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Articles from the December 24, 2020 edition

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And Now The Vaccine

The vaccine has arrived and, according to Kim Engel, director of Panhandle Public Health District, Phase 1a should move along “pretty quickly.” Engel told the Observer on Tuesday afternoon that they were just receiving the vaccine at that moment.... Full story

 

THE NEXT GENERATION

Third- and fouth- grade Kimball boys split a couple of games during recent action in the Sidney Community Center League. The boys, who have been competing well, beat Sidney Black, 16-4, and lost to...

 

Shields And Terrill Out, Ingram In, Baliman Back

The Kimball City Council year end meeting saw the departure of long-time council member James Shields and the installation of previous Councilwoman Kim Baliman and newly elected Councilman Gabe...

 

Merry Christmas!!

Santa arrived early in Bushnell, last Saturday, to hand out gift bags of food to some special individuals. This event is sponsored by the Bushnell Fire Department, the Bushnell Firebells and the...

 

DEAR SANTA

Thanks for these letters are extended from the Observer to Mary Lynch school kindergarteners, first-graders and teachers Denelle Klosterman, Cassady Malm, Kelli Patterson and Rachel Lashmett. Dear Santa, I have been very good this year. For Christmas...

 

Holiday Hours For City Of Kimball

The City of Kimball offices and the Kimball Landfill will close early in observance of the Christmas Holiday on Thursday, December 24 at noon and will be closed on Friday, December 25. The Kimball Landfill will also be closed on Saturday, December...

 

SETTLING IN

Almost a year ago, a 15 year-old Mattie Debord from Virginia came to western Nebraska to pick up a weanling from Jo and Roger Timmerman. Timmermans had donated the young filly to the American Quarter...

 

Now Showing: Williams Light Show

Jerry and Sharon Williams’ residence at 709 Marian is a popular place around the Christmas season. Jerry said, “We try to do different things every year, I have already thought about what I want...

 
 By Barb Cross    News    December 24, 2020

Bummer Of A Year Ends in Banner County

Here is a very little News, a few Notes, and a little Nonsense! Most of all I want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and many wishes for a great New Year! This has sure been one bummer of a year. Still we have a lot to be thankful for. Just...

 

96 Bales Of Hay, Straw Lost In Fire

Shortly before 3:30 p.m. on a windy Sunday afternoon, the Kimball Volunteer Fire Department and Bushnell Fire Department were called out to Byron and Amber Wilke's place about 10 miles west of Kimball...

 

KIMBALL'S FIRST VACCINATION

Chellie Autrey of Kimball, left, director of Radiology and Pharmacy at Kimball Health Services receives the Moderna vaccine Tuesday from clinic director Jess Webb. Autrey was the first of about 20... Full story

 

Joyce D. Evans

Joyce D. Evans, age 70, of Sun City, Arizona, passed away on Saturday, December 12, 2020 in Sun City, Arizona. She was born on December 9, 1950 to the late Fred and Anna (Hamilton) Cox in Bridgeport,... Full story

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    December 24, 2020

Potter-Dix Girls Drop Area's Only Varsity Game Of The Week

Potter-Dix’s Lady Coyotes basketball team dropped a contest to the visiting Leyton Lady Warriors last Friday in a rescheduled and shortened evening of hoops since the boys game was cancelled due to COVID concerns. With Kimball sports also on hold u...

 

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