Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Warner, Morrison Running For Mayor

Candidates filing for political office in Kimball County started bright and early on Jan 5. Christy Warner filed for mayor and was the first person to file at 8:14 a.m. Other filings for mayor of Kimball included John A. Morrison. The mayoral...

Troy Harper Wins Big Panhandle Coop Award

Panhandle Coop Association Board of Directors named Troy Harper, manager at Kimball Main Street Market, as the winner of the Roy Chelf Employee Award at the Panhandle Coop Association Annual Meeting...

Hospital Campaign Announced

Kimball Health Services (KHS) leadership on Thursday, Jan. 13, announced a $2.2 million fundraising campaign to complete funding for a new hospital in Kimball opening in the fall of 2023. Standing on...

McGinnis First At Chase Invite

Chase County Quad meet The Kimball Wrestling team competed in a quad meet on Friday, Jan. 14, at Chase County Gym. There were 5 matches wrestled in the dual against Chase County. Kimball went 3-2 in...

Lady Longhorns Beat Potter-Dix, Drop Next 3

Kimball's Lady Longhorn basketball team travelled last Tuesday to take on the Potter-Dix Lady Coyotes in Potter, and quickly broke out to a big lead in the early going. Both teams had problems...

Coyotes Top Horns, No. 1 In MAC

The Potter-Dix Coyotes boys basketball team had a busy week with three games and came out with two wins. Their record improves to 9-2 as they enter the MAC Tournament this week as the No. 1 seed. On...

SPVA Awaits Boys Hoops

The Kimball Longhorns boys basketball team’s record went to 0-11 after outings this past week against Potter-Dix, Bridgeport and Gordon-Rushville. On Jan. 15 the young squad lost a home non-conference game against Gordon-Rushville by a score of...

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