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Good morning Banner County! After a week of horrible strong winds, this one has been quite a lot nicer. I know many of you who had property damage due to the wind last week and we had our share so now we have those messes to clean up. Did you see the pictures from out at the Scotts Bluff National Monument of the cattle pulling the covered wagon? Mother Nature doing some ‘cow tipping!’ Seriously though, I hope there was no serious damage.

For real cattle, this past Saturday was beef weigh-in time for 4-H and FFA members who are planning on selling at the next County Fair in August. Our kids already have their work cut out for them as they could show next week, weight wise.

The Central-Banner County 4-H Club met last Sunday at the school cafeteria with 18 members present. Old and new business was taken care of and the date for the next meeting was set. Quality Assurance will be on tap at the next meeting and dues are due!

Congratulations to grandma and grandpa, Annette and Mark Knaub on the recent arrival of grandson Jaxson Charlie Loutzenhiser. Jaxson was born January 27, weighing 6lbs. 9oz., and 19 1/2 inches long. He joins big sisters Kassie and Kambrie and is welcomed by mom and dad Kelsey and Josh, and grandparents Mike and Cheryl Loutzenhiser.

Celebrating birthdays this last week of February are Robin Parsons, Shawn Fulk, Ben & Roger McGowan, Jim Nelson, Tina McKeehan, Renae Hobby, Riley (Smith) McNees and Wyatt Reichenberg. Happy Birthday!

Anniversaries this week are celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Don Cashlier which is on the Feb. 29.

Whoot whoot for leap year, the year we are supposed to be making up for the time lost over the last four years by adding that extra day.

I do not know if either of the basketball teams are involved in sub-district play or if they are out. However, if the are in the boys will play on Thursday, Feb. 25 with finals on Wednesday, March 2, and the girl’s final games will be played on Friday, February 26. For more information on these please call the school at 436-5262.

As basketball comes to a close you will see the track/pe kids running around town. Please be aware and watching. Track practice officially starts Monday, February 29.

The FFA students will be competing in Kimball on Wednesday. March 2. Good luck and safe travel to all of you.

The Kimball Knights of Columbus continues with their Fish Fry through Lent. The meal is open to the public and carry-out is available. The meal includes fish, fries, coleslaw, dessert, and a drink and is available at the St. Joseph Catholic Church.

The next Lenten luncheon held at 600 W 7th ,the Presbyterian Church and hosted by St. John’s Lutheran Church will be on Wednesday, March 2. Lunch is served 11:30 a.m to 1:00 p.m. with devotions at 12:10 p.m. A non-pershiable food item is the cost and this will be donated to the food pantry. There is also a free will offering which will be used to support the food pantry and the Good Samation Assistiance Program.

The Kimball Event Center will be the place to be on Saturday, February 27. The Friends of the Kimball Library will be hosting a dinner and a movie for at 6 p.m. The film playing is “Murder at the Deadwood Saloon.” For more information please call 235-4523.

Speaking of movies, we recently went to the movie “ Risen”. Personally I loved it.

The Midwest Theater in the Bluffs will be showing the movie “The Room” over the next weekend. Show times are 7:30 p.m. for Friday and Saturday, February 26 and 27, and the Sunday matinee will be at 1:30 p.m.

This one is rated R and is about a young woman who is kidnapped and held for years in the backyard of her capture in a very small enclosure. Eventually she has a child and they escape. I did not see were this was based on a true story, but do any of you remember a story like this several years ago? Somewhere west of us I think.

Well friends, have a great week and take care until next time. Barb Cross (Rod) at 436-7152, 641-1335, or crosswords@embarqmail.com.

 

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