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
Holton Community Theatre will stage “Annie” this Saturday and Sunday at the Holton High School auditorium, which features (from left) Zoey Tinney, Beka Lassey (seated), Heather Mandala and Amanda Taylor. The musical is one of several activities available to area residents this weekend. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
There’s no shortage of activities this coming weekend in Jackson County as five major events are scheduled throughout the area.
Beth Amon (left) and Shirley Pool are opening Everything Home, a new home décor and furniture store this week on the south side of Holton's Town Square. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Lifelong friends Beth Amon and Shirley Pool are opening a new home décor and furniture store this week on the south side of the Holton Town Square.
Just as July Jubilee was getting under way at Banner Creek Reservoir on Saturday, Mother Nature stepped in.
Community HealthCare System of Onaga recently received the Centers of Excellence Award. Those shown at the award ceremony include, left to right, include Cindy Samuelson, Holly Schmitz, Todd Willert, Michelle Budreau, Emily Zutterman, Andrea Lutz, Nancy Willert, Jessica Husman and Tom Bell.
Community HealthCare System of northeast Kansas is walking the talk when it comes to improving the health of the communities it serves.
Country singer-songwriter and Muscotah native Erik Dylan will be the headlining act at July Jubilee on Saturday, June 30.
Country singer and songwriter Erik Dylan is coming home this weekend as he headlines July Jubilee Saturday at Banner Creek Reservoir.
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.
Holton Community Theatre will stage “Annie” this Saturday and Sunday at the Holton High School auditorium, which features (from left) Zoey Tinney, Beka Lassey (seated), Heather Mandala and Amanda Taylor. The musical is one of several activities available to area residents this weekend. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Beth Amon (left) and Shirley Pool are opening Everything Home, a new home décor and furniture store this week on the south side of Holton's Town Square. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Community HealthCare System of Onaga recently received the Centers of Excellence Award. Those shown at the award ceremony include, left to right, include Cindy Samuelson, Holly Schmitz, Todd Willert, Michelle Budreau, Emily Zutterman, Andrea Lutz, Nancy Willert, Jessica Husman and Tom Bell.
Country singer-songwriter and Muscotah native Erik Dylan will be the headlining act at July Jubilee on Saturday, June 30.
Holton football players work on tackling drills during the recent camp.
Topeka Hockey and Arena Football Teams – MP The Topeka Pilots Lamar Hunt Jr. of the Kansas City Chiefs Hunt family, is navigating a new course for Topeka hockey, and he now has a new team name to reflect his endeavor. The Topeka Pilots. Hunt, who purchased the Topeka RoadRunners Tier II junior...
Holton Community Hospital CEO Carrie Saia showed a proposed floor plan for expansion at the hospital to a crowd of about 50 at The Hot Spot on Wednesday evening. Hospital officials are seeking a $16.5-million USDA Rural Development loan for the proposed expansion. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories for the Monday, July 16, 2018 edition of The Holton Recorder include:   • Summer wheat and brome harvest is over, and the heat has had an effect; find out how Jackson County farmers’ summer crops fared as a result.   • Holton Community Hospital CEO Carrie Saia led a Wednesday evening...
The 2018 peewee league and tournament champion team shown above went undefeated with a record of 13-0 on this season. Team members were, bottom row, left to right, Brody Altoff, Pierson Cyphers, Zane Montgomery and Korben Fox. Top row, left to right, Taven Dick, Brayden Peek, Bodie Dillon, Landon...

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Holton Community Hospital CEO Carrie Saia showed a proposed floor plan for expansion at the hospital to a crowd of about 50 at The Hot Spot on Wednesday evening. Hospital officials are seeking a $16.5-million USDA Rural Development loan for the proposed expansion. (Photo by Brian Sanders)

Top stories for the Monday, July 16, 2018 edition of The Holton Recorder include:

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Holton football players work on tackling drills during the recent camp.

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