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The second installment of Power Lunch commenced with Mark Watje, whose presentation was titled: “Owning Your Value”.

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Gothenburg Chamber Ambassadors Deb Egenberger and Tonya Steuben braved the bitter cold and snow to help with curbside delivery for the Gothenburg Senior Center Valentine’s Day Luncheon.

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

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February 16 - In light of the severe weather conditions affecting our area, The Nebraska Public Power District released this statement at approximately 10:30 am: “Please realize - The extreme cold weather event is ongoing and the conditions with SPP remain fluid, we need to stay prepared for the potential for rotating outages through the next 24-48 hours. Please continue to take all reasonable steps to conserve energy use. We will continue to provide updates as conditions evolve.”

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The time for spring planting alfalfa is just around the corner and two traits often confused, are fall dormancy and winter survival. Last week we covered winter survival, let’s look at fall dormancy today.

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A Calving Workshop “Assisting the Beef Cow at Calving” will be offered February 25, at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds, 5015 W Rodeo Rd Ave., North Platte NE 69101. The program is free admission and sponsored by Nebraska Cattlemen’s Lincoln County Affiliate, Stockman’s Veterinary Clinic, and Nebraska Extension. The program will start with a social at 5:00 p.m., presentations starting at 5:45 pm with a break for dinner at 6:45 pm followed by a final presentation to end at 8:30 p.m. This program is being offered in person and virtually.

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Two bills to change the state’s system of livestock brands would amount to a tax shift, favoring large operators and disfavoring smaller operators, the Independent Cattlemen of Nebraska said at hearings Feb. 9 before the Legislature’s Agriculture Committee.

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