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Facing gridlock, Italy turns to Norris’ proposal

Mail: Thanks from the Poe family

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Guest opinion: Ethanol policy and the economy

UNL hosts climate agriculture workshop Nov. 19 in Holdrege

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Juvenile center closes, reasons unknown (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Bridging the Gap, a North Platte business that opened in July to help juveniles who are on probation, has closed, leaving another gap in the help they were to provide. ...More

 
Stapleton woman dies in head-on collision

A woman was killed late Wednesday morning in a violent traffic collision three miles north of North Platte. ...More

 
Large distribution center coming to North Platte (7 Talk Back Entries 7)

Preliminary construction is underway for a distribution center that will open in North Platte in 10 months. ...More

 
 
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Maxwell water tower requires extensive repair (3 Talk Back Entries 3)
 
North Platte man charged with assault, high bond set (4 Talk Back Entries 4)
 
Weekend police report: North Platte man beats cop car with head
 
Teen charged with using shovel as weapon
 
Weekend report: North Platte man charged with insurance fraud (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
 
Hagel resigns as U.S. Defense Secretary (18 Talk Back Entries 18)
 
Johnson wins seat on Maxwell village board
 
Accused forger released on bond
 
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Dance fundraiser set to fight childhood cancer research

Optimists offer Christmas trees for sale

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Football playoffs: Anselmo-Merna downs Maxwell in semifinals

Knights run past Midland JV

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The man who launched Rail Fest speaks eloquently of how to go about making Lincoln County and North Platte a better place -- for residents as well as tourists. Dave Harrold wants us to think it -- and do it. Also, Brady volleyball coach Lynne Johnson talks about her teams that have qualified four straight years for the state tournament... a look at the steadily growing Prairie Arts Center... a look back at this time in 1947, when the USA sent food to war-torn Italy and France on the Friendship Train that stopped in North Platte... a tribute to Sally Thalkan, the now retired volleyball coach at North Platte Community College... plus crazy crimes, neat events and much more.

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