David (right) and Evelyn Allen will be inducted into the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame this February. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
As young adults preparing to explore the world beyond Jackson County, David and Evelyn Allen found themselves looking ahead to careers in education.
Longtime educators Cari (left) and Vern Andrews of Holton will be inducted into the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame for their work in the community — Vern with Charitable Vending and the Dolly Parton Imagination Library and Cari with the Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Vern and Cari Andrews of Holton are, first and foremost, educators — he at Jackson Heights High School, she at Holton Elementary School.
Holton High School sophomore Katelyn Ingels placed “bottle hangers” on alcoholic beverages at 75 Liquor last Wednesday as part of the Jackson County Youth Coalition’s “Sticker Shock” program, advising alcohol consumers not to purchase such beverages for those under 21. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
During a recent Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Lindsay Alley (shown above at left) and Laura Golden (at right) helped display a sample of a patriotic banner that is being sold here to honor veterans.
David (right) and Evelyn Allen will be inducted into the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame this February. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Several volunteers spent yesterday afternoon preparing the south side of the Jackson County Courthouse courtyard for the Christmas season. In the photo above, Jerry Mencl (at left), a Courthouse custodian, and Gary Shupe (at right) are shown installing several of the historic Christmas displays, including a caroler and Santa Claus, in the courtyard.
This recent sunrise in Jackson County was captured by Bob McBroom.
Longtime educators Cari (left) and Vern Andrews of Holton will be inducted into the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame for their work in the community — Vern with Charitable Vending and the Dolly Parton Imagination Library and Cari with the Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Recent repairs on Banner Road at Holton’s southern edge may have felt like “speed bumps” to drivers, but Holton City Manager Kerwin McKee told the Holton City Commission on Monday that he is looking at funding options for necessary — albeit expensive — asphalt overlay work to smooth things over. At...
It’s time for a new calendar and a new burn permit as the New Year begins in Jackson County. Jackson County residents are required to apply for a new burn permit for 2022 as the county’s previous permits expired on Dec. 31. Since 2015, county burn permits expire every two years on Dec. 31 of every...
The Holton City Commission kicked off 2022 by approving a health insurance contract with Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Kansas for city employees while tabling action on a life insurance policy for the year, pending further investigation. Holton City Manager Kerwin McKee told commissioners that the...
Both full and part-time county employees have received a “one-time, premium pay bonus” for their efforts as essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been reported. The Jackson County Commissioners recently approved a motion to utilize American Rescue Plan Act funds for the bonuses. A...

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Recent repairs on Banner Road at Holton’s southern edge may have felt like “speed bumps” to drivers, but Holton City Manager Kerwin McKee told the Holton City Commission on Monday that he is lookin

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