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

No Vaping, Tobacco For Those Under 21

New City Ordinance Makes It Unlawful

John Heidemann and Jim Shoup were awarded the 2022 Community Environmental Impact Award from the South Platte Natural Resources District. The Kimball City Council approved the placement of the award on the wall of the park shop/bathroom building in Gotte Park at the meeting on Tuesday.

Another placement sign thanking the groups, businesses, and individuals for upgrading the horseshoe pits in Gotte Park was approved and will be mounted.

Ordinances, updates, special elections and public hearings dominated the meeting.

Ordinance No. 813 was passed, making it unlawful for individuals under 21 year...