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Articles from the November 25, 2021 edition

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The Observer's Daria Anderson-Faden asked questions. New Kimball City Administrator Annette Brower answered them. This report is the first of two parts this week and next. What is the one thing that... Full story


Council Helps Out Dollar General

The Kimball City Council met with a full agenda on Tuesday, Nov. 16, with a variety of discussion items. Topping the list of items was the approval of needed new sidewalks, gutters, pavement, ADA ramps, and pads at Dollar General. The council had...


Turkey Talk With The Kids

Everyone, including the school kids, seems to be getting into the holiday spirit. Thanks to the Mary Lynch Elementary School kindergarten students for explaining the meaning of Thanksgiving. Alex...



Here's another installment of the Observer's series on community newcomers. This time it's Keri Foster. According to new resident Keri Foster, Kimball is the "most warm, welcoming place." From day one...

 By Jim Orr    News    November 25, 2021

Here Comes 'Christmas in Kimball'

The local Christmas season arrives officially Saturday, Nov. 27, with a lineup of festivities four full weeks before the holiday. Some changes are in store, such as “Christmas in Kimball” events...



More than 40 years of service on the Kimball County Ambulance was recognized last Saturday at the Kimball Health Services early Christmas party. Bob "Sparky" Dunkin, a lifelong Kimball resident,...

 By Jim Orr    Sports    November 25, 2021

It's Time For 2021-22 Winter Sports

The winter sports seasons are just about here for area high school basketball teams and wrestlers. Here are the opening week schedules for the Kimball Longhorns, Banner County Wildcats and Potter-Dix... Full story

 By Jim Orr    Sports    November 25, 2021

Kimball Junior High Wrestlers Showing Promise

Kimball Junior High wrestlers put in some competitive performances back-to-back in tournaments at Hemingford on Nov. 12 and Morrill on Nov. 27. A number of young Longhorns earned first place. Here...

 By Mike Motz    Sports    November 25, 2021

Cody-Kilgore Too Much For Coyotes In D6 Final

The historic season that the Potter-Dix Coyote football team enjoyed came to a disappointing end Friday night in Ron and Carol Cope Stadium at the University of Nebraska-Kearney, as they fell to the...


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