Wildcat Shari Riley (shown above, front right) passes out of the double team of teammates Quinn Holaday (middle right) and Courtney Boswell (middle) as the Wildcats worked through their offense at a recent practice.
  As HHS girls basketball coach Jon Holliday has been noted to say about his team’s success through the years, it’s the same song, just a different verse. The how doesn’t change too much, just the why and the who behind the success.
The Barta family, which includes (from left) Mason, Tabor, Tonya and Brooks, are opening up their home on 214th Road next Saturday as one of five stops on the “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” homes tour.
For the Brooks and Tonya Barta family, Christmas is about traditions, and it’s also about snowmen – lots and lots of snowmen.
Mike Ford’s love of astronomy helped him to launch the Elk Creek Observatory at Holton High School, and the observatory played a major part in the development of the Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory west of Holton. Ford has been named to the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame for 2015.
Mike Ford’s love of astronomy began as a child in the 1950s, when he would watch science fiction programs and movies on television.
The home of Andrew and Breann Hinman of rural Holton was destroyed in an early Saturday fire. Family, friends and community members are rallying around the Hinman family to provide support in the wake of the fire.
An early Saturday fire may have destroyed the home of a rural Holton family, but family and friends have helped them to begin recovery efforts in earnest, it was reported.
The Wilkerson family, which includes (from left) Les, Rosalie and Rosemary, are showcasing their holiday decor during the Dec. 6 “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” homes tour. The tour features five local homes and is a fund-raiser for the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce.
Christmas may be more than a month away, but the Wilkerson family of Holton is already ready.
Wildcat Shari Riley (shown above, front right) passes out of the double team of teammates Quinn Holaday (middle right) and Courtney Boswell (middle) as the Wildcats worked through their offense at a recent practice.
The Barta family, which includes (from left) Mason, Tabor, Tonya and Brooks, are opening up their home on 214th Road next Saturday as one of five stops on the “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” homes tour.
Mike Ford’s love of astronomy helped him to launch the Elk Creek Observatory at Holton High School, and the observatory played a major part in the development of the Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory west of Holton. Ford has been named to the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame for 2015.
The home of Andrew and Breann Hinman of rural Holton was destroyed in an early Saturday fire. Family, friends and community members are rallying around the Hinman family to provide support in the wake of the fire.
Members of The Holton Recorder’s All-County volleyball team are pictured above and include (front row, left to right) Megan Rhule (HHS), Mallory Fate (HHS), Jaycee Worrell (RVHS), Caitlin Burns (RVHS), (back row, left to right) Hayley Thompson (HHS), Aidan Allen (JHHS), Sarah Beam (RVHS), Hannah Beam (RVHS) and Anna Johnson (RVHS).
The Wilkerson family, which includes (from left) Les, Rosalie and Rosemary, are showcasing their holiday decor during the Dec. 6 “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” homes tour. The tour features five local homes and is a fund-raiser for the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce.
Wildcat Shari Riley (shown above, front right) passes out of the double team of teammates Quinn Holaday (middle right) and Courtney Boswell (middle) as the Wildcats worked through their offense at a recent practice.
  As HHS girls basketball coach Jon Holliday has been noted to say about his team’s success through the years, it’s the same song, just a different verse. The how doesn’t change too much, just the why and the who behind the success. Last year was more of the same, despite having a very young group...
Royal Valley's Kate Hanson (shown above, right) and Bella Thompson (middle) fight for a loose ball as the Panthers worked on their pressure defense during a recent practice.
  After a very successful fall sports season for the Lady Panthers, it’s no surprise the Royal Valley girls basketball program will be trying to build off that this winter. For the girls on the volleyball team that took third at state and even for those not on the team, RV coach Corey Katzer said...
Cobra Brianna Cattrell (shown above, far left) fights for a rebound with Shelby Zule while teammate Kate Lierz (middle) also looks to get into the mix at recent practice.
  If practice makes perfect, then the Jackson Heights girls basketball team is certainly headed in the right direction entering the 2014-2015 season. The Cobras have brought a workmanlike attitude to practices so far this season, focusing on the task at hand, and head coach Dan Shupe said that...
  Some area youth teams recently ended the fall slate with a bang, such as the Jackson Heights fifth and sixth-grade tackle football team. The Cobras competed in the Topeka YMCA Tackle Football League where they finished 3-4 overall in the regular season before roaring through the playoff field on...

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Wildcat Shari Riley (shown above, front right) passes out of the double team of teammates Quinn Holaday (middle right) and Courtney Boswell (middle) as the Wildcats worked through their offense at a recent practice.
  As HHS girls basketball coach Jon Holliday has been noted to say about his team’s success through the years, it’s the same song, just a different verse. The how doesn’t...

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