Chiara Richeson, Seth Daup and Samuel Aden of Gothenburg received the Believers and Achievers award sponsored by the NSAA and U.S. Bank.

Local Pool Players Earn Second Place

PRETTY GOOD POOL PLAYERS: Taking second place and a cash prize the Western Nebraska APA 8-Ball World Qualifier held at Eagles Club in North Platte.was “Hot Shots” out of Bar W in Gothenburg. Team members are: (l-r) Jimmy Smith, Raygene Koch, Joe Shirley, Bart Koch and Rick Lambertus. Not shown are Elly Smith and Ira Surridge. Follow the Western Nebraska APA Pool Leagues on Facebook, or call 308-344-4811 for more information. (Contributed photo)

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LINCOLN – Beginning October 1, Nebraska drivers after renewing their driver license will have the option to print their temporary license at home. Previously, when renewing a driver license online, the only way to obtain a temporary driver license while waiting for the new license to be printed and delivered, was to visit a DMV office. To accommodate the added convenience, design changes have been made to the temporary license to ensure it can be printed at home from any standard printer. The new design will be printable on an 8.5x11 sheet of paper and will no longer feature a photo.

‘Let’s just say, I had very terrible teeth’

“No, I haven’t even heard of those,” responded my grandpa, Leon Vogel, as he sat in his chair looking very confused but also displaying a bit of a fake pout. For the life of him, he couldn’t remember any of the clothes about which I was asking: flairs, Nehru shirts, and parachute pants were just not part of his vocabulary. Let’s just say, I found out my grandpa had no fashion sense when he was growing up. Jeans, a button up shirt, and either boots or sneakers are all I’ve ever seen him wear. Even in pictures from when I was a baby, it’s all he wore; but of course there is nothing wrong with it because it makes my grandpa who he is.

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Overeaters Anonymous meets weekly on Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. on conference calls during the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information contact 308-529-0725.

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All students who come to games and activities are asked to wear a mask. In order to keep our students and families safe, all junior high and elementary students must sit in the bleachers rather than play or walk around during the game. Students may use the restroom or go to the concession stand during natural breaks in the game or activity (such as quarters or halftime or between sets in volleyball) but must find their way back to the bleachers while the game is in progress.

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• Early Dismissal: Wednesdays, October 7, 14, 21 and 28 will be 2:30 dismissals. • Picture retake day is scheduled for Friday, October, 9.