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Kaleb R. Slaymaker
5/11/18
Name: Kaleb R. Slaymaker
Booking date: 5/11/18
Arresting agency: North Platte Police
Bond amount: $2,500
Charges: Criminal mischief. Shoplifting. Disturbing the peace.
Andyserrel Carter, Jr.
06/18/18
Name: Andyserrel Carter, Jr.
Booking date: 06/18/18
Arresting agency: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
Bond amount: Sentenced to penitentiary
Charges: Aggravated assault - gun. Firing weapon. Use of weapon to commit felony.
Charles J. Lockhart
06/18/18
Name: Charles J. Lockhart
Booking date: 06/18/18
Arresting agency: Lincoln County Court
Bond amount: $5,000
Charges: Failure to Appear
Anthony D. Rico
06/18/18
Name: Anthony D. Rico
Booking date: 06/18/18
Arresting agency: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
Bond amount: Pending court
Charges: Failure to Appear
Cristian M. Vera
06/18/18
Name: Cristian M. Vera
Booking date: 06/18/18
Arresting agency: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
Bond amount: Sentenced to penitentiary
Charges: Aggravated assault - weapon. Illegal possession of weapon. Use of weapon to commit felony
Top News Stories More Local News

Young North Platte man sentenced to prison in shooting(239 views)

by: Joe Chitwood - June 18, 2018
Christian Vera was sentenced Monday to 2-5 years imprisonment for second-degree assault in shooting his 18-year-old cousin in the head in March 2017.
 

NSP seeks help finding suspect (updated)(1543 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 18, 2018
The Nebraska State Patrol is seeking the public’s help in finding a man wanted for first-degree assault, kidnapping and related charges.
 

Grants recommended for Prairie Arts Center ( 1) (198 views)

by: George Lauby - June 18, 2018
After an hour of discussion Monday afternoon, a citizen’s advisory committee agreed to recommend two grants for the Prairie Arts Center, totaling $275,000.
 

NBland Days: Competitive art show opens downtown(136 views)

by: George Lauby - June 18, 2018
The Nebraskaland Days Competitive Art Show opened Sunday evening at the downtown Art and Gift Gallery, with 134 entries from artists in a wide area.
 

Family Night to be held under roof(381 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 18, 2018
 

Nebraskaland Days parade(1042 views)

by: Joe Chitwood - June 17, 2018
The spirit was strong Saturday during the parade celebrating the 50th anniversary of Nebraskaland Days in North Platte, despite stout winds, heat and humidity.
 

Nebraskaland Days parade, pt 2(1150 views)

by: Joe Chitwood - June 17, 2018
More photos from the Nebraskaland Days parade: 
 

Nebraskaland Days parade, pt 3(811 views)

by: Joe Chitwood - June 17, 2018
More photos of the Nebraskaland Days parade Saturday:
 

Nebraskaland Days parade, pt 4(749 views)

by: Joe Chitwood - June 17, 2018
More photos of the Nebraskaland Days Parade Saturday:
 

Dale Studley award goes to Doc Thompson(859 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 15, 2018
A North Platte man who has volunteered his time as veterinarian for more than 20 years to the PRCA Hall of Fame Buffalo Bill Rodeo committee received the Dale Studley Memorial Award Friday.
 

Antique cars on parade ( 1) (1082 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 15, 2018
Restored and customized vehicles started showing up at 9 a.m. Friday for the annual Nebraskaland Days Buffalo Bill Kiwanis Antique Car Show at Memorial Park.
 

Antique car parade, part 2(695 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 15, 2018
More photos of the cars on parade downtown Friday during Nebraskaland Days:
 

Nebraskaland Days: Schedule of events(2597 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 15, 2018
A rundown of events during the state’s official celebration.
 

Gravel pit near Maxwell fosters flood concerns(2121 views)

by: George Lauby - June 14, 2018
One man was ejected from a long Lincoln County Planning Commission hearing Tuesday evening about a proposed, privately owned gravel pit in a flood-prone area near Old Military Road in the Platte River south of Maxwell.
 

Petition circulates to add two more county commissioners ( 3) (1364 views)

by: George Lauby - June 14, 2018
A petition drive is underway to expand the number of Lincoln County Commissioners from three to five.
 

