HHS students and their dates traveled to the prom in a specially rented carriage, including, from left to right, Brody Harshaw, Taylor Stevens, Joshua Chavez, Makayla Colhouer, Brandon Lehnherr and Kendall Raney.
Parents and friends of Holton High School students crowded the west side of Holton’s Town Square on Saturday evening, April 22, for the “promenade,” or arrival of students in various vehicles at the annual HHS prom, held at Penny’s on the Square.
The big sign in Holton at 312 Pennsylvania Ave., the location of the Jackson County Health Department and Senior Citizens Center, is being repainted.
Lee V. Greene, shown above, is the owner and operator of Flint Hills Equipment Sales Inc., which has opened along U.S. Highway 75 just south of Holton. Greene sells and rents heavy trucks, semis and other equipment.
Flint Hills Equipment Sales Inc. is a new business in the Holton area. It is located just south of the town along the northbound corridor of U.S.
Specialist Nicholas Schott (center) of Edgerton, a member of Battery A, 2nd Battalion of the 130th Field Artillery Regi­ment of the Kansas Army National Guard, kissed his wife, Natasha (left) and clutched his 14-year-old son Dean close to his side following the ceremony. Schott, like other members of the battery, will be separated from his family for a year, noting that “it’s going to be a sacrifice.” (Photo by Brian Sanders)
  For the families of the men and women of Battery A, 2nd Battalion of the 130th Field Artillery Regi­ment of the Kansas National Guard, Friday morning’s deploy­ment ceremony in the Holton High School gym was an emotional time.
Dr. Saroj Gupta (right) and her husband, Shekhar, purchased Ann's Home Health in Holton in January. Dr. Gupta said the business continues to provide the same services, and she does not plan to change the name. Gupta is pictured with employees (from left) Stephanie Page, Ronda Sanders and Randee Hopeck.
Dr. Saroj Gupta and her husband, Shekhar, are the new owners of Ann’s Home Health Agency in Holton. The couple purchased the business at the beginning of the year.
Royal Valley High School students and their dates converged upon Heritage Hall at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka for their annual prom. Shown from left in the photo above are Tope Serna, Gabe Tinoco, Samantha Beauchamp, Jordan Cox, Felicity Price and Jason Serna; all but Beauchamp are RVHS students. Prom participants danced the night away to the prom’s theme of “Light Up The Night.” (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Due to a printer's error, the caption on the front page of the April 10 Recorder should have read: Royal Valley High School students and their dates converged upon Heritage Hall at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka for their annual prom.
HHS students and their dates traveled to the prom in a specially rented carriage, including, from left to right, Brody Harshaw, Taylor Stevens, Joshua Chavez, Makayla Colhouer, Brandon Lehnherr and Kendall Raney.
Lee V. Greene, shown above, is the owner and operator of Flint Hills Equipment Sales Inc., which has opened along U.S. Highway 75 just south of Holton. Greene sells and rents heavy trucks, semis and other equipment.
Specialist Nicholas Schott (center) of Edgerton, a member of Battery A, 2nd Battalion of the 130th Field Artillery Regi­ment of the Kansas Army National Guard, kissed his wife, Natasha (left) and clutched his 14-year-old son Dean close to his side following the ceremony. Schott, like other members of the battery, will be separated from his family for a year, noting that “it’s going to be a sacrifice.” (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Dr. Saroj Gupta (right) and her husband, Shekhar, purchased Ann's Home Health in Holton in January. Dr. Gupta said the business continues to provide the same services, and she does not plan to change the name. Gupta is pictured with employees (from left) Stephanie Page, Ronda Sanders and Randee Hopeck.
Royal Valley High School students and their dates converged upon Heritage Hall at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka for their annual prom. Shown from left in the photo above are Tope Serna, Gabe Tinoco, Samantha Beauchamp, Jordan Cox, Felicity Price and Jason Serna; all but Beauchamp are RVHS students. Prom participants danced the night away to the prom’s theme of “Light Up The Night.” (Photo by Brian Sanders)
  After four and a half hours of deliberation on Thursday afternoon in Jackson County District Court, a jury returned a pair of not-guilty verdicts in the case of a Holton man charged with sex crimes against a 13-year-old girl. As District Court Judge Norbert Marek read the jury’s decision on the...
  Information on local residential and commercial properties is being collected by the Jackson County Appraiser’s Office. County employees are photographing and collecting data on properties in Franklin Township and the city of Holton and an income and expense form has been mailed to commercial...
  The Holton Recorder is sponsoring a Mother’s Day Youth Essay Contest. The theme of the essay contest is “Why My Mother Is A Superhero.’’ Essays are due Friday, May 5.  The top winning essay in each of the three age divisions will be published in the Wednesday, May 10, edition of the newspaper...
  A new housing development and a Language and Cultural Learning Center are planned for the Prairie Band Potawatomi Reservation in Mayetta, it has been reported. Members of the PBP general council approved a motion on Feb. 25 to move forward with the construction of a new housing development to be...

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Royal Valley varsity softball pitcher Masey Lafferty (purple jersey No. 13) thows in a recent game.

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