Longtime educators Cari (left) and Vern Andrews of Holton will be inducted into the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame for their work in the community — Vern with Charitable Vending and the Dolly Parton Imagination Library and Cari with the Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Vern and Cari Andrews of Holton are, first and foremost, educators — he at Jackson Heights High School, she at Holton Elementary School.
The home of Trisha McAlexander (shown with Kamo the dog), located west of Holton, will be featured on this year’s Christmas Homes Tour. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Trisha McAlexander has always had a soft spot for older homes and their history, which is why she found herself moving into a 100-year old two-story farmhouse almost five years ago.
Members of Bernie Deghand American Legion Post 423 of Mayetta participated in the Veterans Day parade held Thursday, Nov. 11, on Holton’s Town Square. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Members of Bernie Deghand American Legion Post 423 of Mayetta participated in the Veterans Day parade held Thursday, Nov. 11, on Holton’s Town Square.
This recent sunrise in Jackson County was captured by Bob McBroom.
Longtime educators Cari (left) and Vern Andrews of Holton will be inducted into the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame for their work in the community — Vern with Charitable Vending and the Dolly Parton Imagination Library and Cari with the Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
The home of Trisha McAlexander (shown with Kamo the dog), located west of Holton, will be featured on this year’s Christmas Homes Tour. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Members of Bernie Deghand American Legion Post 423 of Mayetta participated in the Veterans Day parade held Thursday, Nov. 11, on Holton’s Town Square. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Royal Valley High School presented the musical “Legally Blonde” Nov. 12 and 13 at the elementary school gym in Hoyt. Here, Elle Woods, played by Breauna Jewell (at right), tells her sorority sisters that she is going to go to Harvard Law School to win back her boyfriend. Other cast members shown above include (from left) Tara Wabskie, Madi Lasley and Karsyn Michael. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
In the photo above at right, Bryson York (at left), 9, was dressed as a DJ for the Halloween event around the Holton Square while his sister, Demi, 5, was dressed as a gumball machine. Their par ents are Chris and Ashlee York, and their grandparents are Gordon and Carol Lamme.
Holton’s getting into the Christmas spirit this Saturday, Dec. 4, with several holiday-themed activities, including two longtime Holton traditions, the Christmas Homes Tour and the 21st Christmas Parade of Lights. Longtime Holton residents and Holton High School alumni Phil and Beth McManigal will...
Longtime educators Cari (left) and Vern Andrews of Holton will be inducted into the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame for their work in the community — Vern with Charitable Vending and the Dolly Parton Imagination Library and Cari with the Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Vern and Cari Andrews of Holton are, first and foremost, educators — he at Jackson Heights High School, she at Holton Elementary School. But they’re also promoters of the community they call home, Vern through his work with the Charitable Vending program and its affiliation with the Dolly Parton...
The home of Trisha McAlexander (shown with Kamo the dog), located west of Holton, will be featured on this year’s Christmas Homes Tour. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Trisha McAlexander has always had a soft spot for older homes and their history, which is why she found herself moving into a 100-year old two-story farmhouse almost five years ago. “My mom (Maddy Sterrett) lives in the oldest house in town, and I’ve always loved old, old houses. I’ve had so much...

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