An average of 100 youth are taking advantage of the free lunches being served this summer at Holton Elementary School between 11 a.m. and noon each weekday, it was reported. Here, Elizabeth Boehm (left), 8, and Constance Kautz-Johansen, 12, are shown enjoying a recent lunch that included loaded nachos, fruit and vegetables. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories in the Wednesday, June 19 Holton Recorder include:
Participating Biking Across Kansas riders, shown here heading east on Fourth Street past Colorado Avenue, made their way into Holton on Friday afternoon, with the bulk of the more than 825 riders coming in between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Regular traffic took care to make sure that the riders were not impeded on their way to Holton High School. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, June 17 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
Kenzie Liles, age 5, was probably the youngest entry in the Denison parade held Saturday during the “Smoking’ for the Park” event as she drove this tractor will assistance from her grandfather, Dan Goodman. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories in the Wednesday, June 12 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
The 26th-annual Prairie Lake Pickin’ Party this past weekend featured the music of 15 groups, including Legacy, which took the Prairie Lake stage on Friday evening. Band members — from left to right, Randy Rahberg on banjo, Don Anderson on bass and Jim Rood and Bob Hirt on guitars — said their appearance at this year’s Pickin’ Party marks the band's 20th appearance at the annual event. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, June 10 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
The “Second Annual Pops Concert On The Square” drew hundreds to the east side of the Jackson Counnty Courtyard on Thursday evening for performances by about 200 band students in the Holton school district. Here, Jayme Malsom is seen conducting the sixth-grade band. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
The “Second Annual Pops Concert On The Square” drew hundreds to the east side of the Jackson County Courtyard on Thursday evening for performances by about 200 band students in the Holton school district, according to Holton band director Jayme Ma
Holton Elementary School’s third-graders donned party hats — and other kinds of hats — for their spring concert last Tuesday in the Holton High School auditorium. The headgear was key to the musical presented by the class, titled “Hats! A Musical That Celebrates What’s Underneath.” (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in today’s (Monday, May 6) edition of The Holton Recorder include:
An average of 100 youth are taking advantage of the free lunches being served this summer at Holton Elementary School between 11 a.m. and noon each weekday, it was reported. Here, Elizabeth Boehm (left), 8, and Constance Kautz-Johansen, 12, are shown enjoying a recent lunch that included loaded nachos, fruit and vegetables. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Participating Biking Across Kansas riders, shown here heading east on Fourth Street past Colorado Avenue, made their way into Holton on Friday afternoon, with the bulk of the more than 825 riders coming in between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Regular traffic took care to make sure that the riders were not impeded on their way to Holton High School. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Kenzie Liles, age 5, was probably the youngest entry in the Denison parade held Saturday during the “Smoking’ for the Park” event as she drove this tractor will assistance from her grandfather, Dan Goodman. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
The 26th-annual Prairie Lake Pickin’ Party this past weekend featured the music of 15 groups, including Legacy, which took the Prairie Lake stage on Friday evening. Band members — from left to right, Randy Rahberg on banjo, Don Anderson on bass and Jim Rood and Bob Hirt on guitars — said their appearance at this year’s Pickin’ Party marks the band's 20th appearance at the annual event. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
The “Second Annual Pops Concert On The Square” drew hundreds to the east side of the Jackson Counnty Courtyard on Thursday evening for performances by about 200 band students in the Holton school district. Here, Jayme Malsom is seen conducting the sixth-grade band. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Holton Elementary School’s third-graders donned party hats — and other kinds of hats — for their spring concert last Tuesday in the Holton High School auditorium. The headgear was key to the musical presented by the class, titled “Hats! A Musical That Celebrates What’s Underneath.” (Photo by Brian Sanders)
The Jackson County Fair Association hosted its 10th Annual Ranch Rodeo at the fairgrounds recently. Fifteen teams competed in the ranch rodeo this year. Ranch rodeos are popular because they show ranch workers competing at activities that they must peform on a regular basis in their everyday work....
Kansas State women’s basketball head coach Jeff Mittie has added a piece to the Wildcat backcourt for the 2019-20 season, as K-State has brought in freshman guard Emilee Ebert from Frankfort. Ebert is the fifth player on the roster from the state of Kansas. Ebert, shown at right, joins an incoming...
An average of 100 youth are taking advantage of the free lunches being served this summer at Holton Elementary School between 11 a.m. and noon each weekday, it was reported. Here, Elizabeth Boehm (left), 8, and Constance Kautz-Johansen, 12, are shown enjoying a recent lunch that included loaded nachos, fruit and vegetables. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories in the Wednesday, June 19 Holton Recorder include: • The Holton USD 336 Board of Education plans to compare estimated costs of establishing a permanent home for the district’s maintenance department at the former Central Elementary School with making the old Jackson County Fair Building...
Participating Biking Across Kansas riders, shown here heading east on Fourth Street past Colorado Avenue, made their way into Holton on Friday afternoon, with the bulk of the more than 825 riders coming in between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Regular traffic took care to make sure that the riders were not impeded on their way to Holton High School. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, June 17 edition of The Holton Recorder include: • More than 825 cyclists participating in this year’s Biking Across Kansas event rolled into Holton on Friday afternoon for the final overnight stop of their journey, and Holton’s welcomed them with open arms. We’ll tell you...

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An average of 100 youth are taking advantage of the free lunches being served this summer at Holton Elementary School between 11 a.m. and noon each weekday, it was reported. Here, Elizabeth Boehm (left), 8, and Constance Kautz-Johansen, 12, are shown enjoying a recent lunch that included loaded nachos, fruit and vegetables. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)

Top stories in the Wednesday, June 19 Holton Recorder include:

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The Jackson County Fair Association hosted its 10th Annual Ranch Rodeo at the fairgrounds recently. Fifteen teams competed in the ranch rodeo this year. Ranch rodeos are popular because they show...

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