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Articles from the August 29, 2013 edition

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Eight years later: a look at Nebraskans' efforts after Hurricane Katrina

“There were houses with windows gone. Some had two or three side walls down, roofs gone. The stink from the storm surge was just terrible, 102 degrees with 100 percent humidity. It’d just make you... Full story


City Council vote approves cemetery-wide enforcement of regulations, new hours

The City Council voted to accept the changes proposed by the Cemetery Board regarding the rules and regulations of the Kimball Cemetery at their meeting Thursday, August 22. The most noticeable change to the rules and regulations concerning the...


Held receives recognition at Maryland conference

Alan Held, Kimball Junior/ Senior High School agriculture and welding instructor, recently attended the 11th annual DuPont NATAA in Chesapeake Farms in Chestertown, Maryland in July of this year where he attended and completed the Ag academy to... Full story

 By Jacob Misener    News    August 29, 2013

Conservative, rural Nebraskan Carlson seeks shot at the highest office in the state

Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Carlson is a man of principles. And those principles, according to the Nebraska State Senator, are what guide him in everything he does. "I believe in the Bible...


Seeing red: First-year Kimball head football coach expects success

In his first year at the helm of things for the Kimball Longhorns football team, Nick Kuxhausen is learning as he goes, while relying on the experience he gained last year as an assistant coach at Kim... Full story


Patrick Edward Magginis

Patrick "Pat" Edward Maginnis, 52, of Grand Island, NE went home to God Tuesday, August 20, 2013, at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. Mass of Christian Burial will be... Full story


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