Holton Municipal Pool lifeguard Michaela Adcock (right) held Karis Owens, a student in the "Tadpoles" class for three- and four-year-olds at swimming lessons this week, afloat in the wading pool to teach Owens how to float on her back in the water during Tuesday morning's swim class. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
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Andy Moulden, a former Holton resident now working with Topeka’s Custom Neon and Vinyl Graphics, put the finishing touches on one side of the new sign in front of Doug Richert Chevrolet-Buick in Holton on Thursday morning. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Andy Moulden, a former Holton resident now working with Topeka’s Custom Neon and Vinyl Graphics, put the finishing touches on one side of the new sign in front of Doug Richert Chevrolet-Buick in Holton on Thursday morning.
Kortnee VanDonge (left) and Cali VanAusdall (right) are two of several Holton High School students who are volunteering to serve free lunches to children at the Holton Elementary School each Monday through Friday in June. Through Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas two free lunch sites have been set up in Holton so children don’t go hungry through the summer months.  (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
  More than 60 area children are currently being fed a free lunch in Holton each day as part of a volunteer lunch program through Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas.
Helen Sumner of Hoyt (center) is shown receiving a Native American shawl from Brittany Hall (right), Haskell Foundation administrator, after Sumner was named the Outstanding Alumnus of the Year.
Helen Sumner of rural Hoyt was recently honored as Haskell Indian Nations University’s 2017 Outstanding Alumnus of the Year.
Thursday’s Prairie Lake Pickin’ Party saw a family reunion of sorts with the Faris Family, the Jefferson County-based bluegrass group that performed at the first Pickin’ Party nearly a quarter of a century ago. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Thursday’s Prairie Lake Pickin’ Party saw a family reunion of sorts with the Faris Family, the Jefferson County-based bluegrass group that performed at the first Pickin’ Party nearly a quarter of a century ago.
Holton Municipal Pool lifeguard Michaela Adcock (right) held Karis Owens, a student in the "Tadpoles" class for three- and four-year-olds at swimming lessons this week, afloat in the wading pool to teach Owens how to float on her back in the water during Tuesday morning's swim class. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Andy Moulden, a former Holton resident now working with Topeka’s Custom Neon and Vinyl Graphics, put the finishing touches on one side of the new sign in front of Doug Richert Chevrolet-Buick in Holton on Thursday morning. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Kortnee VanDonge (left) and Cali VanAusdall (right) are two of several Holton High School students who are volunteering to serve free lunches to children at the Holton Elementary School each Monday through Friday in June. Through Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas two free lunch sites have been set up in Holton so children don’t go hungry through the summer months.  (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Vivian Mosier of Holton demonstrated how to weave on a floor loom during Saturday’s Quilts In The Courtyard event. The first floor of the Jackson County Courthouse was filled with spinning and weaving demonstrations organized by Paul Abell of The Golden Fleece.
Helen Sumner of Hoyt (center) is shown receiving a Native American shawl from Brittany Hall (right), Haskell Foundation administrator, after Sumner was named the Outstanding Alumnus of the Year.
Thursday’s Prairie Lake Pickin’ Party saw a family reunion of sorts with the Faris Family, the Jefferson County-based bluegrass group that performed at the first Pickin’ Party nearly a quarter of a century ago. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Kansas State senior forward Wesley Iwundu was selected with the No. 33 pick by the Orlando Magic in the 2017 NBA Draft presented by State Farm on Thursday night at the Barclays Center. Iwundu is the first player to be drafted out of K-State since Michael Beasley (Miami Heat)...
The Saturday, June 17, dirt track races, scheduled at Thunder Hill Speedway, had to be cancelled due to rain. So far at Thunder Hill Speedway, a total of four Saturday night, race nights have been completed. The top 10 driver points leaders for each of the competition categories are as follows:   *...
Holton Municipal Pool lifeguard Michaela Adcock (right) held Karis Owens, a student in the "Tadpoles" class for three- and four-year-olds at swimming lessons this week, afloat in the wading pool to teach Owens how to float on her back in the water during Tuesday morning's swim class. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
*/ Holton Municipal Pool lifeguard Michaela Adcock (right) held Karis Owens, a student in the "Tadpoles" class for three- and four-year-olds at swimming lessons this week, afloat in the wading pool to teach Owens how to float on her back in the water during Tuesday morning's swim class.
July Jubilee is planned for Saturday, July 1, at Banner Creek Reservoir, and the annual event will feature music, vendors, activities for children and a large fireworks display by 2 Kirks Fireworks. Sponsored by the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce, the 11th-annual event kicks off at 5 p.m...

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Holton Municipal Pool lifeguard Michaela Adcock (right) held Karis Owens, a student in the "Tadpoles" class for three- and four-year-olds at swimming lessons this week, afloat in the wading pool to teach Owens how to float on her back in the water during Tuesday morning's swim class. (Photo by Brian Sanders)

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BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Kansas State senior forward Wesley Iwundu was selected with the No. 33 pick by the Orlando Magic in the 2017 NBA Draft presented by State Farm on Thursday night at the Barclays...

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