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A rundown of entertaining events in North Platte and Lincoln County:
The city council approved a bundle of tax incentives for the developers of the North Platte Mall Tuesday, after listening to nearly two hours of public comments that were supportive of the project.
A North Platte man allegedly threatened an ex-girlfriend and rammed the back of her car on the road, earning him a cell in the Lincoln County jail.
The city council will consider three major tax incentives to renovate and expand the Platte River Mall when the council meets tonight – Tuesday, May 4.
Nine attractions have received grants from the North Platte / Lincoln County Visitors Bureau advisory committee, totaling about $34,000.
Music and good times filled North Platte’s downtown district this weekend at the annual Music on the Bricks festival.
North Platte is a strong community for kids — just ask someone who has moved here.
Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services has identified a death from COVID-19 that occurred after a patient was fully vaccinated.
With Nebraska’s planting season underway, and the Nebraska State Patrol advises motorists to watch for agricultural implements on the roads.
State troopers arrested a Florida man Friday after finding more than 400 pounds of marijuana in his van during an I-80 traffic stop.
A longtime supporter of Mid-Plains Community College will be honored during the North Platte Community College commencement ceremony on Friday. Louis “Louie” Stithem, of Broken Bow, has been selected to receive the President’s Award.
Property tax continues to be a heated topic in the Nebraska Legislature. Senators took nearly the entire day on April 21 to debate and vote on LB 2, which would reduce the amount of taxes agriculture landowners pay to school district bonds.
Dances are set on Saturday nights at the Miller Community Hall.