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 By Tom Southard    Sports    January 17, 2019 

Local Track Athletes Honored On All-Region Teams

More off-season, All Region awards, offered up this past week by the Star-Herald as they announced their 2018 All-Region Track and Field Teams. In the girls division, Kimball had Hannah Biesecker in the long jump and Samantha Bemis in the triple...

 
 By Dakota Kuhns    Sports    January 17, 2019 

Potter-Dix Boys Lose To Leyton, Improve Vs. Hay Springs

The Potter-Dix Coyotes continue to struggle on offense, but Coach Ryan Mumm is starting to see some improvements as the season continues. Potter-Dix played the Leyton Warriors last Friday, Jan. 11, and came up short in the away game, 58-15. Anthony T...

 

Jock Talk

With the Christmas break behind us, the winter sports action returns and Kimball High is going to be very busy. They got things going this past week and it is even busier this week. This past Tuesday Kimball hosted Potter-Dix for basketball although...

 

Kimball Boys Fall To Sidney, Chase County

The Kimball high boys suffered two more losses as they returned to the hardwoods following the Christmas break. In a Thursday night home game they lost to Class B Sidney and then lost on Saturday...

 

Lady Longhorns Now 4-4 After Two-Loss Weekend

SIDNEY 68, KIMBALL 28 The Kimball High Lady Longhorns saw their season record even out at 4 wins and 4 losses after losing twice over the past weekend. The Lady Horns had a tough schedule to say the least this past weekend. On Thursday night they...

 

Potter-Dix Basketball Scores

Potter-Dix started off the new year off with tough losses for the boys and girls basketball teams. The Coyotes lost to Bayard last Friday, Jan 4, 70-20, and then faced South Platte at home Saturday in another loss, 61-22. The Lady Coyotes also faced...

 
 By Jim Orr    News    January 3, 2019

AT SHOPKO, IT HURTS

Local shoppers continue filling their vehicles with items bought at Kimball's Shopko Hometown store, but they soon could be filling up with something else – more gasoline at the fuel pump -- if the... Full story

 
 By Tom Southard    Sports    January 3, 2019

JOCK TALK with TOM SOUTHARD

The holiday break is over and the second half of the season for winter sports gets underway this week. In fact, there is basketball on tap this evening (Thursday, Jan. 3) at the Kimball High gym as the Longhorns host Class B Sidney with the JV games...

 
 By Jim Orr    News    December 27, 2018

Kimball Trying To Save Its Shopko

Kimball isn't giving up its Shopko Hometown store quietly, but saving it appears to be a long shot. An online petition urging Shopko Stores Operating Co. to keep open the store gained about 1,000...

 

Potter-Dix Boys

Potter-Dix Coyotes are looking for some shots to start falling in the near future. The Coyotes played in Iliff last Friday, Dec. 14 looking for their first win, yet were stopped short in a effort against the Caliche Buffaloes. Potter Dix fell 35-75,...

 

Potter-Dix Boys & Girls fall two nights

Potter-Dix Coyotes fall to Creek Valley and Paxton. The Coyotes faced the Storm last Friday Dec. 7, and fell 41-63. The following day Potter-Dix fell to Paxton 74-7, being out scored in the first period 27-3, 33-0 in the second quarter. Heading into...

 

Potter-Dix falls to Creek Valley and Paxton

Potter-Dix ladies fall to 0-4 on the season with the first two losses coming opening weekend against Dundy County and Morrill. Lady Coyotes lost to Dundy Co. 62-8 and Morrill 59-15. Potter-Dix looked to get a win over the Creek Valley Storm last...

 

Lady Horns finish Runner up at home

The Kimball High girl's opened the basketball season with a 44-20 win over Morrill in the Kimball Tournament held this past weekend, but suffered a 69-42 loss to Dundy County-Stratton in the...

 

Kimball Boys third at Kimball Tournament

A disappointing opening weekend for the Kimball High boy's as they opened the 2018-19 basketball season hosting their own 4 school tournament.With several members of their varsity team sitting in the...

 

Jock Talk

Kimball High got the winter sports season underway this past week with their wrestling team going to Bayard for dual action on Thursday and to Akron, Colorado on Saturday for a tournament. Here at home, the basketball teams played host to a four...

 

Jock Talk

The week all area sports fans have been waiting for has arrived. It’s the tip off of the High School Winter Sports Season! The Kimball High wrestlers open it up today (Thursday) in a dual at Bayard with mat time at 6 p.m. The girls and boys...

 

Rock the Democracy

With a number of contested races, Kimball County and City of Kimball voters turned out last Tuesday to decide who will be on the local boards. The number of registered voters in Kimball County...

 
 By Dakota Kuhns    News    November 1, 2018

Potter-Dix Superintendent resigns following kangaroo meat uproar

A special Board of Education meeting was called to order last Wednesday Oct. 24 at the Potter-Dix Junior/Senior High School in Potter. After the uproar these past few weeks with the former Head Cook K...

 

Lady Coyotes 9-19 season ends with three tough losses

Potter-Dix Lady Coyotes add three more losses to their record, since last Tuesday night. Facing off with Hyannis at home the Lady Coyotes fell in three sets. CC George led the kills category with 10 followed by Kelsey Hoffman with four Erica Bogert...

 

A rebound year for Kimball Girl's Golf

It was a new year with a new look for Kimball High Girl’s Golf. Luke Maas took over the program and the former Potter-Dix golfer came in with enthusiasm and recruited a total of 7 girls to the program, and the program took an upswing. Of the 7...

 

Decisions voters will make on November 6

Brandon Mossberg - Kimball County Commissioner “I have lived in Kimball the better part of my life and feel the community here is a great place to grow up and raise a family. I grew up in Kimball with family and friends and had the opportunity to r...

 

Lady Coyotes take Minatare 3-0

The Potter-Dix Lady Coyotes have had a couple of rough weeks since the end of September and their trials had them hoping to pick up some wins and a little bit of momentum. They seemed headed in the right direction with their Oct. 12 win, 3-0,...

 

Potter-Dix falls to Minatare

Potter-Dix faced off with the Minatare Indians in a conference match-up at home last Friday, Oct. 12. The Indians were able to hold the Coyotes scoreless until the fourth quarter of the game, while the Indians continued building their own points. The...

 

Kimball High School received national recognition, bronze award

Kimball High School was recently recognized as a top school in the nation by US News and World Reports, which collected data from, and rated more than, 20,500 public schools throughout the nation....

 
 By Amy Rozelle    Sports    October 11, 2018

Kimball Lady Longhorns on a roll this past week!

The Lady Longhorns went to Bayard on Oct. 2 to face Potter-Dix and Bayard in a triangle. The girls swept the triangular beating Potter-Dix 25-15 and 25-21 in a close match, and 25-19, 16-25, 25-22 in...

 

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