A crew from Chris Gross Construction of Holton put up siding on the new press box and equipment storage space at the Jackson Heights High School football field and track on Tuesday morning.
Holton Elementary School para Janelle Wareham (left) and teacher Becky Segenhagen welcomed school bus riders to the first day of school on Thursday, which was also the first day classes were held in the new school. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
The new Holton Elementary School opened its doors to Holton students on Thursday. The school replaces Colorado and Central elementary schools.
A construction crew from Evers Construction of Lowell, Ark., is busy this week giving the Holton Dairy Queen an exterior makeover, with work on the restaurant’s new look starting this past Monday.
Classes resume at area public schools this week along with extra-curricular activities such as sports.
Jackson County Arts member Katie Morris (left) worked on a painting on the north side of the Holton Square during Saturday’s Jackson County Art Walk as Nicole Amon (center), 6, and Becca Amon, 4, looked on. More than 50 artists were featured during Saturday’s annual art walk that also included area musicians. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Jackson County Arts member Katie Morris (left) worked on a painting on the north side of the Holton Square during Saturday’s Jackson County Art Walk as Nicole Amon (center), 6, and Becca Amon, 4, looked on.
Holton Elementary School para Janelle Wareham (left) and teacher Becky Segenhagen welcomed school bus riders to the first day of school on Thursday, which was also the first day classes were held in the new school. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Jackson County Arts member Katie Morris (left) worked on a painting on the north side of the Holton Square during Saturday’s Jackson County Art Walk as Nicole Amon (center), 6, and Becca Amon, 4, looked on. More than 50 artists were featured during Saturday’s annual art walk that also included area musicians. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
U.S. Senator and 1954 Holton High School graduate Pat Roberts (left) talked with his fellow HHS graduate and former Kansas State University roommate L.D. Fletcher prior to Roberts’ town hall meeting on Thursday at Holton City Hall. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
The Jackson County Commissioners are proposing a 3.783 mill increase for the 2017 budget in order to continue to provide the same county services throughout the next five years under the new state tax lid. The commission is proposing a 77.622 mill levy for the next fiscal year, compared to 73.839...
A crew from Chris Gross Construction of Holton put up siding on the new press box and equipment storage space at the Jackson Heights High School football field and track on Tuesday morning. The crew aims to have the new structure — paid for by a volunteer-led fund drive — complete in time for the...
Fund-raising work is complete for a Holton youth’s Eagle Scout project that involves the mounting of a historic bell at Holton’s Public Safety Building, it was reported. Both Kyle Figge, 14, a member of Holton Boy Scout Troop 64, and his father, Craig Figge, the troop’s scoutmaster, said that all...
Thirty years ago, in the summer of 1986, a town celebration was held in Hoyt to note the southern Jackson County community’s centennial, complete with a parade, a talent show, street dances and a community church service. Hoyt residents noted the encouraging response to the centennial celebration...

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The Jackson County Commissioners are proposing a 3.783 mill increase for the 2017 budget in order to continue to provide the same county services throughout the next five years under the

Sports

This photo shows Holton’s Olivia Yingst serving the volleyball. Yingst will be a freshman this year.
The Holton summer volleyball league for high school players ended with a tourney last Wednesday evening. These two photos were taken on the final night of competition. . A total of 22 teams competed...

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