Top stories in the Monday, July 23 edition
Top stories in the Monday, July 23, 2018 edition of The Holton Recorder include:
• Rodney and Vicki Roy will lead the Jackson County 4-H Fair Parade as grand marshals; find out how 4-H has benefited multiple generations of their family.
• The Holton City Commission is proposing a 3-mill budget increase for fiscal year 2019. How will that affect residential property owners in the city?
• A dozen horses in poor health were rescued from a farm near Hoyt. Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse talks about what could happen to the horses.
• Today’s Recorder includes our annual Back To School section, featuring information on new staff at Jackson County’s three schools as well as what’s new in each district.
• Learn about Republicans Rob Ladner and Ed Kathrens, who are vying for their party’s nomination for the first district seat on the Jackson County Commission, currently held by Ladner.
Don’t forget: this is the week of the Jackson County Fair! Find out what’s going on and when inside today’s Recorder; log in to your holtonrecorder.net account and check out our E-Edition for the full story.