Wreaths were laid. Taps played into the distance. Guns sounded in salute. Members of the community honored those who gave their lives for the nation at a brief Memorial Day

The Gothenburg City Council approved the purchase of new transformer set to be located in the northwest quadrant of the city. There were four bids on the project, and the

100 Years Ago June 4, 1919 The Gothenburg schools were closed several weeks during the influenza epidemics. By keeping open on Saturdays for a time and lengthening the term, the

CHI Health Good Samaritan recognizes nurse Laura McDiarmid, formerly of Gothenburg, as a recent DAISY Award recipient. The award is the result of the partnership between Good Samaritan and the

Irvin and Ruth Ann Hess visited with Alvin Junker, a patient at Cozad Community Hospital, on Monday afternoon. Visitors on Memorial Day afternoon of Ren and Kathy Widick were Ross

Wayne State College included more than 900 students on the dean’s list for exemplary academic achievement during the past semester. Students listed on the dean’s list are full-time undergraduate students

Seven students from various colleges and universities are beginning summer internship programs supported by the Nebraska Corn Board and the Nebraska Corn Growers Association, including two from Gothenburg. Although these