Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory director Mike Ford is shown with a new 24-inch PlaneWave telescope that was recently installed at the science center. Find out more in the Monday, Oct. 8 Recorder. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Items in the Monday, Oct. 8 edition of The Holton Recorder include:  
This photo of a sunflower field in full bloom in Jackson County was taken recently by Carrie Law. The field is owned by Henry and Tracy Hill. 
A memorial five-kilometer run and walk to honor Jackson County resident and Medal of Honor recipient Danny J. Petersen will be held this Saturday in Oskaloosa, it was reported.
Vice President Mike Pence (center) is shown taking a photo with election officials from Kansas and Nebraska including Jackson County Commissioner Janet Zwonitzer, shown at right.
Jackson County Commissioner Janet Zwonitzer was among more than 120 elected officials from Kansas and Nebraska who attended a conference at the White House last week that included remarks from Vice Presiden
A total of $81,955.91 in premiums (gifts) were awarded to Jackson County 4-Hers participating in the annual premium livestock show held recently during the 2018 Jackson County Fair.
Avery Cashier, 7, is shown riding the carousel at the carnival Friday evening. She is the daughter of Jerry and Cheri Cashier of Holton. There were multiple rides for kids of all ages at the carnival that was here Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex grounds. (Photo by David Powls)
Top stories in the Monday, Aug. 20, 2018 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory director Mike Ford is shown with a new 24-inch PlaneWave telescope that was recently installed at the science center. Find out more in the Monday, Oct. 8 Recorder. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Vice President Mike Pence (center) is shown taking a photo with election officials from Kansas and Nebraska including Jackson County Commissioner Janet Zwonitzer, shown at right.
Avery Cashier, 7, is shown riding the carousel at the carnival Friday evening. She is the daughter of Jerry and Cheri Cashier of Holton. There were multiple rides for kids of all ages at the carnival that was here Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex grounds. (Photo by David Powls)
MANHATTAN — Five first-year students in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University, including William Patterson of Holton, have been chosen for the largest veterinary scholarship program offered by the state of Kansas, the Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas. Along with...
Holton and Royal Valley’s volleyball teams battled it out in a triangular in Holton Tuesday, Oct. 9,  with RV taking home wins against the Lady Wildcats and the Sabetha Lady Bluejays. Despite the loss to RV, the Lady Wildcats defeated Sabetha in straight sets in their last home meet of the season....
The Royal Valley Lady Panthers varsity volleyball team sustained its first loss of the season recently in the championship match of the eight-team Silver Lake tournament. In the tourney championship match, the host Silver Lake team beat the Lady Panthers in three sets. The Panthers won the first...
On Sunday, Sept. 23, Josh Brown and Tavin Dugan both won The Holton Country Club Championships, it was reported The annual club handicap champion this year was Josh Brown. Brown won after a sudden death playoff with Mark Knouft. Both players shot three under 67 with their handicaps. Jason Barnes...

News

MANHATTAN — Five first-year students in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University, including William Patterson of Holton, have been cho

Sports

Holton and Royal Valley’s volleyball teams battled it out in a triangular in Holton Tuesday, Oct. 9,  with RV taking home wins against the Lady Wildcats and the Sabetha Lady Bluejays....

The Holton Recorder

109 W. Fourth St.
Holton, KS 66436
Phone: 785-364-3141
 

Sign Up For Breaking News

Stay informed on our latest news!

Manage my subscriptions

Subscribe to Greer Citizen newsletter feed