Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Articles from the May 30, 2013 edition

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 By Daniel Thompson    News    May 30, 2013

Senator Fischer makes a stop in downtown Kimball

Senator Deb Fischer stopped by Kimball May 28, to give residents an update on what she has been working on for the people of Nebraska. Fischer walked into the Plains Historical Museum around 1:30... Full story


Railroads, dust and grasshoppers - memories of the Wheat Growers Hotel

Editor’s Note: This is the second segment of a three-part series on the Wheat Growers Hotel, located in Kimball, NE. The final segment will run in early June. “After more than 40 years, are the me... Full story

 By Daniel Thompson    News    May 30, 2013

Former Kimball High School graduate earns culinary award, has future plans for restaurant in Kimball

A former Kimball High School graduate, Hunter Baliman, received the Spirit of Mitchell Technical Institute Award during his recent graduation ceremony from Mitchell Technical Institute in Mitchell, South Dakota. Baliman received the award for his...

 By Daniel Thompson    Sports    May 30, 2013

Hewitt takes aim, becomes fastest duelist in the world

Local resident Tom Hewitt proves the saying that age is just a number. Hewitt is the fastest duelist in the world for people ages 65-69. He gained this title by participating in the Huntsman World...


Observer editorial: The 21st century Prohibition

Being located in such close proximity to the state of Colorado, it is not hard to find onself in the midst of a discussion concering the matter of marijuana use, or decriminalization of drugs. Forty-two years ago, then-President Richard Nixon...

 By Daniel Thompson    News    May 30, 2013

Conflicting reports emerge in wake of gas line explosion near Bushnell

The gas line that burst in the early hours of May 4 north of Bushnell near where County Road 17 and County Road 48 intersect has been repaired and is currently running at a limited capacity.... Full story


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