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City Gears Up For Farmers Day

Four-Way Stop Still A Hot Topic

Kimball City Council approved a $ 1,000 Keno request on Tuesday evening, Sept. 5, to help fund the Farmers Day celebration.

Josh Enevoldsen, Farmers Day treasurer, said it usually requires about $10,000 to put on Farmers Day. The request stated that Farmers Day brings people into town, and the community is showcased by the activities.

“We have a food fair, parade, hamburger feed, and other events throughout the day that other local organizations put on,” the request said.

The council meeting continued with a lengthy discussion on past changes for the 2023-24 budget. Some expenses were removed...