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A Wetmore resident charged with exposing himself to two minor children in Hoyt in September pleaded no contest to charges against him and may likely receive probation, it was noted on Friday in Jackson County District Court. Jason A. Seematter, 24, charged with two counts of lewd and lascivious...
Jackson County’s most wanted person, Roy Hector Waquahboshkuk Jr., was captured by Jackson County Sheriff’s deputies early this morning in Holton, according to Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse. The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office received numerous tips concerning the whereabouts of Waquahboshkuk Jr...
With little more than a week to go before Christmas, organizers of Holton’s annual Community Christmas Dinner are hoping for the gift of a few more people to help out with the dinner. “I still need people in the kitchen, and I need all the servers,” said Freda Galer, who has helped to put the...
Northeast Kansans have a chance to win a new gun this year while also funding the construction of the new Jackson County fairgrounds. A big part of 4-H is giving back to the community, and the Bullmasters 4-H Shooting Sports shooters are no different. Members of the club are giving back by helping...
Technology repairs were a major topic when the Holton school board met here Monday evening, after some recent issues with the network servers crashing at the school. After some issues this past Friday, network administrator Gordon Lamme raised some concerns about the district's computer network...
Long an item on the Jackson Heights district’s list of goals and priorities, renovation of the Jackson Heights High School track took another step toward the starting line on Monday with the USD 335 Board of Education’s noting of an application for a grant to assist with the renovation project. The...
Crewmembers from the Jackson County road and bridge department have completed several projects this year with funds from the special .4 percent sales tax, it has been reported. During the Jackson County Commission meeting on Monday, the commission reviewed road and bridge projects completed this...
Royal Valley has unveiled a new school logo featuring a panther, the school’s mascot. During the USD 337 Board of Education on Monday, board members reviewed the new logo and approved a logo use guide, with information on how students and staff members can use the logo (colors, fonts, etc….)....
Bridging and improving relations between Jackson County officials and the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation was one of the late Jim Potter’s goals, and in his lifetime, he managed to rise above and beyond that goal. Known not only for his work on the Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal Council and within...

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