News

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

Sports

Brady earned the District D1-5 championship Saturday and qualified for seven events in the state speech meet. The Class D1 state meet will be held Friday in Kearney. “We’ve had

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

Lifestyle

Residential prices will see a slight increase for residential customers of Dawson Public Power District. DPPD will increase its Distribution Charge by $1 for all General Service Rate and A-SH

Parents of Gothenburg Public School students are invited to attend a talk on e-cigarettes and vaping Thursday, March 21, at 6:30 p.m. in the PAC at GPS. The program was