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Articles from the September 18, 2014 edition

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Local EMT earns advanced certificate

Several Kimball Ambulance Service EMTs have strived to better the area's emergency care. Several of the EMTs have completed advanced EMT training, which is exactly what EMT Heather Gawith recently acc...

 

Sam Glenn to appear in Kimball

Sam Glenn is a motivational speaker who has spoken at conferences and conventions for major companies and events all over the the nation. The Kimball Junior/Senior High School civics class has...

 

School board looks at energy improvements

Kimball Public Schools have addressed the need for updates to the school buildings’ structures as well as some safety issues at the Sept. 8 board meeting. Kimball Public schools has been working with 360 Energy Engineers in order to address some...

 

Longhorns run over Mitchell for 45-6 victory

A huge win came for the Kimball High School football team this past Friday night as they ran over the hosting Mitchell Tigers 45-6 to run their record to 2-1. Up next for Kimball is Chase County,...

 

Dickerson, Muneio medal at Kimball Cross Country Invitational

Mitchell High School captured the top spots in both the girls and boys divisions of the Kimball High Cross Country Invitational on Friday as the Mitchell boys won the team title with 15 points thanks...

 

Walker, Bush finish in top 10 at Mitchell

It was another strong showing from Kimball High’s two senior golfers as both Jaycie Walker and Kallie Bush finished in the top 10 medal group at the Mitchell Invitational Girls Golf Tournament. The tournament was postponed one day until this past...

 

Kimball takes third at Gordon tournament

The Kimball High Volleyball teams are corning off a very busy week and after a 3-0 start, are now 6-3 on the season. "We just finished a very tough week of competition" said coach Vicki Mitchell. "The...

 

Kimball opens 2014 cross country season at Gering

The Kimball High School cross country team opened the 2014 season with perhaps its toughest competition of the entire season Sept. 5 at the Gering Invite. The Longhorns had to run with many of the large Class B Nebraska Schools along with some of...

 

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