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North Platte Telegraph

North Platte wrestling coach Dale Hall earns NSWCA Coach of the Year

North Platte wrestling coach Dale Hall was awarded the 2020-21 Nebraska Wrestling Coach of the Year honor at the Bulldogs’ dual against Grand Island Northwest last week. “Obviously, it’s an honor being recognized by your peers,” Hall said. “It’s great recognition for North Platte wrestling.”
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Edward “Eddie” Dale Hall

Edward “Eddie” Dale Hall, age 58, of the Newdale community, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, December 16, 2021 at CarePartners Hospice Solace Center in Asheville. Eddie was preceded in death by both his paternal and maternal grandparents. He enjoyed hunting arrowheads, building model cars,...
The Tribune

Dale Hall, Julie Cline and Steve Moreno: Come help us celebrate the Poudre River Trail

What started as an ambitious dream in 1994 has become one of northern Colorado’s most beloved outdoor assets. The Poudre River Trail, a 21-mile corridor from the west end of Windsor to the east part of Greeley, offers walkers, cyclists and all manner of visitors the chance to enjoy a special river corridor and natural area journey. It came about in a unique collaboration between the governments of Greeley, Windsor and Weld County, which together created a non-profit board of community members dedicated to the creation of the Poudre River Trail Corridor.

Post wrestling interview with Dale Hall and Jason Phelps

NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) - Two wrestling coaches were interviewed in Omaha on Thursday evening for the 6 p.m. News 2 newscast by News 2′s Justin Thompson. Both Dale Hall North Platte’s head wrestling coach and Jason Phelps, Sandhill Valley’s coach spoke. When Justin Thompson is in the news station...

Kenneth "Kenny" Dale Hall, 75

ELLETTSVILLE — Kenneth “Kenny” Dale Hall, 75, of Ellettsville passed away on Tuesday, February 9th, 2021 at IU Health Bloomington Hospital. Kenny was born May 7th, 1945 in Sidney, Ohio and was the son of Charles L. and Rosalee (Powell) Hall. He served in the United States Army from 1962 until 1967 and was a proud Vietnam veteran. He retired from General Electric after 33 years of service. He then worked for the Department of Natural Resources as a campground gate attendant at Payne Town for 17 years. During his time with the DNR, he thoroughly enjoyed all the people that he met, and many became dear friends. He spoke often of his South Dakota buffalo hunting trips. He was an avid deer hunter, fisherman, camper, boater, and loved traveling throughout the United States and Canada.