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Articles from the December 31, 2020 edition

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COVID's Effects Hit Local Business

The effects of COVID-19 have obviously been felt throughout the world, but small local business owners have certainly taken the brunt of the effects of the pandemic. As COVID-19 cases continue to... Full story


Happy New Year!

The Monday and Tuesday snow proved perfect to try out a new Christmas sled. After getting a push from their mom, Tiffany Johnson, Chance and Trajan get some speed to head down the hill at 5th and... Full story


Goodbye, 2020

2020 will be remembered like other benchmark years in history – 1918, 1941, 1968, 1972 – but usually those years are remembered for just one or two events. 2020 will be remembered for COVID-19 which occurred throughout most of the year. Terms...


Kimball Fix-Up List Had 71 Properties

Mayor Keith Prunty’s report during a recent Kimball City Council meeting included a list of “City of Kimball Abatements” for properties that had fallen into poor condition. From June to December 2020, owners of 71 different properties in...

 By Jim Orr    News    December 31, 2020


Kimball County Commissioner Daria Anderson-Faden, right, receives thanks and gifts during her last meeting Dec. 15 from commissioners Rich Flores, next to Faden, and Larry Engstrom. Anderson-Faden,...

 By Barb Cross    News    December 31, 2020

Tomorrow The First Blank Page Of 365-Page Book-Banner County

Good morning and Happy New Year! We have a few events here to mention so I will get right to them. The winters market will take place Saturday, January 2nd at the Monument Mall in Scottsbluff from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. And on the 4th, your used medical...



Reading oaths of office during their swearing in ceremony Dec. 15 are Kimball City Council members Kim Baliman, top, and Gabe Ingram. The incumbent Baliman and newcomer Ingram were elected to serve...


Recycling: Profound New Year's Resolution

As we close the book on 2020 and look forward to the New Year with a commitment to be better, lose weight, exercise more, read more books or just enjoy life, a simple yet profound resolution can be...


Horns, Coyotes, Cats Looking To Restart

Varsity and junior varsity sports return over the next two weeks for the student-athletes at Kimball, Potter-Dix and Banner County high schools. As of Dec. 29, games were scheduled to resume following... Full story


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