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Drive-thru mail boxes removed at federal building (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

The longstanding mail boxes on the east side of North Platte’s federal building have been removed at the request of the owner of the building -- the General Services Administration, a federal agency. ...More

College staff receives 3% raise

Community College part-time and full-time administration received a 3% package increase Wednesday, and full-time classified staff also got a 3% raise in the coming school year. ...More

Memorial weekend: Rain, then sun

On Friday night, strong to severe thunderstorms are possible late in the afternoon into the night in the Sandhills. ...More

City to drop CodeRed notices, expand Smart 911

Effective Thursday, June 1, the North Platte/Lincoln County 911 Center will no longer use the CodeRed emergency notification provider. ...More

Entertainment around town

A rundown of entertainment in North Platte & Lincoln County. ...More

Young men sentenced, including man who had Cody Park penguin (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Several young men faced justice Monday when they appeared for sentencing in Lincoln County District Court.   ...More

District Court sentencings

Ky Christell, was sentenced to 24 months’ probation and 30 days in jail Monday in Lincoln County District Court for operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest and driving under revocation. ...More

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Weekend police: Men charged with accosting women, stalking
County approves advertising agency for Visitor's Bureau (13 Talk Back Entries 13)
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Legislature plans interim studies before next session

Even though the first session of the 105th Legislature is over, Nebraska senators still have work to do before the next session....More

Boat ramp at Hershey opens

The boat ramp at the west end of Hershey Wildlife Management Area will be available for use on the Memorial holiday weekend....More

NSP Troopers honored by MADD

Seven Nebraska State Patrol troopers were honored May 23 with hero awards from Mothers Against Drunk Driving, including Tpr. Justin Buhlke of Troop D in North Platte....More

Legislative session ends with approval from governor

The first session of the 105th Legislature adjourned Tuesday with speeches from the speaker, the governor, and the usual impromptu speech from Sen. Ernie Chambers of Omaha....More

Nebraska shares settlement with Target Corp. over 2013 computer breach

Nebraska and 46 other states and the District of Columbia will share in an $18.5 million settlement in regard to the 2013 data breach at the Target corporation. ...More

Gresham woman sentenced in international tax fraud scheme

A 36-year-old Nebraska woman was sentenced Monday in federal court for assisting with an income tax scheme for people who are believed to be outside the U.S., Acting U.S. Attorney Robert C. Stuart announced....More

NPPD to renovate old Bomgaars building in Ogallala

The Nebraska Public Power District will spend about $1.5 million to renovate a new operations center in Ogallala....More

Biden at new cancer center: 'hope other institutions follow’

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden called the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center in Omaha a "remarkable facility" Tuesday during a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony....More

Dances set in Miller

We have been asked by a number of people if we have a web page or are on facebook. The answer is yes, a couple of people are working on this. But, anyone can post our dances/schedule to their “friends” on facebook, or send them a schedule....More

Legislative week: May 15-19

The state's budget passed with gubernatorial line-item vetoes this week, while senators worked to pass the last few remaining bills this session....More

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Seniors shutout Lexington

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