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Historic B-17 bomber arrives in North Platte

A B-17 Bomber from the World War II era arrived at the North Platte Regional Airport/Lee Bird Field on Monday and will offer rides Tuesday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. ...More

 
Services set for Ruth Gambs (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Services will be held Thursday for Ruth Gambs of North Platte, who died Thursday, April 28 in Omaha. ...More

 
School board considers administrators' pay (4 Talk Back Entries 4)

The North Platte school board did not approve an average 1.9% pay raise for North Platte Public School administrators on April 11, delaying action until the next meeting, Monday, May 9. ...More

 
North Platte man charged with threat with weapon (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

A North Platte man was taken to jail early Sunday morning, charged with threatening his domestic partner with a gun. ...More

 
Commissioners postpone public hearing on parking lot

A small typo stopped a public hearing Monday before it began. ...More

 
Bluegrass festival at fairgrounds

The country bluegrass sic festival at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds featured the best acts in bluegrass music from Thursday through Saturday. ...More

 
Unregistered sex offenders rounded up (25 Talk Back Entries 25)

On Thursday, members of the U.S. Marshal’s Service, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, North Platte Police Department and the Nebraska State Patrol started a joint operation to round up convicted sex offenders who are not properly registered. ...More

 
Compassion exhibit takes visitors to third world

An experience in compassion opens Friday at the Platte River Mall. ...More

 
 
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College graduate: ‘Take a hit, go again’
 
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Legislature: Campaign spending
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Twenty candidates from Greater Nebraska districts running for legislative seats in the May 10 primary report spending an average of just over $6,000 to win a spot on the November ballot....More

 
Spending for Board of Regents race
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Paul Kenney of Kearney has loaned his Board of Regents campaign nearly half of the $20,675 in receipts reported through April 5, according to reports filed with the Nebraska Accountability and Disclosure Commission....More

 
Burying Beetle delays construction of wind generators
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Construction of a 200-turbine wind farm near O’Neill was halted in mid-April due to the endangered burying beetle....More

 
Pleasanton farmer sentenced to federal prison
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Shane M. Wibbels, 39, of Pleasanton, was sentenced Tuesday, April 26 for making a false statement to a financial institution, a federal crime. ...More

 
Troopers nab murder suspect near Wyoming border
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A murder suspect from South Dakota was caught Wednesday night after a high-speed chase in western Nebraska.  ...More

 
Hastings woman sentenced in immigration cover-up
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Stephanie Hagemeier, 43 of Hastings was recently convicted of aiding and abetting the unlawful hiring of an alien, and was sentenced a year of probation and fined $500....More

 
Autistic legal hotline established (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
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Autism affects approximately 1% of children ages three to 18 in Nebraska, according to the Autism Action Partnership....More

 
Conference on addiction set at Whiteclay
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Broken Lives, a two-day conference focusing on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, will open on May 19 at the Lakota Hope Center in Whiteclay....More

 
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North Platte shooter earns second at state

Soccer: Bulldog boys advance in districts with win

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