Three generations of the Childs family from Netawaka and Holton will appear on an upcoming episode of the TV game show "Family Feud."In the photo above, the Childs women are shown with the show's host comedian Steve Harvey. Those pictured are (from left) Amanda (Williams) Kennedy, April (Grace) Zeller, Beth (Childs) Pagel, Steve Harvey, Bree Williams and Brandy (Pagel) Watkins.
By Ali Holcomb The Childs family of Netawaka and Holton will appear on the TV game show Family Feud next week.
Bob Brown, shown above with his wife, Marilyn, is retiring as the organist and choir director at Holton's First Untied Methodist Church.
For more than six decades, Robert Brown has provided organ music for services at Holton’s First United Methodist Church, and for more than half a century, Brown has directed the church’s chancel choir.
Jackson Heights High School seniors Kaleb Keehn (left) and Hannah Williams were named homecoming king and queen on Friday night, at halftime of the Cobras’ 46-7 dismantling of the Oskaloosa High School Bears. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Jackson Heights High School seniors Kaleb Keehn (left) and Hannah Williams were named homecoming king and queen on Friday night, at halftime of the Cobras’ 46-7 dismantling of the Oskaloosa High School Bears. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Royal Valley High School seniors Lucas Broxterman (left) and Masey Lafferty were named homecoming king and queen prior to Friday night’s Panthers football game against Kansas City-Riverside. The Panthers won the game, 33-21. (Photo by Michael Powls)
Royal Valley High School seniors Lucas Broxterman and Masey Lafferty were named homecoming king and queen prior to Friday night’s Panthers football game against Kansas City-Riverside.
Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal members (from left) SahBi Potts, Knowee Potts and Keesis Potts are shown above holding signs in protest of the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline during the Mayetta Pioneer Day parade on Saturday, Aug. 10. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
  The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation has pledged its support for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe as it protests the Dakota Access Pipeline, it has been reported.
Lisa Deghand is shown above holding a picture of her late husband, Sergeant First Class Bernard Lee Deghand, who was killed in Afghanistan.
Editor’s note: This is the 28th in a series of stories about past and present Jackson County residents who earned the Purple Heart Medal, which is awarded to military personnel wounded or killed in the line of duty.
Three generations of the Childs family from Netawaka and Holton will appear on an upcoming episode of the TV game show "Family Feud."In the photo above, the Childs women are shown with the show's host comedian Steve Harvey. Those pictured are (from left) Amanda (Williams) Kennedy, April (Grace) Zeller, Beth (Childs) Pagel, Steve Harvey, Bree Williams and Brandy (Pagel) Watkins.
Bob Brown, shown above with his wife, Marilyn, is retiring as the organist and choir director at Holton's First Untied Methodist Church.
Jackson Heights High School seniors Kaleb Keehn (left) and Hannah Williams were named homecoming king and queen on Friday night, at halftime of the Cobras’ 46-7 dismantling of the Oskaloosa High School Bears. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Royal Valley High School seniors Lucas Broxterman (left) and Masey Lafferty were named homecoming king and queen prior to Friday night’s Panthers football game against Kansas City-Riverside. The Panthers won the game, 33-21. (Photo by Michael Powls)
Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal members (from left) SahBi Potts, Knowee Potts and Keesis Potts are shown above holding signs in protest of the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline during the Mayetta Pioneer Day parade on Saturday, Aug. 10. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Lisa Deghand is shown above holding a picture of her late husband, Sergeant First Class Bernard Lee Deghand, who was killed in Afghanistan.
Three generations of the Childs family from Netawaka and Holton will appear on an upcoming episode of the TV game show "Family Feud."In the photo above, the Childs women are shown with the show's host comedian Steve Harvey. Those pictured are (from left) Amanda (Williams) Kennedy, April (Grace) Zeller, Beth (Childs) Pagel, Steve Harvey, Bree Williams and Brandy (Pagel) Watkins.
By Ali Holcomb The Childs family of Netawaka and Holton will appear on the TV game show Family Feud next week. “My son-in-law always says, ‘Put the Childs girls in front of a microphone and watch out,’” said Beth (Childs) Pagel. “You’ll never know what will happen, and we proved it.” Beth, her...
Traffic concerns along 10th Street near Holton High School have spurred a group of Holton citizens to seek more traffic control in that area. On Monday, the Holton City Commission instructed Holton Street Superintendent Greg Tanking to put a stop sign at the intersection of 10th and Pennsylvania...
Bob Brown, shown above with his wife, Marilyn, is retiring as the organist and choir director at Holton's First Untied Methodist Church.
For more than six decades, Robert Brown has provided organ music for services at Holton’s First United Methodist Church, and for more than half a century, Brown has directed the church’s chancel choir. Now, because of “health and stress,” Brown has decided to step down from both posts. “I’ve been a...
An “educational initiatives” program has been formed to support the Banner Creek Science Center and honor the “passion for education” of the late Tom Davies of Holton, it has been reported. Davies’ family and the science center’s board of directors have formed an ongoing program known as the Tom...

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Three generations of the Childs family from Netawaka and Holton will appear on an upcoming episode of the TV game show "Family Feud."In the photo above, the Childs women are shown with the show's host comedian Steve Harvey. Those pictured are (from left) Amanda (Williams) Kennedy, April (Grace) Zeller, Beth (Childs) Pagel, Steve Harvey, Bree Williams and Brandy (Pagel) Watkins.

By Ali Holcomb

The Childs family of Netawaka and Holton will appear on the TV game show Family Feud next week.

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