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Successful 89th annual Farmers Day is in the books


Tonia Copeland

From left, Byron Rowley, Janell Fiehtner, background, Monica Wasielewski and Lacey Klinkhammer play in the Kimball High School marching band during the Farmers Day parade held Saturday morning in downtown Kimball. The three-day event included plenty of food and fun for everyone.

Another successful Farmers Day is in the books with a standout parade, Fun Run, demolition derby, and Kimball Kamakazee Fly-in to name just a few activities held during the packed weekend.

There was free food for all, with the pancake breakfast at the Eagles and the annual free hamburger feed at lunch time.

The Fun Run was a huge success, with 130 registered and 117 participating, and everyone finished in good health, according to organizer Tiffany Johnson. She added that some may have been a bit sore on Sunday.

The parade featured both the Kimball high school and junior high school marchin...

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