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Articles from the March 14, 2013 edition


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  • Facebook Post Leads To Arrest Of Fugitive In Kimball

    Daniel Thompson, Reporter|Mar 14, 2013

    A Wyoming man wanted for felony warrants in Laramie County, Wyoming was arrested here in Kimball last week. Matthew Michael Huelsman, 37, wanted on three felony warrants for stalking, one for burglary, and a misdemeanor for a probation violation with an original charge of battery, and a second warrant violation for a protection order, was taken into custody by Sergeant Brandon Loy of the Kimball County Sheriff’s Office. Huelsman was considered dangerous. Surprisingly, the arrest stemmed from a Facebook post by Laramie County law enforcement t... Full story

  • Restaurant Review: The Oven

    Dave Faries, Editor|Mar 14, 2013

    Believe it or not, The Oven boasts of an impressive collection of vintage wines. Nothing odd about a restaurant serving fine labels, you say? Well, this prominent Lincoln destination is known for its paratha, rogan josh, hyderabadi biryani and a range of regional dishes—and, let’s face it, few people associate fine wine and Indian cuisine. Yet The Oven has earned Wine Spectator’s coveted Award of Excellence seven times and they are justly proud of their collection. The owners even dedic...

  • Drinks: Empyrean Chaco Canyon Ale

    Dave Faries, Editor|Mar 14, 2013

    Chaco Canyon is perhaps the least intriguing of Empyrean’s lineup. It’s the light hitting shortstop or the tame top 40 song turned out by an edgy band. Of course, mainstream beers often reach a broader market, especially when they approach with a bright, crisp aroma laced with familiar grain—as well as a juicy whiff of lemony citrus, which exists more as a presence than a distinct layer. The Nebraska blonde ale would not offend the state’s mass-produced American lager fans, those who point habitually toward the Bud Light tap in a sea of craft n...

  • Kimball At State: Longhorns Finish Fourth In C-1 Boys Basketball

    Dave Faries, Editor|Mar 14, 2013

    Saturday: Wayne 56 Kimball 50 The Longhorns ended their three-day run at state with hardware—in the form of a fourth place trophy—and an impressive, hard fought 56-50 loss to Wayne. Kimball pulled themselves back into the fray from a 15-6 deficit in the first quarter. On the verge of destruction at the start of the fourth, they clawed back into contention again after falling behind 45-33. “We can compete,” head coach Bruce Tjosvold said of his team. The Blue Devils entered the final period... Full story

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