For nearly 70 years, Camp Comeca has provided a scenic recreational facility for church campers, family reunions and other events in the area.
Eleven parents and community members sat down Nov. 6 with Gothenburg Public Schools Superintendent Todd Rhodes, and the conversation quickly turned to enrollment.
As a child, I remember trying to cup my hands together in such a way that I could hold water. No matter how tightly I held the perfect positioning of my hands, water seeped through.
The city continues to take steps to improve public infrastructure, this time approving final plans to replace water and sewer mains on the west side of town.
In the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, the weapons of World War I fell silent as the world declared an armistice.
The 74th Annual Dawson County 4-H Achievement Barbecue was held Oct. 27 at the Lexington Middle School, with 158 members, parents and leaders in attendance.
The 89th Division was unique. It would become known as the Middle West Division, was formed in August 1917, and its members were trained at Camp Funston in Fort Riley, Kansas. Charles Bachmann was one of those men.
Florists in Gothenburg and across the nation randomly surprised people Oct. 24 with the gift of a fresh flower — make that two fresh flowers — and asked the recipient to “petal it forward” by giving one to someone else.
When the public learned in November 2016 that Gothenburg was going to build a YMCA, it came with a commitment that the facility would be accessible to all children in the community.
This weekend, we will experience the annual “fall back” time change when we move our clocks back one hour and transition from daylight saving time to standard time.
Piano students of Linda Grabenstein in Gothenburg and of Karissa Jackson of Cozad presented a public recital Oct. 20 at the Gothenburg High School Performing Arts Center.
Carter Williams was by all accounts a healthy, normal baby boy. His mom, Donica, admits her baby was a little on the fussy side.
As though the snow and the rain of the spring and summer weren’t enough, high winds blowing at a sustained 40 mph recently sent corn stalks to the ground.
Nebraska’s senior U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer will hold local office hours from 1-2 p.m. Oct. 30 at the Wilson Public Library in, 910 Meridian Ave., in Cozad.
What began in the last days of the 20th century has grown into a phenomenon with women of a certain age traveling the country in what some would say are old campers.
With nearly 90 Gothenburg High School students enrolled in its industrial technology program and demand for the courses high, it appears the town’s future workforce is in good standing.
If you are looking for family-friendly activities this Halloween season, Gothenburg has fun options to offer, with lots of hand-carved pumpkins as the common denominator.