The Cattlemen’s Ball of Nebraska is coming to Southwest Nebraska, June 7-8, 2019, along the Frenchman Creek near Enders Reservoir Hosts Derek and Allison Sandman of Wauneta and Wayne and

A son, Braxton Jacob Sabin, was born Sept. 20 at 6:08 a.m. at Gothenburg Health, to Caprisha Sabin, of Gothenburg. He weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and was 21 inches

The Gothenburg Chamber Ambassadors presented a First Dollar Award to Kaitlyn Smith at Wet Paws Dog Grooming on Nov. 1. Smith is a self-taught licensed dog groomer who has worked

A daughter, Everly Frances Lauer, was born Sept. 18 at 6:55 p.m. at Gothenburg Health, to Ryan and Katie Lauer, of Gothenburg. She weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces and was

The Gothenburg FFA chapter, with help from local churches, is gearing up once again for its fifth annual Soup and Dessert Bar. Proceeds from the event will benefit two worthwhile

GOTHENBURG SENIOR CENTER Wednesday, Nov. 7 – Ham balls, baked potato, corn, blueberry muffin and spiced apples. Thursday, Nov. 8 – Roast beef, mashed potatoes with gravy, green bean casserole,

DUDLEY ELEMENTARY LUNCH MENU Wednesday, Nov. 7: Southwest: Crispy burrito or doubledecker pizza. Italian: Pizza or chicken parmesan wrap. Swede Specialties: Chinese chicken salad. American: Roast turkey or roast pork.

100 Years Ago Nov. 13, 1918 The greatest war in history ended Monday morning at six o’clock Washington time, after 1,567 days of horror during which virtually the whole civilized

On Oct. 22, 18 Gothenburg FFA students headed east for the week-long National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana. With one national qualifying Conduct of Chapter Meetings team, two members in