Blair Wagner's comical "Bubba" character made a surprise appearance at the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame induction ceremony last Wednesday, where Wagner was inducted into the Hall of Fame, along with Dr. David and Ange Allen, Dan Harris and Susan and Jerry Mencl. (Photo by David Powls)
Top stories in the Monday, Feb. 11 Holton Recorder include: • NEK-CAP has recently received a grant to help fight homelessness, and Jackson County will help administer those funds. Find out more about the grant in today’s edition.
Holton Community Hospital CEO Carrie Saia accepted the donation of $100,000 from The Farmers State Bank to go toward the hospital’s expansion project, presented by FSB President and CEO Tonya Barta this past Thursday. Shown from left to right are Saia; Leslie Smith, bank board secretary; Judy May, bank vice president; Susan Pfrang, bank board member; Gary Pfrang, bank board chairman; Terri Young, bank vice president; and Barta. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, Feb. 4, 2019 Holton Recorder include:
Snow that fell on Jackson County over the weekend provided local thrill-seekers with an opportunity to take their sleds out to “Pride Hill” north of Holton High School and ride down the hill. On Monday, Alex Morrissey and daughter Mary were among those taking a ride down the hill on what had nearly become a sheet of ice. More snow fell on the area Tuesday night, and with students out of school on Wednesday as a result, more sledding opportunities were available. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Jan. 23, 2019 Holton Recorder include: • Two winter storms have hit the Jackson County area in a week’s time. Find out how much snow has fallen on the county and what other effects the snowstorms have had.
Holton Street Superintendent Greg Tanking was hard at work before the crack of dawn on Monday removing excess snow from parking areas along the south side of Holton’s Town Square. Tanking and his crew are getting ready to remove more snow and other precipitation due to winter weather that is expected to make its way into the area on Friday. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Highlights of the Wednesday, Jan. 16 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
A winter storm that passed through the area late Friday and early Saturday dumped about four to six inches of snow on Holton, transforming the Town Square — the south side of which is shown here — into a winter wonderland. (Photo courtesy of Troy Moppin)
Highlights of the Monday, Jan. 14, 2019 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
Blair Wagner's comical "Bubba" character made a surprise appearance at the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame induction ceremony last Wednesday, where Wagner was inducted into the Hall of Fame, along with Dr. David and Ange Allen, Dan Harris and Susan and Jerry Mencl. (Photo by David Powls)
Holton Community Hospital CEO Carrie Saia accepted the donation of $100,000 from The Farmers State Bank to go toward the hospital’s expansion project, presented by FSB President and CEO Tonya Barta this past Thursday. Shown from left to right are Saia; Leslie Smith, bank board secretary; Judy May, bank vice president; Susan Pfrang, bank board member; Gary Pfrang, bank board chairman; Terri Young, bank vice president; and Barta. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Snow that fell on Jackson County over the weekend provided local thrill-seekers with an opportunity to take their sleds out to “Pride Hill” north of Holton High School and ride down the hill. On Monday, Alex Morrissey and daughter Mary were among those taking a ride down the hill on what had nearly become a sheet of ice. More snow fell on the area Tuesday night, and with students out of school on Wednesday as a result, more sledding opportunities were available. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Holton Street Superintendent Greg Tanking was hard at work before the crack of dawn on Monday removing excess snow from parking areas along the south side of Holton’s Town Square. Tanking and his crew are getting ready to remove more snow and other precipitation due to winter weather that is expected to make its way into the area on Friday. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
A winter storm that passed through the area late Friday and early Saturday dumped about four to six inches of snow on Holton, transforming the Town Square — the south side of which is shown here — into a winter wonderland. (Photo courtesy of Troy Moppin)
KSHSAA (Kansas High School Activities Association) has announced its regional wrestling assignments for area prep teams. The regionals are set for Friday and Saturday this week. Class 4A Regional Wrestling Tournament at Lindsborg-Smoky Valley Schools - Abilene, Chapman, Clay Center Community,...
KSHSAA (Kansas High School Activities Association) has announced its Regional and Sub-State Assignments involving area prep basketball teams. The sites and schedules are as follows: Class 3A Sub-State Basketball at Marysville - Monday, Feb. 25 – Saturday, March 2. Schools - Atchison-Maur Hill/Mount...
The Big 7 League wrestling tournament was held on Feb. 8 at Royal Valley. The Holton Wildcats were crowned the Big 7 League Champs for the fourth consecutive year. Team Scores 1. Holton 193 points 2. Sabetha 128 points 3. Perry-Lecompton 110.5 points 4. Riverside 86.5 points 5. Royal Valley 60...
Blair Wagner's comical "Bubba" character made a surprise appearance at the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame induction ceremony last Wednesday, where Wagner was inducted into the Hall of Fame, along with Dr. David and Ange Allen, Dan Harris and Susan and Jerry Mencl. (Photo by David Powls)
Top stories in the Monday, Feb. 11 Holton Recorder include: • NEK-CAP has recently received a grant to help fight homelessness, and Jackson County will help administer those funds. Find out more about the grant in today’s edition. • This Friday, Feb. 15, members of Jackson Heights High School’s...

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Blair Wagner's comical "Bubba" character made a surprise appearance at the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame induction ceremony last Wednesday, where Wagner was inducted into the Hall of Fame, along with Dr. David and Ange Allen, Dan Harris and Susan and Jerry Mencl. (Photo by David Powls)

Top stories in the Monday, Feb. 11 Holton Recorder include:

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KSHSAA (Kansas High School Activities Association) has announced its regional wrestling assignments for area prep teams. The regionals are set for Friday and Saturday this week. Class 4A Regional...

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