Joe Twombly (left) and George E. Uhl were busy this morning at Holton Cemetery, mowing the grass in advance of Memorial Day weekend. Twombly said  cemetery mowers have been waiting for a break in the recent rainy weather to prepare the cemetery for the upcoming holiday weekend.
On Monday morning, the men and women of Jackson County’s three veterans service organizations will visit the county’s cemeteries to pay tri
  During Saturday evening’s Holton High School graduation ceremony, HHS Principal Rod Wittmer solemnly announced the names of 83 members of the Class of 2017 who were receiving their diplomas.
JHHS students Erin Curtis (right) measured out ingredients for Jodi White (left) and Sadie Raborn to package as part of the school's participation in the Feeding Children Everywhere (FCE) program.
Jackson Heights Middle and High School students participated in the Feeding Children Everywhere (FCE) program recently, packing and distributing meals for low-income people in the region and around the world.
Jackson Heights USD 335 Board of Education President David Allen (left) presented JHHS senior Meghann Eisermann (right) and 24 other graduating Cobras with their diplomas during commencement exercises on Sunday afternoon.
As this year’s Jackson Heights High School senior class motto states, “Even if you’re on the right track, if you’re not moving forward, you
Royal Valley High School graduate Norma Wahwassuck (center) was one of the last seniors to receive their diploma from USD 337 Board of Education president Cindy Broxterman (right) and Superintendent Aaric Davis. RVHS Assistant Principal Travis Van Vleck is shown behind the podium announcing the names of all the graduates Sunday at the high school gym.
Sixty-nine Royal Valley High School seniors graduated on Sunday – Mother’s Day – at
As a young man growing up in Holton, Lyle Alley didn’t really have any plans to be a teacher.
Joe Twombly (left) and George E. Uhl were busy this morning at Holton Cemetery, mowing the grass in advance of Memorial Day weekend. Twombly said  cemetery mowers have been waiting for a break in the recent rainy weather to prepare the cemetery for the upcoming holiday weekend.
JHHS students Erin Curtis (right) measured out ingredients for Jodi White (left) and Sadie Raborn to package as part of the school's participation in the Feeding Children Everywhere (FCE) program.
Jackson Heights USD 335 Board of Education President David Allen (left) presented JHHS senior Meghann Eisermann (right) and 24 other graduating Cobras with their diplomas during commencement exercises on Sunday afternoon.
Royal Valley High School graduate Norma Wahwassuck (center) was one of the last seniors to receive their diploma from USD 337 Board of Education president Cindy Broxterman (right) and Superintendent Aaric Davis. RVHS Assistant Principal Travis Van Vleck is shown behind the podium announcing the names of all the graduates Sunday at the high school gym.
A total of 27 high school athletes from the area qualified for the state track meet at Wichita State University’s Cessna Stadium.  The top four placers in each event at regionals qualified for the state track meet. Royal Valley High School sent four athletes to the Class 3A state meet. RV’s Lucas...
Glory Days are here again! Holton High School graduates will be heading back to their alma mater this weekend for class celebrations and community activities, including Saturday’s classic car show, craft and food displays and alumni parade on Holton’s Town Square, culminating in Saturday evening’s...
Joe Twombly (left) and George E. Uhl were busy this morning at Holton Cemetery, mowing the grass in advance of Memorial Day weekend. Twombly said  cemetery mowers have been waiting for a break in the recent rainy weather to prepare the cemetery for the upcoming holiday weekend.
On Monday morning, the men and women of Jackson County’s three veterans service organizations will visit the county’s cemeteries to pay tribute to their fallen fellow soldiers during Memorial Day activities that will culminate in the annual joint ceremony in Holton. This year, there will be a new...
Several free lunch programs will be available to northeast Kansas children this summer, it has been announced. Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas is providing free meals to children during the summer at two Holton locations, it has been reported. There are no income requirements, and students...

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Glory Days are here again!

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A total of 27 high school athletes from the area qualified for the state track meet at Wichita State University’s Cessna Stadium.  The top four placers in each event at regionals qualified...

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