The rain held off for the annual Glory Days celebration in downtown Holton on Saturday.
During her years at Holton High School, Doris Hill Winters made it a point to stay active.
Panther pitcher Kaileigh Gray-Milligan (shown above, left) winds up and gets ready to deliver a pitch in Tuesday's 4A-DII regional championship game against Rock Creek. Gray-Milligan held her own in what turned into a pitcher's dual, but RV still came up just short in a 3-1 loss.
  Like a Blue Moon or Halley’s Comet, there was a rare occurrence in Tuesday’s regional championship game between the Royal Valley and Rock Creek softball teams.
During the recent annual countywide Ag and Water Festival at Banner Creek Reservoir, sponsored by the Jackson County Conservation District, Holly Shutt (right) spoke to students at Royal Valley about how to identify dif
Holton's Ashlyn Weilert (shown above, front left) steadies the blocks as teammate Kimmi Snepp fires out of them at the start of her preliminary heat in the 200m dash at regionals in Hoyt. Snepp made the finals and ended up qualifying for state in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay.
Local resident Barbara Deghand  (right), mother of fallen soldier Master Sgt. Bernard "Bernie" Deghand, stood in front of the memorial honoring Bernie and other soldiers Monday before placing flowers on the memorial during a special Memorial Day service here in Holton. The fallen soldier memorial is located on the southeast corner of the Jackson County Courtyard.
Panther pitcher Kaileigh Gray-Milligan (shown above, left) winds up and gets ready to deliver a pitch in Tuesday's 4A-DII regional championship game against Rock Creek. Gray-Milligan held her own in what turned into a pitcher's dual, but RV still came up just short in a 3-1 loss.
Team members for JHHS who will be going to the state track meet in Wichita are pictured above and include (front row, left to right) Abby Williams, manager Grace Bowhay, Kaitlynn Little, Lexi Proffitt, Erika White, Aidan Allen, Peter Rupnicki, (back row, left to right) Braden Dohl, Dalton Chartier, Mason Hamilton, Westin Jacobsen, Korby Strube, Wyatt Olberding, Jason Parker and Seth Holliday.
  By all measurable marks, this track season has far and away been a success for the Jackson Heights team. On top of the collective success earned by having one of the largest squads in the county, the Cobras saw that equaled at the individual level in last Friday’s regional at Washington. In total...
Holton's Ashlyn Weilert (shown above, front left) steadies the blocks as teammate Kimmi Snepp fires out of them at the start of her preliminary heat in the 200m dash at regionals in Hoyt. Snepp made the finals and ended up qualifying for state in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay.
  It’s hard to imagine a regional track meet being on par with state as far as level of difficulty is concerned, but last Friday’s Class 4A regional in Hoyt may have come as close as possible in replicating that state-caliber competition. Truth be told, some events did in fact have the top four...
The rain held off for the annual Glory Days celebration in downtown Holton on Saturday. During the alumni parade, members of the Holton High School Class of 1965, who celebrated their 50th reunion, waved to family and friends as they traveled around the Square on their float. Classmates pictured...
During her years at Holton High School, Doris Hill Winters made it a point to stay active. Winters served as vice president of the HHS Student Council, was a cheerleader, a member of the massed chorus, the girls’ glee club and the orchestra, and she sold advertising for the school newspaper, The...

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Team members for JHHS who will be going to the state track meet in Wichita are pictured above and include (front row, left to right) Abby Williams, manager Grace Bowhay, Kaitlynn Little, Lexi Proffitt, Erika White, Aidan Allen, Peter Rupnicki, (back row, left to right) Braden Dohl, Dalton Chartier, Mason Hamilton, Westin Jacobsen, Korby Strube, Wyatt Olberding, Jason Parker and Seth Holliday.
  By all measurable marks, this track season has far and away been a success for the Jackson Heights team. On top of the collective success earned by having one of the largest squads in the...

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