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Coronation royalty chosen CROWNING MOMENT: During Gothenburg High School’s coronation ceremony Saturday night in the Community Building gymnasium, seniors Sydney Gruber and Caleb Rice were selected as queen and king by a vote of the student body. Read More...
Wrestlers win triangular The Gothenburg Wrestling team’s season kept its winning ways going on Thursday night with a sweep. The Swedes beat Maxwell 66-12 and Mullen 55-15 in Gothenburg. Read More...
The Golden ball Each high school that had an alumnus who played in a Super Bowl game received a commemorative 50-year football from the NFL. Read More...
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Local News

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Dawson County Democrats are asked to help select the next president of the United States at a caucus on March 5. The caucus will be at 2 p.m. in the Lexington Middle School, 110 Washington St. Participants...

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AREA NEWS DIGEST

Taken from the columns of area newspapers. Second annual Maker Fair offers opportunities COZAD—Getting to learn outside the classroom were the students of Cozad High School as they took part in...

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Equestrian scholarship

SOUTH DAKOTA-BOUND: Emily Keiser recently signed a letter of intent to attend South Dakota State and be a member of the equestrian team. College officials said the offer came because of her academic and...

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Four varsity and a novice Swede took home gold medals from the Gothenburg Speech Invite Saturday. Kylee Beyea scored a first in informative speaking and Georgina Dishman was judged best in humorous prose. Dylan...

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Opinions

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Williams outlines 3 bills he has introduced

 Greetings District 36. Last week in the Legislature, we began committee hearings. I’m proud to serve on the Banking and Judiciary committees. Many bills will come before all of the committees....

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Tax and spending cuts on the table

Greetings District 36. This past week, the Legislature began its work in full force. In addition to having full day debate on numerous items, we heard Gov. Pete Ricketts deliver his State of the State...

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Greetings District 36. On Jan. 6, the Legislature began its first day of business for the 2016 legislative session. I was very proud to be asked to open the session by giving the morning prayer. As part...

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Sports

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Grapplers get SWC runner-up

BROKEN BOW—It was a good Friday for the Gothenburg wrestling team at the Southwest Conference Tournament. The Swedes competed in 13 of the 14 available weight classes, and they took home 12 medals. Fans...

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Wrestlers win triangular

The Gothenburg Wrestling team’s season kept its winning ways going on Thursday night with a sweep. The Swedes beat Maxwell 66-12 and Mullen 55-15 in Gothenburg.

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The Golden ball

Each high school that had an alumnus who played in a Super Bowl game received a commemorative 50-year football from the NFL.

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GHS Sports Schedule 2015-2016

BOYS varsity BASKETBALL Dec. 3—LEXINGTON, W 61-44 Dec. 4—at Hershey, W 49-34 Dec. 10—at Southern Valley, L 48-42 Dec. 12—PERKINS CO., W 56-52 Dec. 17—NP ST. PAT’S,...

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Brady Happenings

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The base salary for teachers at Brady Public Schools will increase to $33,000 for the 2016-17 school year. The school board approved the negotiated agreement with the Brady Education Association during...

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It certainly wasn’t the conference tournament that Brady girls coach Lance Arterburn hoped his girls would have. Going in as the second seed with a first-round bye in the opening round of the eastern...

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The Brady boys basketball team had a productive week at the Mid-Nebraska Athletic Conference Tournament. Wins over Twin Loup and Sandhills/Thedford sandwiched a loss to Anselmo-Merna. Brady got off to...

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Agribusiness

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LINCOLN—Gothenburg beef industry professional Kelly Terrell participated in the 2016 Young Cattlemen’s Conference in January in Lincoln. “I have truly appreciated the opportunities to...

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Nebraska women will learn how to plan and make better business decisions for their farms and ranches, communities, families and themselves at the 31st Women in Agriculture Conference, the longest-running...

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LINCOLN—Gov. Pete Ricketts has announced the schedule for the 28th Annual Governor’s Ag Conference, which serves as a key event for Nebraska’s agriculture community. The conference is...

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