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Articles from the October 24, 2013 edition

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Kimball Schools refocusing efforts in face of SINA identification

Poor test scores in the lower levels of the Kimball Public School system have resulted in warnings from the Department of Education, stating that the local education system is not meeting the federal... Full story


Marketing Hometown America holds kickoff event in Kimball

Marketing Hometown America held its kickoff event at the Kimball Event Center Thursday, October 10. A modest crowd of local residents sat in the Meadowlark Room in the Event Center as Connie Hancock, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension...


Recycling Center to receive makeover in coming months

The City Council approved the use of Keno funds to us towards the beautification of the Kimball Recycling Center at their October 17 meeting. The city awarded $15,000 dollars in Keno funds to the proj... Full story


Dinina Lynn Uglow

Dinina Lynn Uglow passed away October 12 in Lake Havasu City, AZ at her home after a Gallant battle with cancer. She was born August 31, 1958 in Winfield, Kansas to Byron Dean Birkle and Jovena Marie... Full story


Kenneth L. Barnes

Kenneth L. Barnes, 65 of Ohiowa, NE., passed away on October 14, 2013 at Tabitha Health Care Services in Lincoln, Ne. surrounded by family and friends. Funeral Services will be 10:00am Saturday... Full story


Gerald Dean Morgart

Gerald Dean Morgart, 64, of Hutchinson, passed away on October 20, 2013 at Hutchinson Care Center. He was born February 27, 1949 in Lyons, the son of Gerald and Bertha Cannon Morgart. He was a graduate of Kimball High School, Kimball NE. He had... Full story


Trio of local runners qualify for state meet

Senior Laura Flores and junior Ryan Muneio will represent Kimball High at this Friday’s State Cross Country Meet being held at the Kearney Country Club Golf Course. The Longhorns failed to qualify e... Full story


Longhorns fall to Bridgeport 24-8

Kimball gave up two early touchdowns at Bridgeport Friday night, trailed 18-0 at half time, and ended up losing 24-8 in a C-2 District contest. The win assured the hosting Bulldogs a spot in the state playoffs while Kimball is looking for one more...


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