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Articles from the December 19, 2019 edition

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New Officer Brings Kimball Police Force To Full Strength

Tuesday morning Kimball had its newest police officer sworn in at the City Council chambers. Katherine Terrill, the city clerk and deputy treasurer, swore in Joel Mauer. Mauer is finishing up his... Full story


The Super Search Begins

The Kimball School Board opened its special meeting at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16 and adjourned in just 10 minutes. Only two items were on the agenda to be discussed and considered, but one was of great importance. The first item that the six board...


Dear Santa

LETTERS FROM STUDENTS AT AT POTTER EARLY LEARNING CENTER Dear Santa Clause, My name is Jonathan I am 4 years old! I live in the great town of Dix. This year I've been really good and it would be...

 By Barb Cross    News    December 19, 2019

Worth Saying More Than Once: Merry Christmas

Good Morning, Banner County! Here we are and one week from today Christmas will be over and there will be less than one week left in the year 2019. Just cannot believe it. Time is sure flying and I know for a fact I am not having that much fun! This... Full story


Virgil Alan 'Al' Combs

Virgil Alan "Al" Combs, 84, of Potter, passed away on Friday, December 13, 2019 at Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff, NE. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 A.M., Saturday, December... Full story


Shop With A Cop

Sirens were blaring all over town Saturday afternoon, but it wasn't an emergency. It was the annual Shop with a Cop extravaganza. Fifty-four children from kindergarten to the sixth grade were...

 By The Observer    News    December 19, 2019

Christmas And Christmas Eve Services Scheduled

Here is a partial list of Christmas and Christmas Eve church servics that The Observer was able to confirm with area churches. If your church’s service isn’t listed, please check with your church. St. Joseph’s Catholic Church December 24...


Winter Sports Special Section In This Week's Observer

Longhorn senior Beau Hanks drives in for a layup in last week's game against the Morrill Lions. See this week's print edition or digital edition for subscribers to see the Observer's 2019 winter... Full story


One More Week Of Scholastic Sports Before Break

The final weekend of High School sports action is this weekend before the NSAA Moratorium begins on Sunday, December 22, when Nebraska schools are required to hold no practices, or compete in competition until after Christmas. The Kimball High Basket...


Kimball Wrestlers Had A Busy Weekend

The Kimball High Wrestlers had a busy weekend with two tournaments back to back on Friday and Saturday of this past week. On Friday they wrestled at the North Platte St Pats Tournament and on Saturday they were at the Charlie Lake Tournament at...


Lady Longhorns Beat Grant, Lose To Morrill

A split weekend for the Kimball High girls with a win on the road Friday night at Perkins County followed by a home loss Saturday night to Morrill. This leaves the Lady Longhorns with a 2 win-2 loss...


Kimball Boys Edge Perkins County, Lose To Morrill

The Kimball High boys are 2-2 going into this weekend's play after slipping past Perkins County on the road Friday night and losing a hard fought battle with Morrill at home Saturday. Coach Mo Hanks...


Student From China Gets New School, 'Family' In Kimball

Carina Chen, from Shanghai, China, is one of the five foreign exchange students at Kimball High School. Placed through the STS Foundation which has a goal to provide educational exchanges for young...


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