In the photo above, the Denison State Bank sign just off the Holton Square received a fresh coat of paint recently from Justin Jeffers of Luminous Neon L.L.C. of Topeka. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
In the photo above, the Denison State Bank sign just off the Holton Square received a fresh coat of paint recently from Justin Jeffers of Luminous Neon L.L.C. of Topeka. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
A free community lunch featuring brats, chips, drinks and cookies was held last Friday to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Kellerman Insurance, which is now owned by Kristy and Rob Wilson. Those shown above serving the meal include (from left) Rob Wilson, Meghan Stockman, Kristi Dohl, former longtime owner Cindy Hower and Cindi Weilert. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
A free community lunch featuring brats, chips, drinks and cookies was held last Friday to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Kellerman Insurance, which is now owned by Kristy and Rob Wilson.
Holton veteran Daniel Amberg (at left) was welcomed by Honor Flight volunteers Joseph Short (center) and Ernest Puls (right) upon arrival at Baltimore-Washington Airport. The trip was a “bucket list” event for Amberg, who died Sunday at his home, hours after returning to Holton.
Inspired by her mother’s home goods store in Illinois, Kayley Dvorak (shown above) has opened The Rustic Spur on the north side of the Holton Square at 108 W. Fifth St. The business features antiques, furniture, collectibles and items from a variety of local vendors.
Haymakers Bar and Grill was recently opened in Hoyt by owners Stacey Smith and Shauna Porubsky. Shown from left to right in the photo above are Chris and Stacey Smith and Steve and Shauna Porubsky.
In the photo above, the Denison State Bank sign just off the Holton Square received a fresh coat of paint recently from Justin Jeffers of Luminous Neon L.L.C. of Topeka. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
A free community lunch featuring brats, chips, drinks and cookies was held last Friday to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Kellerman Insurance, which is now owned by Kristy and Rob Wilson. Those shown above serving the meal include (from left) Rob Wilson, Meghan Stockman, Kristi Dohl, former longtime owner Cindy Hower and Cindi Weilert. (Photo by Ali Holcomb)
Royal Valley High School’s Class of 2024 included 57 students, five of which have earned the rank of Eagle Scout. The Eagle Scouts are shown above and include (from left) Jackson King, Riddick Warton, Tyson Parks, Kaden Swain and Matt Tracy.
Holton veteran Daniel Amberg (at left) was welcomed by Honor Flight volunteers Joseph Short (center) and Ernest Puls (right) upon arrival at Baltimore-Washington Airport. The trip was a “bucket list” event for Amberg, who died Sunday at his home, hours after returning to Holton.
(Editor's note: Photos from the Honor Flight may be viewed in our Photo Gallery.) Daniel Amberg of Holton, a 91-year-old Navy veteran who served during the Korean War era, was looking forward to the Honor Flight this past weekend, enjoying the camaraderie of his fellow veterans, as well as the...
Moving the weight room at Jackson Heights High School to a new building could give the school two more classrooms to work with, as the Jackson Heights USD 335 Board of Education noted during its regular monthly meeting on Monday. But before the board can approve construction of a new building for...
Rosa Thomas, owner of the Whiting Café, does not plan to reopen the business after it was heavily damaged in a fire early Friday morning, June 7. “I’m taking it as God’s will,” Thomas said of the café, which would have been in business 40 years this August. “I’m glad nobody got hurt.” Shortly after...
Inspired by her mother’s home goods store in Illinois, Kayley Dvorak (shown above) has opened The Rustic Spur on the north side of the Holton Square at 108 W. Fifth St. The business features antiques, furniture, collectibles and items from a variety of local vendors.
Growing up in Woodstock, Ill., Kayley Dvorak spent hours in her mother’s home goods store dreaming of the day she could open up a store of her own. That dream was finally realized in May when Dvorak opened The Rustic Spur on the north side of the Holton Square at 108 W. Fifth St. “My mom has a...

Sports

A total of 12 Jackson County athletes brought home medals from the state track tournament held Friday and Saturday, May 24-25, at Wichita. “We had a good weekend at state track,” Holton...

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