Royal Valley will crown its King and Queen of Courts from these six students on Friday during halftime of the varsity boys basketball game against Hiawatha. Queen candidates include (seated, from left) Kenzie Hegemann, Mary Broxterman and Kiikto Thomas. King candidates are (standing, from left) Garrett Pruyser, Kobe Mills and Knowee Potts. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories in the Monday, Dec. 10 Holton Recorder include: • A tragic auto accident north of Holton claims the life of a Jackson Heights sophomore. Learn more about Garrett Klahr in today’s issue.
Studio 1 Dance Center students who performed “All I Want For Christmas Is You” during Saturday’s “Small Town Christmas” celebration in Holton included (from left) Payton Crawford, Khyia Jenkins, Julie Wellman, Keirya Taylor and Samantha LaRoche (back right). (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories in the Wednesday, Dec. 5 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
Chad Phillips, Jackson County Courthouse custodian, is shown above adjusting a gingerbread house display on the second floor of the Courthouse recently. Phillips constructed the display, as well as a large Christmas tree made of pine cones on the first floor of the building, for the Christmas season. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories in the Monday, Dec. 3 edition of The Holton Recorder:
Members of Holton High School’s wrestling team — from left, Drew Morris, Cale Hein, Braden Peven and Conner Gilliland — shoveled snow off driveways and sidewalks at homes near HHS on Tuesday afternoon. Head Wrestling Coach Cullen Jackson said team members needed to “burn off some nervous energy” after their Thanksgiving break was extended by two days due to Sunday’s blizzard. Students in all Jackson County schools got Monday and Tuesday off due to the snowstorm. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Wednesday, Nov. 28 edition of The Holton Recorder:

Vince Vandehaar (at right) of Olathe’s VVV Consultants led a town hall meeting on Thursday, gathering information to be compiled into an updated community health needs assessment for Jackson County. The finished assessment will be released sometime in January, Vandehaar said. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, Nov. 19 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
Walt Wells drove a jeep around Holton’s Town Square (with David Roller as a passenger) in honor of his father, a military veteran, during Friday’s Veterans Day Parade. (Photo by David Powls)
Top stories in the Monday, Nov. 12, 2018 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
Royal Valley will crown its King and Queen of Courts from these six students on Friday during halftime of the varsity boys basketball game against Hiawatha. Queen candidates include (seated, from left) Kenzie Hegemann, Mary Broxterman and Kiikto Thomas. King candidates are (standing, from left) Garrett Pruyser, Kobe Mills and Knowee Potts. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Studio 1 Dance Center students who performed “All I Want For Christmas Is You” during Saturday’s “Small Town Christmas” celebration in Holton included (from left) Payton Crawford, Khyia Jenkins, Julie Wellman, Keirya Taylor and Samantha LaRoche (back right). (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Chad Phillips, Jackson County Courthouse custodian, is shown above adjusting a gingerbread house display on the second floor of the Courthouse recently. Phillips constructed the display, as well as a large Christmas tree made of pine cones on the first floor of the building, for the Christmas season. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Members of Holton High School’s wrestling team — from left, Drew Morris, Cale Hein, Braden Peven and Conner Gilliland — shoveled snow off driveways and sidewalks at homes near HHS on Tuesday afternoon. Head Wrestling Coach Cullen Jackson said team members needed to “burn off some nervous energy” after their Thanksgiving break was extended by two days due to Sunday’s blizzard. Students in all Jackson County schools got Monday and Tuesday off due to the snowstorm. (Photo by Brian Sanders)

Vince Vandehaar (at right) of Olathe’s VVV Consultants led a town hall meeting on Thursday, gathering information to be compiled into an updated community health needs assessment for Jackson County. The finished assessment will be released sometime in January, Vandehaar said. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Walt Wells drove a jeep around Holton’s Town Square (with David Roller as a passenger) in honor of his father, a military veteran, during Friday’s Veterans Day Parade. (Photo by David Powls)
Royal Valley will crown its King and Queen of Courts from these six students on Friday during halftime of the varsity boys basketball game against Hiawatha. Queen candidates include (seated, from left) Kenzie Hegemann, Mary Broxterman and Kiikto Thomas. King candidates are (standing, from left) Garrett Pruyser, Kobe Mills and Knowee Potts. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories in the Monday, Dec. 10 Holton Recorder include: • A tragic auto accident north of Holton claims the life of a Jackson Heights sophomore. Learn more about Garrett Klahr in today’s issue. • Developmental Services of Jackson County have created a hit with their “National Lampoon’s...
Holton High School’s Wildcat cheer squad was named Class 3A state runner-up at the recent 2018 KSHSAA Game Day State Cheer Competition, held at the Kansas Ex­pocentre in Topeka. This is the HHS cheer squad’s first year of participation at the state competition, it was reported. The squad came in...
The Class 3A Holton High School Lady Wildcats are preparing for the 2018-19 prep basketball season with three returning starters and nine total returning letterwinners from last year’s team that went 11-3 in the Big Seven League and 15-6 overall. HHS head coach Jon Holliday is back for his 28th...
Bill Snyder, architect of perhaps the greatest turnaround in the history of college football and arguably one of the best college football coaches of all time, announced his retirement yesterday as the head football coach at Kansas State. The winningest coach in the history of K-State football with...

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Royal Valley will crown its King and Queen of Courts from these six students on Friday during halftime of the varsity boys basketball game against Hiawatha. Queen candidates include (seated, from left) Kenzie Hegemann, Mary Broxterman and Kiikto Thomas. King candidates are (standing, from left) Garrett Pruyser, Kobe Mills and Knowee Potts. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)

Top stories in the Monday, Dec. 10 Holton Recorder include:

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Holton High School’s Wildcat cheer squad was named Class 3A state runner-up at the recent 2018 KSHSAA Game Day State Cheer Competition, held at the Kansas Ex­pocentre in Topeka. This is...

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