By Daria Anderson-Faden
The Observer 

Missile Project Looks To Be Delayed

Hardin Discloses Information At His Town Hall Meeting In Kimball


May 4, 2023

Daria Anderson-Faden

State Sen. Brian Hardin, Unicameral 48th District, shows his sidearm at his Town Hall Meeting on Saturday in the Kimball County Transit Service building. LB 77, which provides for the carrying of concealed weapons without a permit, was recently passed in the Legislature, signed into law by Gov. Pillan. and will become effective in August. Hardin said he has a concealed carry permit. "I carry," he said.

About 25 people attended state Sen. Brian Hardin's Town Hall meeting Saturday in Kimball. Hardin represents Kimball, Banner, and Scottts Bluff counties in Unicameral District 48.

Hardin discussed some recent issues in the Nebraska Legislature, including information about the Sentinel missile project. For the Kimball area, it is big news.

"The project has been pushed back," he said.

"Frankly, if it was not pushed back because the rockets aren't working," he said. "We really would have needed to order those pipes in the ground about a year ago. To have them, in order to install them so that...

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