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Articles from the July 10, 2014 edition

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 By Sydney Yalshevec    News    July 10, 2014

Kimball residents celebrate Independence Day

On July 4, Americans everywhere gather to celebrate their country's Independence Day. Everyone does so a little differently, however, the main theme of the day is one of national pride. In Kimball it...

 
 By Daniel Thompson    News    July 10, 2014

Lawsuit against Nolting dismissed by Judge Weimer

The lawsuit against Village of Bushnell Board of Trustees Chairman Timothy Nolting, brought forth by Emerson “Fal” Calvert, has been dismissed by Judge Derek C. Weimer. Calvert, who owns the property referred to as the “old lumberyard” in the...

 
 By Sydney Yalshevec    News    July 10, 2014

Local artist Amber Wilke makes keepsakes out of nature

When thinking of art people generally picture paintings. However, there are various mediums in which art can be expressed. Amber Wilke is a local artist who expresses her art through making baskets....

 
 By Daniel Thompson    News    July 10, 2014

Facebook post leads to investigation of Dix property

An incident of suspected animal neglect and abuse in the Village of Dix was investigated by the Kimball County Sheriff's Office this past week. Posts on the Facebook page for the High Plains PAW Inc....

 
 By Sydney Yalshevec    News    July 10, 2014

International 4-H Youth Exchange Brings Switzerland Native to Kimball

The International 4-H Youth Exchange (IFYE), is a program that affords youths 19 and older the opportunity to travel to another country to learn about agriculture. Recently Mark and Jenna Miller were...

 
 By Sydney Yalshevec    News    July 10, 2014

Dan Kinnison reflects on his time in Kimball

Dan Kinnison has been a long time resident of Kimball. He has seen it grow and evolve over the years and has made it his home. Recently Kinnison was asked to participate in the Honor Flight, a trip to...

 

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