Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Local royalty represent Kimball and Banner Counties regionally


August 9, 2018

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Kimball County Rodeo royalty stopped for a selfie during their busy schedule. Nicole Delaplane, left, and Mckynna Deeds, right, have represented Kimball and Banner Counties throughout the year at events in the panhandle of Nebraska and in nearby Wyoming. They are joined this year by 2018 Old West Trail Rodeo Junior Princess, Karsyn Chesley, 8, of Banner County.

Your 2018 Kimball PRCA Rodeo has been represented well this past year, from Kimball's 2017 Farmers' Day parade to Cheyenne Frontier Days and many stops in-between.

Nicole Delaplane of Kimball and Mckynna Deeds of Dix are your 2018 Kimball PRCA Rodeo Royalty. Kicking off this year's long road ahead, the young ladies started with a bang in the 2017 Farmers' Day parade, giving horse back rides at Gotte Park and followed up the rainy evening with the Demo Derby.

Once snow fell and the air turned crisp, the ladies represented the Kimball PRCA in hometown favorite, the Parade of Lights.


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