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USCGC Kimball In Open Waters

If you live in the city of Kimball or Kimball County, you might think that a ship named Kimball would be local attraction and perhaps cruise the open waters of Oliver Lake. But then you might be...

 

STAYING IN HIS LANE

The Dalles, Ore., is a world away from Kimball, but professional bowler Greg McDaniel made the move from there to Kimball. In August 2015, McDaniel purchased the local bowling alley, the Kim Bowl. He...

 

Moisture Needed In Panhandle, At Least Before Storm

An estimated 60 acres of pasture burned on Sunday afternoon, April 7, near Kimball, according to Kimball Fire Chief Rick Wynne. The fire along Road 29W, which occurred before the April 10-11 storm...

 

FFA ... It's A Family Tradition For Many

The hard work for the FFA Alumni pays off when they "watch kids be successful after they graduate and leave the program." This is the reason why Sandy Lukassen, Amber Wilke and other alumni spent...

 

Liver And Onions: A Treat

Liver and onions was on the menu as Shirley Whartman stepped up to get her meal. Over 45 lunches of liver and onions were served at the Kimball Senior Citizens Center on Wednesday, March 28. Liver...

 

Potter-Dix Speech Team Takes State

They endured a rocky start to this year's speech season, but the Coyotes overcame many struggles. According to Potter-Dix head speech coach Chandell Oleson, "The year started out rough and scary...

 

Ag School Program Eyed For Ag-Based Potter, Dix Areas

Due to weather conditions, the Potter-Dix School Board postponed its regular meeting and rescheduled it for Saturday, March 16. The first order of business for the board was to hear presentations about an agricultural program for the students. The...

 

LTTE: Regarding the Kimball County Ambulance

Patience is encouraged as fact finding on the ambulance precedes any action. Arriving at a hasty and poorly researched decision is not in the best interest of the residents of the county. Please be assured that I will pursue a well thought out...

 

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