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Here are The Holton Recorder Football Pick’Em Contest entries for the week ending Friday, Oct. 6.   1. Aeschliman Construction: Rossville at Holton 2. Denison State Bank: Troy at Jackson Heights 3. Beverley Brown Boutique: Hayden at Royal Valley 4. Bergsten Insurance: Maur Hill at ACCHS...
Food trucks have been an ongoing topic for the Holton City Commission in recent months — specifically, whether food vendors visiting Holton should be required to pay license fees for selling their wares. On Monday, commissioners voted to work a licensing fee schedule for food trucks into the city’s...
The Holton community is mourning the loss of a longtime educator who brought the stars closer to Jackson County. Mike Ford, 69, who taught in the Holton school district for 22 years and was instrumental in the creation of the Banner Creek Science Center and Observatory west of Holton, died last...
Holton Elementary School hosted a “Donuts With Grown-ups’’ event for parents, grandparents and other supportive adults of students in grades kindergarten, first and second grades from 2:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 15 at the school. The fun event was well-received and well-attended. The photo above shows Holton food service personnel serving up lots of doughnuts. Those food service personnel shown are, from left, Kathryn Lockhart, Erin Collins, Nick Parks and Nancy Sparks.
Holton Elementary School hosted a “Donuts With Grown-ups’’ event for parents, grandparents and other supportive adults of students in grades kindergarten, first and second grades from 2:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 15 at the school. The fun event was well-received and well-attended. The photo...
Here are The Holton Recorder Football Pick’Em Contest entries for the week ending Friday, Sept. 29.   1. Aeschliman Construction: Royal Valley at Holton 2. Denison State Bank: Jackson Heights at Centralia 3. Beverley Brown Boutique: ACCHS at Pleasant Ridge 4. Bergsten Insurance: Georgia...
Two parents of Holton High School students met with the Holton school board here Monday evening to ask the board to take bold action now to stop a culture in the schools that tolerates racist remarks being made and disrespect toward any non-white students. Amy Austin said her multi-racial daughter...
Shown from left to right are Knowee Potts, Mshewe Hale, Kiwe Miller and Panno Wahwassuck, standing in front of a mural celebrating the culture of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, painted on the east wall of the former Delia Grade School building this summer by Rossville High School art teacher Garrett Larson. Potts and Miller are depicted in the mural as dancers, while Hale is depicted as a member of a Potawatomi drum group. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
On the east wall of the former Delia Grade School in southwest­ern Jackson County is a painted mural that features a depiction of two young members of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, Knowee Potts and Kiwe Miller, performing a Na­tive American dance — a mural that was recently completed by...
The Jackson County Commissioners met with a citizens’ advisory committee on Monday afternoon to discuss potential zoning regulations regarding commercial solar projects in the county. Appointed by the county commission, the committee includes area residents David Brown, Chris Johnson, Bill Conley...
Pat Fontaine, commanding officer of Mary L. Bair American Legion Post 44 of Holton, prepared a display featuring his friend, U.S. Navy Capt. Gerald DeConto, at Linscott Park prior to a Sept. 11 remembrance ceremony for those — including DeConto — who died in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Fontaine encouraged those present at the ceremony to never forget the significance of that day’s events, in which 2,977 Americans died.	(Photo by Brian Sanders)
Twenty-two years ago Monday, on Sept. 11, 2001, a total of 2,977 Americans lost their lives in the terrorist attacks in which Al Qaeda operatives hijacked four planes and flew them into the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., and a field in western Pennsylvania. One of...
Here are The Holton Recorder Football Pick’Em Contest entries for the week ending Friday, Sept. 22.   1. Aeschliman Construction: Holton at Perry-Lecompton 2. Denison State Bank: Royal Valley at Riley County 3. Beverley Brown Boutique: Riverside at Jackson Heights 4. Bergsten Insurance...

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