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Banner County Notes

Good morning Banner County, and bahh hum bug to the snow. Wouldn’t ya know that our winter would wait until spring to show up! Now with the time change we also have one more hour of daylight to enjoy it instead of all of those evenings when it...

Three Kimball Public Schools Staffers Set To Resign

The public filled the room this past Monday, March 11, for the regular Board of Education meeting. Teachers and parents gathered to hear public comments regarding the rumors of a multiple staff...

One More Arrest Made By KPD

Kimball Police Officer Greg Taylor was dispatched to 607 East Third St. (formerly the Arabian Motel and now Kimball Extended Stay) on Saturday, March, 2 at approximately 2:45 p.m. with reports of possible methamphetamine discovered by cleaning...

Our Beautiful Community

The Kimball community will celebrate the retirement of Kimball County Tourism Director Jo Caskey on March 31 and welcome newly hired Jessica Rocha to the position. Through her six years in Kimball,... Full story

Tour Planned Of Warren Air Force Base For Veterans

Kimball Transit, Kimball Mayor Keith Prunty and Warren Air Force Base will be teaming up in a short time to offer veterans a tour of the Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, Wyo., with transportation to and from the base in the coming months....

Team Evertson Wins Lions Club Grudge Match Trophy

The Kimball Lions Club concluded its Annual Nine Pin No Tap Bowling Tournament recently, enjoying a great turnout of local and area bowlers. Creg Barker was the Men's Singles winner with a high...

Blizzard Or Not, Spring Sports Season Arrives

Welcome to the spring sports season in Western Nebraska! If the bus driver can see the road, and if they have them plowed open by Saturday, the Kimball High track team will head up to Chadron State College for their first meet of the season, which... Full story

2018-19 Lady Longhorns: Give Credit Where Credit Is Due

The 2018-19 basketball season for the Kimball High girls wound up with 10 wins and 11 losses, but when we consider the opposition the Lady Longhorns faced throughout the season a lot of credit has to...

Record Setting Season For Girls

The Kimball High Lady Longhorn Basketball Team ended up with a win-loss season of 10 and 11, but nonetheless they had some school record breaking happenings. As a team, they improved the school mark of fewest points allowed in a game when they held...

Raymond R. Gartman Death Notice

Raymond R. Gartman, 52, of Sidney, died at Sidney Regional Medical Center on Thursday, February 28, 2019. Cremation has taken place and graveside services will be held at a later date. A complete obituary will be published later. The services for... Full story

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