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The Holton Recorder’s 15th annual Pigskin Pick’em Contest is returning this week, and prizes will be awarded each week for the next nine weeks. Each week, area residents will have the opportunity to guess the winners of a total of 19 high school, college and professional football games in order to...
More than 60 Jackson County individuals and organizations have been inducted into the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame, and nominations are now being sought for the 14th round of inductees, it has been reported. Inspiring leadership, longtime business excellence,...
Top stories in the Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018 edition of The Holton Recorder include: • Joseph “Zeke” Rupnick is the new chairman of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal Council after the results of the tribe’s run-off election were tallied Saturday. • Holton Walmart to kick off the annual Children's...
The Jackson County Commissioners are proposing a .898 mill decrease for the 2019 budget, which would set the mill rate at 75.939 mills. The 2018 budget was funded by 76.837 mills, and in 2017, the mill rate was 77.622 mills. Total maximum expenditures proposed total $14,420,640, which includes $6,...
An Omaha, Neb. woman has been charged in Jackson County District Court with three felony counts of involuntary manslaughter in the November 2017 deaths of three members of a Sabetha family in a traffic accident on U.S. Highway 75 in northern Jackson County, according to charges filed by Jackson...
Top stories in the Monday, Aug. 27, 2018 edition of The Holton Recorder include: • Twenty-seven local veterans will participate in Jackson Heights' seventh annual Honor Flight trip on Wednesday. • Kaitlynn Little spent her summer teaching English in China. • The Holton Recorder's Football Pick'em...
A total of $81,955.91 in premiums (gifts) were awarded to Jackson County 4-Hers participating in the annual premium livestock show held recently during the 2018 Jackson County Fair. A total of 48 beef entries, 19 sheep entries, 46 swine entries and 13 meat goat entries were auctioned off at the...
Avery Cashier, 7, is shown riding the carousel at the carnival Friday evening. She is the daughter of Jerry and Cheri Cashier of Holton. There were multiple rides for kids of all ages at the carnival that was here Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex grounds. (Photo by David Powls)
Top stories in the Monday, Aug. 20, 2018 edition of The Holton Recorder include: • A Kansas Bureau of Investigation study shows that violent crimes are trending upward while property crimes are trending downward, both in Jackson County and across the state of Kansas; find out how much. • Rogette...
B&P Propane/Knotty Pine Oil Company recently purchased Petree Propane, it has been announced. Brett and Carly Fletcher, who own B&P Propane/Knotty Pine Oil, took ownership of Petree Propane on Aug. 1. Combined, the companies have served northeast Kansas for more than 120 years. “For more...
Cars of all makes and models were on display during the recent Cruise Night held on the Holton Square. The photo above shows a 1923 Chevrolet.

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