A group of Holton High School clarinetists participated in a special marching band camp last week at HHS in preparation for fall football. Front row, from left: Kaitlyn Ramirez, Sydney Althauser and Hannah Newell; back row, from left: Katina Bartel and Lilly Kimberlin. School starts Thursday for students in Holton and other area schools. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, Aug. 13, 2018 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
The Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the mini market being held weekly this summer outside the Beck-Bookman Library. The Chamber also made the young entrepreneurs honorary Chamber members.
Holton native Dr. Jim Keen, shown here with his children Lexi and Logan, is returning to Holton to open a chiropractic office on the south side of Holton's Town Square. (Submitted photo)
Top stories in the Monday, Aug. 6, 2018 edition of The Holton Recorder include: • The Jackson County Commission is stepping up efforts to reboot the Neighborhood Revitalization Program to offer tax rebates for property improvements.
Whiting native Kasie VanDonge is completing a summer law clerkship for the office of Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt. VanDonge, a 2012 graduate of Jackson Heights High School, is assisting Schmidt’s o
Carl Brewer, former mayor of Wichita and a Democratic Party candidate for governor, shown above at right, visited with Barry Grissom, the former U.S. attorney who served as moderator for Sunday afternoon’s Democratic candidate forum held at the Prairie Band Potawatomi’s old bingo hall.
MAYETTA - One candidate for Kansas governor called for the legalization of marijuana in the state as a new state tax revenue stream while another candidate for governor said he might support a candidate for
A group of Holton High School clarinetists participated in a special marching band camp last week at HHS in preparation for fall football. Front row, from left: Kaitlyn Ramirez, Sydney Althauser and Hannah Newell; back row, from left: Katina Bartel and Lilly Kimberlin. School starts Thursday for students in Holton and other area schools. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Holton native Dr. Jim Keen, shown here with his children Lexi and Logan, is returning to Holton to open a chiropractic office on the south side of Holton's Town Square. (Submitted photo)
Carl Brewer, former mayor of Wichita and a Democratic Party candidate for governor, shown above at right, visited with Barry Grissom, the former U.S. attorney who served as moderator for Sunday afternoon’s Democratic candidate forum held at the Prairie Band Potawatomi’s old bingo hall.
A group of Holton High School clarinetists participated in a special marching band camp last week at HHS in preparation for fall football. Front row, from left: Kaitlyn Ramirez, Sydney Althauser and Hannah Newell; back row, from left: Katina Bartel and Lilly Kimberlin. School starts Thursday for students in Holton and other area schools. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, Aug. 13, 2018 edition of The Holton Recorder include: • The Holton school district is proposing a small decrease in its mill levy for the 2018-19 school year. Find out how much and what the district’s budget for the coming year entails. • This week marks the start of a...
This year 160 kids competed in the 26th annual Jackson County Farm Bureau Association Kiddie Pedal Pull held during the Jackson County 4-H Fair. Forty-Eight contestants walked away with trophies. The first-, second- and third-place winners of each division were awarded a trophy and will receive a...
Jasmine (Henry) Viera, a Holton High School graduate, was recently named one of five “Rising Stars” by Human Resource Executive magazine.  HRE names up to five “Rising Stars” each year to recognize executives near the top of their organization’s HR function who have demonstrated leadership, the...
The Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the mini market being held weekly this summer outside the Beck-Bookman Library. The Chamber also made the young entrepreneurs honorary Chamber members.

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A group of Holton High School clarinetists participated in a special marching band camp last week at HHS in preparation for fall football. Front row, from left: Kaitlyn Ramirez, Sydney Althauser and Hannah Newell; back row, from left: Katina Bartel and Lilly Kimberlin. School starts Thursday for students in Holton and other area schools. (Photo by Brian Sanders)

Top stories in the Monday, Aug. 13, 2018 edition of The Holton Recorder include:

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Neighboring Topeka is the home of a junior hockey team with a new name and new owner and a professional indoor football team is also returning to the State Capitol city. The Topeka Pilots Lamar...

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