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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.
Rosendo D. Duran, Jr.
05/22/18
Name: Rosendo D. Duran, Jr.
Booking date: 05/22/18
Arresting agency: North Platte Police
Bond amount: Pending court
Charges: Restraining / protection order violation
Jacob A. Peace
05/22/18
Name: Jacob A. Peace
Booking date: 05/22/18
Arresting agency: North Platte Police
Bond amount: Pending
Charges: 3rd degree domestic assault
Julie A. Hansen
05/22/18
Name: Julie A. Hansen
Booking date: 05/22/18
Arresting agency: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
Bond amount: Sentenced on meth charges. Bond pending otherwise
Charges: Escape, 2 cnts. Attempted meth possession, 2 cnts
Koby R. Cooper
05/21/18
Name: Koby R. Cooper
Booking date: 05/21/18
Arresting agency: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
Bond amount: Sentenced
Charges: DUI - liquor. 2nd offense
Top News Stories More Local News

Trust in driverless vehicles erodes(365 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - May 22, 2018
Following high profile accidents involving autonomous (driverless) vehicles, a new report from AAA’s multi-year study indicates consumer trust in these vehicles has quickly eroded.
 

District court report: Courtroom scuffle ( 3) (2906 views)

by: Joe Chitwood - May 22, 2018
A scuffle occurred in Lincoln County District Court Monday morning after San Suhr was sentenced to 2.5 to 5 years in the state penitentiary for attempted possession of a firearm by a felon.
 

Earth Day festival takes shape at Pals ( 1) (503 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - May 21, 2018
An Earth Day festival will be held from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sunday, June 3, bringing the community together to celebrate organic, natural, eco-lifestyles and share knowledge.
 

Suspected meth dealer wanted ( 2) (2483 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - May 21, 2018
Law enforcement is asking the public’s help in locating Roberto Ceja-Arredondo, 26, of Lexington.
 

Getting ready for Washington D.C.(332 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - May 21, 2018
The North Platte High marching band is practicing on the residential streets north of the high school, as they prepare to march in Washington, D.C. during the annual Memorial Day Parade.
 

Legislative candidate Pederson faces lawsuit ( 7) (2947 views)

by: George Lauby - May 20, 2018
One day before Primary Election Day, a lawsuit was filed in Lincoln County District Court accusing legislative candidate Judy Pederson of fraud.
 

Cody Park remains high and dry (updated)(1717 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - May 18, 2018
More than four inches of rain fell in parts of North Platte from Thursday-Saturday night, saturating the soil.
 

Eugene Ave. to close for construction(618 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - May 17, 2018
New utilities will be installed next week under Eugene Ave. for the new travel center at the Fat Dogs convenience store and gas station on the south side of the I-80 interchange.
 

County Court report(1668 views)

by: Joe Chitwood - May 17, 2018
Helen Kramer was sentenced to a year of probation Thursday in Lincoln County Court for attempted possession of methamphetamine.
 

Dental hygienist remains at health department ( 4) (2436 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - May 16, 2018
Teeth cleanings and dental hygiene are still offered at the West Central Health Department, despite the loss of a practicing dentist.
 

State/Regional News More State News

Troopers honored by MADD for drunk driving enforcement(110 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - May 22, 2018
Trooper Bryan Walter of Troop D in North Platte was honored Tuesday during the 19th annual Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) hero awards.
 

Adrian Smith's staff to hold mobile offices(394 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - May 21, 2018
Constituents of Third District Rep. Adrian Smith are invited to meet with a representative of his office at mobile offices in June.
 

Lincoln / Omaha meth dealers sentenced(200 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - May 21, 2018
Long sentences were handed down Thursday and Friday for two convicted meth dealers in the Lincoln and Omaha areas.
 

Long loves rodeo(348 views)

by: Ruth Nicolaus - May 21, 2018
Doug Long has a long affiliation with the Buffalo Bill Rodeo and Nebraskaland Days.
 

Two-person crew gains support in Congress(539 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - May 20, 2018
A bill to require at least two people on a freight train crew now has 105 co-sponsors in the U.S. House of Representatives.
 

'Click seat belt or get ticket' enforcement starts(172 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - May 20, 2018
Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol will be on extra sharp lookouts for seatbelt violations and other signs of dangerous driving starting Monday.
 

Grant from Nebraska Environmental Trust will fund prescribed burns(451 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - May 19, 2018
The Loess Canyon Rangeland Alliance aspires to burn 33,000 acres per year in the canyons southeast of North Platte, to kill red cedars and restore the grass.
 

Immigration service arrests criminals in five states(230 views)

by: George Lauby - May 18, 2018
Officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Enforcement and Removal Operations arrested 78 criminal aliens and immigration violators in five Midwest states during a six-day enforcement that ended May 11.
 

Past Top News Stories
Velvet Spurs celebrate 50 years583 views
Official election results: Margins remain narrow, no surprises1214 views
Entertainment around town630 views
Deed to Hall School, officials pursue sale (updated)2945 views
Primary election: Final results1621 views
New monument: Solemn tribute to fallen peace officers805 views
At midday, voter turnout was light669 views
Primary Election Day442 views
Learning Center moving to high school1107 views
Buffalo PTO president addresses school board1210 views
Woman strikes back at excessive bureaucratic licenses1705 views
Butane truck leaks, rest area near Brady closed935 views
Weekend police report: Drug distribution, shoplifting2444 views
Eagle Riders raise awareness of children’s mental health303 views
New awnings coming at Bruce Furniture1218 views
North Platte community college student arrested  2412 views
Buffalo Elementary could be closed (updated)3860 views
Get to know the candidates: City Council, Ward 41471 views
Get to know the candidates: County Commissioners, Dist. 21711 views
Get to know the candidates: Henry faces two challengers for county commissioner1729 views
Get to know the candidates: Lincoln County Treasurer1767 views
Entertainment around town553 views
Applebee’s franchise owners file for bankruptcy2203 views
First set of ‘Shot in the Arm–2’ homes approved995 views
Downtown Association holds cleanup1623 views
Car bashing teen sentenced to two years probation2327 views
Past State News
Eagle Riders raise awareness of children’s mental health290 views
Plan aims to reverse monarch butterfly decline282 views
Speeder leads trooper to counterfeit bills499 views
Troopers go after motorcycle speeders in Omaha Metro 497 views
Alcohol inspections conducted in Dawson County554 views
Volentine to retire after 42 years in education464 views
Driver injured following pursuit near Grand Island613 views

In this week's North Platte Bulletin print edition

A PTO president faces a school district that is trying to stonewall the public while considering the closure of Buffalo Elementary School in 2019. The district is also ridding itself of two other buildings to deal with budget pressure... Also, school drug testing and security... the doctors at the Great Plains Health... North Platte's new Tru hotel is opening... and much more. 

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