Nebraska District 36 Republican State Senator Matt Williams recalled the overall history of Gothenburg at the citywide celebration commemorating its All-America City status.


The “25 Years of Finding Silver Linings” Relay For Life will be Friday, July 19, at Ehmen Park in Gothenburg. 

WITH CONSTRUCTION recently completed on new office space at Nebraska Salt & Grain on 16th Street, the Gothenburg Chamber Ambassadors presented a “Thank You For Your Faith Award” to the firm on Thursday, July 11.

Pat and Ron Binning of Bethel, Ohio arrived July 7th to visit with family members, Betty Hoppe-Stevens, Irvin and Ruth Ann Hess and Sally Thomas. 

LINCOLN — The July weather pattern is offering challenges this week for feedlot operators and cattle producers, and the University of Nebraska Extension Office has issued a heat stress advisory.

THE GOTHENBURG Volunteer Fire Department produced one heck of a show over Lake Helen last Thursday, bringing the annual Pony Express Rodeo to a spectacular big fi nish.

The Gothenburg Improvement Company has announced there will be a citywide celebration in honor of the community being named an All-America City.

The event will take place from 5-7 p.m. Thursday at the YMCA at Gothenburg Health, and the public is welcome to attend.

The city began a sidewalk inspection program in 2016, which is currently moving along at a brisk pace.

Two waves of inspections have or will soon take place.

KYLER HORN, a Brady High School student, competed at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, Calif., during the period from June 30-July 4. Horn earned the gold medal in her star event, recycle and redesign.