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Big shots bring big bucks for TeamMates A late addition to tournament, she coaxes reward from Steve Taylor Former four-time British Open winner Bobby Locke is attributed with coining the popular golf phrase “you drive for show but putt for dough.” Read the Full Story
GHS grad learns lots about public health Daharsh attends Rotary’s world affairs seminar in Wisconsin Carlin Daharsh’s generation is the first in the history of the Western world not expected to outlive their parents. Read the Full Story
Celebration of Hope Dawson County Relay For Life raises nearly $75,000 to fight cancer FIGHTERS FOR FISHER: Fifty Gothenburg Memorial Hospital employees made up the team “Fighting for Fisher” at the 20th Annual Dawson County Relay For Life which was Friday night and Saturday morning on the north end of Lake Helen. Read the Full Story
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GHS grad attends Corn Congress in D.C.

McPheeters travels with other ag leaders Kerry McPheeters, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln junior, recently traveled with other young agricultural leaders to Washington D.C. There they attended Corn...

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Taken from the news columns of area newspapers. Historic coach to carry special passengers COZAD—The Concord Touring Coach, often called a “Stagecoach” will ride again in the annual...

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GHS grad learns lots about public health

Daharsh attends Rotary’s world affairs seminar in Wisconsin Carlin Daharsh’s generation is the first in the history of the Western world not expected to outlive their parents.

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Celebration of Hope

Dawson County Relay For Life raises nearly $75,000 to fight cancer FIGHTERS FOR FISHER: Fifty Gothenburg Memorial Hospital employees made up the team “Fighting for Fisher” at the 20th Annual...

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Opinions

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When life slams into you

Charles M. Schulz once compared life to a 10-speed bike. “Most of us have gears we never use,” said the famous cartoonist and creator of the comic strip “Peanuts.” I often feel...

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The Environmental Protection Agency recently released regulations to limit carbon dioxide emissions at existing power plants that will lead to more expensive electricity for all of us. That’s why...

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Before leaving office, President George W. Bush signed the “William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008.” Bush (an open borders advocate) and a compassionate,...

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Sports

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Ali Clark is racing toward officiating career

A snowstorm that rocked the East Coast in 2010 may have served as the starting gun of the track and field officiating career of Gothenburg’s Ali Clark. With the troublesome weather, some officials...

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Big shots bring big bucks for TeamMates

A late addition to tournament, she coaxes reward from Steve Taylor Former four-time British Open winner Bobby Locke is attributed with coining the popular golf phrase “you drive for show but putt...

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Bryce Larson competes at new weight class in Maine

Gothenburg High sophomore-to-be Bryce Larson has spent a lot of his summer on a wrestling mat. He’s also spent a good portion of his summer vacation getting to the mat. After wrestling in an area...

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On Tuesday, some of the area’s top young golfers teed it up at Wild Horse golf course for the Junior Club Championship. The number of holes played varied from nine to one. Jake Scherer shot 51...

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Brady Happenings

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Brady Days celebrates 125th anniversary of village founding

There’s much to celebrate during Brady Days 2014. The annual festival, which is Aug. 1-3, will commemorate the 125th anniversary of the founding of Brady Island. Organized in 1889, Brady Island...

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At its latest board meeting last Wednesday, the village of Brady received an award from the West Central Nebraska Development District. Director Karl Elmshaeuser gave the community the Horizon award,...

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Brady students will need to enter school with a little more change in their pocket after the school board followed the state’s suggestion Monday night and increased the price of lunch and milk or...

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Agribusiness

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The 2014 High Plains Nutrition & Management Roundtable will be hosted Aug. 28 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln West Central Water Research Field Laboratory near Brule. The theme is “Focus on...

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Several areas within the Central Platte Natural Resources District continued to show signs of drought when spring water levels were taken in April and May, reported Shane Max, resources conservationist,...

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State Fair to open interactive display about agriculture

New learning experience at state fairgrounds Raising Nebraska has been announced as the official name for the new 25,000 square foot interactive display about Nebraska agriculture that debuts at the 2014...

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