Snow that fell on Jackson County over the weekend provided local thrill-seekers with an opportunity to take their sleds out to “Pride Hill” north of Holton High School and ride down the hill. On Monday, Alex Morrissey and daughter Mary were among those taking a ride down the hill on what had nearly become a sheet of ice. More snow fell on the area Tuesday night, and with students out of school on Wednesday as a result, more sledding opportunities were available. (Photo by Brian Sanders)

Top stories in the Jan. 23, 2019 edition

Top stories in the Jan. 23, 2019 Holton Recorder include:

• Two winter storms have hit the Jackson County area in a week’s time. Find out how much snow has fallen on the county and what other effects the snowstorms have had.

• A Monday traffic accident south of Holton has claimed the life of a Topeka woman. More details on the accident are available inside.

• This Saturday, two annual events will be taking place in the Holton area - the Jackson County Spelling Bee and the Jackson County Livestock Expo. Find out more about each event.

• Royal Valley’s school board has approved a new “relationship” curriculum at the high school level. More details about the curriculum are available in today’s edition.

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