Updates from the Gothenburg YMCA

To comply with local health department orders and the local Directed Health Measure, the YMCA at Gothenburg Health will be closed at least through M ay 11. They ask that you all stay safe, stay home if possible and follow safety precautions (handwashing, masks, etc.) to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus in our community.

Article Image Alt Text

OMAHA, NE - Governor Pete Ricketts has declared April as Donate Life Month in Nebraska. Donate Life Month is a national observance to share the importance of registering to be an organ, tissue and eye donor, honor deceased and living donors and recognize the lifesaving and healing gift of transplantation.

Article Image Alt Text

Greetings District 36. With the Legislature in temporary adjournment I have had the opportunity to spend some time reflecting on what has changed during the past 6 weeks, and what will change in our future. On March 12th, day 40 of the 60 day legislative session, we adjourned not knowing when we would be brought back into session. While we did come back to quickly pass legislation creating the pandemic emergency fund, the session remains suspended as we wait to see when and how things will begin to open back up.

Article Image Alt Text

Q: I know several couples who have gotten divorced when we all thought they were perfectly matched. But others have stuck together when I thought there was no way they would. Why do you think some marriages work and some don’t?

Article Image Alt Text

If you know my grandmother, Carolyn Peterson, you know how she follows the rules and very rarely does anything wrong. Some may expect that her childhood would’ve been a rebellious one since she’s so calm now. That, however, was not the case.

Article Image Alt Text

Q: I try to avoid conflict, especially with my spouse. But we still argue sometimes. It makes me worry and wonder if this is a sign our relationship is struggling. What’s your take?

Article Image Alt Text

Greetings District 36. COVID-19 continues to affect many aspects of our daily lives. Please remember to continue to practice social distancing, wash your hands, and clean often-used surfaces. Also, be aware of Directed Health Measures in place across the State that prohibit gatherings of over 10 people. We know the measures in place are to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and to keep you and your fellow Nebraskans safe and healthy. There are currently 523 positive cases in the State of Ne braska. The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services reports three cases in Custer County, one in Dawson County, and twenty-eight in Buffalo County.

Article Image Alt Text

LINCOLN - “We are actively recruiting registered voters interested in serving as poll workers,” stated Secretary of State Bob Evnen. “Conducting fair and impartial elections that are well organized and professionally managed would be impossible without the thousands of dedicated poll workers who serve on Election Day.”

Pages