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Top stories in the Wednesday, Oct. 31 edition of The Holton Recorder include: • A reminder that Tuesday, Nov. 6 is election day. We’ll have a list of the polling places open in Jackson County, along with information on advance voting.  • The Jackson County Commission has granted the Holton/Jackson...
Jackson Heights High School senior Faith Little (right) got a hug from head cross-country coach Brad Alley after Little completed in her fourth and final state high school cross-country race on Saturday at Wamego. Little placed in the top 30, while her younger brother, freshman Daniel Little, placed ninth in the boys' race. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Top stories in the Monday, Oct. 29 edition of The Holton Recorder include: • The Jackson County Commission has approved a new Neighborhood Revitalization Plan to spur economic growth. Find out how you could benefit.  • Medicalodges Jackson County administrator Blair Wagner is one of the 2019 Holton...
KNOW ANY OF THESE PEOPLE? They are hard to recognize in the colorful costumers they wore to the Halloween Party at the Netawaka Family & Fitness Center. Over 160 parents and children were on hand for the fun event.
The annual Halloween Party at the Netawaka Family & Fitness Center last Wednesday evening was a fun and scary affair. How scary was pretty much proportionate to the age of the attendees. Cameras captured the concerned faces of the young ones, who likely wondered why their parents brought them...
In order to gauge the overall health needs of Jackson County residents, Holton Community Hospital and Jackson County Health Department are inviting the public to participate in a Community Health Needs Assessment Town Hall on from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 15, in the back room of The...
MANHATTAN — Five first-year students in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University, including William Patterson of Holton, have been chosen for the largest veterinary scholarship program offered by the state of Kansas, the Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas. Along with...
Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory director Mike Ford is shown with a new 24-inch PlaneWave telescope that was recently installed at the science center. Find out more in the Monday, Oct. 8 Recorder. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Items in the Monday, Oct. 8 edition of The Holton Recorder include:   • Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory west of Holton has a new telescope that director Mike Ford says is the best telescope in five states. Find out more about the new 24-inch telescope.   • The USDA has...
This photo of a sunflower field in full bloom in Jackson County was taken recently by Carrie Law. The field is owned by Henry and Tracy Hill. 
A memorial five-kilometer run and walk to honor Jackson County resident and Medal of Honor recipient Danny J. Petersen will be held this Saturday in Oskaloosa, it was reported. Registration for the Danny J. Petersen 5K Run/Walk of Honor will be held at Larner-Segraves American Legion Post 36, 406...
Royal Valley Middle School teacher Brenda Hainey recently received a Teacher Of Distinction award from the Naval Historical Foundation (NHF), it was reported. The NHF recognized 26 teachers in the 2018 National History Day nationwide history competition for middle and high school students that...
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Kansas has welcomed a new state conservationist, Karen A. Woodrich, it has been reported. Woodrich will oversee 95 local service centers, four area offices, one plant materials center and 240 employees who...

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