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The Jackson County Commissioners have extended the deadline for residents in the rural, unincorporated, areas of the county to register certain breeds of dogs. Residents now have until May 1 to register their dog (or dogs) at the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office. Under the county’s new resolution,...
The Holton Recorder is sponsoring a Mother’s Day Youth Essay Contest. The theme of the essay contest will be “Why My Mother Is The Best.’’ Essays are due Friday, May 1.  The top winning essay in each of the three age divisions will be published in the Wednesday, May 6, edition of the newspaper...
  This Memorial Day weekend, when Holton High School gradu­ates of the past gather for the an­nual Glory Days alumni activities and HHS Alumni Banquet, there will be some changes in the way things are handled — at least on the night of the banquet. According to Erin Ludvicek Carlson, president of...
  A Netawaka resident charged with several sex-related crimes in­volving a child will stand trial on an amended set of charges, ac­cording to Jackson County District Court records. Scott James Buchheit, 35, now stands charged in district court with two counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a...
Jackson Heights prom-goers were treated to a dinner of chicken alfredo, garlic bread, salad and other items prior to the dance at the school’s gymnasium Saturday. Students pictured include (left side, front to back) Taylor Abel, Wyatt Olberding, Morgan Bryan, Anton Nissen, (right side, front to...
Holton’s prom theme this year was “The Great Gatsby,” and HHS students and their dates (from left) Alex Clark, Brett Hipple, Hunter Heineken, Sam Beauchamp, Zachary Carder and Ema Clark stopped and posed for a picture before heading into the dance on Saturday. 
Royal Valley students arrived in style Saturday for prom at the Heritage Hall at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka. Those pictured arriving in a stretch limo include (from left) Brennah Wahweotten, Brandon Broxterman, Jack Kutina, Karlie Miller, Chance Ogden, Hannah Beam, Masey Lafferty, Eugene...
The new "block grant'' way that the state of Kansas will fund its K-12 public schools, for the next two years at least, "possibly will make us (schools) do things we've never had to do before,'' according to Dennis Stones, superintendent of the Holton district. In his report to the school board...
The work of digging footings at the site of the new Holton Elementary School, located just west of the current Colorado school, and preparing the site for the first cement pour at the new school's foundation, is expected to start in a couple of weeks, members of the school board learned here Monday...

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