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The wait is just about over. Three days of Farmer's Day festivities begin Friday for the 93rd annual event. Here's a look at the schedule of events. If you'd like a pocket schedule to carry around,...


Several Charges, 2 Arrests In Kimball Drug Bust

Kimball police officers and a Kimball County sheriff’s deputy initiated a traffic stop Sept. 7 on a vehicle in the 300 block of South Chestnut Street for failing to utilize its turn signal. After officers made contact with the driver, they said the...

 By The Observer    Sports    August 29, 2019

Potter-Dix, Banner Open Fall Seasons

Here’s an opening week look at Banner County and Potter-Dix high school sports. Banner cross country is at Scottsbluff on Thursday, Aug. 29. Banner football hosts Bayard at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 30. Potter-Dix football opens Aug. 30 at Hay Springs.... Full story

 By The Observer    Sports    August 15, 2019

Halsey Clark, Kailey Nicklas Of Potter Are All-Stars

A couple of Potter area athletes, Halsey Clark and Kailey Nicklas, represented themselves well at the recent Mike Trader's Mid-America Basketball Camp at Morrill High School. Clark was named Most...

 By The Observer    News    August 8, 2019

Going, Going, Not Quite Gone

Bob and Jacque Hill have decided to retire and put their Décor Store on Chestnut Street up for sale, but they say their main goal is to sell the store as a viable business. And that, they realize, co...

 By The Observer    News    August 1, 2019

Rockabillaque Proves Fun For All Ages

The first annual Rockabillaque event in Kimball is in the books. Amy Sapp, economic director of the city of Kimball, said the Poker Run through the Panhandle had 18 motorcycles and 2 classic cars...


Local fireworks fundraiser winner announced, continued donations sought

Over the past few months many of you noticed and contributed to the Firework Fund Spare Change drive. We could not be prouder of all the businesses and citizens who participated – especially in April when the Fourth of July seemed like months...


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