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The Gothenburg Chamber of Commerce welcomes new leadership for the board of directors and two new board members this month. Ben Kampschnieder will lead the Chamber board in 2020. Kampschnieder

In an effort to improve internal efficiencies and to serve you, our advertisers and our community more effectively, The Gothenburg Times begins delivering the paper to subscribers on Thursday instead

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ARNOLD COUPLE Richard and Paige Schweitzer welcomed their new arrival, Elias Clyde Schweitzer on Tuesday, January 21. Gifts for the family were donated courtesy of local businesses and will be

BRADY — Originally, village of Brady board of trustees members thought they needed to draft an ordinance change to allow Sunday morning liquor sales. However, the board of trustees scrapped

The Gothenburg Early Childhood Learning Coalition’s “Service Array Service Day” originally scheduled to be held in Gothenburg last Friday was postponed due to hazardous travel conditions, and has been reset

Christi Jo Nichols was last seen alive on Dec. 10, 1987, and the Gothenburg Police Department is still seeking help with this “cold case.” The Dawson County Sheriff’s Office, the

LINCOLN — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has announced there will be a live-stream of a “big game presentation” at 7 p.m. Jan. 23. The commission has invited hunters

The Dawson County Democratic Party will meet at 10:30 a.m. on February 1 at the Wilson Public Library, 910 Meridian Ave., Cozad. The first-Saturday of the month. On the agenda

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100 Years Ago January 21st, 1920 (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) That marketing problems are being given more and more attention by state governments is shown by

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Cover crops can be used to benefit multiple aspects of your operation. However, in order to see notable improvement, specific areas you want to progress must be outlined so that