From Nebraska G&P LINCOLN — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has announced it’s considering a mountain lion hunting season. There is currently is proposed 2020 mountain lion hunting season

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The Gothenburg Melons senior team pushed across seven runs in the second inning, fueling them to a 10-7 victory over Holdrege on Sunday at the American Legion Field. The win

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From staff reports KEARNEY — The Gothenburg YMCA summer swim team competed at the Plains Tsunami League meet on Saturday, June 8. SWIMMING Plains Tsunami League Cozad Invitational At Kearney

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SCOTTSBLUFF — Defenses ruled the roost on Saturday during the West Nebraska All-Star football game at Bearcat Stadium. The game was marred by several turnovers, and it marked the first

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The books will be open for the Gothenburg Pony Express rodeo beginning at 10 a.m. Central Daylight Time on June 17. Entries will be taken until 5 p.m. June 17,

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New Gothenburg High School head softball coach Luke Dea just made the first move of his career in education — leaving Kimball behind. “I was looking for a place, and

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COZAD — The Gothenburg summer swim team began the Plains Tsunami League with a meet at Cozad on June 1. The Gothenburg meet will take place on June 15 at

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KEARNEY — Gothenburg High School football player Trenton Harbur didn’t buy into the hype. All week, especially on Twitter, high school football fans and pundits predicted the South would beat

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DUNNING — Two Brady High School girls’ basketball players capped their scholastic careers by competing in the Mid-Nebraska Activities Conference all-star game last Friday. Macey Widick tallied a game-high seven

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