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100 Years Ago September 17, 1919 The Epworth League announced plans to hold a “Hard Times Carnival” in the M.E. church basement on Friday night of that week. All were

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One of the best and longest standing traditions at the Harvest Festival — the Dog-N-Jog — will take place on Thursday, Sept. 19. The run will begin at 8 p.m.,

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The Gothenburg City Council presented the 2020 fiscal year-ending budget in front of a public hearing on Tuesday evening. This was after a pair of work sessions as city officials

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Gothenburg Police Department Sergeant Tim Langley presented a prospective new officer before the city council during a regularly scheduled meeting on Sept. 3. Langley brought Brandi Coufal forward, and city

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With corn delivered from Page Peterson boiling inside a pot, the Gothenburg High School FFA chapter began the 2019-20 academic calendar with a kickoff supper. In addition to the dinner,

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City of Gothenburg councilors met twice last week to begin hammering out the 2020 fiscal year budget. The council conducted a budget workshop on Tuesday, Aug. 27, and they had

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The YMCA at Gothenburg Health is offering plenty of programs for the entire family throughout the fall of 2019. Here are some offerings. School Day Out There will be a

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I was nine years old and every day when I went to school I stopped and petted a dog and every day after school — I always took a piece

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