As part of the Kansas Legacy Run, American Legion Riders from across Kansas stopped on Friday morning at the Purple Heart monument at Holton’s Linscott Park to pay tribute to the late Pfc. Cody Baker and other fallen soldiers from the area. In the photo above, Baker’s parents, Candy (left) and Mike (center) McManigal are shown during the ceremony along with Theardies “T-Man” Fisher of Wichita. About 40 motorcycle riders participated in the run that went through Holton. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
About 40 motorcycle riders stopped at Holton’s Linscott Park on Friday morning to honor area fallen soldiers as part of the American Legion Riders’ fourth annual Kansas Legacy Run.
U.S. Army Specialist Matthew H.
Lane Lassister of Mick’s Tree Service is shown above after installing a solar light atop a flag pole at Hoyt Cemetery recently.
A retirement celebration was held at Holton Elementary School last Thursday afternoon for the four retiring  staff members shown above (from left) Nancy Lundin, Mary Porter, Sheila Day and Robin Fernkopf. The last day of classes for Holton students is Wednesday. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
When the school term comes to a close in Holton on Wednesday, four USD 336 staff members will be retiring after more than 100 years of combined service. 
Royal Valley Board of Education President Cindy Broxterman (right) presented a high school diploma to Chaley Lemmon on Sunday - one of 49 seniors from the Class of 2018 - as Superintendent Aaric Davis looked on. Also shown in the photo are RVHS Vice President John Martin in the background, who read the names of all the graduates, and senior Dawson Lyming (far left) who was next to receive his diploma. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Forty-nine Royal Valley High School seniors graduated on Sunday – Mother’s Day – at the high school gym.
As part of the Kansas Legacy Run, American Legion Riders from across Kansas stopped on Friday morning at the Purple Heart monument at Holton’s Linscott Park to pay tribute to the late Pfc. Cody Baker and other fallen soldiers from the area. In the photo above, Baker’s parents, Candy (left) and Mike (center) McManigal are shown during the ceremony along with Theardies “T-Man” Fisher of Wichita. About 40 motorcycle riders participated in the run that went through Holton. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
A retirement celebration was held at Holton Elementary School last Thursday afternoon for the four retiring  staff members shown above (from left) Nancy Lundin, Mary Porter, Sheila Day and Robin Fernkopf. The last day of classes for Holton students is Wednesday. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Royal Valley Board of Education President Cindy Broxterman (right) presented a high school diploma to Chaley Lemmon on Sunday - one of 49 seniors from the Class of 2018 - as Superintendent Aaric Davis looked on. Also shown in the photo are RVHS Vice President John Martin in the background, who read the names of all the graduates, and senior Dawson Lyming (far left) who was next to receive his diploma. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
K-State Athletics will honor a group of nine outstanding individuals with induction into its Athletics Hall of Fame in September, school officials announced today, school officials have announced. The 2018 Hall of Fame class includes Christine Boucher (women’s golf), Rita Graves (women’s track and...
Republicans in northeastern Kansas seeking state and national positions reminded a crowd of more than 60 at a GOP meet-and-greet at the Netawaka Fitness Center last Saturday that with mid-term elections coming up this fall, the GOP is on the defensive. But the prevailing theme of the event,...
Ballots for the 2018 Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal election were mailed to registered voters recently, and 24 candidates have filed for six open positions on the Tribal Council, Gaming Commission and Ethics Commission. Liana Onnen, current Tribal Council Chairperson, is seeking her second four-...
The Holton school district will likely have new and stricter rules for students riding school buses in the fall, following comments made at Monday evening’s school board meeting. New and stricter rules for student attendance are also in the works, it was reported. Bob Davies, superintendent, said...

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Republicans in northeastern Kansas seeking state and national positions reminded a crowd of more than 60 at a GOP meet-and-greet at the Netawaka Fitness Cen

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K-State Athletics will honor a group of nine outstanding individuals with induction into its Athletics Hall of Fame in September, school officials announced today, school officials have announced....

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