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GOTHENBURG’S OWN Marci Bartlett recorded a top-three finish in barrel racing at the Pony Express Rodeo last Thursday. Bartlett, a member of the rodeo committee, recorded a blazing time of 17.45 seconds. 

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100 Years Ago

July 9, 1919

The Gothenburg town band held a concert in the city park and drew a large crowd, who congratulated the players on the size and quality of the band that year.

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Mitch and Michele Arnold, Logan, Huston, Bronson and Bentley of Kearney and Sarah, Ansley and Taylot Petr of Hastings were houseguests of Gary and Brenda Davis over the July 4th holiday. The kids all stayed until Sunday to visit with grandparents.

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Gothenburg has been named a 2019 All-America City finalist, which is undoubtedly a prestigious accolade for this community of 3,574.

During the city council meeting on Tuesday, June 18, leaders approved a $20,000 revolving loan fund complete with a resolution on the matter.

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THE CITY of Gothenburg recently approved a final payment for a complete solar grid project in the southwestern corner of the city. The nearly $750,000 grid will allow the city to be less dependent on purchasing power from other sources.

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TheGothenburgFarmers Market summer run at Eh-men Park is set to begin on Thursday, July 11.

The markets will be held from 4:30-6:30 p.m. every Thursday thereafter through September 12.

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Times Contributor

In a town the size of Gothenburg, ladies can be hard pressed to find a reputable clothing store that’s both locally owned and offers trendy clothes at fair prices.

However, for six years ladies have been able to enjoy the “charm” of Charm Boutique.

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BRIELLA NELSON of Gothenburg jumps into the air during Dino O’Dell’s performance at left. At right, another local youngster places his right foot, sneaker and all, inside a drum machine at the end of Dino O’Dell’s  performance.

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