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If a property owner neglects their property, they could face potential prosecution in local court.  During a recent Jackson County Commission meeting, commissioners, Jackson County Appraiser Kate Immenschuh and County Counselor Lee Hendricks discussed the protocol when a property becomes neglected...
Child nutrition waivers that have allowed schools across the country to serve free meals to all K-12 students during the COVID-19 pandemic — also known as the Universal School Meals Program — will expire at the end of June, it has been report­ed. The bipartisan omnibus appropria­tions bill signed...
After a snowstorm late last Wednesday and early Thursday dumped about six inches of snow on the Holton area, some youngsters who got the day off from school were put to work removing snow from sidewalks and driveways. Luke Gallagher, a freshman at Holton High School, was no exception, sweeping snow from the sidewalk in front of Lifetime Eye Care on the south side of Holton’s Town Square. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
After a snowstorm late last Wednesday and early Thursday dumped about six inches of snow on the Holton area, some youngsters who got the day off from school were put to work removing snow from sidewalks and driveways. Luke Gallagher, a freshman at Holton High School, was no exception, sweeping snow...
Market values for homes in Jackson County have increased by an average of eight percent this past year, according to Jackson County Appraiser Kate Immenschuh.   Property valuation notices were mailed to Jackson County property owners last week and increases were noted among values for residential...
One Jackson Heights district administrator remains on administrative leave and two others had their duties modified for the rest of the 2021-22 school year following Jackson Heights USD 335 Board of Education action on Monday. Following a 15-minute executive session for discussion of personnel,...
Jeff and Yvonne Terry (shown above at left) have purchased Eubanks Custom Woodworking from Brenda and Mike Eubanks (shown at right), who started the business in 1980.
For more than 40 years, making cabinets has been Mike Eubanks’ stock in trade. Now, Eubanks says he wants to “refocus and kick back a little bit,” and Jeff and Yvonne Terry are giving him the opportunity to do just that. The Terrys took over as the new owners of Eubanks Custom Woodworks at the end...
Each March, the American Farm Bureau organizes Ag Safety Awareness Program (ASAP) week to highlight farm safety and provide education and training resources. During the week, agricultural groups focus on different aspects of farm safety each day, including work in confined animal spaces; equipment...
For potential homebuyers — not just in Jackson County or in northeastern Kansas, but anywhere in the nation — the inventory of available residences for sale is low while the price tags attached to those residences are high. But while many real estate markets have seen the prices rising and the...
A bridge located just east of Circleville on 254th and K2 Roads has been selected as part of the Kansas Local Bridge Improvement Program, it has been reported. Jackson County has been awarded $150,000 from the state to replace a box bridge half a mile east of Circleville. The bridge spans a...
Summer chip-and-seal road projects were discussed at a recent Jackson County Commission meeting. Last year, the county hired a private contractor, Harbour Construction, Inc. of Kansas City, Kan., to complete 10 miles of chip-and-seal overlay in the county at a cost of $232,320. By hiring a private...

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