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Paul Davis, 46, a Lawrence Democrat, was in Holton recently campaigning for Congress. Davis announced his entrance into the race for the 2nd District congressional seat last August. Davis spent time at Holton Community Hospital and Medicalodges. The 2nd District seat is currently held by Lynn...
The recent award of $10,000 in grant funds for further construction on the concrete fitness path at Countryside Park has put a Holton Middle School group within $20,000 of its fund-raising goal for the path, the Holton City Commission learned on Monday. The Holton KAYS Action Team (H-KAT), an...
A “Paint The Park” one-mile fun run and walk was held last Sunday morning at the new fitness trail at Countryside Park in Holton. Runners Chris (left) and Lindsey Heineken are shown above during the race where colored cornstarch was thrown at participants as they ran. Proceeds from the event will...
Many aspects of the annual Jackson County Fair — including animals, foods, arts and crafts and other projects from the county’s 4-H youth — will be on display this July at the Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex. But there is one regular feature of the fair that won’t be present at this year’s event...
Topeka native Steve Watkins, 41, is a graduate of West Point Military Academy, a veteran of the U.S. Army who served in Afghanistan, a candidate for Congress and one of a handful of Kansans who has climbed Mount Everest. Watkins — whose father, Steve Watkins Sr., grew up in Holton — has also...
A car run is being held in northeast Kansas this Saturday to celebrate the 104th anniversary of the Kansas White Way, now known as Kansas Highway 9. Sponsored by the Frankfort American Legion, the car run will begin at 8 a.m., with registration at 7 a.m. Registration is $25. Drivers can leave from...
Once again, it’s time for Holton residents to clean out their houses, garages and sheds and bring unwanted materials to Countryside Park at the south edge of Holton for the annual Holton City-Wide Spring Cleanup Day, it was reported. The city’s annual cleanup day, set from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. this...
The staff at Banner Creek Reservoir are ready for a busy summer season and a new concrete entrance has been constructed at the north entrance ready to welcome visitors. The Jackson County Commissioners recently visited the reservoir to view the improvements made to the north entrance, along with...
Royal Valley High School agriculture students (from left) Cassidy Parks and Paige Ogden are shown above organizing items for the school’s plant sale in the greenhouse located behind the school. The sale kicked off on Saturday and featured a variety of plants, vegetables, fruits and flowers grown...
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, located at 210 U.S. Highway 75 in Holton, is one of several law enforcement agencies throughout the state that will be collecting unused leftover medications on Saturday, April 28, it has been reported. The collection events are part of a nationwide effort to...

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