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Meal program serves kids and adults throughout summer

Danessa Terrill, Food Service Director for Kimball Public Schools, is serving up free breakfast and lunch at Mary Lynch Elementary during the summer. Funding received for the program comes from...

KPD urges citizens to be alert

Safeguard your property and don’t hesitate to call the police if something seems suspicious. This from Kimball Police Chief Andy Bremer as his department just closed one stolen vehicle investigation and opened a second. This first, a stolen...

Local businesses challenges others for park improvements

A challenge by a local business to other businesses in the community have raised nearly $3,000 to assist the City of Kimball in making park improvements. Elite Oilfield Services has pledged $5,000 in ...

Local fireworks fundraiser winner announced, continued donations sought

Over the past few months many of you noticed and contributed to the Firework Fund Spare Change drive. We could not be prouder of all the businesses and citizens who participated – especially in April when the Fourth of July seemed like months...

Volunteers wanted for summer fun at Oliver

Guests at Oliver Reservoir will soon see a new Camp Host. Kimball County Sheriff Harry Gillway was the Camp Host last summer, and a shining familiar light was seen from the small lake that was forgotten years ago with the increased number of...

Greenwood- Greenwood-Greenwood Team wins father's day golf

The Greenwood family came out on top once again in winning the championship of the 2018 Father's Day Golf Classic held this past weekend at the Four Winds Golf Course. Kenny Greenwood and his sons,...

Jock Talk

The annual Father’s Day Golf Classic 3-person scramble is now in the books and, like always, it certainly is a classic event hosted by the Thursday Night Men’s Golf League, with Randy Bohac, the man in charge. It is so encouraging to see all of...

Letter to the Editor

This writing is in response to the John and Suny Moore ‘Letter to the Editor’ dated June 7, 2018. I feel that there should be clarification regarding the directing of the program this year, as opposed to all the prior years. First of all, it...

Walter L. Wann

Walter L. Wann, 93, of Kimball, died at his home in Kimball on Friday, May 18, 2018. Memorial services were held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 9, 2018 at the Kimball Baptist Fellowship, 6th and Oak ...

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