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Articles from the October 13, 2022 edition

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GETTING THEIR SAY

State, county and city candidates were represented at the 2022 Political Forum on Saturday at Kimball High School.. The evening began with Alliance's Larry Bolinger as the first speaker at the forum s... Full story

 

e-Sports Students Ready To Play Ball

In a well-organized and business-like presentation, a group of juniors and seniors presented the possibility of having a school-sponsored extra-curricular activity known as an e-Sports team. E-Sports...

 

Milestone For $180 Million Clean Harbors Expansion

Clean Harbors' senior vice president of facility engineering, Paul Whiting, addressed the vendor partners, Clean Harbors employees, city and county officials, and citizens monitoring committee members...

 

Veterans Wall 'Coming Together'

After numerous challenges, including COVID, Brian Howard from the Kimball VFW is excited to get the bricks on the Veterans Memorial Wall in Gotte Park. By the end of this week, the 169 bricks... Full story

 
 By Barb Cross    News    October 13, 2022

Second Meet & Greet For Banner County Challengers On Oct. 16

Discussion at the Alliance Public Library with best selling author Tosca Lee will be on Thursday, October 13th at 6:30 p.m. Books placed in Nebraska about a pandemic are described as “ frighteningly and chillingly believable.” The books are...

 

School Nurse Marie Parker Speaks At Convention

Marie Parker, a Banner County School Nurse and Panhandle Public Health District board member, attended the National Association of Local Boards of Health (NALBOH) Convention in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in August. Parker’s presentation was selected...

 

Robert 'Bob' Moul

Robert "Bob" Moul, 73, of Kimball, died at his home in Kimball on Saturday, October 8, 2022. Cremation has been held and memorial services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 15, 2022 at... Full story

 
 By Susan Braden    News    October 13, 2022

'Tea at Three' A Hit At New Hope

Saturday found the youngsters, young and old, at New Hope Assembly of God Church, hosting what they hope will be an annual event. "Tea at Three" was filled with many giggles and a whole array of...

 

2 Colorado Cyclists, 1 Nebraskan Win Stampede

The 2nd Annual Antelope Stampede Gravel Bike Adventure/Race took place on September 17 in Kimball, starting and finishing in Gotte Park.  Courses of 100, 50 and 25 miles were offered and... Full story

 

Kimball Volleyball Nears End Of Season

Homecoming Week for the Longhorns began with volleyball at Haxtun on Tuesday, followed by District cross country at Bridgeport on Thursday and football on Friday at home against Bayard at 6 p.m. On Saturday is the SPVA volleyball tournament in...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 13, 2022

Lady Coyotes Continue Winning

Potter-Dix’s Lady Coyote Volleyball team continued its outstanding season with two more wins, raising their season record to 19-3 as they ready for District Tournament play later in the month. The Lady Coyotes traveled on Tuesday, October 4, to...

 

LONGHORNS RETURN HOME

The Longhorns return home 6 p.m. this Friday to close out the season against Bayard in a matchup of D1 District 11 squads. Kimball, 1-6 overall, is in fourth place in the division at 1-2 in the after...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 13, 2022

Potter-Dix's Football Storm Blows Into Creek Valley

Potter-Dix's Coyote football team continued their undefeated season on Friday night, traveling to Chappell and shutting out the struggling Creek Valley Storm team in a lopsided 79-to-0 contest. The...

 

GRAND MARSHALL ROSE MARIE ANDERSON

Farmers Day Parade Grand Marshal Rose Marie Anderson waves to the crowd lining East 2nd Street during this year's parade. Stuart Tritt drove Her Royal Highnesss while granddaughter Becca Norris and... Full story

 

Council OKs Water And Sewer Study

On October 4, the Kimball City Council returned to the two-meeting-per-month format. In the first action of the evening, the Board of Public Works recommended approval of the Water and Sewer Study. According to city administrator Annette Brower,...

 

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