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Dawson County treasurer resigns LEXINGTON— Effective Dec. 31, Sharon Wood will no longer be the Dawson County Treasurer. The Dawson County Commissioners accepted her resignation during their meeting on July 15. She said she is ready to step down. “I am happy to be ready to retire,” Woods said. “I have accomplished what I wanted to do. I completely renovated the office.” The commissioners will discuss, at a later date, the next steps needed to find a replacement for Wood. They thanked her for her service and for the time she has given them to find someone else. Read More...
Ehmen Park beauty, shade enhance market Tables bearing vegetables, fruit, baked goods and more in Ehmen Park greeted customers to the first farmer’s market of the year Thursday. Read More...
Teammates helping TeamMates Renewing friendships and rasing money, all while getting to play at one of the best golf courses in America. Read More...
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AREA NEWS DIGEST

Taken from the columns of area newspapers. Alumni weekend, Crazy Days, carnival & more BROKEN BOW—The weekend of July 9 brought alumni back to Broken Bow to connect with classmates and celebrate...

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Victim not discovered for hours. A former Gothenburg resident, who now lives in Lincoln, was badly injured in a motorcycle accident. The accident, involving 21-year-old Garet James, apparently happened...

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Never a dull moment at the Dawson County Fair

CLOVER CHAT: Several youngsters participate in Clover Kids, a 4-H program for children ages 5-7 years old. Several showed animals and participated in other activities at the Dawson County Fair, which was...

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Ehmen Park beauty, shade enhance market

Tables bearing vegetables, fruit, baked goods and more in Ehmen Park greeted customers to the first farmer’s market of the year Thursday.

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Opinions

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Crucial decisions this session

Greetings District 36. Well, it’s official. The 104th Legislature has adjourned Sine Die and will not convene again until January 2017, so you can breathe easy unless you follow national politics...

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Legislative work not always easy

Greetings District 36. The 104th legislative session adjourned sine die on Wednesday, April 20. I would like to sincerely thank the 11 senators whose terms are completed at the end of this year. Each...

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Breathing a big sigh of relief

Greetings, District 36. Hooray, the 104th Legislative Session is nearly over and everyone can breathe a sigh of relief! The final few days have been long and sometimes contentious. Each senator has worked...

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Sports

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Lincoln Cheer Camp

Superior Effort: The Gothenburg High School Cheerleaders competed in four events at the Lincoln cheer camp: sideline, cheer, extreme routine, and game day. They received superior ratings in all of these...

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As a team closes out the regular season, players want to create momentum for the post season. The Senior Melons did just that, winning two of three last week to close out their regular season schedule....

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Teammates helping TeamMates

Renewing friendships and rasing money, all while getting to play at one of the best golf courses in America.

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Jim Bebensee of Gothenburg and Brandon Siebenneicher of Kearney are the 2016 member-guest champions. They carded a two-day 23 under-par to win the overall title, along with winning the championship flight...

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Brady Happenings

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Brady residents will see an increase in their sewer rates beginning Sept. 1 to help pay for more equipment necessary to make the wastewater collection system function properly. During their monthly meeting...

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Three Brady teachers attend tech conference

Three Brady Public School teachers were among 20,000 educators from around the world to attend the International Society of Technical Education (ISTE) conference in Denver last month. During the four-day...

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They’re at it again

Brady Beauties publish book about their lives. Gloria Marlin met her husband across a breakfast table.

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Agribusiness

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Lincoln—Project SENSE update sessions are planned for several locations across Nebraska. Growers will learn how to outfit and implement the project’s nitrogen management strategy on their...

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Lincoln—Recent findings from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s 2016 custom rates survey show changing prices for machinery operations and related services. The survey summarizes the current...

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Grazing and stewardship require delicate balance

University presenters, farmers and ranch managers will discuss topics related to grazing animals and stewardship of grazing lands during the 16th annual Nebraska Grazing Conference Aug. 9-10 at the Kearney...

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