Sirena Mick (at right) of Heartland Veterinary Clinic prepares a feral cat for sedation as part of the clinic’s TNR (trap-neuter-release) program for feral cats in the area. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Eight live cat traps, each one containing at least one cat, were brought Monday morning to Heart­land Veterinary Clinic so that each of the cats inside could be spayed or neutered, given some necessary vaccines and then taken back to the “colonies
Brandy Stephenson of Holton (shown above) will be featured as a contestant on an episode of “Wheel Of Fortune” airing next Friday, April 19. Stephenson, a 2004 graduate of Holton High School, filmed the episode in February after she was selected for the show after multiple rounds of interviews. (Photo by Carol Kaelson/Wheel of Fortune®/©2024 Califon Productions, Inc. ARR.)
Brandy Stephenson of Holton recently fulfilled a lifelong dream when she appeared as a contestant on “Wheel Of Fortune.” 
Six-year-old Charlie Robertson (at right) of Holton checked out her haul of Easter eggs, with some help from her mother, Regina Robertson, during the recent hunt hosted by the Jackson County 4-H Ambassadors at the Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex.
Six-year-old Charlie Robertson (at right) of Holton checked out her haul of Easter eggs, with some help from her mother, Regina Robertson, during the recent hunt hosted by the Jackson County 4-H Ambassadors at the Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex
Sirena Mick (at right) of Heartland Veterinary Clinic prepares a feral cat for sedation as part of the clinic’s TNR (trap-neuter-release) program for feral cats in the area. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Jackson County Youth Coalition representatives from Jackson Heights, Holton and Royal Valley high schools recently shared an annual report with the Jackson County Commissioners. Those shown in the photo above include (front row, from left) Madison Lawson and Emirson Frtiz of Jackson Heights, Alec Frazier, Renn Deters, Emily Lin and Emily Ditzler of Holton, Averie Stithem and Mya Snyder of Royal Valley and (back row, from left) Commissioners Keith Kelly, Dan Brenner and Mark Pruett.
In the photo above, Jackson Heights students Mason Hare (at left) and Jennifer Mellies (at right) arrived to the school’s prom last Saturday evening on dirt bikes and walked the red carpet as family and friends looked on.
Students and teachers at Holton Elementary School got out of class for a while on Monday afternoon to watch the total solar eclipse with special eclipse-viewing glasses, as many in the area did that afternoon. Jackson County experienced 85-percent totality during the eclipse — meaning that while the sun wasn’t totally darkened over the county, a slight dimming of the sun was noticeable to those who didn’t don the special glasses to witness the eclipse. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Brandy Stephenson of Holton (shown above) will be featured as a contestant on an episode of “Wheel Of Fortune” airing next Friday, April 19. Stephenson, a 2004 graduate of Holton High School, filmed the episode in February after she was selected for the show after multiple rounds of interviews. (Photo by Carol Kaelson/Wheel of Fortune®/©2024 Califon Productions, Inc. ARR.)
Six-year-old Charlie Robertson (at right) of Holton checked out her haul of Easter eggs, with some help from her mother, Regina Robertson, during the recent hunt hosted by the Jackson County 4-H Ambassadors at the Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex.
Holton and Jackson Heights high schools were recently ranked as the top two schools in the Topeka metro area by U.S. News & World Report. The U.S. News Best High School rankings include data on nearly 25,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia, it was reported. At...
Republicans Bethany Lee of Holton and Jeff Morrow of Topeka have both filed for the county attorney position, which will be included in the primary and general elections, it has been reported. Lee has been a licensed attorney since 2012, serving 11 of those years as a prosecutor.  She is currently...
Sirena Mick (at right) of Heartland Veterinary Clinic prepares a feral cat for sedation as part of the clinic’s TNR (trap-neuter-release) program for feral cats in the area. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Eight live cat traps, each one containing at least one cat, were brought Monday morning to Heart­land Veterinary Clinic so that each of the cats inside could be spayed or neutered, given some necessary vaccines and then taken back to the “colonies” where they were found. Clinic co-owner Dr. Amy Sun...
On the morning of April 26, 2023, Virginia Wagner of Lawrence was driving north on U.S. Highway 75 just south of Holton when she noticed “a little four-door black car” coming up behind her at a high rate of speed. “You definitely take notice of a car that’s going that fast,” Wagner said. Wagner,...

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Holton and Jackson Heights high schools were recently ranked as the top two schools in the Topeka metro area by U.S. News & World Report.

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