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Final preparations are being made for the opening of Holton’s second Casey’s General Store, which is set to open its doors to the public at 5 a.m. Thursday, according to Casey’s district manager Pam McCormack. “It’ll be better when it’s all ready and pretty,” District Manager Pam McCormack joked on...
The City of Holton has been receiving an allotment of hydroelectric power from the Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) since the 1970s, and if an agreement between WAPA and the city is approved, that allotment could continue for nearly four more decades, the Holton City Commission noted on...
Northeast Kansans with visual impairments or reading disabilities can still enjoy The Holton Recorder newspaper through the non-profit Audio-Reader. The reading service has 350 volunteers who read and broadcast newspapers, magazines and best-selling books on the radio and Internet 24 hours a day....
Vintage Park at Holton, LLC, a 43-unit senior living residence located on Juniper Drive in Holton, has announced that it is now officially a subsidiary of Genesis HealthCare. Earlier this week, Genesis HealthCare of Pennsylvania, one of the nation’s largest providers of skilled nursing and...
About 60 tickets remain for the 10th annual Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame Banquet, Chamber officials noted on Tuesday. The 2015 Hall of Fame class, including Bill and Debra Brown, Mike Ford, Brad Stauffer and the late Jim Potter, will be honored at the annual dinner,...
A Horton man was arrested in Jackson County on charges of sex crimes against a child on Monday and is facing similar charges is Brown County, it has been reported.  The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office arrested Dallas Quentin Allen Bond, 20, Horton on a Jackson County District Court warrant on...
Holton High School is set to perform “Decision Height” this coming weekend, which is a play depicting the lives of women who trained as pilots in World War II. Some of the cast members include (from left) Ashley Cook, Emma Wittmer, Kelcie Matousek, Sonora Sheldon and Anne Bowser.
The powerful story of six women training to become Air Force pilots during World War II takes the stage this coming weekend as Holton High School will present “Decision Height.” The drama, written by Meredith Dayna Levy, chronicles the lives of a small group of women as they undergo training to...

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