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The Gothenburg Chamber Ambassadors presented a Thank You For Your Faith Award on Dec. 2 Lindsey Tederman and Lynnette Stevens at Charm Boutique. The mostly women’s clothing boutique originally opened in Gothenburg in 2013. Lindsey said life changes and the pandemic caused her to re-evaluate the business. She closed the Charm store on Ninth Street in January 2021 and later opened Charm Boutique & Bar in Lincoln. Realizing folks in Gothenburg still wanted her clothing, Lindsey embraced a strong nudge from Lynnette and re-opened a smaller version of Charm on the corner at 926 Lake Avenue in July. Pictured are, from left, Ambassador Travis Anderson, Lindsey Tederman, Lynnette Stevens and Ambassador Kim Jorgenson.

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Thank you for the cards, food, phone calls, and kind words that were said. Thanks to Tim, Alex, and Brenda for everything they did to help us get through this time of sorrow. Thanks to the GVFD and Honor Guard for the Last Call for Dennis that was very special.

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Bill and Logan Spilker of Lincoln became the proud parents of a baby boy, Dax, on Friday, November 19, 2021.

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“My first pet was named Jerry dog, and my best memory was that he went everywhere with me,” said my grandmother Norma Bassett as she was baking sugar cookies. This reminded me of her pet dog Barney, a labrador who lives with her now. I never met Jerry the dog, but I sure love Barney.

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Notice is hereby given that the terms for three members of the Nebraska Corn Development, Utilization and Marketing Board (Nebraska Corn Board) will expire June 30, 2022, and Nebraska’s corn checkoff program is seeking candidates to petition for those districts. The open positions represent Districts 1, 4 and 5.

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The Farnam United Methodist Church will be holding their Christmas Program on Sunday, December 19th at the morning worship, beginning at 9:25 a.m. They are to go Caroling at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 19th also with supper to follow at

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Gothenburg’s local interact program is working as elves for Santa this year. They’ve agreed to help the jolly man with letter pick up and have designated the Gothenburg Times as a drop off spot. Bring your letters to Santa down to the Times office by December 17 and the Interact kids will make sure they’re delivered to Santa, so that he can reply to them.

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You can send your Christmas cards by Pony Express. Each card will be hand-stamped with a Pony Express seal and carried on horseback from Gothenburg to Cozad by the Nebraska Division Pony Express members from the surrounding area. Cards need to be at either the Cozad or Gothenburg libraries or the Gothenburg State Bank in Brady by closing time on Friday, December 10, 2021.

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