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Let’s go fishing at Lake Helen
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Rudolph works passionately in the beef industry, while simultaneously advocating for agriculture

News

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SIGNS OF THE TIME: Students of all ages gathered on curbs, in yards and on corners last Thursday evening, March 26 for the Teacher Parade. Participating in the parade were 51 vehciles and two school busses carrying Gothenburg Public School teachers and faculty. Administation is giving their best effort to support students and keep morale high for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. The staff is looking forward to engaging with their students in other ways while still following safety guidelines and practicing social distancing.

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QUIET QUARANTINE: Thomas White attempts to make a deal to break out of the facility to have some interaction with the outside world. Staff at Hilltop Estates encouraged residents to write messages on white boards as a way of communication to their loved ones and were hoping to help brighten their day. The residents have also been participating in “sports’’ that the employees have organized. The staff is still encouraging the community to write letters to residents during this time of social distancing. See page A10 for additional contributed photos.

Sports

Let’s go fishing at Lake Helen

Julie Fraley traveled to Gothenburg on Saturday, March 21, along with her two dogs, Sunny and Delilah, for the purpose of stocking Lake Helen full of trout.

NSAA extends hiatus through May 1

The Nebraska School Activities Association on March 25 decided to suspend all activities and sports-related practices through Friday, May 1.

Lifestyle

HEAD START GIVES PRESCHOOLERS A “HEAD START”

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‘She was the only teacher who seemed interested in what I did’

As a child my grandma, Diane Harm, was not the best behaved while she wa