The winner of this week’s coloring contest was Cecilia Arneson. As the winner of the contest, she received a coupon for a free small Chiller from Maverik. Turn to page B5 to see this week’s coloring contest. 

Pictured L to R bottom row Trisha Thayer, Jennifer (Cordell) Risse, Amber Spanel, Erin (Harris) Robak, Dana (Buskirk) Bauer, Megan (Schefcik) Vetter, Tiffany (Fierstein) Montes, Dodi (Bailey) Megli, Second row Lindsay Knoll, Brooke (Kusek) Odean, Traci (Reed) Hadden, Sarah (Davis) Sleicher, …

On Aug. 7, the BNSF Railway Foundation donated $10,000 to Alliance Pillars for the Park. In attendance for the check presentation were (L-R) Pillars for the Park board member Caleb Schnell, Alliance Vice-Mayor Brian Mischnick, Pillars for the Park board president Tami Swearingen, BNSF’s Jeff…

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There will be no school for Alliance Public Schoosl and Immanuel Lutheran Evangelical School students on Friday August 16th. APS teachers will report as usual but will be excused to attend the Red Nest/Reza funeral.  Counselors will be available from 8-4 at Alliance High School. APS Teachers…

Liberty Monroe proudly display her entry in the weekly Alliance Times-Herald coloring contest. She was declared this week’s winner, receiving a coupon for a free small chiller and frisbee from Maverik. Turn to our Kids Page (B5) to see the new contest.

Due to a printing error the pages in today’s edition of the Alliance Times-Herald are out of order. Subscribers are invited to stop in tomorrow morning

Young people flocked to the Alliance High School practice field Friday morning to take part in kids games sponsored by the Machinist Lodge #602. 

The annual Heritage Days Sunday in the park was hosted Sunday, from noon until 4 p.m., several local musicians performed, hot dogs and chips were served by the Alliance Chamber Ambassadors, watermelon was served courtesy of First National Bank, and the Carnegie Art Center hosted their annual…

Brewery 719 held there first annual 719 Day on Friday. The day started out with a cornhole tournament at 11 a.m., at 2 p.m. 3B Events started serving food, and at 7 p.m. Avid Dischord took the outdoor stage for the first playing time in Alliance.

Several Panhandle mosquito trap sites have recently tested positive for West Nile virus. These positive mosquitoes gives Panhandle Public Health District (PPHD) an indicator of the location of the virus and the potential for it to be spread. Several counties in the Panhandle have been routin…

Children from the Alliance Recreation Center Summer Camp program took a field trip to Dobby’s Frontier Town last week. As part of the fun the group learned how to Geotrack with help from Patricia (pictured) and Earl Jones.