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Articles from the June 16, 2022 edition

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DEMOLTION RESUMES AT KIMBALL HOSPITAL SITE

Demolition continues this week on the classroom area of the former West Elementary School in preparation for Kimball's new hospital. The work was halted last week while an environmental services crew... Full story

 

Surplus School Property Available

On Monday evening, Kimball School Board approved a list of surplus property at their regular monthly meeting. The surplus property list includes exercise equipment and 40 interactive whiteboard and...

 

Clean Harbors Permit Reviewed

The Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy has temporarily withdrawn its intent to renew Clean Harbors Environmental Services' permit regarding hazardous waste storage, treatment and disposal under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act....

 

HER BRONC RIDING DEBUT

Saddle bronc rider Kaleigh Mason from Sidney struggles Saturday to keep her balance and stay in the saddle at the Kimball Ranch Rodeo. Kaleigh didn't make the 8 second bell, but she did great for her... Full story

 

FAVORITE DAD THINGS

Some students from the Elite program at Mary Lynch Elementary School shared with the Observer their favorite things to do with their dads in honor of Father's Day this Sunday. Kindergartens and First Graders Gunner, 6: My favorite thing to do with...

 

YARD OF THE WEEK

Yard of the Week went to Bonnie Risk at 214 W. 9th St. in Kimball. Bonnie's yard was nominated anonymously but there is nothing anonymous about her beautiful yard and flower area. Bonnie said it has... Full story

 

Sterkel Wins Ranch Rodeo

The annual Kimball Ranch Rodeo featured two rounds of saddle bronc riding and four ranch rodeo events, with seven teams competing for the title and belt buckles. The crowd was treated to some...

 

DIX LANDMARK COMES DOWN

Built in 1918 and demolished in 2022, the old store located at 123 Myrtle in Dix has been the talk of the town. Sitting squarely in the middle of the building is a large old safe. It wasn't known...

 

SHE SHOOTS, SHE SCORES

What began as an 4-H activity for an 8-year-old continues today for 17-year-old Kimball High School junior Julia Winstrom. Julia will compete in two national air rifle competitions over the summer,... Full story

 

Trap Team Takes Aim At State; 10 Qualify For Nationals

The Kimball Longhorns trap team continues to be active in anticipation of trips to state and nationals. This Saturday, 26 Kimball individuals will shoot for state scores along with eight shooters from Potter. They will each shoot 100 rounds. The team...

 

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