Lucy Ryff (third from left) and area veteran Franklin Peuker (second from right) carried a wreath and flowers to the Civil War memorial at Monday’s Memorial Day ceremony in Holton Cemetery, conducted jointly by Holton’s American Legion and VFW posts. Looking on in the background were local veterans (from left to right) Bob Schiffbauer, Ryff’s grandfather; Les Crawshaw; John Chiles (partially hidden); and Gregg Moser. (Photo by David Powls)
Lucy Ryff (third from left) and area veteran Franklin Peuker (second from right) carried a wreath and flowers to the Civil War memorial at Monday’s Memorial Day ceremony in Holton Cemetery, conducted jointly by Holton’s American Legion and VFW pos
Holton High School magna cum laude graduate Kiana Jessepe (right) gave her valedictory speech while classmate and fellow magna cum laude graduate Kale Purcell looked on. A total of 66 HHS seniors graduated during May 15 commencement exercises. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Holton High School magna cum laude graduate Kiana Jessepe (right) gave her valedictory speech while classmate and fellow magna cum laude graduate Kale Purcell looked on. A total of 66 HHS seniors graduated during May 15 commencement exercises.
Holton Elementary School Assistant Principal Taylor Dunham, shown at left in the photo above, puckered up to kiss a pig held by Holton High School ag teacher Jason Larison (right) during a Monday morning celebration of a non-perishable food drive conducted by HES students that saw more than 1,100 food items collected for the JCMA Emergency Food Pantry. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Holton Elementary School Assistant Principal Taylor Dunham puckered up to kiss a pig held by Holton High School ag teacher Jason Larison during a Monday morning celebration of a non-perishable food drive conducted by HES students that saw more tha
Members of the Royal Valley High School KAY Club hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the official opening of the new walking and nature trail behind RVHS. KAY Club members shown include (from left) Alyssa Levier, Lilly Rooks and Kennedy Bryan, along with Brenda Lambrecht, KAY sponsor. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to mark the official opening of the new walking and nature trail behind Royal Valley High School.
Lucy Ryff (third from left) and area veteran Franklin Peuker (second from right) carried a wreath and flowers to the Civil War memorial at Monday’s Memorial Day ceremony in Holton Cemetery, conducted jointly by Holton’s American Legion and VFW posts. Looking on in the background were local veterans (from left to right) Bob Schiffbauer, Ryff’s grandfather; Les Crawshaw; John Chiles (partially hidden); and Gregg Moser. (Photo by David Powls)
Jackson Heights High School student Garrett Klahr, who died in a 2018 traffic accident, was honored by his classmates (shown from left to right, Dylan Thompson, Amaya Marlatt, Jason White, Garrett Will and Kati Woltje) during JHHS commencement exercises on Sunday. Nineteen JHHS seniors received their diplomas during commencement exercises on May 16. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Royal Valley High School seniors Bryar Barnett (third from right), Kenneth Bell (second from right), Luke Boyden (partially hidden) and Caleb Boyer (at right) lined up to receive their diplomas at Saturday’s commencement, which marked the 50th class of RVHS seniors to graduate from the district. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Holton High School magna cum laude graduate Kiana Jessepe (right) gave her valedictory speech while classmate and fellow magna cum laude graduate Kale Purcell looked on. A total of 66 HHS seniors graduated during May 15 commencement exercises. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Holton Elementary School Assistant Principal Taylor Dunham, shown at left in the photo above, puckered up to kiss a pig held by Holton High School ag teacher Jason Larison (right) during a Monday morning celebration of a non-perishable food drive conducted by HES students that saw more than 1,100 food items collected for the JCMA Emergency Food Pantry. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Members of the Royal Valley High School KAY Club hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the official opening of the new walking and nature trail behind RVHS. KAY Club members shown include (from left) Alyssa Levier, Lilly Rooks and Kennedy Bryan, along with Brenda Lambrecht, KAY sponsor. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
A primary election will be needed to narrow down the field of candidates for two school board positions in Jackson County, according to the Jackson County Clerk’s Office. Four people have forced a primary election for the position five seat on the Jackson Heights Board of Education, and four other...
The Holton and Royal Valley school districts are offering free meal programs this summer to area children, it has been announced. Holton USD 336 is providing a U.S. Department of Agriculture Summer Food Service Program to any child 18 years and younger this summer at the Holton Elementary School...
One of the fastest growing sports in the country is girls’ wrestling, and Holton High School is getting ready to start its own team next year with Mike Lovvorn at the helm. “It’s just going to be an amazing experience for these girls to go and be able to compete and battle,” said Lovvorn, who was...
Lisa Hyten, victim services coordinator for Jackson County, yesterday expressed her concerns with the Jackson County Commission’s recent actions to seek potential reimbursement from Jacqie Spradling, who served as the special prosecutor for the county during the Jacob Ewing trials. Hyten met with...

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A primary election will be needed to narrow down the field of candidates for two school board positions in Jackson County, according to the Jackson County Clerk’s Office.

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The 2020-2021 KSHSAA State Track and Field Meet was held this past weekend at Cessna Stadium at Wichita State University. This year was a three day state meet, Thursday, May 27 was Class 5A and 6A,...

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