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Layne Hodge (left) and Kayle Wamsley were named King and Queen of Courts at Wetmore High School last Friday.  
Paul Abell of Whiting recently opened The Golden Fleece on the north side of the Holton Town Square. The shop sells a variety of yarn and needles for knitting, crocheting and other fiber arts.
The Golden Fleece has opened on the north side of the Holton Town Square, offering quality yarn, needles and lessons for those interested in the fiber arts. Paul Abell of Whiting owns The Golden Fleece, which opened Jan. 31 at 108 West 5th St. in Holton. Abell has lived in Jackson County for about...
Jackson County residents who have filed for the April 7 spring election will soon receive a candidate questionnaire by mail from The Holton Recorder. The completed questionnaire, as well as a color photograph of the candidate, needs to be turned into the The Recorder’s office on the south side of...
U.S. Senator and Holton High School alumnus Pat Roberts will be returning to his alma mater on Thursday for a school lunch, it was reported. Sen. Roberts’ state schedule for the Presidents Day recess will include a Thursday morning stop at HHS to meet with a “focus group” of students from the...
It’s been half a year since the Jackson County 4-H Fair came to its final close at the old fairgrounds at the intersection of U.S. Highway 75 and Kansas Highway 16 in Holton, and Jackson County Fair Association board president Aaron Allen expressed amazement at how quickly the old livestock barns...
An accident in southern Jackson County Wednesday evening claimed the life of Topeka woman, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol. Jacqueline Lovanna Moore Wilson, 56, Topeka was killed after the 2003 Oldsmobile Alero she was driving collided with a 2012 Freightliner Ryder truck at the intersection...
Troy Lisica (center) of rural Hoyt will receive a family trip to Florida later this month through the Dream Foundation. Lisica, who is a retired sergeant from the army, is battling stage four brain cancer. Lisica was notified of the trip on Monday morning. Those pictured include (from left) Greg Burden, executive director of the Kansas Commission on Veterans’ Affairs, U.S. Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins, Lisica and his wife, Michelle, and Rep. Becky Hutchins of the 61st District.
A local veteran battling stage four brain cancer was honored on Monday with a free family trip to Disney World in Florida through the Dream Foundation, an organization that grants the wishes of adults facing life-threatening illnesses. Retired Sergeant First Class Troy Lisica of rural Hoyt was...
Royal Valley High School seniors Tristan Tessendorf and Kaylie Parker were named king and queen of courts Friday during halftime of the boys varsity basketball games against Hiawatha. 
Note: The Holton Recorder is publishing a series of feature stories about doctors in our community. The second story in the series is being published today. Nicole Meerpohl, OD, has been practicing optometry in a private practice setting in Holton since 1999. In 2009, Dr. Meerpohl merged her...

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