Brick and masonry work on the outside of the new Holton Elementary School shows how far the construction project has come in recent weeks. During the Holton school board meeting on Monday, representatives of Nabholz Construction said the school construction project is on schedule for the school's opening this fall. Roof work over entire building is expected to be in place in the next few days, enabling construction crews to work exclusively on the inside of the building, they said.
Holton elementary school students will be finishing up classes three days earlier than expected in May, following action taken by the school board here Monday evening.
A King and Queen of Courts will be chosen from these Jackson Heights High School seniors, with royalty to be announced and crowned at halftime of the varsity boys game against Oskaloosa on Friday, Feb. 12.
Holton High School seniors Sydney McRae (left) and Torin Kaboudan were named queen and king of the Wildcats’ winter courtwarming games against Sabetha on Friday evening. The ‘Cats split the evening’s games against the Blue Jays, with the boys varsity team getting a home court win while the girls took a loss. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Holton High School seniors Sydney McRae (left) and Torin Kaboudan were named queen and king of the Wildcats’ winter courtwarming games against Sabetha on Friday evening.
Members of the second AmeriCorps team to visit Holton include, front row, from left, Daniel Vento, John Casertano, Sam Fletcher and Angelina Jimenez. Back row, from left: team leader Kerry Aszklar, Ashley James, Julia Hamer, Lainey Castle, Margaret Water’s, Brittney Donovan and Mark Lisowski. The team will be in Holton through April 1 to perform various community service projects.
In December, Sam Fletcher of Pullman, Wash., and Mark Lisowski of Chicago, Ill., were working for Habitat for Humanity in Conway, an Arkansas community just north of Little Rock.
Brick and masonry work on the outside of the new Holton Elementary School shows how far the construction project has come in recent weeks. During the Holton school board meeting on Monday, representatives of Nabholz Construction said the school construction project is on schedule for the school's opening this fall. Roof work over entire building is expected to be in place in the next few days, enabling construction crews to work exclusively on the inside of the building, they said.
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-KS) touched on a variety of topics, including health care for veterans and education funding, during a special town hall meeting Monday morning at the Jackson County Courthouse in Holton.
Holton High School seniors Sydney McRae (left) and Torin Kaboudan were named queen and king of the Wildcats’ winter courtwarming games against Sabetha on Friday evening. The ‘Cats split the evening’s games against the Blue Jays, with the boys varsity team getting a home court win while the girls took a loss. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Members of the second AmeriCorps team to visit Holton include, front row, from left, Daniel Vento, John Casertano, Sam Fletcher and Angelina Jimenez. Back row, from left: team leader Kerry Aszklar, Ashley James, Julia Hamer, Lainey Castle, Margaret Water’s, Brittney Donovan and Mark Lisowski. The team will be in Holton through April 1 to perform various community service projects.
Holton High School will announce its winter courtwarming king and queen at halftime of the Wildcat varsity boys basketball game against Sabetha on Friday. Queen candidates are, from left on front row, Hayley Thompson, Sarah Sweet, Megan Rhule and Sydney McRae. King candidates are, from left on back row, Tanner New, Torin Kaboudan, Austin Frakes and Josh Bjelland. Friday’s games begin at 4:30 p.m. in the HHS gym. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Sam Swindale (at left) of Holton is the winner of The Holton Recorder's 2016 Super Football Sweepstakes. Swindale submitted the closest entry by predicting a 23-10 win for the NFL's Denver Broncos over the Carolina Panthers. The actual score was 24-10 in Denver's favor. Swindale is pictured with Holton Recorder advertising representatives Shannon Schmille (center) and Errin Edwards (right).
Sam Swindale of Holton was named the winner of the 2016 Super Football Sweepstakes, as her prediction for the outcome of the Super Bowl last Sunday was the closest of any of the 471 entries in the free contest. Swindale’s prediction was just one point off the actual score. Swindale predicted a 23-...
Brick and masonry work on the outside of the new Holton Elementary School shows how far the construction project has come in recent weeks. During the Holton school board meeting on Monday, representatives of Nabholz Construction said the school construction project is on schedule for the school's opening this fall. Roof work over entire building is expected to be in place in the next few days, enabling construction crews to work exclusively on the inside of the building, they said.
Holton elementary school students will be finishing up classes three days earlier than expected in May, following action taken by the school board here Monday evening. The final day of classes for elementary students at the Colorado and Central Elementary Schools will be Friday, May 20, it was...
A group of local military veterans seeking to build a new monument in Holton’s Linscott Park to honor Jackson County’s Purple Heart recipients is almost halfway now to its fund-raising goal for construction of the monument, according to Mike McManigal, director of American Legion Riders Post 44 in...
Temperatures may be dropping in the Jackson County area, but members of the county’s 4-H clubs are getting warmed up for another busy year. Their talents will be on display at the annual Jackson County 4-H Club Day, set to begin at 9 a.m. Saturday at Jackson Heights High School. The event is open...

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Sam Swindale (at left) of Holton is the winner of The Holton Recorder's 2016 Super Football Sweepstakes. Swindale submitted the closest entry by predicting a 23-10 win for the NFL's Denver Broncos over the Carolina Panthers. The actual score was 24-10 in Denver's favor. Swindale is pictured with Holton Recorder advertising representatives Shannon Schmille (center) and Errin Edwards (right).

Sam Swindale of Holton was named the winner of the 2016 Super Football Sweepstakes, as her prediction for the outcome of the Super Bowl last Sunday was the closest of any of the 471 entr

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Holton's Bryson Patch (center) stepped through a trio of Sabetha Blue Jay defenders to go for a score, with teammate Aaron Bain (at right) at the ready for a pass. Patch contributed 25 points to the Wildcats' 47-38 victory on Friday. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
  Holton High School’s boys var­sity basketball team evened up its record with Sabetha for the 2015-16 season with an encouraging 47-38 win over the Blue Jays on Fri­day, thanks...

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