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Connecting with colleagues Williams learns relationship ropes in Unicameral. Imagine spending time with the same people from sun up to sun down for months, often eating together and socializing outside of work. Read the Full Story
Council waives yearly lease for Pony Express Station A $2,500 rental fee the Gothenburg Chamber of Commerce paid to the city for the Pony Express Station will no longer be charged. At their April 7 meeting, the Gothenburg City Council agreed to waive the fee for 2015 so the city wouldn’t have to operate the station. Read the Full Story
Getting the itch to plant? Experts suggest green thumbs wait until mid-May for most plants Spring-like temperatures can taunt even the most seasoned gardener into planting flowers and vegetables. Read the Full Story
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Local News

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A Grand Island man has come forward to claim the $100,000 Nebraska Pick 5 prize that came from a ticket purchased in Gothenburg. Justin Cramer of Grand Island recently won $100,000 playing Nebraska Pick...

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AREA NEWS DIGEST

Taken from the news columns of area newspapers. Rialto Theatre demolition approved COZAD—Members of the Cozad City Council recently approved the demolition of Cozad’s Rialto Theatre. Plans...

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Connecting with colleagues

Williams learns relationship ropes in Unicameral. Imagine spending time with the same people from sun up to sun down for months, often eating together and socializing outside of work. Different ideas...

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Council waives yearly lease for Pony Express Station

A $2,500 rental fee the Gothenburg Chamber of Commerce paid to the city for the Pony Express Station will no longer be charged. At their April 7 meeting, the Gothenburg City Council agreed to waive the...

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Opinions

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Sexual assault is a devastating crime that is committed with shocking frequency in our society. According to the RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) website, one in six women in America will...

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Have you been a part of Denim Days at your place of business? Denim Days allows you to break the dress code and wear jeans to your place of business. The only catch is you have to pay a dollar and the...

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(EDITOR’S NOTE: This did not arrive in time for last week’s issue.) Please, help to save the concrete railing on the southeast side of Lake Helen. Drive up Lake Avenue today. This fence,...

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Sports

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Shorthanded Swedes finish fifth in Broken Bow

The Gothenburg boys track team was without a few key contributors at Thursday’s Broken Bow Invitational, but the Swedes still managed to finish in fifth place with 32 points. The host Indians finished...

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Gothenburg sweeps jump events against Lex, Kearney, NP Gothenburg’s Jordan Lauer took first place in both the long jump and triple jump at a reserve meet that also featured Lexington, Kearney and...

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Gothenburg golf coach Dan Scherer elected to take his varsity golfers to Sidney on April 7 to get an early look at the district course. That left his reserve golfers to handle a previously scheduled dual...

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Gothenburg girls finish fourth

A slew of second-place results helped the Gothenburg girls track and field team to finish fourth at Thursday’s meet in Broken Bow. McKenna Peterson got the Swedes started with a second place result...

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Brady Happenings

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Dream On

Jessica Most (left) dismisses Miguel Reese (right) while Hope Hannon looks on during a practice of Brady High School’s “A Super Groovy Night’s Dream,” Monday night. The play will...

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Fee added for alcohol on site. A $25 fee will be added to the community center’s rental rate for any event serving alcohol. At the April 8 Brady Village Board meeting, the trustees also decided...

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New first grade teacher to start in August. The Brady school board filled one of its four vacancies Monday night when it approved the hiring of Toni Hottovy as a first grade teacher during Monday night’s...

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Agribusiness

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LINCOLN—Ethanol advocates from across the nation came together in Washington, DC in late March as part of a “Biofuels Beltway March” to share their ethanol stories and communicate the...

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This marks the 24th year of the Nebraska Extension Pesticide Container Recycling Program. The program recycles 1- and 2.5-gallon plastic pesticide containers and 15-, 30- and 55-gallon plastic crop protection...

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Nebraska corn growers intend to plant 9.30 million acres this year, unchanged from 2014, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Soybean planted acreage is expected to...

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