Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Trick-n-Trunk A Treat For 300 People

In 20 minutes, almost all of the 250 bags of candy were gone.

The Kimball County Manor provided the bags, while Main Street Market provided apples for the tricksters during the 2nd annual Trick-n-Trunk at Kimball Jr/Sr High School.

George Risk Industries, Greg and Penny Stull and Angie Solis also added candy to the bags.

The crowd of kids and adults started with a bag of candy and then continued to visit the other 20 businesses and individuals who set up a trick-or-treat trunk or station.

The cool temperatures and drizzling conditions did not deter the hundreds who attended.

Sarah Stull, an or...