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Important Issues At Clean Harbors

Two significant matters, one a proposed development and one a permit renewal, are unfolding five miles south of Kimball at Clean Harbors Environmental Services Inc. Clean Harbors has applied to the the Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy...

 

Clean Harbors Permit Reviewed

The Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy has temporarily withdrawn its intent to renew Clean Harbors Environmental Services' permit regarding hazardous waste storage, treatment and disposal under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act....

 

RACE FOR THE 48TH

The 48th District of the Nebraska Unicameral now includes Kimball, Banner and Scotts Bluff counties due to redistricting. The 48th seat is currently held by John Stinner, but he will term out at the...

 

Clean Harbors Buys Two Lots

Clean Harbors submitted the winning bid of $1,000 to purchase two lots combined (Parcels 530018519 and 530018527) across from the Kimball County Manor at the most recent Kimball City Council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 15. The Clean Harbors proposal...

 

Kimball Getting New Electrical Meters

The Kimball City Council convened at 6 p.m. Jan 18 for its regular meeting. The council voted to change the meeting date to once a month. Meetings will be on the third Tuesday for the next couple of months until there is more on their agenda....

 

Hospital Campaign Announced

Kimball Health Services (KHS) leadership on Thursday, Jan. 13, announced a $2.2 million fundraising campaign to complete funding for a new hospital in Kimball opening in the fall of 2023. Standing on...

 

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...

 

James (Jim) Nelson

James (Jim) Nelson, a long-time resident of Kimball County, died unexpectedly from natural causes in his home on May 30, 2021 at the age of 64. He was born in Sidney, Ne on September 20, 1956, to...

 

Lt. Gov. Foley Visits Kimball

Nebraska Lt. Gov. Mike Foley travelled west for a stop in Kimball on Monday. The stop included a a tour of the town and a visit to Clean Harbors, plus visits to Kimball Health Services and the...

 

RANCH SORTING IN KIMBALL

Cowboys and cowgirls from Texas, Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota, and Nebraska sorted steers in Kimball for the Halligan Agency LLC Ranch Sorting. Kimball was a prelude to ranch sorting at...

 
 By Jim Orr    News    July 7, 2021

Clean Harbors Thinking Big

Clean Harbors is looking into a major expansion at its facility south of Kimball that would involve construction of a second incinerator and could create about 100 jobs. The company released this statement to the Observer on Tuesday from Clean...

 
 By The Observer    Sports    March 18, 2021

2 Horns All-WTC, 7 Earn Honorable Mention

The winter sports season ends with the announcements of all-conference selections for the Western Trails Conference – and Kimball High School had a number of athletes who were named and recognized....

 

Clean Harbors Agrees To Pay $790,000 In Settlement

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Monday issued a release Monday that the United States and the state of Nebraska announced a settlement with Clean Harbors Environmental Services Inc. to address alleged violations of the Resource...

 

Clean Harbors Shares Its Side Of The Story

Clean Harbors Vice President for Compliance and Regulatory Affairs Phillip Retallic spoke to the Western Nebraska Observer on Tuesday about the alleged violations and the settlement reached at the Kimball Clean Harbors Environmental Service...

 

Kimball School Board Election: Meet The Candidates

Kimball School Board appears to be the most sought after position in the local elections as nine candidates are vying for three positions. The Observer presented the candidates with questions and requested a photo. Although many voters will be...

 

In The Dark About The Drones

The mystery of the drones in Colorado, Nebraska and now Kansas continues. The sighting of drones has all the area up in arms. Where are they from, who is flying them and, of course, why? Beginning abo...

 
 By Jim Orr    News    October 31, 2019

More Than 200 Attend Health Fair

More than 200 people took a shot last weekend to avoid the flu or just stay healthy this winter. They attended the Kimball Community Health Fair and Flu Clinic at the Kimball Health Services north...

 

David E. Barrett

David E. Barrett, 73, of Kimball, died at his home in Kimball on Friday, October 25, 2019. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at the Trinity United Methodist Chu...

 
 By The Observer    News    October 24, 2019

Parade, Extra Patrols Ready For Halloween

There will be plenty of treats in the Kimball area this Halloween, along with extra police and sheriff's patrols to promote safety – and minimize tricks. The annual Halloween parade in downtown...

 

Booster Banquet, Awards A Success

The 2018-19 Kimball High School Sports Banquet and Awards Night was held this past week with a very large turnout of both athletes and adult fans along with entire families. Danielle Reader served as...

 
 By Dakota Kuhns    News    March 21, 2019

Makenna Thurin Brings Home Nebraska USA Wrestling Title

Yet another big weekend of youth wrestling wrapped up Sunday afternoon, March 17. The Nebraska USA State Tournament was held in Grand Island with nearly 200 teams in the state competing for titles. Ki...

 

Lee R. Levesque

Lee R. Levesque, 70, recently passed away unexpectedly at his home in Kimball. He had been an employee at Clean Harbors for about 20 years before retirement. Lee enjoyed traveling, cooking, collecting cookbooks, softball, bowling, golf, throwing...

 
 By Dakota Kuhns    News    July 5, 2018

Lincoln Highway BBQ Fest deemed successful in its inaugural year

Throughout the past, the "Ribs n' More" cook off took place in June, donating the proceeds to a local organization. After Jowain Sherman passed the cherished baton to the James L. Eatmon Masonic...

 

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