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Articles from the July 21, 2022 edition

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Clean Harbors Seeks Approval

On July 11, Clean Harbors Inc. submitted an Approval to Construct Request to the Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy. This request is to continue construction for the implementation of the... Full story

 

Human Resources Firm Talks To County

Zelle Human Resource Solutions met Tuesday with the Kimball County Board of Commissioners for 45 minutes; the presentation was on their human resource company. For their standard fee of $5,000 a month, Zelle would help the county in the areas of...

 

HOSPITAL MOVING AHEAD

A Hillen Construction Co. excavator makes short work of removing the 1950 boiler unit from the basement of the former West Elementary School, as progress continues on Kimball's new hospital building...

 

Police Respond To Road Rage Incident Near I-80 Exit

Kimball Police Chief Andy Bremer and his force were busy defusing situations last week. Bremer said a small car and a semi-truck got into a road rage incident Thursay night on Interstate 80. Both vehicles left the interstate at the Kimball exit,... Full story

 

YARD OF THE WEEK

Brian and Rebecca White at 604 Chestnut St. received Yard of the Week honors. The Spanish style stucco house built in 1920 was purchased by the White family in 2006. It was overgrown and required a... Full story

 

Harvest Slow, But Heatwave Should Help

Amidst the late frost, the sawfly infestation and the lack of moisture, area wheat farmers are preparing for a lackluster harvest as well as predictions of a long, drawn-out harvest. Hope Hinton,...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    July 21, 2022

Hotter Than A Hootchie-Cootchie

Good morning, sure is hotter than a hootchie-cootchie, right?! Take care out there. Tonight, July 21st, Bands on Broadway are at the 18th Street Plaza from 6-9 p.m., and in Chadron Bands on Bordeaux...

 
 By Natasha McFaul    News    July 21, 2022

The Tri-State Marker Comes With Interesting Background

A walking trail to the Tri-State Marker – where Nebraska, Wyoming and Colorado meet – will allow one to experience the High Plains without disturbing the natural beauty of the private property. Pr...

 

THE BOYS ARE BACK

Longhorns football coach Darrell Howitt carries a significant presence on the football field – even during two-day summer camp. About a dozen students last week attended Kimball High's football...

 

Horns Shoot At Nationals

Here are the results for the five members of the Kimball Longhorns trap team who shot at the recent Nationals at in Mason, Mich. They’re listed by place they finished, name and score. 1,329 – Nolan Cook, 83 1,462 – Kambree Hottell, 80 1648 ...

 

GONE WITH THE WIND

Local individuals reported about an inch of much-needed rain on Friday in the city of Kimball, but a significant wind event occurred just north of town. The wind flipped the pivot in this wheat field... Full story

 

NEW GATEWAY TO GOTTE

The City of Kimball recently removed the barricades at Gotte Park and 4th Street to allow traffic to pass between the park and nearby neighborhood. But in an effort to slow traffic from the park, two...

 

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