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Gothenburg youth prepare to serve our country Two 2016 Gothenburg High School graduates left Monday, Nov. 28 for Marine recruit training, otherwise known as boot camp, at Camp Pendleton in San Diego, Calif. Ryan Rebach and Braeden Brundage were surrounded by friends and family at send-off party Saturday, Nov. 26. Read More...
Local sisters share more than genetics Sisters commonly share physical features and characteristics. Some siblings have the same walk, the same laugh or a similar voice. The five Plank sisters are told there is a strong family resemblance; however, three of the sisters also share a disease. Cancer. Read More...
Gothenburg youth win essay contest When Tucker Wyatt was little, if his parents couldn’t find the toddler, they knew where to look first. Read More...
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Local News

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Chamber hosts Magic on Main Street next week

The jolly old elf will make a grand appearance in Gothenburg on Tuesday, Dec. 6, as he is escorted into town during a light parade that will kick off the annual Magic on Main Street celebration. Everyone...

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Taken from the columns of area newspapers. Cozad United Way celebrates 35 years COZAD—The Cozad United Way 2017 Drive is celebrating reaching the milestone of 35 years and looks to finish the...

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Gothenburg youth prepare to serve our country

Two 2016 Gothenburg High School graduates left Monday, Nov. 28 for Marine recruit training, otherwise known as boot camp, at Camp Pendleton in San Diego, Calif. Ryan Rebach and Braeden Brundage were surrounded...

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Local sisters share more than genetics

Sisters commonly share physical features and characteristics. Some siblings have the same walk, the same laugh or a similar voice. The five Plank sisters are told there is a strong family resemblance;...

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Opinions

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Change. Just the word can send a shudder down the spine of most people; and it seems the older we get the more uncomfortable that word and its consequences become. However, with age—or as I like...

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Turning to the next page

“Life is an enfoldment, and the farther we travel, the more we comprehend. To understand the things that are at our door is the best preparation for understanding those that lie beyond.”—Hypatia ¬† ¬†Nearly...

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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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Sports

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Gothenburg 8th graders blast McCook

The Gothenburg Junior High School eighth grade girls’ basketball team defeated McCook last week, just before the Thanksgiving break, by blasting the Lady Bison, 34-17. The game was relatively close...

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Gothenburg plays a feisty brand of basketball at North Platte Jamboree

NORTH PLATTE—Even though the Swede boys’ and girls’ basketball teams did not prevail points-wise against the Class B North Platte Bulldogs at the 2016 North Platte Jamboree on Monday,...

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A decade of Swede softball

The past decade, it seems, has been awfully good for the Swede softball team—as evidenced by the compilation of stats selected by head coach Roger Neujahr at the close of the 2016-17 season—Gothenburg’s...

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No. 4 Wahoo defeats Gothenburg in first round of playoffs

WAHOO—For the Swede football team, their battle against Wahoo in the first round of the Class C1 playoffs on Friday night was a story of two halves, with No. 13 Gothenburg matching the offense of...

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Brady Happenings

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LINCOLN—Four Brady volleyball players have been named to the 2016 Mid-Nebraska Conference volleyball team, with senior Tara Callahan and junior Emery Swan taking highest honors on a first team selection. The...

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Brady advances to sub-district final

The Brady volleyball team advanced to the D2-9 sub-district final game on Tuesday against Anselmo-Merna—after beating back a strong team from Sumner-Eddyville-Miller on a 3-1 victory. Despite a...

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Eagles remain atop District 9 standings

The Brady Eagles volleyball team is still the best team in D2-District 9—with a 23-3 overall record so far this season—and are currently ranked seventh in the state among all schools in D2...

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Agribusiness

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Nebraska Cattlemen host 2016 annual convention

The 2016 Annual Nebraska Cattlemen Convention and Trade Show will be held in Kearney at the Younes Convention Center Dec. 6 - 9. This year’s convention schedule is packed full of industry leaders,...

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The Landlord/Tenant Cash Lease workshop will be offered Tuesday, November 29th in Lexington at the Dawson County Extension Office from 1:30-4:30 pm. It is designed to help landlords and tenants put together...

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Women in agriculture are invited to the 2016 Women, Food and Agriculture Network annual conference Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4 and 5, at Lied Lodge and Conference Center in Nebraska City. The theme for...

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