Merriman woman earns Miss Rodeo title(632 views)

by: Heather Johnson (North Platte Community College) - June 14, 2018
Eva Oliver is Miss Rodeo Nebraska 2019.
 

Entertainment around town(527 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 13, 2018
A rundown of entertainment in North Platte and Lincoln County.
 

Sjeklocha named Miss Teen Rodeo Nebraska(765 views)

by: Heather Johnson (North Platte Community College) - June 13, 2018
A Hayes Center teenager has been named Miss Teen Rodeo Nebraska 2018.
 

If necessary, text 911(284 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 12, 2018
The North Platte 911 emergency call center is now equipped to receive text messages, Police Lt. Steve Reeves said Tuesday.
 

June: Month for property value protests ( 3) (1434 views)

by: George Lauby - June 10, 2018
The time is here for property owners to protest if they believe county appraisers have set too high of a value on their real estate.
 

State/Regional News More State News

John Freudenberg appointed to state's high court(83 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 18, 2018
Lancaster County Judge John R. Freudenberg was appointed as a Nebraska Supreme Court Justice Monday by Gov. Pete Ricketts.
 

Buffalo Bill Rodeo: Oregon bareback rider wins back-to-back titles(192 views)

by: Ruth Nicolaus - June 17, 2018
It was déjà vu all over again for bareback rider Austin Foss. of Terrebonne, Ore.
 

Riding high in North Platte(147 views)

by: Ruth Nicolaus - June 15, 2018
A New Mexico cowboy edged his way to the top of the saddle bronc riding Friday, the third night of the Buffalo Bill Rodeo in North Platte.
 

Buffalo Bill Rodeo: Texas tie-down roper leads second round(268 views)

by: Ruth Nicolaus - June 14, 2018
Tie-down roper Randall Carlisle made his first trip to the Buffalo Bill Rodeo in North Platte Thursday, and hopes he’s making a fresh start.
 

Abuse, neglect registry now has online portal(324 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 12, 2018
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services is required to keep records of people the department or the courts find responsible for the abuse and neglect of a child or vulnerable adult.
 

Past Top News Stories
County court report: Woman convicted of stealing pills266 views
County Court: Woman convicted of stealing pills737 views
New tenant set for Platte River Mall, name unknown4812 views
Housing tract planned for West A and Lakeview2490 views
Shepherd joins school board952 views
Work begins on South Buffalo Road1151 views
Visitors Bureau considers ‘Water trail’ on North Platte River874 views
Weekend police: Felony shoplifting1902 views
Fancy Yancey: Renovated hotel brought life to downtown Grand Island2650 views
County court: Reed sentenced for forged check1266 views
Miss Rodeo Nebraska pageant kicks off Sunday529 views
Driverless trucks will force driverless trains, BNSF chairman says1699 views
Entertainment around town783 views
Chase ends in gunshots, driver critically wounded (updated Saturday)7043 views
Car basher sentenced1537 views
North Platte man sentenced to prison for assault in trailer house fire1926 views
‘Remove belt’ requirement doesn’t last3127 views
Past State News
Buffalo Bill Rodeo: Weekend warrior leads steer wrestling240 views
Groene, other senators aim to reform state aid formula101 views
More than 500 pounds of pot seized in I-80 traffic stop401 views
Men arrested for soliciting prostitutes in Grand Island850 views
Troopers find fugitives, stolen cars in “Click it or Ticket” enforcement738 views
Colonial Dames discuss World War I200 views
FBI disrupts massive email scam402 views
Gas prices inch downward192 views
International trade Town Hall set in Lexington306 views
Charges pressed against alleged fentanyl haulers434 views
‘Call’ to the Buffalo Bill Rodeo434 views
State Patrol arrests five people after four separate pursuits570 views
Senate to stay on the job, forego August recess258 views
State’s welfare application process gets speedier347 views
Opiod Crisis: U.S. Attorney General cancels trip to Omaha344 views
Miss Teen Rodeo Nebraska pageant approaches864 views
FBI looks for diverse special agents751 views

In this week's North Platte Bulletin print edition

Our great Nebraskaland Days, including close up looks at the Frontier Revue, the quilt show and masks that will be displayed at the art show. Also, how drug testing would work this fall at North Platte High... Sen. Mike Groene says Nebraskans are responsible about education spending... rundown on road projects... agland valuations are a mite softer... and much more. 

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