Mother Nature struck Nebraska with a fury late last week, causing flooding, high winds and a blizzard which led to destruction across the state. Those in Dawson County were largely

She’s an EMT, an advocate for military families and enjoys time on the family farm. Meet Amber Montoya, the newest member of the Gothenburg Times staff. She joined the newspaper

It’s simply a part of her day, like getting up and brushing her teeth. She simply says to herself, “I’m gonna walk today.” Maureen Lariviere has been walking almost every

Greetings District 36. It is refreshing seeing all the snow melt away, and warmer temperatures return to Nebraska. This past week I was able to attend a luncheon honoring McDaniel

In like a lion, out like a lamb. Or is it the other way around? I ask myself this every year. If April showers bring May flowers, what do March

Bronson and Bentley Arnold of Kearney are Sunday to Wednesday houseguests of grandparents, Gary and Brenda Davis.   Betty Hoppe-Stevens attended the funeral of Swede Fastenau at Bertrand on Friday.

The advice that grandma Kathy Suhr gave me was, “Keep up the hard work and keep close to your family. My first full-time job wasn’t until I became a barber,

A new series of articles, Charting Commodities, is going to cover the basics of some of the more common indicators used in technical analysis. As a starting point, I realize

Cattle producers base major decisions such as calving season on expected economic outcomes which include productivity, input costs, personal capability, individual preferences, markets, and so on. Calving systems are generally

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