My name is Penny Craft and I am originally from New Jersey where I met my husband, Dave while we were both in high school. I am the proud mom of 3 intelligent, respectful and hardworking men and a grandmother to 3 beautiful grandchildren. While my husband is the new track promoter at Lincoln County Raceway in North Platte, we moved to Gothenburg because I fell in love with the town the second we turned down Lake Avenue. Now I get to work within a community that I’m starting to feel a part of and am excited to be a member of this amazing team.
100 Years Ago
Since early this spring, Gothenburg has done a great job at trying to remain prepared for what is to come, and help teach proper hygiene routines to do our part in flattening the curve.
It has been a long time coming for Ava McGown as she has ran her way to multiple top 10 finishes throughout the season and has beared the weight of responsibility as the sole runner for Brady Girls Cross Country.
Brady Volleyball played three games in three days as a part of the MNAC Tourney where the team faced off against some tough competition.
American Lutheran Church honored their First Communion students on Sunday, Oct. 4. They began the class in February with Pastor Jon and then because of Covid, continued the course at home with a study packet prepared by Pastor Jon. Those who completed the course are: front – Landon Feather; middle – Natalie Hengen, Kya Roth, Brigham Ricley; back – Miles Christensen, Connor Block and Mason Block. Not pictured are Jalisa Sabin and Gunner Thompson. (Contributed photo).
A son, Zair Delgado Alvidrez was born September 3 at Gothenburg Health to Esbeidi and Abel Rodriguez. He weighed 5 pounds, 11 ounces, and was 16 3/4 inches long.