The Holtonian

Haunted Town brings Spooks and Scares

Blake Harris, Assistant Editorial Editor

October 29, 2015

With Halloween right around the corner, many teenagers find fun in touring haunted houses, going on hayrack rides, and finding other activities to scary the heebie–jeebies out of them. Thirty miles northwest of Kansas City,...

Addicting Apple Applications

Janae Skaggs, Assistant Feature Editors

October 27, 2015

The 21st century has been taken over by thousands of addicting apps. Some popular apps are: Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, Tumblr, and Pinterest. Most of the apps these days use the internet, however there are many well known game...

Haunted Houses Get Physical

Mikaela Mayhew, News Editor

October 19, 2015

Everyone loves the feeling of adrenaline; most go to haunted houses to get that sense of rush to go through their bodies. Remember how in haunted houses the actors would scare the screamer, and the scarers were not supposed to...

Bjelland Breakdown

Josh Bjelland, asst. sports editor

October 16, 2015

The big news in the world of sports this past week has been the passing of baseball great Yogi Berra, former catcher and slugger for the New York Yan- kees. He had a very successful career as he won 10 World Se- ries r...

Runners prepare for Big Seven League cross-country meet

Claire Mosier, Feature Editor

October 15, 2015

October 15th is the Big Seven League cross-country meet hosted by Perry-Lecompton High School. The meet is held at Perry Lake. Each race is a 5K, which is 3.2 miles. Both girls and boys will run that far. The race is a loop and...

Flavors of Fall

Lyndie Copeland

October 9, 2015

As leaves fall whimsically from transforming limbs and maple trees foam with sap, the air catches a rejuvenating autumn aura. The churning and burning of apple cider and sugar and spice scented candles warmly welcomes fall. Contributing...

Holton High School makes breast cancer personal

Reagan Tinney, Editorial Editor

October 7, 2015

One in eight. That’s the amount of women that will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Think of how many girls in the high school will develop that deadly disease based on that statistic. Students will run into a woman...

SAFE takes action

Maggie Pruitt, News Editor

October 5, 2015

“Buckle up, it’s the law,” signs proclaim up and down the highway. Not only is the law enforcement implementing this safety rule, but our recently founded local SAFE, Seatbelts Are For Everyone, group at Holton High is...

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