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Articles from the March 31, 2022 edition

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Competition Is Good, Says Rich Patterson

Rich Patterson from Hometown Hardware says he sees the new Kimball Ace Hardware store as a benefit to everyone – including his business. "Competition is good," Patterson said. "There is nothing... Full story

 

Goodbye Dairy Queen, Hello Sugar Shack

"We will be opening, it will be new and exciting," said Deb Fiehtner, owner of the new Sugar Shack in Kimball. The Sugar Shack will open in mid-April with much of the same menu, she said, as the old...

 

MARCH MADNESS

With all seriousness and total concentration, Mark Nelson from the Kimball Volunteer Fire Department team shoots for two during Donkey Basketball on Monday evening at the Kimball High School gym. As... Full story

 

Sheriff Candidates Say Their Piece

The statewide primary election is Tuesday, May 10, and polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in Kimball. In the primary, voters registered as Republicans vote for the Republican candidates and...

 

Sheriff Candidates Say Their Piece

The statewide primary election is Tuesday, May 10, and polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in Kimball. In the primary, voters registered as Republicans vote for the Republican candidates and...

 

Going, Going, Gone! Area Supports FFA Labor Auction

A great crowd came out to support the Kimball FFA Chapter at its Labor Auction and Alumni Feed on Friday, March 25. Twenty-one FFA students were auctioned off as well, as their adviser. Student...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    March 31, 2022

Donkey Ball: That's Entertainment, But Banner Misses Finals

Good morning, Banner County. Here we are on the last day of March, and where did it go? Heaven sure knows that the time is flying, but I for one am not having that much fun. However, life marches on....

 

Heeg Leads Longhorns Track At Morrill

The Kimball boys and girls track teams have a meet under their belts. The Longhorns head into this Saturday’s meet at Bayard following an outing at the Morrill Early Bird 22 meet in which senior Kat... Full story

 

Coyotes Sixth At Early Bird

The Potter-Dix Coyotes boys and girls track teams traveled on Saturday to compete at the annual Morrill Early Bird meet. The boys squad placed sixth with 44 points and the girls team placed 12th with...

 

Cats Open Season

The Banner County Wildcats opened their track season last Saturday at the Morrill Early Bird 22 meet. On the boys side, freshman Kristian Clure kept busy. He finished 16th in the 100 meters in 12.89 seconds, 15th in the 200 meters in 26.02 and 25th...

 

DONKEY BASKETBALL

The Kimball Jr/Sr High School gym was full of basketball fans Monday night as Donkey Basketball took center stage. Kimball Ranch Rodeo sponsored the event as a fundraiser. Four teams competed for the...

 

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