Kimball Post Prom Party

While the last several months of COVID have been challenging in many ways, one of the most impactful actions is how we can show up as a community to support one another. The Kimball Post Prom Committee is hoping to secure generous donations from local business owners and members of the community to be able…

Kimball Schools scale back because of COVID-19

By Jean Doran Matua, Editor In an announcement to school families and staff on Monday afternoon, Nov. 9, Kimball Schools Superintendent made the difficult announcement that Kimball Schools will shift to a new model, effective this week. School was canceled for Tuesday, Nov. 10, for high school students to give teachers and staff more time…

Kimball Elementary Student Government 2020-21

In September, K.E.S. Student Government elections were held. The following students were elected by their peers to be the classroom representatives for the 2020-21 school year. • The representatives from fifth grade are: Addy Charbonneau, Mason Lesnau, Clara Heurung, Aurora Voigt, Erin Helgeson, Bella Zupan, and Isaac Kuseske. • The new representatives from fourth grade…

Kimball FFA news
By William Serbus, reporter. FFA officers voted on a new FFA member of the month for October. We chose Daisie Pramann. Daisie is an eighth-grader and active member of FFA. Daisie got involved in FFA because she wanted to learn more about small animals. She participates in the Small Animal and Dairy Evaluation CDEs. Congratulations…
Kimball jr. high footballers win

By Pat Garry, Staff Writer The Cubs junior high football team came up big in their 24-6 win Monday, Nov. 3, against Lester Prairie. Kimball’s defense rose to the affair and stopped Lester Prairie on a number of short fields. They were led by excellent linebacker and defensive end play throughout the game. Offensively, the…

Civics class and the Election process
Mr.Stangle’s 9th-grade Civics class came to City Hall to learn about the election process and what all goes into getting set up for elections. Those presenting were Mayor Tammy Konz (at far left), City Clerk Nicole Pilarski, and Deputy Clerk Trista Kramer. Submitted photo.
Congratulations, King Zack and Queen Naomi

Zack Holtz and Naomi Bollman were crowned 2020 KAHS Homecoming King and Queen in a ceremony Sunday afternoon, Nov. 1, at the high school. See more on page 6. Staff photo by Amanda Garding.

COVID-19 halts school buses in Kimball

UPDATE: Mrs. Hendricks died at St. Cloud Hospital Sunday morning, Nov. 8, 2020. By Jean Doran Matua, Editor Because of a single case of COVID-19 in someone with occasional contact at the Hendricks Bus Service garage, and out of an abundance of caution, all drivers for the company have been put on quarantine until Nov.…

October minutes summary from Kimball School Board

The Kimball School Board held their regular meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. Representatives from ICS updated the board on their schedule for the upcoming indoor air quality projects for the elementary and high schools. Bids will be accepted on Feb. 2, with construction starting in June of 2021. The consent agenda was…

News of our students

South Dakota State University 2020 spring dean’s list Students with an asterisk received a perfect 4.0 GPA. School codes SAFES – College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences SEHS – College of Education and Human Sciences SNS – College of Natural Sciences SPAHP – College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions • Eden Valley, Shelby…

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