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THE CLARK TEACHING CLAN Four Clarks teach local students When students are told to go to Mrs. Clark’s classroom, some might feel like Dorothy on her quest to find Oz. Read the Full Story
FFA’ers do well at livestock judging Several Gothenburg FFA’ers placed high at a district livestock judging contest in Curtis on Nov. 10. The Gothenburg High School FFA took 56 kids to the contest. Read the Full Story
Bumps and bruises beat down Swedes The injuries started long before the season did for Gothenburg volleyball. MaKaela Franzen would have helped the Swedes as a defensive specialist had she not injured her knee during track season and spent her entire senior season watching from the bench. Read the Full Story
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Local News

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SECRET SANTA

Throughout the holiday season, members of the Gothenburg High School Interact Club will be collecting letters to Santa and making sure the authors get a response. Hailey Maline, club president, stands...

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AREA NEWS DIGEST

Taken from the news columns of area newspapers. Lex schools continue to expand and build COZAD—As one construction project ends, another will begin for Lexington Public Schools. Finishing details...

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People should know impact of weather

Possible with technology today Meteorologist Michael Moritz doesn’t think folks should sit around worrying about the weather.

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THE CLARK TEACHING CLAN

Four Clarks teach local students When students are told to go to Mrs. Clark’s classroom, some might feel like Dorothy on her quest to find Oz.

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Opinions

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I have known Matt Williams and his family for 48 years, coming to Gothenburg to be associated with them at the Gothenburg State Bank. Matt’s dedication to Gothenburg and Dawson County does not come...

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Floating in uncharted space

 “If I can let you go as trees let go/...Lose what I lose to keep what I can keep,/The strong root still alive under the snow,/Love will endure—if I can let you go.”—May Sarton  During...

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Have you ever heard someone say to a child, “Do you realize what you just did?” Generally, there is a negative connotation behind the statement; it’s not something we want to hear…...

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Sports

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Bumps and bruises beat down Swedes

The injuries started long before the season did for Gothenburg volleyball. MaKaela Franzen would have helped the Swedes as a defensive specialist had she not injured her knee during track season and spent...

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Reeves jumps at chance to join Huskers

Senior is first Swede to sign with Husker volleyball Senior Tiani Reeves has played a critical role in many firsts for the Gothenburg volleyball program. As a sophomore and junior she helped lead the...

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Productive ‘practice’ leads to most wins ever

Sometimes a season turns around triggered by a timely hit or an outstanding defensive play or even a stellar pitching performance. For the Gothenburg girls softball team, that moment came when the gloves...

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The Gothenburg volleyball team’s postseason dreams vanished in unfortunate fashion after Minden swept the Swedes in three sets Monday evening at Kearney High School. After a 25-20 Whippets win in...

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Brady Happenings

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Eagles season ends at state

Entering Thursday’s first-round match up against Ansley-Litchfield, Brady coach Lynne Johnson knew her Eagles would have to be nearly perfect to advance to the state semi-finals for the first time...

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On Nov. 10 the Brady School Board discussed the results of its 2013-14 audit. Principal Dana Reinke characterized the results as “favorable.” The only issues flagged by the Grand Island firm...

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FLAG FOLDERS

Brady Public Schools honored local and area veterans on Tuesday morning at a ceremony in the gym. Teagan Rossman reads from behind the podium while Dalton Messersmith (left) and Nick Ryan (right) demonstrate...

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Agribusiness

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UNL, FSA offer Farm Bill meetings across Nebraska

LINCOLN—University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension and the USDA Farm Service Agency are joining to provide educational meetings across Nebraska on the 2014 Farm Bill. “The new farm bill provides...

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Agricultural outlook and management decisions for farmers and ranchers will be featured Monday at the NCTA campus in Curtis on from 5-8 p.m. The 10th annual Cornhusker Economics Outlook coordinated by...

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The University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Natural Resources and UNL Extension will host a free, one-day climate workshop geared toward the agricultural community Wednesday, Nov. 19, in Holdrege. “Climate...

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