Frances (left) and Donald Tutt
  The late Frances Tutt, who was one of the founders of the Heart of Jackson Humane Society, is being remembered for her love of animals and her generosity.
  Thousands of Painted Lady Butterflies have been spotted in northeast Kansas recently, and although they can be easily mistaken for Monarchs, this species is unique on its own.
Hoyt Rural Fire District representatives Nathan Troxel, Monica Tinoco and Randy Smith, shown above left to right, helped local kids climb into one of their firetrucks at last Thursday morning’s Sheriff’s Day Camp. The camp activities attracted a record number of kids.
A record number 280 kids attended the 16th annual Jackson County Sheriff’s Day Camp last week at Banner Creek Reservoir, it was reported.
On Monday, Jackson County and northeast Kansas will be in the path of totality for a total solar eclipse. Around 1 p.m. here, the sun will be totally obscured by the moon.
In less than a week, people in northeast Kansas — including northern Jackson County — will have access to what, for many, will be a once-in-a-lifetime event: a total solar eclipse.
Dustin Gunter
  Despite a tragic accident that left him permanently disabled at a young age, Hoyt resident Dustin Gunter, now 20, is finding success on the track at state and national competitions.
The mountain-climbing obstacle was a big hit with kids attending the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office Day Camp at Banner Creek Reservoir on Thursday morning. James Benedict, shown at left, and Emma Summers, shown at right, both of Holton, had no trouble climbing to the top. The Sheriff’s Day Camp activities attracted a record number of kids this year, it was reported. (Photo by David Powls)
The mountain-climbing obstacle was a big hit with kids attending the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office Day Camp at Banner Creek Reservoir on Thursday morning.
Frances (left) and Donald Tutt
Hoyt Rural Fire District representatives Nathan Troxel, Monica Tinoco and Randy Smith, shown above left to right, helped local kids climb into one of their firetrucks at last Thursday morning’s Sheriff’s Day Camp. The camp activities attracted a record number of kids.
On Monday, Jackson County and northeast Kansas will be in the path of totality for a total solar eclipse. Around 1 p.m. here, the sun will be totally obscured by the moon.
Dustin Gunter
The mountain-climbing obstacle was a big hit with kids attending the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office Day Camp at Banner Creek Reservoir on Thursday morning. James Benedict, shown at left, and Emma Summers, shown at right, both of Holton, had no trouble climbing to the top. The Sheriff’s Day Camp activities attracted a record number of kids this year, it was reported. (Photo by David Powls)
Frances (left) and Donald Tutt
  The late Frances Tutt, who was one of the founders of the Heart of Jackson Humane Society, is being remembered for her love of animals and her generosity. Frances, who died in 2015 at the age of 91, and her husband, Don, who died in 2011, lived on a farm near Denison for 30 years. The couple also...
  Thousands of Painted Lady Butterflies have been spotted in northeast Kansas recently, and although they can be easily mistaken for Monarchs, this species is unique on its own. The Painted Lady Butterflies are migratory, traveling from the southern United States and Mexico to the northern U.S. and...
  This year’s Pride of Hoyt Days celebration — the 31st-annual event at Hoyt City Park — will of­fer visitors to the park on Saturday and Sunday a wide variety of new activities along with some of the festival’s favorites, according to event organizer Nancy Bailey. Along with the parade, the arts...
The Holton football team is coming off another impressive season that saw the team compete deep into the Class 4A-DII playoffs and finish as Sub-State runner-op late in November. Overall, the Wildcats were 7-5 last season and 6-2 in the Big Seven League. The Wildcats are led by head coach Brooks...

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Frances (left) and Donald Tutt

 

The late Frances Tutt, who was one of the founders of the Heart of Jackson Humane Society, is being remembered for her love of animals and her generosity.

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The Holton football team is coming off another impressive season that saw the team compete deep into the Class 4A-DII playoffs and finish as Sub-State runner-op late in November. Overall, the...

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