Jackson Heights High School student Ed Mandala (second from left) and Holton High School student Aaran McAllister (right) recently met with Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly (seated) to discuss the “Safe 75 Initiative,” a student-led effort to encourage safety improvements along U.S. Highway 75 between Holton and the Kansas-Nebraska state line. With the students is JHHS Student Council adviser Katie Morris. (Submitted photo)
Here are some of the top stories in the Wednesday, March 20 Holton Recorder:
The new Beck Bookman Library logo was revealed last Wednesday at Cecil K’s Hometown Market. Amy Austin, library director, is shown at right along with daughter Tessa, at left, with the new logo, which features a cat sitting under a tree. More than 40 entries were submitted in the contest, and the winner of the contest has chosen to remain anonymous, it was reported. (Submitted photo)
Top stories in the Monday, March 18 edition of the Holton Recorder include:
Layne Hunley, president of the Jackson County Historical Society, shows two examples of historical window displays created by volunteers to showcase the history of various buildings and businesses around Holton’s Town Square. The window displays will be featured at the Historical Society’s upcoming Founders Day Dinner on March 28 at First United Methodist Church in Holton. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Wednesday, March 13 Holton Recorder include:
The Royal Valley High School girls varsity basketball team won the Class 3A state girls basketball tournament on Saturday in a thrilling overtime victory over Cheney, 55-52. It was the first state basketball title — and the second state championship in any sport — in school history. (Photo by Michael Powls)
Top stories in the Monday, March 11 Holton Recorder include:
Jackson County road and bridge foreman Eric Fritz is shown at left loading road rock into a county dump truck being driven by county crew member Brandon Hundley (at right) at the county shop yesterday morning. The department has been hauling rock to the “worse locations” first, according to Dan Barnett, road and bridge supervisor, as the snow and rain this winter has taken its toil on county roads. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories in the Wednesday, Feb. 27 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
More than 400 meals were served on Friday at the Evangel United Methodist Church in Holton during the John Zibell Sr. Memorial Luncheon, which benefited the Zach Estrada family. Volunteers shown include, at left (front to back) Karen Gordon, Rosalie Lassiter and John Apel and at right (front to back) Gladis Gomez and Karen McCrory. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Top stories in the Monday, Feb. 25 Holton Recorder include:
Jackson Heights High School student Ed Mandala (second from left) and Holton High School student Aaran McAllister (right) recently met with Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly (seated) to discuss the “Safe 75 Initiative,” a student-led effort to encourage safety improvements along U.S. Highway 75 between Holton and the Kansas-Nebraska state line. With the students is JHHS Student Council adviser Katie Morris. (Submitted photo)
The new Beck Bookman Library logo was revealed last Wednesday at Cecil K’s Hometown Market. Amy Austin, library director, is shown at right along with daughter Tessa, at left, with the new logo, which features a cat sitting under a tree. More than 40 entries were submitted in the contest, and the winner of the contest has chosen to remain anonymous, it was reported. (Submitted photo)
Layne Hunley, president of the Jackson County Historical Society, shows two examples of historical window displays created by volunteers to showcase the history of various buildings and businesses around Holton’s Town Square. The window displays will be featured at the Historical Society’s upcoming Founders Day Dinner on March 28 at First United Methodist Church in Holton. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
The Royal Valley High School girls varsity basketball team won the Class 3A state girls basketball tournament on Saturday in a thrilling overtime victory over Cheney, 55-52. It was the first state basketball title — and the second state championship in any sport — in school history. (Photo by Michael Powls)
Jackson County road and bridge foreman Eric Fritz is shown at left loading road rock into a county dump truck being driven by county crew member Brandon Hundley (at right) at the county shop yesterday morning. The department has been hauling rock to the “worse locations” first, according to Dan Barnett, road and bridge supervisor, as the snow and rain this winter has taken its toil on county roads. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
More than 400 meals were served on Friday at the Evangel United Methodist Church in Holton during the John Zibell Sr. Memorial Luncheon, which benefited the Zach Estrada family. Volunteers shown include, at left (front to back) Karen Gordon, Rosalie Lassiter and John Apel and at right (front to back) Gladis Gomez and Karen McCrory. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
The 17 steals recorded by Wetmore High School senior Joel Hutfles this season is a new state record in the statistical category, according to Jordan Poland, president and CEO of the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame at Wichita. Poland said this morning that the new prep basketball record was confirmed on...
Here are the championship and third place games scores for Class 6A – Class 1A from Saturday, March 9. Class 6A Girls Championship Game 3. Washburn Rural defeated 4. Topeka High 54-42. 3rd Place Game 2. Derby defeated 8. Olathe Northwest 71-40. Class 6A Boys Championship Game 2. Blue Valley...
The Twin Valley League has announced its All Twin Valley League girls basketball teams. 1st Team All-League *Senior Emilee Ebert, Frankfort – 1st team last year. *Senior Macy Doebele, Hanover – 1st team last year. *Senior Maddy Lueger, Centralia – 1st team last year. *Senior Hanna Schmitz, Axtell...
The Northeast Kansas League has announced its All Northeas Kansas League girls basketball teams. 1st Team All-League *Kylie Dohl, Jackson Heights  – honorable mention 2017 and 1st team last year. *Josie Weishar, Jefferson County North – 1st team last year. *Amy Mitchell, McLouth. *Lindsey Heim,...

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Jackson Heights High School student Ed Mandala (second from left) and Holton High School student Aaran McAllister (right) recently met with Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly (seated) to discuss the “Safe 75 Initiative,” a student-led effort to encourage safety improvements along U.S. Highway 75 between Holton and the Kansas-Nebraska state line. With the students is JHHS Student Council adviser Katie Morris. (Submitted photo)

Here are some of the top stories in the Wednesday, March 20 Holton Recorder:

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The 17 steals recorded by Wetmore High School senior Joel Hutfles this season is a new state record in the statistical category, according to Jordan Poland, president and CEO of the Kansas Sports...

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