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Articles from the November 10, 2022 edition

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Morrison In; Engstrom Out

The ballots have been counted, the election results are in and the local races – in Kimball County – have been decided.But until Nov. 16 when the county canvassing board meets, all results are...

 

Banner County Election Results

In an unprecedented election in Banner County, write-in candidates determined the outcome of the election. Both incumbent Banner County commissioners lost their bid for re-election to write-in candidates Robin Darnall and Laif Anderson. Anderson had...

 

New Housing Remains Key Issue

The Nov. 1 Kimball City Council meeting opened with a postponement of a public hearing and a postponement of a vote on Ordinance No. 807 – for the proposed annexation of the Warner/Substation Property south of Horseshoe Hill area. The ordinance is...

 

Veterans Day Speaker Brings Vast Army Experience

Retired Col. Tony Baker is this year's keynote speaker for the 21st annual Kimball Jr/Sr. High School Civics Class Veterans Day program. In 2000, Baker completed a deployment to the Bosnia and Kosovo...

 

Another Serrano Hearing Set

William Serrano, charged with shooting his girlfriend Tessa Ghering at their home in Kimball, has been scheduled for a motion hearing next month. Ghering died at the scene. Judge Derek Weimer continued the case Nov. 1 and a lengthier hearing is...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    November 10, 2022

Elections Are Over, And It's Time To Move On

Good morning, this week blew in with strong gusty winds and a time change. Both were unwanted by yours truly. Elections are over (yeah!), but since that was Tuesday, and this is Thursday, nothing for me to report. Hopefully everyone voted and we can...

 

TWO SPORT LONGHORNS

A handful of junior high student/athletes choose to participate in two sports in the same season. Completing one sport is an accomplishment, but two. The students spoke to the Observer during lunch...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    November 10, 2022

Potter-Dix Ends Season 9-1

Potter-Dix's undefeated Coyote Football team hosted the 7-and-2 Pawnee Indians for the the quarterfinals of the D6 NSAA playoffs at Combs Field in Potter Friday, and were dealt a 62-47 loss that...

 

Information Sought For Cat Lost In Kimball

The phone number is 336-880-7893 to report any information regarding Oliver, a pet cat who was lost Sept. 6, 2022, in Kimball. The wrong phone number was listed in an advertisement appearing in the...

 

30 Feral Cats In Kimball Could Be Fixed In One Weekend

The feral cat problem was once again on the Kimball City Council agenda. Tiffany LaBeau, the founder of Kimball's Trap Neuter Release, said the City of Kimball approved her fund request to help 30...

 

21st CENTURY DISPATCH

At 1 p.m. Friday, the Kimball Dispatch Center went from using paper and pencil to recording calls into the 21st Century using a web-based computer program. With Kimball County now into the 21st...

 

Ethel A. Yung

Ethel A. Yung, 95, formerly of Kimball, NE, and Newell, SD, died peacefully at Spearfish Monument Hospital on October 30, 2022, surrounded by her family. She had resided at Rolling Hills Nursing Home...

 

Noia Barry (Cork) Brown

Noia Barry (Cork) Brown, 91, of Kimball, died at Kimball health Services on Friday, November 4, 2022. Memorial services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, November 11, 2022 at the Kimball...

 

Karin R. Shaw

Karin R. Shaw, 71, of Kimball, died at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center on Sunday, November 6, 2022. Cremation has been held and memorial services will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, November 15,...

 

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