Marc Mroczek is excited to be a Swede. As someone who is from a from a small town, the opportunity to come to Gothenburg is something Mroczek said his family
Cattle producers base major decisions such as calving season on expected economic outcomes which include productivity, input costs, personal capability, individual preferences, markets, and so on. Calving systems are generally
Nebraska’s new State Poet Laureate, Matt Mason, will be hosting a poetry slam competition in Gothenburg as part of his role with the Nebraska Writer’s Collective. The Swede Louder Than
Hello and goodbye. The final bow is on the winter sports season after teams lifted up the last few trophies last weekend in Lincoln. Despite quite unspringlike weather, we are
• It was 20th-century American author and futurist Robert Anton Wilson who made the following sage observation: “Only the madman is absolutely sure.” • Lightning isn’t solely a phenomenon of
Eighteen Gothenburg junior high students competed at the Nebraska Junior Academy of Science Western Regional Science Fair on Feb. 25, at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis.