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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.

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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. 

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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KEARNEY — There are still spots available for Girl Scouts to take part in the first ever Girl Scouts Love State Parks weekend July 13-14 at various state recreation areas throughout Nebraska.

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LINCOLN — The Nebraska Corn Board is pleased to announce the hiring of Jeff Wilkerson as its director of market development. Wilkerson began his role on July 1.

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