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Davis at Legislature: One vote lifted packer ban on owning hogs

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Summer grazing, birding tour set

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Primary election preview: City council

Incumbent Larry Campbell faces two opponents for his seat on the North Platte City Council, representing Ward 4 -- the north side of the city. ...More

Ward 4 council race: Q&A with Tracy Martinez (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

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Ward 4 city council race: Q&A with Lawrence Ostendorf

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Ward 4 city council race: Q&A with Larry Campbell

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Entertainment around town

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

Giving Day: More than 400 donors, $103,000 to charity

Well over 400 donors and sponsors gave $103,000 to Lincoln County nonprofit causes during the first ever North Platte Giving Day Tuesday and Wednesday. ...More

Mock bricks add finishing touch on east side of Jeffers (7 Talk Back Entries 7)

Workers were finishing curb and sidewalk work Tuesday on east side of Jeffers St., as a backhoe ripped up concrete at the Fourth Street intersection. ...More

Council considers investment options for Newburn Fund (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

The North Platte city council discussed potentially investing about 20% of Newburn Fund money in the stock market Tuesday, when they met for during a work session. ...More

Council bans choke collars on pet tethers (11 Talk Back Entries 11)

Animals in North Platte would be protected from being cruelly tied up, under an ordinance approved on first reading Tuesday by the city council. ...More

National security analyst to speak in North Platte

CNN national security analyst Peter Bergen will speak in North Platte on Tuesday, May 10. ...More

District court report: Young North Platte man stands mute

Jorden Snare, 19, stood mute Monday in Lincoln County District Court, just 10 days after he was returned to North Platte by Kansas City law officers, who found him driving a car he didn't own and a juvenile girl with him. ...More

District Court: Three men sentenced for drug convictions

James Mitchell, 28, was sentenced Monday to 2-3 years in the state penitentiary for attempted possession of methamphetamines with intent to deliver. ...More

Commissioners postpone public hearing on parking lot

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

School board considers administrators' pay (11 Talk Back Entries 11)

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

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

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Lexington cuts ribbon on $25 million hospital addition

A ribbon-cutting and open house was held Monday for a new Outpatient Services Center at the Lexington Regional Health Center. ...More

College commencement ceremonies set in North Platte, McCook

This weekend will be one of celebration at Mid-Plains Community College. Every final test puts students one step closer to summer break, and for some, a step closer to earning a college degree, diploma or certificate....More

Fraud unit enacted for primary election

Reports of potential election fraud or election misconduct are not common in Nebraska, Secretary of State John Gale said Tuesday, a week before the state's primary election. However, if there is a need, there is a phone number that citizens can call to report complaints....More

Legislature: Campaign spending

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

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

Conference on addiction set at Whiteclay

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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Soccer: Lady Dawgs finish season as district runner-up

Track: Chase County dominates at SPVA

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A look behind the success of a court supervised addiction treatment program -- the officials and those who do the unseen work -- the defendants. Also... a renovated playground at Cody Park for kids, and a tribute to their mothers... TIF debate by DevCo leader Gary Person and Mike Groene... the scandal at the state tourism commission... Legion Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Doug Miller, and more...

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