Articles from the September 12, 2013 edition
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"This is going to be one of the worst days of my lifetime."
12 years later, Klark Byrd still remembers the feeling of shock he felt on the morning of September 11, 2001. The former Kimball resident can still smell the smoke, the burnt foliage and airplane... Full story
Kimball rail spur project now facing increased public scrutiny
A recent update on the rail spur project that has long been in development by the City of Kimball gave little comfort to local residents who have waited years for its completion. According to Mayor James Schnell, the project, as it stands, cannot...
Concussion recovery focus could shift to the classroom
With the sports season in full swing at the Kimball Jr./Sr. High School, local residents and young athletes alike turn their attention to the excitement on and off the field as players battle for a...
Chamber of Commerce examining the best way forward in 2014
Since the resignation of Jeanette Rabender from the post of Executive Director of the Kimball/Banner County Chamber of Commerce earlier this year, many have wondered what will become of the chamber...
Longhorns fumble and stumble in 48-7 loss at Hershey
Kimball fumbled the first snap from center at Hershey Friday night and five plays later the hosting Panthers were on the board after completing a 15 yard pass and with the clock showing 9:23 in the... Full story
Potter-Dix struggles in Garden County encounter
The Coyotes could not stop, could not contain Garden County running back Tristen Jackson Friday night. He carried for 203 yards and two touchdowns, leading a backfield that rushed for more than 300 yards against the usually stingy Potter-Dix...