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Articles from the December 22, 2022 edition

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DEAR SANTA

Dear Santa, My name is Maddy. I am 4 years old This year I have been Nice. Some nice things I have done this year: give some toys to my brother and hugged my dad this morning. For Christmas this... Full story

 

Plows Take On 13-Foot Drifts

Highway Road Superintendent Randy Bymer summarized the effects the recent blizzard had on Kimball County roads. He started his report with the phrase, "We're pushing snow," then explained that one plow is down while there is trouble with another one,...

 

'TIS THE SEASON FOR COOK JUDIE MARTIN

Known throughout the Kimball area for her cooking and baking, Judie Martin reflects that she started cooking "out of necessity." In 1974 when they, her husband Bob and herself, bought the A&W in... Full story

 
 By Jim Orr    News    December 22, 2022

NWS: Wind Chills Life-Threatening

And now Round 2. Following last week’s ferocious blizzard has come this week’s deep freeze. Temperatures were forecast on Tuesday to plummet from the mid-30s to minus 21 on Wednesday and on Thursday range from minus 7 to minus 15. Coupled with...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    December 22, 2022

Blizzard Put A Stop To Everything, Everywhere

Good morning! This snow storm that we were hit with this final couple of weeks in 2022 sure put a stop to everything. I mean everything everywhere. We were completely snowed in from Tuesday morning... Full story

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    December 22, 2022

Potter-Dix Tops Kimball Going Into Break

After a week filled with cancellations of games due to the recent snowstorm that blasted through the Panhandle, the Potter-Dix Lady Coyotes and Kimball Lady Longhorns finally got back on the court... Full story

 

Slow Start Hampers Longhorn Boys Vs. Sutherland

The Kimball boys basketball team went into its holiday break with a 65-51 loss to visiting Hershey on Dec. 16. The Horns played Hershey close most of the way – after a first quarter in which they were outscored 20-11. Leading Kimball in scoring...

 

KIMBALL WWII PLANE MYSTERY SOLVED, SORT OF

When an airplane skeleton was recently unearthed at the old Castronics facility on the east side of Kimball, many individuals speculated on how it came to be buried there. The plane, considered a... Full story

 

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