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Articles from the May 4, 2023 edition

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Missile Project Looks To Be Delayed

About 25 people attended state Sen. Brian Hardin's Town Hall meeting Saturday in Kimball. Hardin represents Kimball, Banner, and Scottts Bluff counties in Unicameral District 48. Hardin discussed some...


Driving Complaint Leads To Drug Bust

An affidavit the Kimball Policeman Andrew Lawson shared with the Observer details the arrest and confiscation of suspected heroin, fentanyl, methamphetamine and marijuana in the parking lot of Kwik Stop. According to the affidavit, on April 22,...


The Dix Road Getting Sealed This Summer

The Dix Road – Road 59 – will receive a double chip seal this summer. Bids for the double chip seal project were approved by the Kimball County Commissioners at the Tuesday, May 2, meeting. Top Coat, Inc. received the chip seal bid for...


More Trees For Gotte on Arbor day

Celebrating Arbor Day, Gotte Park received six new trees to increase the number of trees in the park to well over 100. Street department employees Jim Shoup, Jon Heidemann, Mark Nelson and Stacy... Full story



Mary Lynch Elementary students sent over $3,300 to the American Heart Association this year. Second grader Mason Anderson, 8 years old, raised $1,000, while the brother-sister team of Katie Hawthorne... Full story

 By Barb Cross    News    May 4, 2023

Busy Week At Banner County School As Year Nears An End

Good morning, and happy May! I don't know about you, but I can not believe it is May already, I think I am about a month behind. Everyone is talking about school getting out, graduations and summer. About time for all of that, yet somehow I feel like... Full story



Agencies throughout the area came together to provide a learning experience for Kimball High School students and a chance to work in unison. Kimball Health Services used the mock accident at Kimball J...


Longhorns Winding Up Track Season Nicely

Kimball High's girls and boys track and field teams travel to the Cheyenne County meet Friday following their performance at the SPVA conference meet that included a number of personal records and...


Kimball Invite Part Of Busy Stretch For Horns

The Longhorn golfers have a busy couple of weeks ahead of them. Thursday, the Longhorns will host the Kimball Invite with 12-15 teams making the trip. Then on May 9 the team will travel to Bayard and...

 By Patty Yanaga    Sports    May 4, 2023

Week 2 In The Books For Kimball Trap Team

Here are the Kimball High trap team’s Week 2 individual scores for Round 1, Round 2 and the totals in the recent trap shoot against Pine Bluffs at the Four Winds Golf Course: Grace Anderson: 18 + 20 = 38, Points 13.50 Faith Bohac: 13 +15 = 28...

 By Mike Motz    Sports    May 4, 2023

P-D Girls 3rd, Boys 4th in Mac

Potter-Dix’s Coyote Track and Field teams traveled to Leyton High School on Saturday for the MAC High School Meet, and the girls’ squad placed third out of eight teams with 58 points, and the boys’ squad finished fourth out of seven teams with...

 By Mike Motz    Sports    May 4, 2023

Coyote Trap Club On Target

Potter-Dix’s Trap Shooting Club as been in full swing since March, with their Friday competitions improving the scores of their members every week. Competing in the U.S.A. Clay Target League of junior and senior high students, the 13 members of the...


Light Rifle Champion

Karsyn Chesley will be traveling to Perry, Georgia in June to compete in Light rifle shooting at the National Junior High Rodeo. The shooting finals are held in conjunction with the National Junior...


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