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Hallowed ground: No place for dogs

Davis at the Legislature: Energy shifts

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Ag groups, legislators push OSHA to rollback fertilizer regulation

Wheat board to hold annual budget meeting

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Sports

Seniors sweep Columbus

Miller, Hock to coach Sertoma Classic

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With severe weather in the forecast for the week, we take a look at the storm chasers who came to North Platte looking to get the jump on a tornado. Also... a state hearing to see if the big 'water farm' has to pay property taxes or not... the Stage studio holds dance recitals... Memorial Day services set... the village of Maxwell is working towards a memorial to veterans... and more.

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