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The YMCA of Gothenburg will host their Glow-In-The- Dark Nerf Wars and a target shoot on Sunday, Oct. 25 from 6-7 p.m. Children in grades K-6 are eligable to participate. You can register by Oct. 23 or pay at the door. The price is $5 for members and $10 for nonmembers. Kids should bring their own nerf guns but the Y will provide darts and engineering help.

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The YMCA is looking to bring summer fun all winter long with their 24 team corn hole league. You can register a team for $40 by Oct. 23 and the league is open to anyone 16+. The league will take place on Thursdays from Nov. 5 to Dec. 17 from 6-9 p.m. Teams can register at the YMCA.

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Driving just over the interstate you may have heard the faint sounds of gun fire in the distance on Saturday, Oct. 3. However, the booming in the distance was not coming from an ordinary hunting rife, but from the barrels of several flint lock and 50 caliber black powder rifles.

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SIGNS OF THE TIME: Gothenburg students on their 2020 Homecoming candidates prior to the pep rally held on Friday morning in the PAC where royalty nominees were announced. King candidates are (l-r): Will Anderson, Riley Baker and Owen Geiken. Queen candidates are (l-r): Jaiden Davis, Annika Harm and Maeve McCoy. Student will celebrate Homecoming throughout the week with various spirit days followed by a crowing at the Friday night football game against the Sidney Raiders. CHEYENNE MCVAY

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“One of the few pranks that I pulled as a child was to block someone’s door on Halloween because the man who lived there wouldn’t give me candy,” shared my grandfather, Larry Weyers, as he watched the squirrels scurry around his yard. I love the fact that he always has great stories to tell. I recalled the time when we’d go on long walks at the golf course, picking up stray golf balls along the way. Simple times together like this always made us happy.

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