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Chamber/GIC ‘Moving Forward’ Two groups celebrate achievements. The Gothenburg Chamber of Commerce and Gothenburg Improvement Company are moving forward in 2015. Read the Full Story
GHS sophomore gets on-the-job training Selena Paredes jobs shadows at newspaper. Selena Paredes didn’t know much about construction until she visited a site where workers are installing a lift station. Read the Full Story
Pets on parade A group of young students took advantage of a beautiful day and carried stuffed animals for a walk around the block during Story Hour’s Pet Parade on Thursday. Read the Full Story
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Local News

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Borchardt enjoys World Race adventure

GHS graduate serving on four continents. Tressa Borchardt has been to Nepal, India, Thailand, Cambodia, South Africa, Swaziland, Botswana, Romania and Moldova since she boarded a plane that departed from...

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Franzen’s book about overcoming abuse

Author of ‘The Rag Princess’ is working on a sequel. A long-time desire of a local woman has been fulfilled with the publication of a book she wrote about abuse while growing up in Nebraska. Barb...

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Taken from the news columns of area newspapers. Cozad couple release book, ‘Never Alone’ COZAD—Two Cozad residents have become new authors. Jeremy and Bailey Koch, husband and wife,...

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Chamber/GIC ‘Moving Forward’

Two groups celebrate achievements. The Gothenburg Chamber of Commerce and Gothenburg Improvement Company are moving forward in 2015.

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Opinions

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I apparently did not make myself clear regarding our suggestion request stated at the March 3 council meeting about Lake Helen. I did not mean to say that there should be “little bits of parking...

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I am writing in response to the article you wrote on Feb. 27 regarding The American Legion. The story was disheartening on many levels and should have been written in the context of a single Post, not...

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Let me get this straight: Congress, elected by and representing the citizens of the United States, passes the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), which legislates the amount of renewable fuel in our nation’s...

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Sports

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Swedes waiting to see how they stack up

There’s a level of uncertainty surrounding Gothenburg’s boys track and field team as it begins the 2015 season. Of the 44 boys listed on the roster, only seven are seniors. More than half...

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The Gothenburg girls track and field team earned a fifth-place finish at the UNK Invite on Saturday. Coach Steve Reeves brought a shortened roster consisting primarily of upperclassmen to the first meet...

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Golfers expected to learn on the links

Dan Scherer is entering his first season as coach of the Gothenburg golf team, and he expects it will be a learning experience for both him and his team. Scherer, a former track assistant, is glad to...

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Gothenburg girls building depth

Gothenburg’s girls track and field team starts the season with 20 returning letter winners and three girls with state meet experience. “We have a pretty good nucleus back,” coach Steve...

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Brady Happenings

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Brady track runs away from field

Both Brady’s boys and girls got off to a fast start this season, as each team won the Class D title at the UNK Indoor Invitational last Saturday. The boys team dusted the competition with 93.5 points....

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Seven Brady basketball players were honored when the Mid-Nebraska Activities Conference released its all-conference teams Friday morning. Senior Josie Palmer closed out her high school career with a spot...

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Ready to run

The Brady track and field team opens the season Saturday morning at the UNK Invite in Kearney. Seniors on the team include, l-r: Front—Trevor Mann, Josie Palmer, Shaylin McClellen and Levi DeStefano;...

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Agribusiness

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Department proposes changes to ‘Actively Engaged’ Rule. WASHINGTON—The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced a proposed rule to limit farm payments to non-farmers, consistent...

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LINCOLN—After five years of increases in Nebraska farmland values, the state average dropped 3%, according to preliminary findings released today by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The state...

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By Annie Bohling Nebraska News Service LINCOLN—Testimony at a public hearing Feb. 24 was equally divided on a bill that would change the way livestock cruelty cases are investigated and penalized. Legislative...

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