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Articles from the March 20, 2014 edition

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 By Daniel Thompson    News    March 20, 2014

Bruning brings campaign to Kimball

Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning, has thrown his hat in the ring in a late bid in the Republican race to become the next governor of the state of Nebraska. Bruning, who has served as the attorney...


Colonel Tom Brewer gunning for congressional seat

Colonel Tom Brewer served thirty-six years in the military. During that time, he served in Desert Storm, was shot six times during an ambush, worked with CENTCOM to stop the trafficking of drugs...


Primary election to have limited ballot

At the primary election on May 13, voters can expect to see a rather limited ballot. They will be able to vote concerning United States officials and state officials. However, they will not see any county, city, village, or board officials on the...

 By Tom Southard    Sports    March 20, 2014

Longhorns fall to Freeman at state tourney

Kimball's season came to an end with a first round loss in the Nebraska State C-2 boy s' basketball tournament losing 49-46 to Freeman in a hard fought contest. It was a game that saw Kimball get out...

 By Tom Southard    Sports    March 20, 2014

WTC all conference basketball selections made

Coaches of the Western Trails Conference have announced their selections for the all conference basketball teams and Kimball senior Mike Daum was named the boys' Most Valuable Player of the year....

 By Tom Southard    Sports    March 20, 2014

Kimball wrestling program makes progress

The future of the Kimball High Wrestling program is looking brighter and coach Wade Brashear is optimistic about the direction the program is going. I asked him to comment on the past season and where the program is headed. “As the season comes to...


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