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Friends and Neighbors: The Shermans

A great sense of humor and an obvious admiration for each other keep Jowain and Linda Sherman on the move. Jowain said of their continuous busy lifestyle that they "would rather wear out – than...

Kimball graduate named UNMC student of the month

Despite excelling in her studies, aspiring to be a yogi and being named the UNMC College of Medicine January student of the month, Constance Mietus, a 2005 graduate of Kimball High School maintains that she is actually pretty boring. “I feel...

BPW considers refunds

The Kimball Board of Public Works was asked to review their utility deposit policy during their most recent board meeting, on Monday, Jan. 26. The policy was questioned by longtime resident Harold Farrar, who was told he would have a $100 deposit...

Lady Longhorns split weekend

The Lady Longhorns started the weekend off like they are accustomed to with a win over visiting Sutherland Friday night putting up a final score of 65-48 on the home court score board, but then a rare falter on the road to North Platte St Pats...

Kimball boys have a strong showing

A strong showing by the Kimball High boys this past weekend including a surprising upset win over North Platte St Pats. Despite playing well on the home court Friday evening, they let one slip away in an overtime 67-62 loss to visiting Sutherland,...

Tough week for Kimball JV

A tough week for the Kimball High junior varsity basketball teams. The Kimball girls fell to Sutherland 41-32 and lost at North Platte St Pats 60-21. In the Sutherland game Alexis Lulf had 9 points with a pair of treys, Hannah Biesecker 7 with 1...

Lady Coyotes best Minatare

The Lady Coyotes won their home conference game against the Minatare Lady Indians 52-22 on Saturday, Jan. 30. The Potter-Dix girls began pummeling their opponents early in the first quarter, racking...

Lady Wildcats split weekend away games

The Banner County lady Wildcats split last weekend’s games with a close win over Guernsey-Sunrise on Friday followed by a loss to Morrill on Saturday. Friday’s game got serious very quickly. The Lady Wildcats closed the first quarter with 20...

David John Janicek

David, 85, of Reno, Nev., passed away peacefully at Veteran Hospice facility in Reno Nevada on January 15, 2016. Dave was born in Bellwood, Nebraska to Albert and Helen Janicek on January 18, 1930. In 1950, after graduating high school, he enlisted...

 
 
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