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On stage of famous concert hall GHS student performs at Carnegie Hall. Margeaux Belanger cannot verbalize what it was like to sing on the stage of Carneigie Hall.   But she tried during a break from morning band practice last Wednesday.   Read the Full Story
High-life tiger DOUBLE TAKE: A white tiger has appeared in various locations around a house at 1103 Ave. G, causing motorists and others to look twice. The large stuffed animal is seen in various places around the home of Antonio Gonzalez. Read the Full Story
FFA members learn leadership skills Twelve Gothenburg High School FFA members attended the NPower Leadership Conference at East Campus in Lincoln on July 15 and 16. A partnership between HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) and the Nebraska FFA Association, the conference included students from organizations such as FFA, FBLA, FCCLA, HOSA, 4-H, DECA, and others. Read the Full Story
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Eastside offers cremation services

Service offered since last September. More requests from customers is the reason Eastside Animal Center decided to offer cremation. The veterinary clinic started doing cremations last September. Until...

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Anyone in Gothenburg with landline phone service through Pinpoint may have noticed they were unable to make or receive calls for much of Monday night, except for dialing 911. Service was out for all Pinpoint...

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LEXINGTON — An opportunity to save approximately $500 per month for Internet service has prompted Dawson County commissioners to approve a contact with a relatively new fiber optic provider. The...

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If the Nebraska Public Service Commission and similar boards in three other states approve a $1.89 million buyout, SourceGas will operate under the name Black Hills Energy after the expected close of the...

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Opinions

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The peppiest camp around

Warm memories of Goodall Cedar Point Camp swirl high in my mind this summer like the smoke from the campfire we sat around, singing all kinds of songs under the Milky Way. One favorite, which always got...

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A déjà vu moment becomes reality

There’s something incredibly familiar about this place — almost like déjà vu. Déjà vu is a French phrase that literally means “already seen.” Americans use the label to describe...

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In following the discussion over the destruction or preservation of the historic concrete rail at Lake Helen, I recalled an inscription I once read on a memorial. It said “Future generations will...

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Sports

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Forty-two young players participated in Wild Horse Golf Club’s annual junior golf championship last week. INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1-Hole Flight Boys Gabe Smith 9 Jack Aden 10 Troyton Hillius 11 Maverix...

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Members of the Gothenburg Swim Team ended their season with a tidal wave of awards during the Plains tSunami Swim League championship meet hosted by Lexington on Saturday, July 18. The local team medaled...

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The Gothenburg Seniors hoped to finish the regular season on a high note and carry some momentum into this weekend’s B-6 Area American Legion Baseball Tournament. Unfortunately for the Melons, that’s...

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A fitting tribute

Former Huskers swing clubs to raise funds for TeamMates, honor event founder Adrian Fiala. Adrian Fiala would have no doubt been beyond proud Saturday as his friends and former teammates came together...

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Brady Happenings

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Property owners in Brady who have not corrected nuisances identified under the village ordinance will soon receive a certified letter notifying them of noncompliance. The nuisance ordinance requires notification...

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Plans coming together for 2015 version of Brady Days

There’s so much to do, you might as well block off the entire weekend. The 2015 version of Brady Days kicks off with a sidewalk chalk contest on Friday, July 31, and keeps everyone busy right on...

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What’s inside?

TIME CAPSULE OPENED: Students at Brady Public Schools donated items for a time capsule 26 years ago during the centennial celebration for the village. Items inside the capsule will be on display during...

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Agribusiness

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Nebraska Natural Resources Districts Tree Planting Numbers Reach 95 Million! Twenty-three natural resources districts have planted an estimated 95 million trees in Nebraska since being created by the...

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Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced that beginning Sept. 1, farmers and ranchers can apply for financial assistance to help conserve working grasslands, rangeland and pastureland while maintaining...

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that over 98.2% of producers have met the 2014 Farm Bill requirement to certify conservation compliance to qualify for crop insurance premium support...

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