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Cards Of Thanks

Thank you all for giving me so much support while I was so ill at RWMC. Thank you first of all for all the prayers. So many of you made phone calls, sent beautiful cards and notes and I received so many pretty flowers. Some of you were there several...

 

Potter-Dix Announces Honor Roll

First Semester A Honor Roll A honor roll students have a 94 or above in each class. 12th Grade Luke Johnson Connor Wolff 11th Grade Katelyn Woten 8th Grade Emmalea Bush Brooke Glass 7th Grade J.T. Herboldsheimer Audrey Juelfs Dylan Nielsen Kaden...

 

Years Ago

January 2012 Kelly Meehan-Ash, 24, is being tried as an assessory to murder in connection with the murder trial of Vencill Ash III. When the trial for Ash III was pushed back in date, the Meehan-Ash case was likewise rescheduled. Meehan-Ash made a re...

 

Banner County News, Notes & Nonsense

Greetings to all in Banner County, friends near and far. My wish for us all is a little more moisture, not quite such freezing temperatures. The snow with blowing winds caused an earlier school closure last Friday in at least two schools, including...

 

Bushnell Bits

The Firemen’s Meeting is Thursday, January 17. The village board meeting will be held on Thursday, January 17 instead of January 10. Family Night is Saturday, January 19. Join your neighbors in the community center for a potluck supper. The...

 

The Schoolchildren's Blizzard Of 1888

This past week has been one of unseasonably mild weather. With temperatures having been in the above average range of upper thirties and lower forties, our light jacket days came to an abrupt halt this past Friday when a well-predicted cold front...

 

Cards Of Thanks

The family of Laura Nelson wishes to express their deep appreciation to the community for the outpouring of support given through cards of sympathy, in heartfelt letters and with the generous contributions to Mom’s memorial.   These donations...

 

Kimball Graduate Authors "Healing" Book

Former Kimballite, Rochael Soper recently published “Out of Hell and Into Healing”, a book written from personal experience of the struggles that often accompany growing up with an alcoholic...

 

Snyder Earns Student Of The Month

Congratulations to Kimball High School’s December Student of the Month, Colton Snyder. Snyder is very active in school as well as in his community. FFA has been an important part of his high school...

 

Kimball Junior-Senior High Names Honor Roll Students

Principal’s Honor Roll 1st Semester 2012-2013 Minimum GPA: 4.0 Maximum GPA: 4.0 7th Grade Patricia Casimiro Paycen Harroun Justine Heeg Ryan Soper Nicholas Thomas-Lewis 8th Grade Audrey Day Taylor Walker-Muldoon 9th Grade Danika Daum Ali Hunsaker...

 

Years Ago

January 2012 Kimball’s Junior High boys basketball squad swept Burns on Monday night in their season openers. The 7th graders cruised 31-16, behind Jordan Greenwood’s 16 point night, with quite a bit of help from Jaden Withrow. “I saw some good...

 

Banner County News, Notes & Nonsense

Several ladies joined in celebrating the arrival of our newest community member, Miss Sierra Sue Johnson with a baby shower held Sunday, December 30, at the Harrisburg Community Church. Mom Stacy allowed us to take turns holding this beautiful...

 

Across The Fence

It was in the late spring month of June, the year 1847, in Summerville, Mississippi that an African slave woman known only as ‘King’ gave birth to a son. She named him Bose. Who his father was is unknown but some suspected that King’s master,... Full story

 

Bushnell Bits

The Firebelles meet Thursday, January 10. The Granny Craft Club meets Monday, January 14. The Firemen’s Meeting is Thursday, January 17. The village board meeting will be held on Thursday, January 17 instead of January 10. The Bushnell Lions Club...

 

Local Students Earn Academic Honors

Students from the region are among the 239 names on Chadron State College’s fall 2012 president’s list. In order to qualify for the list, students must earn all A’s and be enrolled in at least 12 hours of coursework. Qualifying for the...

 

Veterans History Project: Daniel Kinnison

By March 1944, World War II was being fought on many fronts, costing thousands of lives and even more injuries. There was progress being made in Europe as well as in the islands in the Pacific. Less than six months before, Roosevelt, Churchill, and...

 

Years Ago

January 2012 Contrary to conventional wisdom, irrigated corn in Nebraska is highly efficient in the use of energy, water and fertilizer, say University of Nebraska-Lincoln scientists whose research found that increased yields more than offset the...

 

Banner County News, Notes & Nonsense

Hello out there in Banner County and to our friends and neighbors. We still have snow on the ground and is it ever a welcome sight--although we could do without these freezing temperatures! News is going in early this week and so I have very little...

 

Bushnell Bits

Seems to have been an uneventful Christmas in Bushnell…Here’s wishing you all a wonderful 2013! The community center board meets Monday, January 7. The United Methodist Women meet Wednesday, January 9. The Firebelles meet Thursday, January 10....

 

Across The Fence

The military activity in Dakota Territory during the final days of December 1890 included the 7th U.S. Cavalry and the 8th U.S Cavalry. Their intended purpose was to track down the bands of Sioux who had left their respective reservations. Indians... Full story

 

Cards Of Thanks

I would like to express my gratitude for the custodial staff at the Kimball Jr. Sr. High I am an avid walker and have spend many an hour at the building walking during inclement weather.  The custodians are always there, always busy and always...

 

Years Ago

January 2012 When an electrical component fails to do what it is supposed to do, trouble inevitably follows. Kimball’s city administrator Harold Farrar and Bob Selzer of the Nebraska Municipal Power Pool (NMPP) know this fact well--as does anyone... Full story

 

Banner County News, Notes & Nonsense

As I sit down to write this last newsletter of 2012, I cannot help but remember when we on the brink of the new century, back in 1999. Some folks were pretty sure that the world was coming to an end. And most recently of course all of the hoopla...

 

Bushnell Bits

The swearing-in ceremony for the new Kimball and Banner County elected officials will be held Thursday, January 3 at 8 a.m. in the District Court courtroom. This is open to the public, so feel free to come and support your representatives. The...

 

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