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Articles from the March 27, 2014 edition

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City Council holds public hearing on rail spur funds

The rail spur project is no longer going to be completed due to the cost of the project increasing significantly over time and the bond originally put aside not being enough to complete the project.... Full story

 By Daniel Thompson    News    March 27, 2014

State Senator Pete Pirsch running for attorney general

Nebraska State Senator Pete Pirsch, an Omaha Republican, hopes to bring both his experience and passion for the work at hand to the Nebraska Attorney General's Office in 2014. "I'm running for... Full story


Chief Huff makes plans to better serve community

The Kimball Police Department consists of seven officers, all of who are certified, a first in the two years since Chief Darren Huff has been in his position. Chief Huff has been working tirelessly to make sure that all of his officers are a trained...


Marie Beverly Cashion

Marie Beverly Cashion, May 5, 1919 ~ March 20, 2014, 94 of Dix, NE. Passed away March 20, 2014 while in the care of Front Range Hospice of Erie Colorado. Born in Chicago IL to William Otto Voss and... Full story


Freeman J. Campbell

Freeman J. Campbell, 91, of Kimball, died at Kimball Health Services on Tuesday, March 18, 2014. Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at the Trinity United Methodist... Full story

 By Tom Southard    Sports    March 27, 2014

Former Kimball Athlete now succesful coach

It was great to see that Jay Staehr, former outstanding Kimball High athlete, is still having success coaching as he directed his Overton boys into the championship game of the Nebraska state D-l...

 By Tom Southard    Sports    March 27, 2014

Lady Longhorns have winning season

The 2013-14 season for the Kimball High girls' basketball team may not have played out quite like coach Chauncey Pedersen and his girls would have liked, but none the less, it was a winning season wit... Full story


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