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The Swede Speech team had a dynamic performance in Broken Bow last Saturday. All but just a handful of events broke into the final (medal) rounds! The team brought home 32 medals including 5 golds. Highlights of the meet included Arissa Ackerman winning double gold, all the novice extempers medaling with Ian Ackerman bringing home gold, both novice duets medaling with a win by Taylor Littlewolf and Kenzie Margritz, the Varsity sweep of Extemp by Elissa Foley and Callum Ward, and the Varsity sweep of Inform by Arissa Ackerman and Callum Ward! The Swedes head back to Grand Island next week for the second Central Nebraska Forensics League tournament.

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As of Friday, January 14 Critical Access Hospitals like Gothenburg Health will be required to comply with the vaccine mandate (QSO-22-09), which is mandated by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The Supreme Court denied the injunction filed by 24 states, including Nebraska.


Gothenburg Girls Split Games Last Week

The Broken Bow Indians (Broken Bow, NE) baskball nipped the host Gothenburg Swedes (Gothenburg, NE), 40-35 in Thursday's contest. The Indians (12-3) will now prepare for their test against Valentine (Valentine, NE). The go into the non-league test with a 5-9 record. In their last test, Valentine got by Stuart (Stuart, NE), 45-39, in a non-league test.


TIME TO FIRE UP THE BAND as the Swedes prepare for battle on the home floor in front of the fans. BRAD MESSERSMITHTIMES SPORTS REPORTERO



Carlin Daharsh and Justin Discigil, both of Washington DC, would like to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding.

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The Gothenburg Times and the family of Johanna Jean Foster would like to congratulate her on her academic achievement of making the President’s List at Chadron State College. Johanna is currently maintaining a grade point average of 4.0. Way to go!