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City plans for Longhorn building

The City of Kimball recently accepted ownership of the building that once housed the Longhorn Restaurant. Once taxes are paid on the building, which has been deemed unsafe, it will be removed from the tax roles as the City works on grants to begin...

 

Old businesses and new businesses, council hears from both

The old Arabian Motel got a new lease on life as an extended stay complex named Red Door Rentals, complete with an in-house coffee house, The Daily Grind. At the Oct. 16 Kimball City Council meeting the building’s owner, Terri Dyer, sought, and...

 

Walking trail officially opens this weekend

Welcome to the Kimball Community Trail. The Kimball Area Foundation Fund committee invites everyone to join them at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 27, at the east entrance of the trail for a grand opening...

 
 By Dakota Kuhns    News    October 25, 2018

Don't let scams ruin your holidays

Kimball Police Department along with banks in the community urge residents to beware of new and old multi-billion dollar scams as well as counterfeit bills that may have made their way back into town. KPD Chief Andy Bremer urges residents to be...

 

Peggy Nelson

Peggy Nelson, age 91, of Gering, NE and former longtime resident of Potter, NE passed away on October 14, 2018. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 A.M., Saturday, October 27th in the Prairie West...

 

Janiece J. Wertz

Janiece J. Wertz, 83, of Kimball, died at her home in Kimball on Friday, October 12, 2018. Memorial services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, October 19, 2018 at the Kimball Fellowship Baptist...

 

James Edward Titsworth

James "Jim" Edward Titsworth Jr., 74, passed away on Oct. 1, 2018, at his home in Lincoln. Funeral services will be Friday at Colonial Chapel Funeral Home, 5200 R St., Lincoln, NE, 68504, starting at...

 

Irma E. Keller

Irma E. Keller, 84, Kimball, formerly of Beulah ND, died at Kimball Health Services on Friday, October 19, 2018. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, October 26, 2018 at the First En...

 

Malson acheives both freshman goals

Kimball freshman Chantel Malson just likes to run. "I used to run on the track when I was younger and I really liked it," she said. She recently completed her first year of high school cross country...

 

Kimball runners return from state with pleased coaches

Coaches Tiffany Johnson and Laurie Janicek said they had an overall great year with the Longhorn Cross Country team. "We are super proud of how our runners performed all season long. Our runners conti...

 
 By Amy Rozelle    Sports    October 25, 2018

Two wins come at WTCTournament for Lady Horns

Volleyball season is getting down to the nitty gritty. The Lady Longhorns just got done with both of their conference tournaments coming out with three wins and three losses, along with a non tournament game losing to Perkins County. In the SPVA...

 

A rebound year for Kimball Girl's Golf

It was a new year with a new look for Kimball High Girl’s Golf. Luke Maas took over the program and the former Potter-Dix golfer came in with enthusiasm and recruited a total of 7 girls to the program, and the program took an upswing. Of the 7...

 

Longhorns end season with a win at Bayard

The Kimball High football season ended on a winning note with the Longhorns winning at Bayard 44-42! With the victory at Bayard, the Horns finished with 4 wins and 4 losses in their first season...

 

Jock Talk

All of the local High School sports for the Fall season are over with exception of volleyball and the Kimball High Lady Longhorns will move into sub-district tournament play on Monday at Scottsbluff, but at the time of this writing, the pairings had...

 

Decisions voters will make on November 6

U.S. Senate seat District 3 House of Representative seat Every vote in Kimball County will decide Kimball County seats, including: Kimball County Commissioners – three running, vote for two. Clerk of the District Court – two running, vote for...

 

Kimball Board of Education Candidates

Renee Castagna Hi, my name is Renee Castagna and I was born and raised in Kimball, NE. I have two young daughters, McKenzie is 5 and in Kindergarten and my youngest daughter Layla is almost 3 years old. I work at FirsTier Bank as a Credit Analyst/Loa...

 

Decisions voters will make on November 6

Brandon Mossberg - Kimball County Commissioner “I have lived in Kimball the better part of my life and feel the community here is a great place to grow up and raise a family. I grew up in Kimball with family and friends and had the opportunity to r...

 

Decisions voters will make November 6

Kimball Mayoral Candidates Keith Prunty 1. You just received a $100,000 donation and you get to decide where it is spent. How would you spend the money? I would put the money into our parks. We are trying to update our parks and we don’t have the...

 

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