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The Lincoln County commissioners will consider supporting the right of to keep and bear arms Monday, possibly making the county a sanctuary for the Second Amendment right.
The overhead festoon lights on Dewey St. were switched on Thursday, highlighting the $2.9 million renovation that has brought new energy to downtown.
Although there is just one COVID-19 patient in Great Plains Health hospital in North Platte, the west central health department’s “risk dial” inched upward Thursday.
Steele’s Construction will be repairing the intersection of Oak Street and William Avenue and closing Oak Street from Reid Avenue south to Francis Street at 6:30 a.m. Monday, April 12.
When Gov. Pete Ricketts declared April 5-9 as Community Development Week in Nebraska, he also named North Platte as the recipient of “Governor’s Showcase Community Award” for outstanding achievements in economic development and the impactful use of state and federal funds.
A North Platte man was charged Wednesday with first-degree assault after allegedly shooting another man in the leg the day before.
After nearly 90 minutes of public testimony Tuesday, the city council unanimously approved a blighted designation for 374 acres on the east side of the city.
On Tuesday night, the city council unanimously approved a new “mixed use” zone at the Platte River Mall, so the new property owners can start construction in the middle of what is now the main parking lot.
Two suspected meth dealers were arrested in North Platte during the weekend after police were called in for other reasons.
If you receive something in the mail that encourages you to have your water tested this spring, it’s okay to be skeptical.
Dances are set on Saturday nights in April at the Miller Community Hall.
Mid-Plains Community College courses have reached hundreds of high schools in the area, and to honor those students, the college will award 318 honor cords to seniors to wear at their graduation ceremonies.
In an apparent murder-suicide, the Nebraska State Patrol and Gage County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the deaths of a man and woman who were found dead Tuesday morning near Blue Springs.
Individuals who have experienced domestic or sexual violence could avoid a lengthy and expensive reimbursement process under a bill advanced from general file April 6.
The FBI Omaha Field Office is warning communities of a COVID-19 scam that targets people who have received a COVID vaccination.
The Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District’s board of directors voted Monday to proceed to Phase 2 of a study of potential consolidation with the Dawson Public Power District.
A new state law aims to stop scams that target the financial assets of older Nebraskans.