U.S. Senator Dr. Roger Marshall and five sheriffs from Kansas visited the southern border in Texas recently to discuss the immigration and drug crisis. Here, Sen. Marshall (at left) is shown with Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse (center) and Shawnee County Sheriff Brian Hill (at right) on a heavily-armed boat on the Rio Grande with members of the Texas Department of Public Safety. (Submitted photo)
Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse has visited the southern border in Texas several times, but his recent trip with U.S. Senator Dr. Ron Marshall and four other Kansas sheriffs shed new light on the growing immigration crisis.
Studio 1 Dance Center of Holton held its annual dance recital this past weekend in the Holton High School auditorium. Dancers shown in the photo above dancing to “What A Drag” include (from left) Harper Smith, Sondra Priest, Katie Hines, Emma Deghand, Jayana Carlson and Ryleigh Williams. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Studio 1 Dance Center of Holton held its annual dance recital this past weekend in the Holton High School auditorium.
Lifeguards at Holton’s municipal swimming pool recently cleaned deck chairs in advance of opening day at the pool on May 28. Grace Etzel (at right) sprayed down deck chairs while Katie Etzel (at left) and Lindsey Wisdom (center) scrubbed the chairs down. Pool season kicked off on May 28 with a free swim, it was reported. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Lifeguards at Holton’s municipal swimming pool recently cleaned deck chairs in advance of opening day at the pool on May 28.
U.S. Senator Dr. Roger Marshall and five sheriffs from Kansas visited the southern border in Texas recently to discuss the immigration and drug crisis. Here, Sen. Marshall (at left) is shown with Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse (center) and Shawnee County Sheriff Brian Hill (at right) on a heavily-armed boat on the Rio Grande with members of the Texas Department of Public Safety. (Submitted photo)
Studio 1 Dance Center of Holton held its annual dance recital this past weekend in the Holton High School auditorium. Dancers shown in the photo above dancing to “What A Drag” include (from left) Harper Smith, Sondra Priest, Katie Hines, Emma Deghand, Jayana Carlson and Ryleigh Williams. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Lifeguards at Holton’s municipal swimming pool recently cleaned deck chairs in advance of opening day at the pool on May 28. Grace Etzel (at right) sprayed down deck chairs while Katie Etzel (at left) and Lindsey Wisdom (center) scrubbed the chairs down. Pool season kicked off on May 28 with a free swim, it was reported. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Holton High School graduating seniors (from left to right) Macey Gross, Grace Gallagher, Sadie Walker and Taylor Moore gathered around a cell phone to check the quality of a group photo taken just before they and their classmates went through commencement ceremonies on Saturday in the HHS gym.
Starting with the 2022-23 school year, Jackson Heights High School students will have the opportunity to play baseball or softball instead of — or in addition to — going out for track in the spring. At the Jackson Heights USD 335 Board of Education’s regular monthly meeting on Monday, board members...
The ninth season of the Jackson County Community Band is under way — and more local musicians are being invited to join the band, according to Holton High School band director Jayme Malsom. “We always love to have new members. As long as folks have some previous band experience, they are welcome to...
“Can I change your mind? Can I get you to change your mind?” Those questions have been asked a lot of Dr. Joel Hutchins in recent months, he said, given his plans to retire as one of the area’s top physicians after more than 35 years of service to the Holton and Jackson County community. Dr....
Kansas Sen. Dennis Pyle of Hiawatha announced recently that he is running for governor. “Due to the continual gross negligence in protecting and assisting citizens, my family and I have decided it is in the best interest of our state that I pursue running for governor to enact solutions to stop the...

Sports

Jackson Heights senior Jason Bosley (No. 22 in the white jersey) is shown attempting a jumpshot during the Cobras' recent game against ACCHS.
The Jackson Heights High School boys basketball team was unable to overcome a second-quarter explosion from the ACCHS Tigers and ended up with a 50-36 home court loss. “We started out well in...

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