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Articles from the February 21, 2019 edition

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 By Dakota Kuhns    News    February 21, 2019

Legislators Still Seeking Answers On Property, Alcohol Taxes

The Nebraska Legislature had a late night until 10 last Thursday, when the hearing concluded for the three bills relating to the highly debated property tax issue: LB314, LB497 and LB677. Public comments for and against the three bills were heard by...

 
 By Dakota Kuhns    News    February 21, 2019

Head Start's Future Concerns Families

Kimball Head Start parents received a letter last week from Donna Jenne, director of Head Start programs, explaining the possibility of the Head Start facility in Kimball closing. Jenne stated in the letter that the ESU13 Head Start program is...

 

Top Speller Defends Title

The 2019 Kimball School District Spelling Bee was yet another success with top spellers from the fourth through eighth grades competing for the winning honors. After a nerve-racking first round,...

 

NEBRASKA COFFEE STARTS PERCOLATING

Kimball community leaders attend the Feb. 13 ribbon cutting ceremony welcoming newly opened Nebraska Coffee at 607 E. 3rd St. to the business scene. In addition to U.S. grown, Nebraska roasted java,...

 

Johnny A. Biberos

Johnny A. Biberos, 95, of Kimball, died at his home in Kimball on Monday, February 11, 2019. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, February 15, 2019, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in...

 

Jock Talk

I enjoyed being a part of the Kimball boys win over Morrill this past Monday night in a game held at the Scottsbluff gym. Both schools had a good following and tournament atmosphere always adds a bit extra. The Kimball Cheer Team, under the...

 

Six Cheer Titles in Eight Years

The Kimball Cheer team competed at the Nebraska State Cheer and Dance competition on Saturday, February 16th. The team ousted C2 teams from across the state in both the Non-Tumbling and Game Day...

 

Cluff Adds One More State Win To Resume

Jordan Cluff and Toby McManigal, Kimball High's two state qualifiers for the 2019 Nebraska State Wrestling Tournament, failed to make the medal stand at Omaha, but can add the experience to their...

 

Kimball Boys Advance With 60-49 Win Over Morrill

The Kimball High boys put together one of their better games Monday night in sub-district tournament play to win 60-49 over Morrill, keeping their season alive and advancing them into semi final play against number one seed Bridgeport. It was a hard...

 

Kimball Boys Fall At Mitchell, 67-55

The Kimball High boys closed out their regular season with a trip to Mitchell this past Friday evening and suffered a 67-55 loss to the young, but talented, Mitchell club. The Tigers outscored the...

 

Lady Longhorns Lose To Bayard In First Round

The Kimball High girls saw their basketball season come to an end with a first round loss in sub-district tournament play, losing 58-53 to Bayard, a team they had defeated twice earlier. It was a back and fourth contest with the lead exchanged...

 

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