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Bond conditions for a Hoyt resident accused of sexual crimes involving a 3-year-old girl have been modified to prohibit him from being alone with any minor children, it was noted on Wednesday in Jackson County District Court. Judge Norbert Marek reviewed an emergency motion filed by Jackson County...
The City of Whiting is not currently in a situation where water supplies are low — nor, according to Whiting City Clerk Kristin Watkins, has it been in such a situation in recent years. But just in case such a situation arises, the city now has an ordinance that dictates how the northeastern...
A Holton woman has entered a plea of not guilty to a felony charge of aggravated assault stemming from a December incident that led to an armed standoff between Holton police and a man identified as the woman’s husband shortly afterward. Topeka defense attorney Kathleen Ambrosio entered the not-...
The Royal Valley community is rallying around a Mayetta family whose six-year-old son has been battling cancer this past year. Easton Shelton, a kindergarten student at Royal Valley, was diagnosed with B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) last July and is now in remission, according to his...
Although Jackson County has dipped slightly in statewide county health rankings, it’s still one of the healthiest counties in the state, according to a report recently released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. Health rankings are...
A five-month, cross-country marathon created to honor American military personnel who were killed in the line of duty during the Global War on Terror and their families will honor four fallen soldiers with ties to Jackson County and include an overnight stop in the county, it has been reported. “...
The Royal Valley girls basketball team took second place last weekend at the Kansas Class 3A Girls State Basketball Tournament at Hutchinson. In the process of doing so, the Lady Panthers had to knock off Big Seven League powerhouse Nemaha Ccntral on the big stage at Hutchinson - avenging two...
There will be a benefit held at Heritage Hall in Holton on Sunday, March 25 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for 15-year-old Dagan Ruckman and for 19-month-old Oakleigh Correll. Billed as the “Stand Tall and Breathe Easy Benefit,’’ a pulled pork meal will be offered for a free will donation. There will also...
The ornamental pear trees that were planted around Holton’s Town Square as part of the Heritage Walk project in the early 1990s have certainly matured since 2005, when Kim Bomberger of the Kansas Forest Service first reported to Holton city officials that the trees were in “good condition.”...
New fish habitats are being installed at Banner Creek Reservoir and Prairie Lake this week in order to help increase the survival rates of smaller fish, it has been reported. Nick Kramer, district fisheries biologist with Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, spent Tuesday submerging “...

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