Holton senior Lucas Lovvorn (shown above, on top) works on pinning his opponent in regional competition last weekend. After a dominant showing in Baldwin, Lovvorn is eyeing a second straight individual state title in Salina this weekend.
  Champions aren’t born, they’re made, though when it comes to Holton High School senior wrestler Lucas Lovvorn, the son of Mike and Kim Lovvorn of Holton, the case could be made for both schools of thought.
The Valentine’s Day performance of “Check, Please” by the Holton Community Theatre was sold out and was the second production staged by the theatre group. “Check, Please” was a one-act comedy that centered around a series of blind dates.
Dr. David Allen
Note: This is the fourth story in a series about doctors in our community. Dr. David Allen is a family practice physician with Community HealthCare System of Onaga, which operates the Holton Medical Center.
U.S. Senator Pat Roberts had lunch at Holton High School, his alma mater, on Thursday and discussed the federal requirements for school lunches with a handful of students. Pictured with Roberts are Tel Wittmer (left) and Maddie Reith (center). Roberts serves as the chair of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, and he said he hopes to visit 10 Kansas schools this year before the federal food lunch program is reauthorized.
School lunches at Holton High School have changed a lot in the past 60 years  - a fact Sen. Pat Roberts can personally attest to after dining with students at the cafeteria Thursday.
This photo was taken Tuesday on the south side of the Holton Square. Additional winter weather is expected this weekend.
The National Weather Service of Topeka has issued a winter weather advisory for Jackson County from 6 p.m. this evening until 9 a.m. Saturday. 
Holton senior Lucas Lovvorn (shown above, on top) works on pinning his opponent in regional competition last weekend. After a dominant showing in Baldwin, Lovvorn is eyeing a second straight individual state title in Salina this weekend.
Dr. David Allen
U.S. Senator Pat Roberts had lunch at Holton High School, his alma mater, on Thursday and discussed the federal requirements for school lunches with a handful of students. Pictured with Roberts are Tel Wittmer (left) and Maddie Reith (center). Roberts serves as the chair of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, and he said he hopes to visit 10 Kansas schools this year before the federal food lunch program is reauthorized.
This photo was taken Tuesday on the south side of the Holton Square. Additional winter weather is expected this weekend.
Holton's Taryn Weilert (shown above, at right) pulls up for a jumper in the second half of a game against Riverside last Friday. While defense sparked HHS early, the offense opened up in the second half as Weilert and seemingly every player who entered the game for Holton hit some shots on the way to a 60-26 victory.
Holton senior Lucas Lovvorn (shown above, on top) works on pinning his opponent in regional competition last weekend. After a dominant showing in Baldwin, Lovvorn is eyeing a second straight individual state title in Salina this weekend.
  Champions aren’t born, they’re made, though when it comes to Holton High School senior wrestler Lucas Lovvorn, the son of Mike and Kim Lovvorn of Holton, the case could be made for both schools of thought. Already a 15-year veteran of the sport, Lovvorn seemingly had little choice whether he...
Royal Valley's Lexi Baker (shown above, at right) drives in for two points during a fast break in the second half of Tuesday's game against Perry-Lecompton. Those opportunities were key for the Panthers, as the defense helped fuel the team to a 40-38 victory over the Kaws.
  Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than to be good, and the Royal Valley girls were lucky to be down just seven points at halftime in Tuesday night’s home basketball game against Perry-Lecompton. The Kaws were the aggressors and won most every battle on the floor in the first half, from field goal...
Wildcat Trey Tanking (shown above, at right) cuts to the basket for two of his 23 points in last Friday's key 68-58 victory over Nemaha Central.
  In the eyes of Holton boys basketball coach Ryan Noel, Friday’s final home game against Nemaha Central was a fitting farewell for his seniors. For a group with so much success on the basketball court in its four years at HHS, getting over the hump in a close 68-58 win over Nemaha Central was the...
The Valentine’s Day performance of “Check, Please” by the Holton Community Theatre was sold out and was the second production staged by the theatre group. “Check, Please” was a one-act comedy that centered around a series of blind dates. In the photo above, the character played by Jordan Callison (...

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The Valentine’s Day performance of “Check, Please” by the Holton Community Theatre was sold out and was the second production staged by the theatre group.

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