Holton Municipal Swimming Pool lifeguard Mallori Mulroy (shown at left in the photo above) helped Khloe Meier with a swim noodle last Friday during the last day of swim lessons at the pool.
Four candidates are seeking the position four seat on the Holton Board of Education during the Aug. 3 primary election, including (left to right) Rochelle Falk, Zachary Lancaster, Simon Murnahan and Ryan Phillips.
Four candidates are seeking the position four seat on the Holton Board of Education during the Aug. 3 primary election.
Austin Brokaw of Strawberry Point, Iowa, rode the bronco out of the chute during this past weekend’s Jackson County Fair Rodeo, held at the Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex south of Holton. The Heritage Complex will be a hub of activity over the next week, as the 96th-annual Jackson County Fair takes over the grounds. (Photo by Michael Powls)
Austin Brokaw of Strawberry Point, Iowa, rode the bronco out of the chute during this past weekend’s Jackson County Fair Rodeo, held at the Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex south of Holton.
The Jackson County Fair “sale crew” — clockwise from upper left, Dan Doyle, Henry Hill, George Uhl Jr., Roger McAsey and Dennis Klahr — will get a second shot at being the grand marshals of this year’s fair parade, scheduled for Wednesday, July 21
Caliber Miller has built five “blessing boxes” — including this large one located next to Mayetta City Hall — for his Eagle Scout project. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Caliber Miller, an incoming freshman at Royal Valley High School, has constructed and stocked five “blessing boxes” in different Jackson County communities as part of his Eagle Scout project.
Four candidates are seeking the position four seat on the Holton Board of Education during the Aug. 3 primary election, including (left to right) Rochelle Falk, Zachary Lancaster, Simon Murnahan and Ryan Phillips.
Austin Brokaw of Strawberry Point, Iowa, rode the bronco out of the chute during this past weekend’s Jackson County Fair Rodeo, held at the Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex south of Holton. The Heritage Complex will be a hub of activity over the next week, as the 96th-annual Jackson County Fair takes over the grounds. (Photo by Michael Powls)
Caliber Miller has built five “blessing boxes” — including this large one located next to Mayetta City Hall — for his Eagle Scout project. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Holton Municipal Swimming Pool lifeguard Mallori Mulroy (shown at left in the photo above) helped Khloe Meier with a swim noodle last Friday during the last day of swim lessons at the pool. According to pool staff, a total of 127 youngsters participated in swim lessons during the June session,...
Four candidates are seeking the position five seat on the Jackson Heights Board of Education during the Aug. 3 primary election. The candidates include Justin Moore, Matt Browning, Shannon Henry and Wendie Edwards-Richter. The seat is currently held by Ed Rostetter. During the primary election,...
Holton Community Theatre will present the musical “Willy Wonka” during two weekends this summer featuring a cast of more than 30 adults and kids.  “I was looking for something that had a fairly big cast that really showcased the kids,” said Shannon Wittmer, HCT director. “I really liked the script...
Jackson County and the City of Holton will host a National Night Out event on Tuesday, Aug. 3, on the east side of the Jackson County Courthouse, Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse has reported. The event will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. that day and will include a free meal and activities....

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Holton Municipal Swimming Pool lifeguard Mallori Mulroy (shown at left in the photo above) helped Khloe Meier with a swim noodle last Friday during the last day of swim lessons at the pool.

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The 2020-2021 KSHSAA State Track and Field Meet was held this past weekend at Cessna Stadium at Wichita State University. This year was a three day state meet, Thursday, May 27 was Class 5A and 6A,...

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