She’s an EMT, an advocate for military families and enjoys time on the family farm. Meet Amber Montoya, the newest member of the Gothenburg Times staff. She joined the newspaper
Greetings District 36. It is refreshing seeing all the snow melt away, and warmer temperatures return to Nebraska. This past week I was able to attend a luncheon honoring McDaniel
In like a lion, out like a lamb. Or is it the other way around? I ask myself this every year. If April showers bring May flowers, what do March
Steve Reeves has seen the start of more than a handful of track seasons. However, the Gothenburg track and field co-head coach and veteran of more than four decades in
Several Swede tracksters opened their track season last Friday. Many upper classmen participated in an event at the UNK Indoor Meet, said co-head coach Steve Reeves. “For our kids who
ACE, the Public Alliance for Community Energy, will distribute $5,152 to the City of Gothenburg. The funds are the city’s share of $300,000 being distributed through ACE’s revenue return program.
Thirty Dawson County 4-H members participated in the 4-H Public Speaking Contest Monday, March 11, at the Dawson County Extension Office in Lexington, according to Andrea Nisley, UN-L Extension Educator.