Nebraskans and guns are two things that can’t be separated. In our agricultural state, we cherish hunting and understand the importance of gun safety. Gothenburg’s Pony Express Ramrodders are keeping the tradition of safe gun handling alive with shootouts.
Irvin and Ruth Ann Hess were weekend guests of Roger and Nancy Berry in Lincoln. They all had Saturday evening supper with Brandon and Emily Park, Hadley and Hunter at Hickman.
On Saturday the Gothenburg Swedes varsity Softball team played Southern Valley and came out with a win after a close contest. The Swedes jumped out to an early lead over Southern Valley/alma when the Swedes scored three in the bottom of the first inning.
On Thursday afternoon Gothenburg hosted a Cross Country Invite at Wild Horse golf course. There were eleven girl's teams and sixteen boy's teams that competed in the event. The Men’s team standings were, (1)Broken Bow, (2) Minden, (3) Gothenburg, (4) Lexington, (5) Holdrege, (6) McCook, (7) North Platte, (8) Stapleton, (9) Sutherland Public, (10) Kearney, (11) Paxton, (12) Hershey, (13) Arapahoe, (14) Cambridge, (15) Hitchcock county, (16) Kimball. The women’s team standings were, (1) North Platte, (2) Minden, (3) Broken Bow, (4) McCook, (5) Cambridge, (6) Gothenburg, (7) Wallace, (8) Lexington, (9) Sutherland public, (10) Hitchcock county, (11) Arapahoe.
A son, Tucker Ray Frost, was born on September 22, 2021, at Gothenburg Health, at 7:23 PM, to Blake and Shelly Frost of Gothenburg. He weighed nine pounds, five ounces, and was 20 1/2 inches long. His brother is Otto Frost. Grandparents are Earl and Sharon Frost of West Monroe, Louisiana, and Rod and Laurie Svoboda of Upland, Nebraska.
A son, Kolter Worron Doxon, was born on September 16, 2021, at Gothenburg Health, at 8:23 AM, to Brandon and Katelyn Doxon of Cozad. He weighed five pounds, eleven ounces. His sister is Emery Doxon. Grandparents are Gary and Chris Doxon of Maywood, Nebraska, and Jeff and Kendra Ostermeier of Grand Island, Nebraska.