From left to right, Michelle McClintock, Eric Bjelland, David Allen and Gary McKnight got together at Holton Family Health Clinic on Wednesday for a monthly jam session that McKnight said is “good therapy.” The quartet has been playing together for about a year, he said, mainly at the clinic. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
On Wednesday afternoon, the strains of Pure Prairie League’s 1970s hit “Amie” could be heard filling the halls of the Holton Family Health Clinic.
Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory Mike Ford is seen here with the 20-inch telescope that will soon be replaced with a 24-inch telescope. The 20-inch scope has been in use at the science center and its predecessor, Elk Creek Observatory, for nearly 15 years. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
For nearly 15 years, a 20-inch reflector telescope served the scientific needs of Holton’s Elk Creek Observatory and its successor, the Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory.
Royal Valley’s Christopher “Buddy” Lundin-Burger (right) and Holton’s Cooper Sheldon (left) were named first and second place, respectively, in this year’s Jackson County Spelling Bee.	(Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Christopher “Buddy” Lundin-Burger, a sixth-grader at Royal Valley Middle School, won the Jackson County Spelling Bee on Saturday after correctly spelling the word “hoarsely.”
From left, Holton High School students Alexis Twombly, Sarah Bond, Athena Baldwin and Gladys Heitzmann rehearse a scene from “Delval Divas,” a comedy to be presented on the HHS stage at 7 p.m. Saturday and at 4 p.m. Sunday.
The Holton High School drama department will stage the comedy “Delval Divas” with an all-female cast this coming Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 10-11.
Jeff "Tigger" Erhardt, radio and rodeo host, entertainer, motivational speaker and recent transplant to the Holton area, addressed the recent Jackson County Livestock Association annual meeting. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
When it comes to raising top-quality livestock, who’s the boss ― the producer or the consumer?
Wendell Castle, a 1951 graduate of Holton High School who went on to become recognized as “the father of the art furniture movement,” died recently at his home in upstate New York, it has been reported.
From left to right, Michelle McClintock, Eric Bjelland, David Allen and Gary McKnight got together at Holton Family Health Clinic on Wednesday for a monthly jam session that McKnight said is “good therapy.” The quartet has been playing together for about a year, he said, mainly at the clinic. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory Mike Ford is seen here with the 20-inch telescope that will soon be replaced with a 24-inch telescope. The 20-inch scope has been in use at the science center and its predecessor, Elk Creek Observatory, for nearly 15 years. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Royal Valley’s Christopher “Buddy” Lundin-Burger (right) and Holton’s Cooper Sheldon (left) were named first and second place, respectively, in this year’s Jackson County Spelling Bee.	(Photo by Ali Holcomb)
From left, Holton High School students Alexis Twombly, Sarah Bond, Athena Baldwin and Gladys Heitzmann rehearse a scene from “Delval Divas,” a comedy to be presented on the HHS stage at 7 p.m. Saturday and at 4 p.m. Sunday.
Jeff "Tigger" Erhardt, radio and rodeo host, entertainer, motivational speaker and recent transplant to the Holton area, addressed the recent Jackson County Livestock Association annual meeting. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
From left to right, Michelle McClintock, Eric Bjelland, David Allen and Gary McKnight got together at Holton Family Health Clinic on Wednesday for a monthly jam session that McKnight said is “good therapy.” The quartet has been playing together for about a year, he said, mainly at the clinic. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
On Wednesday afternoon, the strains of Pure Prairie League’s 1970s hit “Amie” could be heard filling the halls of the Holton Family Health Clinic. But in this particular case, the music was coming from four familiar faces at the clinic — Dr. David Allen, Eric Bjelland, Michelle McClintock and...
The construction of rental cabins at Banner Creek Reservoir continues to be a topic of discussion at Jackson County Commission meetings, along with the construction of a community building on the north side of the reservoir. During a recent commission meeting, John Kennedy, Banner Creek Reservoir...
Two people were found dead in the remains of a Netawaka house that burned Friday morning, according to Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse. The cause of the fire, which totally destroyed the house at 421 White Way in Netawaka, is currently under investigation by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office and...
Republican Rob Ladner is seeking re-election to the first district seat on the Jackson County Commission, according to the Jackson County Clerk’s Office. The deadline to file for the election is noon on Friday, June 1, at the Jackson County Clerk’s Office on the second floor of the Jackson County...

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From left to right, Michelle McClintock, Eric Bjelland, David Allen and Gary McKnight got together at Holton Family Health Clinic on Wednesday for a monthly jam session that McKnight said is “good therapy.” The quartet has been playing together for about a year, he said, mainly at the clinic. (Photo by Brian Sanders)

On Wednesday afternoon, the strains of Pure Prairie League’s 1970s hit “Amie” could be heard filling the halls of the Holton Family Health Clinic.

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Royal Valley's Judson Mathis took fourth place in the 113-pound weight class at the Big 7 League wrestling tournament.

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