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Cyanotype: Cameraless Photography

SOAKING UP THE SUN, LITERALLY: Khris Pelzer and her grandsons, Evan and Carter, teamed up with the sunshine that has been warming up Gothenburg to make cyanotype photographs. The photographs are made by collecting items found in nature. The boys hunted for their items at Lake Helen, then placed them on the paper coated with light sensitive chemicals. After allowing the paper to soak up some sunrays, the objects were removed and the paper was rinsed to reveal the photo of the object. “I remember doing this kind of art when I was in school and thinking it was really cool,” shared Khris, who is discovering that having a schedule is helping them stay on track with their schoolwork.

Mother and Daughter: A legacy of Family First

Susan Golter and her mom Barbara Gutherless have a family history of living in Brady. Susan has lived here all her life, minus a short 6 months in Lincoln after getting married. Barbara has lived between Maxwell and Brady and then Brady these last couple of years. The mom and daughter duo are both graduates of Brady Schools. Barbara (Bobbie) graduated in 1949 and Susan (Susie) Golter graduated in 1970. While they value their Brady history, it is their determination to put family first that has created their shared legacy.

ON THE ROAD AGAIN: While many trucks that haul livestock or grain have had workloads slowed, freight haulers with supplies deemed “essential” are staying busy. New Nebraska DOT regulations have been put into place to help drivers be able to continue to work.

Industries across the nation have been affected by the rapid spread of COVID-19. Stores have shut down, restau- rants closed, schools called to a halt, the majority of all public entities are being put on hold while the nation waits for this pandemic to clear out.

Big wheels keep on turnin’

Industries across the nation have been affected by the rapid spread of COVID-19. Stores have shut down, restaurants closed, schools called to a halt, the majority of all public entities are being put on hold while the nation waits for this pandemic to clear out.

CHALKING AROUND THE PARKING LOT

MAKING THEIR MARK: The Gothenburg High School Senior class was invited to “leave their mark” with chalk last Friday afternoon Students had the opportunity to color and personalize their parking spot with chalk donated from Dollar General. Bryn Schlake said, “My favorite part was to see all of my classmates. With everything that has been going on, just having the face to face communication was exactly what I needed.” Graduation has been set for August 1st, at 7:00 p.m. Additional photos on page A4. SHILOH SCHULTZ

Traveling concert attracts all ages, and faces

SHE’S GOT THE LOOK: Brett (left) and Clay Terrell watched as singer Rascal Martinez perfomed during the traveling concert hosted by the Sun Theatre last Friday night. Little Brett isn’t quite sure what to think of it all! Additional photos on page A8. SHILOH SCHULTZ

SENIOR PARKING LOT CHALK PARTY

Seniors at GHS spent the afternoon of Friday, April 24th chalking quotes, pictures and other designs in their parking stalls. The students are nearing the end of their high school careers.

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