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Gothenburg girls do well at Don Bader Invite LEXINGTON—Longtime Lexington High School track coach Don Bader loved the high jump. Read More...
Rotarians clean canal WORK DAY: The Rotary district declared April as Clean Water Month to raise awareness about the need for clean water around the world. Read More...
Students medal at state Science Olympiad LINCOLN—Ten Brady students competed in the state Science Olympiad contest in Lincoln on Saturday with several bringing home medals. Read More...
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Local News

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Former Times publisher earns highest NPA honor

Newspaper receives several awards. KEARNEY—The former publisher of The Times said he was surprised Friday evening when the Nebraska Press Association presented him with the organization’s...

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World spins out of order for kids with autism

Occupational therapist says cases of the disability have skyrocketed. First in a two-part series. Having autism is like falling through Alice’s looking glass in “Alice in Wonderland.” “The...

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AREA NEWS DIGEST

Taken from the columns of area newspapers. Muscle Man Volleyball raises funds and fun COZAD—Hawaiian shirts, backward hats and even knee pads were all found on the hardcourt during the second annual...

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Choral concert

CONTEST SOLO: At the Gothenburg High School spring choral concert Monday night in the performing arts center, students performed pieces from the District Music Contest at Sutherland Friday. Pictured is...

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Opinions

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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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Strenuous session winding to a close

Greetings District 36. Issues continue to move through the Nebraska Legislature at a hectic pace. With only a handful of days left in this session, some would say we are winding down. I would suggest that...

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Sports

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MCCOOK—Heritage Hills Golf Course is the home of this year’s B-4 district, where the Gothenburg boys golf team will compete in mid-May. “It’s important that we get a chance to...

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GHS Sports Schedule 2015-2016

BOYS GOLF Mar. 22—North Platte Invite Fourth, 357 Mar. 29—at Lexington (Lakeside) Fourth—357 Apr. 5—BROKEN BOW, W 179-191 Apr. 7—at St. Pat’s, cancelled Apr.8—at...

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Home course proves to be tough on Swedes

Sometimes home field advantage isn’t necessarily an advantage for high school golfers. The Gothenburg Swede golf team hosted the 14-team Gothenburg Invite on Thursday. The Swedes finished fourth...

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Boys continue to work hard

Sometimes growth comes from breaking out of the comfort zone. “I was pleased that so many guys were willing to step up and do things they hadn’t done before,” said coach Roger Koehler...

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Brady Happenings

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Students medal at state Science Olympiad

LINCOLN—Ten Brady students competed in the state Science Olympiad contest in Lincoln on Saturday with several bringing home medals.

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SUTHERLAND—Brady High School musicians earned a dozen top ratings during the Class D District IV music contest in Sutherland last week. Vocal soloists Kalyssa Most, Case Axthelm, Jada Horn, Elizabeth...

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Paving back on the table

Savings on lagoon repairs will pay for street projects.  Brady residents are going to get more paved streets after all. Despite being removed from the one- and six-year road plan in February, the board...

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Agribusiness

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A May 11 Nebraska Extension crop scout training course will provide crop scouts an opportunity to enhance their skills. The training is designed for entry level scouts who will be working for crop consultants,...

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Increasing temperatures this spring have allowed for winter annual weeds to become more apparent in local fields and pastures. A few days ago, a local producer asked Extension officials to identify some...

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The Nebraska Corn Board presented its annual awards to five individuals and organizations during its Cooperator and Awards Dinner in Lincoln last week. For 25 years, the Nebraska Corn Board has acknowledged...

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