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Articles from the December 5, 2013 edition

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Another successful year for the Parade of Lights

The sidewalks on 2nd Street in Kimball were lined with local adults and youths as they eagerly anticipated the start of the Parade of Lights the night of Saturday, November 30. The air was biting as...

 

Marketing Hometown America holds public forum

The closing event for Marketing Hometown America was held Tuesday, November 26 at the Kimball Event Center. Approximately 70 participants packed into the Meadowlark room of the Event Center as the... Full story

 

Sheriff Harry Gillway contemplates possibility of new jail

The Kimball County Jail, located in the courthouse, is facing the cost of much needed repairs to its plumbing system. According to Kimball County Jail Administrator Linda Williams, the system which... Full story

 

Senate Candidate Ben Sasse fights for limited government

Midland University’s President, Ben Sasse, is known as the Anti-Obamacare Candidate for Nebraska Senate. He has never held an elected office, however, he has strong opinions about what is happening here in Nebraska, as well as in Washington. Obamac... Full story

 

Ellen L. Pinkerton

Ellen L. Pinkerton, 78, of Kimball, died at the Kimball County Manor on Monday, November 25, 2013. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 30, 2013 at the Cantrell Funeral... Full story

 

Glennis Fern Fischer

Glennis Fern Fischer of Warrenton, VA died on December 2, 2013 at Blue Ridge Christian Home, Bealeton, VA. She was born on September 18, 1929 in Kimball, NE to the late Charles J. and Eva Mae Foster. She was also preceded in death by her husband... Full story

 

Scottsbluff boys win over Kimball 53-41

In a pre-season, exhibition basketball game Monday night on the Kimball court, the Class B Scottsbluff boys won over Kimball 53-41. The contest,where the gate receipts are turned over to the NSAA to... Full story

 

Lady Longhorns falter at end, fall to Scottsbluff 32-28

Coach Chauncey Pedersen termed it "frustrating" as his Kimball High Lady Longhorns fell to visiting Scottsbluff 32-28 in their pre-season, Nebraska High School Hall of Fame exhibition game Monday...

 

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