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Those who don’t get signed up for health insurance coverage under the open enrollment mandate of the Affordable Care Act by Thursday still have a month to get health insurance for 2015, but once the final deadline of Feb. 15 passes, options for avoiding the penalty of missing the deadline are few....
During Monday’s regular USD 335 Board of Education meeting, board members approved a one-year agreement with a Topeka firm for maintenance of heating and air conditioning units in the Jackson Heights school district. Board members also asked district maintenance personnel to shadow representatives...
Some pressing fiscal matters were the focus of Holton’s school board meeting on Monday, the first of the new calendar year. One of the first items addressed was the report from the Kansas State Department of Education-mandated audit of USD 336 that took place back in December, with superintendent...
Health issues were again cited in delaying the sentencing of a former Holton legislator who pleaded guilty in May of last year to bank fraud charges, a spokesman for U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said this week. Jim Cross, public information officer for Grissom, said Tuesday that Trent LeDoux “made...
The Martin Luther King Jr. Day federal holiday is Monday. Financial and governmental offices will be closed, and the U.S. Postal Service will not deliver or accept mail that day. All three school districts – Jackson Heights, Holton and Royal Valley – will not have school on Monday, it was reported...
Statistically, Jackson County is one of the safest counties surrounding the capital city, according to an annual report of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office. “Jackson County has the lowest crime index rate of any county surrounding Shawnee County with the exception of Wabaunsee County. Although,...
Verlin (center) and Sue (at left) Wichman of Holton presented 19 historic photos of Holton and other county towns to the Jackson County  Commissioners last week. The commissioners agreed to purchase the photos, which will be on display on the Courthouse walls. The commissioners included Janet Zwonitzer (second from left), Bill Elmer (second from right) and Ed Kathrens (right).
Historic images of the Holton Town Square and other towns in Jackson County are set to be on permanent display at the Jackson County Courthouse soon. Verlin and Sue Wichman of Holton presented to the county commissioners recently enlarged reproductions of several penny postcards from the early...
A late Thursday evening fire destroyed a log cabin home in Delia, according to Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse. No injuries were reported.  Firefighters from Delia, Hoyt, Mayetta, the Potawatomi Reservation and Silver Lake battled the blaze at 7466 106th Rd. just east of Delia from 11 p.m. into...

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