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Greetings District 36. The 106th Legislature, first session, adjourned Sine Die on Friday, May 31st. Just like the winter and spring weather in Nebraska, this could be described as a

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You probably didn’t know Frank LaMere, the 69-year-old Native American activist who was a member of the Winnebago Tribe of Northeast Nebraska. He died recently of cancer. You may have

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Q: My son just graduated from high school and is planning on leaving for college. However, he has also gotten his girlfriend pregnant. They’re both 18, and neither one of

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A Happy Birthday Thanks for all the cards, phone calls, and all who attended my 80th Birthday Open House. Your friendship over the years is very special. God bless each

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Want to make your voice known? Email letters to the editor to [email protected], drop them by our office at 406 10th Street in Gothenburg, or mail them to Gothenburg Times,

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Governor Pete Ricketts and First Lady Susanne Shore want to recognize Nebraskans who played a role in the recovery from the bomb cyclone that struck the state in March and

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Kenneth and Doris Bellamy, Irvin and Ruth Ann Hess and Jerry and Jackie Cox were among those attending Preston Penner’s 2nd birthday party at the Farnam Park on Saturday afternoon.

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Greetings District 36. The Legislature adjourned Sine Die last week. I’m very proud of the budget we approved during the session but disappointed that we were not able to come

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“The more things change, the more they stay the same.” The above comment is considered an aphorism by famed French critic and journalist Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr. That line also is

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