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Workers will start on repairs Monday in the area of Second and Dewey and the next day work begins on the one block of William Ave. between Jeffers and Dewey.
Tickets will go on sale Wednesday for the Nebraskaland Days Summer Jam concerts, featuring Cody Johnson on Friday night and Jason Aldean on Saturday.
A 26-year-old man was flown from North Platte to an Omaha hospital in the early hours Sunday, Sept. 18 in serious condition from a gunshot wound to the chest.
A unique watercolor collage painted in 1984 by Mary Beth Dodson was presented to the Fox Theater Wednesday afternoon in a donation from former board members, Dr. John (Jack) Ashley and Dorris Ashley.
It took a couple hours on Monday, but the Lincoln County commissioners approved two places on the outskirts of North Platte where dirt can be excavated and hauled to the construction site of the Sustainable Beef packing plant.
They served their country, company and community for more than 100 years, but on Sept. 1, the last unit of the Union Pacific Fruit Express was disbanded.
The Gilder Lehrman Institute has named Ryan Mueller, a 2001 graduate of North Platte High, the 2022 Utah History Teacher of the Year.
Candidate and Little Sister applications are available for the Best of the West competition to be held at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 12 at the Alliance High School PAC.
State troopers arrested a California woman Saturday after finding about 20 pounds of suspected cocaine during a traffic stop near York.
David Wright of Ewing will not appear as a nonpartisan candidate for governor in November. Wright conducted a statewide petition drive but failed to meet two signature requirements.
While on a 4-H tour with an intern from Nebraska Rep. Virginia Smith’s office, young Deb Fiddelke of Kearney asked how the intern got there, eventually paving her own path to positions on Capitol Hill and the White House.
Had the second world war ended differently, democracy would have died, former U.S. Secretary of Defense and U.S. Sen. Chuck Hagel of Nebraska reminded readers recently in an interview with the Nebraska News Service.