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Holton High School 4A boys sub-state champions. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Two Jackson County high school basketball teams brought home the championship trophy from their respective sub-state basketball tournaments recently.
Gov. Laura Kelly (center) recognized the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation for its efforts to vaccinate members of the Nation and Jackson County residents. Gov. Kelly is shown above with members of the Tribal Council and Kristina Simmons, health center administrator (front row, at right). Tribal council members include Camilla Chouteau (front row, at left) and (back row, from left) Chairman Joseph Rupnick, Zach Pahmahmie, William Evans, Raphael Wahwassuck, Tony Wahweotten and Wade Pahmahmie.
After installing a new sign for Home Town Health Care on the southwest corner of Holton’s Town Square, Eric Knox, owner of Knox Signs & Graphics of Topeka, scraped off additional window displays from the former Holton Community Hospital Home Health and Hospice office, which has moved to the downstairs of the Holton Medical Pharmacy and Holton Dental building next to HCH at 1100 Columbine Dr. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Travis and Brittany DeBarge (shown at left) have purchased Penny's on the west side of the Holton Square. Sally DeBarge (shown at right) is managing the shop.
Holton High School 4A boys sub-state champions. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Gov. Laura Kelly (center) recognized the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation for its efforts to vaccinate members of the Nation and Jackson County residents. Gov. Kelly is shown above with members of the Tribal Council and Kristina Simmons, health center administrator (front row, at right). Tribal council members include Camilla Chouteau (front row, at left) and (back row, from left) Chairman Joseph Rupnick, Zach Pahmahmie, William Evans, Raphael Wahwassuck, Tony Wahweotten and Wade Pahmahmie.
The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation’s efforts to vaccinate members of the Nation, as well as Royal Valley teachers and Jackson County residents, against COVID-19 were praised by Gov. Laura Kelly, who visited the PBP Health Center on Monday. “This is the way it’s supposed to work - people partnering...
Adele Wahwassuck is shown being sworn into the Royal Valley Board of Education recently.
Adele Wahwassuck, 36, of Mayetta has been selected to fill the open position on the Royal Valley Board of Education. During the board’s meeting Monday evening, Wahwassuck was unanimously selected to fill the unexpired term of Tug Wamego, who recently moved out of the district. She was the only...
A Hiawatha native who currently serves as the superintendent at a western Kansas school has been chosen to serve as the new superintendent at Jackson Heights. Jim Howard, who has served the Hoxie school district as its superintendent and elementary school principal for the past five years, was...
Jackson County has overspent its Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds, and the Jackson County Commissioners are seeking reimbursements from the Jackson County Attorney’s Office and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office for overages related to their CARES Act-funded...

Sports

Holton High School 4A boys sub-state champions. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Two Jackson County high school basketball teams brought home the championship trophy from their respective sub-state basketball tournaments recently. Holton High School boys celebrated their 60-56...

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