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Monday morning accident STORE DAMAGED: For the second time in 10 years, a vehicle hit Peterson's Supermarket. The crashed into the building Monday, causing an estimated $25,000 in damage to the building. Read More...
Gothenburg Health gets reuse funds for hospital equipment Improvements prompt name change for ugly corner at Lake Avenue, Highway 30. Read More...
Snack time DIGGING INTO JUMPSTART: Fifty students registered for JumpStart this year, a preschool program offered by Gothenburg Public Schools. The program for incoming kindergartners is three weeks each summer and teaches students academic and social skills. Read More...
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Local News

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Mentoring said to stay with kids all their lives

State TeamMates program quarter century old. To Maureen Lariviere, mentoring a child is one of the most rewarding things a person can do. “The time you give will impact their lives positively and...

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A 50-year-old rural Gothenburg man died Friday after the pickup he was driving left Highway 30 and struck an embankment. Brock Johnson was the only occupant in the 2005 Chevrolet pickup and was pronounced...

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Sewer improvements

STREET CLOSINGS: Sewer improvements in the eastern part of the city are impacting 10th Street. Portions of the street are and will be closed, according to city administrator Bruce Clymer. VanKirk Brothers...

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Monday morning accident

STORE DAMAGED: For the second time in 10 years, a vehicle hit Peterson's Supermarket. The crashed into the building Monday, causing an estimated $25,000 in damage to the building.

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Opinions

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Crucial decisions this session

Greetings District 36. Well, it’s official. The 104th Legislature has adjourned Sine Die and will not convene again until January 2017, so you can breathe easy unless you follow national politics...

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Legislative work not always easy

Greetings District 36. The 104th legislative session adjourned sine die on Wednesday, April 20. I would like to sincerely thank the 11 senators whose terms are completed at the end of this year. Each...

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Breathing a big sigh of relief

Greetings, District 36. Hooray, the 104th Legislative Session is nearly over and everyone can breathe a sigh of relief! The final few days have been long and sometimes contentious. Each senator has worked...

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Sports

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Lincoln Cheer Camp

Superior Effort: The Gothenburg High School Cheerleaders competed in four events at the Lincoln cheer camp: sideline, cheer, extreme routine, and game day. They received superior ratings in all of these...

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As a team closes out the regular season, players want to create momentum for the post season. The Senior Melons did just that, winning two of three last week to close out their regular season schedule....

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Teammates helping TeamMates

Renewing friendships and rasing money, all while getting to play at one of the best golf courses in America.

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Jim Bebensee of Gothenburg and Brandon Siebenneicher of Kearney are the 2016 member-guest champions. They carded a two-day 23 under-par to win the overall title, along with winning the championship flight...

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Brady Happenings

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Swim team compete at league championship

LEXINGTON— On July 16, Gothenburg’s swim team battled for medals at the Plains tSunami Swim League Championship at the Lexington City Pool. At the qualifying meet in Minden on July 9, the...

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History preserved

DECADES OF YEARBOOKS: The Brady School Foundation has compiled all of the Brady Public School yearbooks from 1925 through 2015 in digital form on one searchable CD. Discs are available from foundation...

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Brady Days ‘brand wagon’ offers something for everyone

More volunteers, more events and more fun for everyone is just around the corner as Brady Days 2016 kicks off on Friday, Aug. 5. “It’s been a little easier pulling things together this year,”...

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Agribusiness

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LINCOLN—In an effort to strengthen the climate for agriculture in Nebraska, leaders of Nebraska’s agriculture organizations, representing tens of thousands of Nebraska’s farmers, ranchers...

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Lincoln—Project SENSE update sessions are planned for several locations across Nebraska. Growers will learn how to outfit and implement the project’s nitrogen management strategy on their...

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Lincoln—Recent findings from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s 2016 custom rates survey show changing prices for machinery operations and related services. The survey summarizes the current...

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