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Saturday evening supper guests of Scott and Audrey Aden, Kye and Collyns in Gothenburg were Roland and Jan Sheffield, Matthew and Ann Aden, Jared and Molly Aden, Cole and Elliott, Derek, Jordan and Chelsea Aden, all of Farnam; Craig and Crystal Dailey of Kearney and Quenton and Jessica Dailey, Tucker and Allison of Lexington. They celebrated Collyn’s 3rd birthday.

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Nebraska’s agricultural economy rebounding this year and the subsequent property tax relief tied to the economy are among the top agriculture stories of 2021, according to Nebraska Farm Bureau (NEFB). Also making the list is the move to expand broadband, calls for sweeping changes to the cattle markets, and NEFB’s work to halt a proposal that would devastate family farms. “It’s no secret that we’ve seen prog

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Randy and Brenda Edson and Raymond and Mildred Tillotson were Wednesday, Dec. 22nd supper guests of Wes and Jacey Edson, Finnegan and Oliver in Eustis for an early Christmas.

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COVID-19’s appearance in late 2019 shook the world. When positive cases started appearing in America, in 2020, the illness became even more real for those of us in the states. Mask mandates were put into place, quarantines occurred, shutdowns happened, virtual learning became big, and eventually, there were talks about vaccinations. Now, as we go into 2022 we continue to fight COVID and its variants.

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Did your yard meet your expectations last year? For most of us, and almost every year, not entirely. Did you enjoy being out in it? For most of us a big yes, we can hardly imagine not having a green landscape around us. Still, if there’s a way to work less and enjoy more, we’re all in. Here’s a few things some of us who have been gardening a very long time (i.e. we’ve killed more plants than you) are resolving to do this year.

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Self-worth is a vital part of living a healthy life. How we speak to ourselves, and others have the power to alter our way of thinking. It can, quite literally, change our brain chemistry. When I was working for the Cozad school system, the teachers used to like to say, “it’s all about mindset. If you believe you can, then you can. If you believe you can’t, then you can’t.” There’s a lot of truth in that.

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The following passages come from copies of previous publications of the Gothenburg Times, they have been summarized by Ashley Mohler. Each passage has its source and is cited at the end of the passages.

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Q: My father treated me horribly when I was a child, so my relationship with him was strained and distant until the day he died. I never worked things out with him in person, and now I’m struggling with feelings of bitterness, anger and even a little guilt. How can I get past this?

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“There are five children in my family, four brothers and me,” said Grandma Caldwell as she sat at the kitchen table. This surprised me, nott because I hadn’t known about her siblings–it was just that I hadn’t been aware how many of them there were. I wondered out loud how well they got along with one another.

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