breed. “...
Following a lengthy discussion in executive session here Monday night, the Holton school board, by unanimous 7-0 vote, decided to seek a new principal for the Holton Elementary School. Current Principal Beth Smith, of the pre-kindergarten through fifth grade school, will serve out this school term...

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The five-year Kansas school funding bill passed by state legislators over the weekend contains an error that could be viewed as taking away almost $80 milli

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Five Kansas State players who recently completed their football careers – Brogan Barry, Trent Tanking, Dayton Valentine, Glenn Williams and Tanner Wood – have been named members of the...

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