Ken Weigel Painting of Topeka has been hired to paint the interior of the Jackson County Courthouse. Painting began last Wednesday as it expected to continue for at least an additional week.
Kansas grocery and convenience store owners are teaming up in an attempt to get legislation passed that would allow package liquor, wine and strong beer to be sold at their stores, while
This Saturday, Jackson County and area residents will have two opportunities to support the men and women, past and present, of America’s military.
A second used motor grader has been purchased for the county at a cost of $115,000 with trade-in.
The Jackson County Historical Society will host “Diverse Cultures Help Kansas Communities,” a presentation and discussion by Ron Wilson at 6 p.m.
In light of recent budget cuts, the Royal Valley Board of Education has decided to increase its textbook rental fee by $15 per student for 2015-2016.
When the Elk Creek Observatory was opened in mid-October of 2000 near the Holton High School track, Mike Ford, then a science teacher at HHS, had no idea that the observatory would be as
Chris Gross recently received the 2015 Farmer of the Year Award from the Holton Lions Club.