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Social Security to resume mailing benefit statements

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Climate change report kicks off 201415 Heuermann lectures

State Climatologist: Models predict above-normal precipitation this fall

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Rail Fest: Donation marks start of tour ticket giveaway

Rail Fest launched its annual Bailey Yard tour ticket give away at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Rail Fest office at 1020 N. Jeffers in North Platte. ...More

Back to school lunches (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Students across Nebraska returned to classes in recent weeks. However because of new, overbearing government regulations fewer students are participating in school lunch.  ...More

Weekend police report: Assaults, meth

At around 7:30 p.m. Friday, police went to the parking lot of the Eagles club in the 600 block of N. Chestnut to check out a reported disturbance. ...More

Record number run to cure breast cancer (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

For Judy Pickett, Labor Day was another work day – part of her vocation to help find a cure for cancer. ...More

Happy Labor Day! (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Happy Labor Day to workers… everyone who leaves whatever else is going on in their lives to go to work… who pay taxes before they collect their paychecks… who dedicates themselves each and every workday to a company, business or enterprise. ...More

State Fair: Maxwell family reins in ribbons (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

A couple of miles north of Maxwell sits the Meyer Triangle Ranch, long respected as a raiser of Hereford cattle and Belgian horses. ...More

Physician office building to nearly triple in size (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

Ground will be broken at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday for a project to triple the size of Great Plains physician office building in North Platte ...More

North Platte man arrested after chase (1 Talk Back Entries 1)


Bomb fragments recall WWII home front (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Clayton Yonker was 16 years old when the bombs fell on Dickens during World War II. ...More

Hershey band plays the fair

For the fourth straight year, the Hershey Panthers marching band performed at the state fair in Grand Island Monday, directed by Lori Evans. ...More

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North Platte man charged with drugs, burglary tools
Testing: Teach the essentials (5 Talk Back Entries 5)
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USDA donates to distance learning from North PlatteCommunity College

USDA Rural Development Nebraska State Director Maxine Moul visited Mid-Plains Community College in North Platte Friday to present the college with a plaque to commemorate an award of $118,700 to further distance learning capabilities....More

Schedule for Miller dances

Fall is fast approaching and we are hoping that you will come dancing. Miller is a great place to practice and have fun with your family and friends.  ...More

Community College back in session for 'milestone' year (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

For the first time in more than a decade, when classes started Monday at Mid-Plains Community College campuses, students will no longer be attending Nebraska's smallest community college....More

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Elizabeth Smart to speak in North Platte

Homebuyer education class set

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Softball: Lady Dawgs 1-2 in Lincoln

Hershey Panthers run by Arcadia-Loup City

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The North Platte High volleyball team has the opportunity to challenge the Class A leaders this season for the state title, restoring a tradition that dates to 1979 and includes the powerhouse team of 2003. See how the season is shaping up for the Lady Dawgs, as well as the St. Pat's and Hershey football teams and others too. Also, how to 'trick your ride' with thin tires... North Platte school's efforts to improve ways to handle violent children...and improve academically...a $400 pair of tennis shoes...and much more...

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