Spots for swim lessons at the Holton swimming pool have filled up fast this summer. Last week was the second session of group swim lessons at the pool. In the photo above, lifeguard Sydney Snyder (at right) is shown demonstrating how to hold onto a life jacket while students and lifeguard Abby Wellman (at left) look on.
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Henriette (at left) and Bob Area of rural Mayetta have been chosen to serve as grand marshals of this year’s Jackson County Fair Parade, to be held Wednesday, July 17. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
This year’s Jackson County Fair parade will be led by Robert and Henriette Area of rural Mayetta, big believers in the potential that young people can tap into through the 4-H experience, as evidenced by their work with the Mayetta Mustangs 4-H cl
Gerry Ibay (at left) of Edmond, Okla., helped his sister-in-law, Linda Bean of Girard (at right), put up a tent on the Holton High School front lawn after they arrived in Holton on Friday with a group of more than 700 bicyclists taking part in the 50th-annual Biking Across Kansas trip across the state. Friday’s BAK stop in Holton marked the fifth time in the event’s history that the city served as the cross-state trip’s final overnight stop. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Tiffany Hazen of Ottawa said most of the riders on the 50th-annual Biking Across Kansas tour of the state that led cyclists through Soldier and into Holton on Friday may not have been prepared for that big hill on Kansas Highway 62 just before its
Brooke Slipke of rural Netawaka is shown in the photo above with two of her Nubian dairy goats. June is Dairy Month. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
The 4-H experience is a learning experience, and in the eight years that Brooke Slipke has been involved in raising dairy goats, she has learned a lot.
Spots for swim lessons at the Holton swimming pool have filled up fast this summer. Last week was the second session of group swim lessons at the pool. In the photo above, lifeguard Sydney Snyder (at right) is shown demonstrating how to hold onto a life jacket while students and lifeguard Abby Wellman (at left) look on.
Gov. Laura Kelly (center) ceremonially signed SB 1, providing Kansans with about $2 billion in tax relief over the next 5 years, during a recent visit with Kansas Sen. Dennis Pyle to the Jackson County Courthouse. Shown behind Kelly are, from left, Glenda DuBoise (AARP Kansas), Janette Hammack (Chamber of Commerce), Rick Fleming (AARP Kansas), county commissioners Mark Pruett and Keith Kelly, Pyle, county commissioner Dan Brenner and Edith Gaines (AARP Kansas). (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Henriette (at left) and Bob Area of rural Mayetta have been chosen to serve as grand marshals of this year’s Jackson County Fair Parade, to be held Wednesday, July 17. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Gerry Ibay (at left) of Edmond, Okla., helped his sister-in-law, Linda Bean of Girard (at right), put up a tent on the Holton High School front lawn after they arrived in Holton on Friday with a group of more than 700 bicyclists taking part in the 50th-annual Biking Across Kansas trip across the state. Friday’s BAK stop in Holton marked the fifth time in the event’s history that the city served as the cross-state trip’s final overnight stop. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Brooke Slipke of rural Netawaka is shown in the photo above with two of her Nubian dairy goats. June is Dairy Month. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
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Spots for swim lessons at the Holton swimming pool have filled up fast this summer. Last week was the second session of group swim lessons at the pool. In the photo above, lifeguard Sydney Snyder (at right) is shown demonstrating how to hold onto a life jacket while students and lifeguard Abby Wellman (at left) look on.
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Plans to move the weight room at Jackson Heights High School to a new building were discussed further at the Jackson Heights USD 335 Board of Education meeting on Monday evening, but no consensus was reached on how to pay for its construction, whether it involves using existing district funds or...
It’s budget season for school districts in Kansas, and during the Royal Valley Board of Education meeting on Monday evening, Superintendent Aaric Davis explained the role of state aid in the USD 337 budget. “Because we are a low assessed valuation district, we receive more state aid than most...

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Spots for swim lessons at the Holton swimming pool have filled up fast this summer. Last week was the second session of group swim lessons at the pool. In the photo above, lifeguard Sydney Snyder (at right) is shown demonstrating how to hold onto a life jacket while students and lifeguard Abby Wellman (at left) look on.

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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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