Jackson Heights senior Skyla Howe (left) and Mayetta veteran Larry Larkin (center) posed for a photo with “town crier” Fred Taylor, who heralded the Jackson Heights Honor Flight group’s arrival at Baltimore-Washington International Airport last Wednesday. More photos from Honor Flight will be posted at this Web site. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Wednesday, Oct. 30 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
The Royal Valley High School marching band earned an “Excellent” rating at the Holton Invitational Marching Festival held last Wednesday at the HHS football field.
After several years as the small engine repairman at Holton Farm and Home, Sam Schumaker has opened his own business, Sam’s Equipment Sales and Service, north of Holton, where he continues to provide expert service on small engines, such as the chainsaw he was working on Friday morning. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, Oct. 14 Recorder include:
Bryce Garrison (center) spooned chili meat into fried bread while Cody Garrison (right) brought more fried bread for preparation of “Indian tacos” served over lunch hour on Friday at a “patient appreciation lunch and open house” in celebration of Lifetime Eye Care’s 10th anniversary in business on Holton’s Town Square. The lunch drew a sizable crowd in somewhat chilly weather. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, Oct. 7 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
Lindsey Heineken is the owner of Halflete Fitness, which opened in April in the former Fresh Start building at 610 E. Fifth St. in Holton. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories in the Monday, Sept. 30 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
Jackson Heights senior Skyla Howe (left) and Mayetta veteran Larry Larkin (center) posed for a photo with “town crier” Fred Taylor, who heralded the Jackson Heights Honor Flight group’s arrival at Baltimore-Washington International Airport last Wednesday. More photos from Honor Flight will be posted at this Web site. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
After several years as the small engine repairman at Holton Farm and Home, Sam Schumaker has opened his own business, Sam’s Equipment Sales and Service, north of Holton, where he continues to provide expert service on small engines, such as the chainsaw he was working on Friday morning. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Bryce Garrison (center) spooned chili meat into fried bread while Cody Garrison (right) brought more fried bread for preparation of “Indian tacos” served over lunch hour on Friday at a “patient appreciation lunch and open house” in celebration of Lifetime Eye Care’s 10th anniversary in business on Holton’s Town Square. The lunch drew a sizable crowd in somewhat chilly weather. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
A king and queen will be chosen from these Jackson Heights High School seniors at halftime of the JHHS Cobra varsity homecoming football game against Valley Heights on Friday, Oct. 4. Queen candidates, from left on front row, are Jodi White, Abby Brey and Kylie Dohl. King candidates, from left on back row, are Carson Williams, Joel Kennedy and Cable Wareham. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Lindsey Heineken is the owner of Halflete Fitness, which opened in April in the former Fresh Start building at 610 E. Fifth St. in Holton. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Three Jackson County-area cross-country runners from Jackson Heights and Wetmore high schools traveled to the Wamego Country Club on Saturday, Nov. 3, in hopes of bring­ing home three indi­vidual medals from the state cross-country champi­onship meet for Class 1A, 2A and 4A runners — and they did....
The Royal Valley Panthers have another state championship trophy to add to the trophy case. Just eight months after the RV girls basketball team earned the school’s second-only state championship at the Hutchinson Sports Arena, the Panther volleyball team earned the Class 3A title on Saturday on...
The deadline to make nominations for the Chamber’s Hall of Fame recognition has been extended to Wednesday, Nov. 13, it has been announced. The special Hall of Fame recognition is reserved for longtime inspiring leadership in the community demonstrated through longtime business excellence,...
Election Notice: The polling location for voters residing in the city of Whiting and Whiting and Straight Creek townships has been moved to Whiting Baptist Church, 341 Searle St. Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.

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Three Jackson County-area cross-country runners from Jackson Heights and Wetmore high schools traveled to the Wamego Country Club on Saturday, Nov. 3, in hopes of bring­ing home three indi­...

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