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Articles from the February 23, 2017 edition

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Kimball's annual Spelling Bee winners

It takes awhile to narrow down the top 30 spellers in grades four through eight at Kimball schools, but the annual Kimball Spelling Bee finally did just that. Each of the five grades were represented...

 

Stolen vehicles used to commit additional crimes

Four stolen vehicles in one week in Kimball County led to the recovery of a stolen Dodge pickup from Sedgwick, Colo., behind the Dix Bible Church according to Kimball County Sheriff Investigator...

 

Clean up costly for Kimball crews

After years of trying, the City of Kimball was finally able to complete the abatement process at 212 S. Burg St. in Kimball, a property they have attempted to abate since 2010, according to Kimball...

 

Friends and Neighbors: Wayne Robbins Family; Friends of the KVFD

The Wayne Robbins family and subsequently Z&S Construction have been generous donators and supporters of the Kimball Volunteer Fire Department for generations. Three to be exact. Wayne Robbins became...

 

Louise M. Perry Jay

Louise M. Perry Jay, 91, of Kimball, died at Kimball Health Services on Sunday, February 19, 2017. Mass of Christian burial will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at St. Joseph's...

 

John J. "Jack" O'Brien

John J. "Jack" O'Brien, born April 15, 1937, passed away on Feb 17, 2017. He was preceded in death by son, William J. O'Brien; siblings: Larry, Mary Kay, and Betty Ann. Survived by wife, DeAnna M....

 

Daryl W. Smith

Daryl W. Smith, 51, of Hastings, died on Thursday, January 5, 2017. Memorial services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, February 27, 2017 at the Cantrell Funeral Home with Pastor Ben Witfield officiating. Inurnment will be held in the Bushnell...

 

LTTE: Let me in immigration man

This letter is in response to the recent articles covering immigration. My grandfather Albert Joseph Bialek came to the United States from Poland in 1910. Per the Ellis Island website, he boarded the ship Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse in Bremen,...

 

Delusions and disappointment

I found myself writing this weeks editorial on Monday, President’s Day. When I first realized this fact I became frustrated with the sudden realization that our government offices were closed for the holiday. As it is my responsibility to compile t...

 
 By Larry Nelson    News    February 23, 2017

Veterans History Project

The Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress collects, preserves, and makes accessible the personal accounts of American war veterans so that future generations may hear directly from...

 

Students present tobacco/drug free

On February 7, 2017 five high school students along with their counselor, Chauncey Pedersen, met with the Kimball County Commissioners to give a quick presentation about their work in promoting a...

 

Lady Longhorn season ends at sub-district

The Kimball Lady Longhorns saw their season come to an end with a loss in the finals of the C2-12 sub-district tournament this past week. After winning 63-34 over Bayard in first round play, the...

 

Kimball boys fall to Mitchell 64-58

The regular season closed out on a losing note for the Kimball High boys as they lost at Mitchell Friday night 64-58. The loss leaves Kimball at 12-9 in the win/loss column heading into this week's...

 

Kimball youth is growing up with the women's wrestling movement

At not quite twelve years old, Sierra Starr Boviall continues to make a name for herself among young wrestlers. Boviall, a student at Potter-Dix schools, lives in Kimball with her grandmother, Penny...

 

Jock Talk

Mike Daum is making big news again this week and if you haven’t already read, and watched some of the National news stories about his play this past week, you must be hiding out in a cave somewhere. Big Mike, the former Kimball High standout who is...

 

$15,000 raised for local tumbling program

Saturday, February 18, was the site of a recent fundraising at the Historic Kimball High School Gym. Local women, Brooke Kiefer and Riley McNees raised just under $15,000 for the Kimball Carpenter...

 

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