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Summer Reading has begun at the Public Library. The first session met at 1:00 on May 26th to dive into their summer reading journey. This year’s theme is Oceans of Possibilities. The reading clubs go from May 26 to June 30 at the library and are designed for kindergarten through 6th grade. 3rd through 6th grade meet on Thursdays from 1:00 to 2:00 and Kindergarten through 2nd grade meet on Thursdays from 2:30 to 3:30. Registration is open until June 16th and is $2. A current library card is required. (Photo by, Ashley Mohler)

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Dudley Elementary celebrated their last two months worth of Super Swedes. April Super Swedes were Paul Fochtman, Connor Burcham, Karson Walker, Jasper Matthies, Noah Saunders, Adley Golter, Alexis Burkink, Grady Therrien, Clyde Marshall, Mathyis Studnicka, Travis Hydo, Braelynn Anderson, Kane Foster, Kennlye Garza, Ashana Hale,Teegan Stevens, Aubrey Erb, Louella Block, Alejandra Jauregui-Soriano, Ebeanna Westbrook, Charlotte Blecha, Emery Ticknor, Evelyn Koch, Coy Hansen, Kallie Kincheloe, Johanna Haas, Dax Hengen, Laura Williams, Adalyn Carlson, Diana Soriano, and Riley Flesch. (Photo courtesy of Michelle Stevens)

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A son, Rogen James Shelton, was born on May 13, 2022 at Great Plains Health to Shandell Shelton and Derick Shelton of Gothenburg. Rogen weighed 7lbs, 8oz, and was 20 1/2 inches long. He is welcomed home by his brothers Rex and Ryatt.

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In Last week’s edition of the Gothenburg Times, we misspelled the name of Jordanne Renee Photography. Our sincerest apologies. Jordanne donated a gift card for the winner of our Mother’s Day photo contest.

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Addison Rose Bischoff

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I would like to call attention to an important entity here in Gothenburg, our own Gothenburg Historical Museum! Have you visited? If not, it is high time you did!

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The Dawson County 4-H Presentation Contest will be Tuesday, June 28 at the Dawson County Extension Office, Lexington. All 4-H’ers, ages 8-18, may participate, said Andrea Nisley, UNL Extension

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