Vaulters Led Swedes At Moore Invite
Deb’s Diner Awarded Coolest Diner in the State
Franzen Brothers Honored for 50 years of service with the Gothenburg Fire Department
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Lady Swedes Start Postseason Off with Pair of Victories over Panthers and Longhorns

News

Deb’s Diner Awarded Coolest Diner in the State

In Gothenburg, local businesses are the backbone of the community. They are run by real people living real lives and when one is acknowledged on a state-wide level it excites the business and its patrons. Deb’s Diner was one such occurrence when Deb Meridith, owner of Deb’s Dinner, was contacted by the State of Nebraska and informed that her little slice of paradise won the Coolest Diner in the State Award.

Franzen Brothers Honored for 50 years of service with the Gothenburg Fire Department

Franzen is a name that has become integrated into the Gothenburg community. From electoral offices to Franzen Incorporated, to being part of the Gothenburg Fire Department’s growth, the Franzen family has served the community for over 50 years. Brothers Lyle, Larry, and Dale Franzen were honored at a Banquet this last March for their 50 years of service to the fire department.

Sports

Vaulters Led Swedes At Moore Invite

Making the best of the Spring-like weather, the Gothenburg and Cozad girls and boys track squads stood strong while competing at the Ed Moore Invitational held in Ogallala on Thursday morning and afternoon.

SWEDES DUAL WITH LEX AT WILD HORSE

It was like it was a scene out of the Groundhog Day movie, as the Swedes linksters returned to their home turf, it was the same time, same day, but a different opponent. The Swedes were up to the challenge, as they did their best to tame the Wild Horse during a links showdown with Lexington on Thursday afternoon at Wild Horse Golf Course north of Gothenburg.

Lifestyle

JOSIE ANN MCFADDEN

A daughter, Josie Ann McFadden, was born to Matt and Nicole McFadden of Gothenburg on March 29th, at Lexington Region Hospital, at 11:51 pm. Josie weighed 7 pounds and 12 ounces. She was 20.5 inches long. Her brothers are Warren and Owen McFadden. Her grandparents are Lex and Patti Bratka of Burwell and Tim and Trudy McFadden of Gothenburg.

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A son, James Elliott Cool, was born on March 22, 2021 at Gothenburg Health to Joshua and Helen Cool of Gothenburg. He weighted 7 pounds and was 18.5 inches long. His sisters are Elsie and Lucille Cool. Grandparents are Jerry and Judy Cool of Arnold, and Pat and Deb Hecox of Gothenburg.