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Don’t stop running your tap

Just because it’s warmed up and the sun is out, don’t stop running a tap in your home if you’re at risk for freezing water and/or sewer lines. The frost this year is quite deep, up to 10 feet in…

Junior Auxiliary Conference

The 6th District American Legion Junior Auxiliary held its conference Saturday, March 23, at the Melrose legion post home. Honorary President Elizabeth Spoden, Unit 261 Kimball, called the meeting to order. Business was conducted, bingo was played and awards were…

Watkins police blotter (by Meeker County Sheriff’s Office)

There were 38 calls for service during February 2019 in the city of Watkins which is patrolled by the Meeker County Sheriff’s Office. These calls included 6 traffic stop warnings (and no citations), 4 animal complaints, 4 welfare checks, 3…

EV-W girls’ basketball team still perfect

Olivia Schleper fights for the ball in Monday’s win over Paynesville. Photo by Laurie Kohnen. By Pat Garry, Staff Writer The Eden Valley-Watkins girls stayed undefeated, following a blasting of Maple Lake, 74-32, on Tuesday, Feb. 5; and a sweet…

Kimball basketball girls open new year in style

Ashley Schindele shot her 1,000th point during the Jan. 3 Cubs home game against Paynesville By Pat Garry, Staff Writer The Cubs went “bucket nuts” against Paynesville last Thursday, Jan. 3, smothering the Bulldogs, 83-51. Playing again on Friday, Kimball…

Neil Hilary, 91

 

Neil Hilary of Watkins, formerly of Kimball, died Monday, May 28, 2018, at Hilltop Health Care Center in Watkins. He was 91.

Funeral services will be held at 7 p.m. Sunday, June 3, at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Kimball with Rev. David Milz officiating. A luncheon will be served following the service. Visitation will begin at 4:30 p.m. Sunday at the church and continue until the time of the service. Burial will take place at 4 p.m. Monday, June 4, at Maine Prairie Cemetery.

Grad Open Houses 2018

 

Sunday, May 20

12-4 p.m., George Lemke, son of Todd and Ann Lemke, at their home (39250 647th Ave., Watkins). (EV-W)

Friday, May 25

5-8 p.m., Lexi Streit, daughter of Jim and Nadine Streit, at their home (4478 Co. Rd. 141, St. Cloud). (K)

Saturday, May 26

2-6 p.m., Hannah Ehlinger, daughter of Tom and Karla Ehlinger, at their home (12442 83rd Ave., Kimball). (K)

3-7 p.m., Trinity Erickson, daughter of Toby and Sue Erickson, at 33980 CSAH 19, South Haven. (K)

Siblings scoop up state titles

 

Cheyenne (age 11) and Brogan Nyholm (age 7) of Kimball, each won a state championship title at this year’s Indoor 300 Round Tournament.

The state tournament was held Saturday and Sunday, April 7-8, in Thief River Falls by the Minnesota State Archery Association.

The MSAA State Indoor Tournament is one of the largest archery tournaments held annually in the nation.

Siblings scoop up state titles

Cheyenne (age 11) and Brogan Nyholm (age 7) of Kimball, each won a state championship title at this year’s Indoor 300 Round Tournament.

The state tournament was held Saturday and Sunday, April 7-8, in Thief River Falls by the Minnesota State Archery Association.

The MSAA State Indoor Tournament is one of the largest archery tournaments held annually in the nation.

Siblings scoop up state titles

 

Cheyenne (age 11) and Brogan Nyholm (age 7) of Kimball, each won a state championship title at this year’s Indoor 300 Round Tournament.

The state tournament was held Saturday and Sunday, April 7-8, in Thief River Falls by the Minnesota State Archery Association.

The MSAA State Indoor Tournament is one of the largest archery tournaments held annually in the nation.

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