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)

Eclipse captures Jackson County's attention

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)

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109 W. Fourth St.
Holton, KS 66436
Phone: 785-364-3141
 

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