Lawn mowing, lemonade stands and looking after kiddos are a few ways to earn a summer income for school aged children. The Rubalcava girls got creative and started something new. Caramel apple making and handmade jewelry.
100 Years Ago
Hello Readers! My name is Cheyenne McVay, and I am the staff writer/reporter here at the Gothenburg Times. I was born and raised in Gothenburg, but moved away briefly when I spent a year in Lincoln and a little bit of time in Omaha while obtaining an education in cosmetology. Upon returning home after finding out that the city is not my happy place, becoming a writer for the Times fell into place. My favorite part of my job is getting to know and interact with people! I love to hear about people’s lives and feel privileged to have the opportunity to document the information and preserve their story. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time at the lake, baking, spending time with friends and family, and going on adventures that lead to the middle of nowhere. As a native of our All-American town, I look forward to being an active part of the community again!
The 2020 baseball season officially wrapped up with an all-star game down in Ogallala on Wednesday, August 5. Featured on the roster were Melons players Jordan Rossell, Carlos Magdaleno, Tate Gurcuillo and Bryce Ryker.
Amidst an announcement that is concerning many college football programs in the Big 10, University of Nebraska Head Coach Scott Frost and players took to the podium Monday, Aug. 10 for a press conference to address the current state of football in Nebraska.
David Craft, Gothenburg Times
The Gothenburg Chamber of Commerce has a new board member in the leadership role following the resignation of board president Ben Kampschnieder earlier this month. Kampschnieder, global procurement agro senior supervisor at Frito-Lay, is relocating to Omaha with his wife, Erika.