Planned expansions and renovations at Holton Community Hospital — including the construction of a new, 11,690-square-foot rural health clinic — could get started as early as next spring, the Holton City Com
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. 
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)
The pdf below includes the full text of H.R. 6136: Border Security and Immigration Reform Act of 2018
The assessed value of real estate and personal property in Jackson County increased by 4.6 percent ($5.5 million) this past year, it has been reported. The values of all real estate, personal property, utilities and oil and gas properties were certified recently, and all school districts and almost...
Planned expansions and renovations at Holton Community Hospital — including the construction of a new, 11,690-square-foot rural health clinic — could get started as early as next spring, the Holton City Commission learned this week. During the commission’s regular meeting on Monday, HCH CEO Carrie...
July Jubilee is planned for Saturday, June 30, and the annual event at Banner Creek Reservoir will feature food, vendors, children’s activities and music by the Jackson County Community Band and country musician and songwriter Erik Dylan. A native of Muscotah, Dylan, graduated from Atchison County...

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The pdf below includes the full text of H.R. 6136: Border Security and Immigration Reform Act of 2018

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There are lots of area stock car drivers to cheer for when you go to the Thunder Hill Speedway races near Mayetta on Saturday evenings this summer. Here are the week seven results at Thunder Hill...

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