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The advisory committee of the city’s quality growth fund will meet Friday for the second time to consider the request of a credit management company that wants financial incentives to expand into North Platte.
At 3:40 a.m. Wednesday, a woman called the Lincoln County 911 Center and told a harrowing tale, that she was abducted at gunpoint, but was now free.
The North Platte city public service department was surprised on Dec. 1 to get a bill for hosting the Bulletin’s website.
A young North Platte man was arrested on Tuesday and charged with multiple thefts, which occurred during the preceding week.
Four new members took their seats at the city council table Tuesday and North Platte’s new mayor, Brandon Kelliher, presided over the meeting.
With four new faces on the city council table Tuesday evening, the issue of locating an electrical contracting business at Front and Oak streets came up again and prompted a long discussion.
A North Platte man was arrested overnight Monday after a four-hour standoff in McCook.
The Lincoln County sheriff’s office participated in the “National Click It or Ticket” enforcement campaign that ran from Nov.16-29, thanks to a $5,000 grant provided by the Nebraska Department of Highway Safety.
The neighborhood in the 700 block of East 10th is spreading a bundle of Christmas cheer this year, with a block-long display of Christmas lights and their own FM radio station.
This year more than ever, we all are looking for some holiday cheer.
Gov. Pete Ricketts said Wednesday that coronavirus hospitalizations in Nebraska are currently at 869, more than 100 less than the high number of 987 on Nov. 20.
Students at North Platte Community College are benefitting from a donation of about $50,000 worth of equipment from ASC Capacitors in Ogallala.
Nebraska State Troopers removed 34 impaired drivers from the road and helped more than 470 motorists during a two-week “Click It or Ticket” campaign that encompassed the Thanksgiving weekend.
Attorney Rudy Guliani found a receptive audience on Nov. 25 for claims that the presidential election was hijacked, speaking to a panel of state legislators in Pennsylvania.