The Holtonian

Trevin leaves, Three still Remain

Kenton Tegethoff

December 13, 2012


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During the winter people usually don’t get out of the house much because of the cold weather. They usually watch TV, play video games, and browse the web. If you’re one of those people turn on the tube and start watching The Voice. It is one of the most viewed, exciting shows airing right now. As...

“Angels” Rock the Runway in New York City

Rachel Bryant

December 11, 2012


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The annual Victoria’s Secret fashion show was held in New York on Lexington Avenue Armory and the runway was shining with “angels”. Special music artists included Rihanna, Bruno Mars, and Justin Bieber attended and performed their hit singles. The opening of the show began with a circus act...

Students help out at Christmas Store

Danica Haverkamp

December 11, 2012


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Getting into the Christmas spirit for the clubs at Holton High means one thing: giving.  SADD, FCA, StuCo and JCYC are getting into the spirit by making donations to the Community Christmas store and volunteering at the Salvation Army.  All clubs are targeting their gifts to teens as sometimes the...

FFA Succeeds

Shannon Sides

November 20, 2012


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The Holton FFA chapter has worked hard during their studies this year, and it paid off at the 2012 NE District FFA Leadership School, which took place on November 8th. The day consisted of various competitions, one being Parliamentary Procedure, which included a par law demo and a par law test.  ...

Students want more Halloween

Sam Nichols

October 23, 2012


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Is it all because of the dress code? The students get reminded of it daily. We hear it every year at the beginning of school. What to wear, or what not to wear. Do they not trust us? Hundreds of schools across the U.S. are allowed to wear their Halloween costume to school. I’m sure they have to...

National 4-H Week

Danica Haverkamp

October 15, 2012


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“I want you for 4-H!”  At the fall fest there is a scarecrow contest, many different people compete in this contest.  4-H clubs are one of many people that devote a few hours to create a good theme for the contest.  The “I want you for 4-H” is the Denison Builders scarecrow to help promote...

Wednesday Pep Rally proves unforgettable

October 5, 2012


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Wednesday night at the Holton High School pep rally, a series of exciting events happened from football players dancing to homecoming candidates getting a fine makeover. Holton High school seniors Tyler Burdiek, Kara Decker, Trent Tanking, Connor Strader, Ryan Heafke, Elizabeth Allen, Hannah Sweet,...

Last Day of Spirit Week

Emily Nevil

October 5, 2012


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TGIF! Listening to Mrs. Kimmi say that in the morning on announcements makes every Friday so much better. Thinking just this one more day and we’re free for the weekend! Holton High takes spirit week very serious, everyone takes time to dress up and win prizes at the end of the week. Blue/white...

Powderpuff

Danica Haverkamp

October 3, 2012


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Are you ready for some Wednesday night football?  Tonight is the big game of the juniors vs. seniors in powderpuff.  The junior girls will be taking on the undefeated senior girls, in a battle to see who will come out victorious. In preparation for Friday night, the pep rally is tonight at 6 p.m. ...

Spirit Week Begins

Dalton Beightel

October 1, 2012


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As Homecoming week begins, students are participating in the Spirit Week days. Today, students made up a wacky hair do. “Spirit Week is fun because you get to see peoples sense of humor,” Danica Haverkamp, 11, said. StuCo sponsors Spirit Week. They will vote on the people whom they think “dressed...

New Peeps

Danica Haverkamp and Emily Nevil

September 20, 2012


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Being a new student or even teacher is nerve-racking and exciting. A new school year is a chance for meeting new people and creating memories that will last a lifetime. Two new students have come from Nebraska. “I came from a small town in Nebraska called Humboldt. Holton is much bigger with many...

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