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Area resident finds success, frustration in effort to do a good deed


Blain Schilreff spends much of his day in Sidney, working for Cabela's. But he also serves on the Kimball Community Concert Committee.

That's where he got to know Carol Jo Nagel as she became a regular at the concerts. One day, she was not in attendance and it raised questions. Schilreff learned that Nagel was at home because her car had broken down and did not want to trouble anyone for a ride, even to her job at George Risk Industries.

Nagel is not in the best of health. She lives paycheck to paycheck, thus being unable to afford necessary repairs, or a new car.

Nagel played bingo every...

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