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Stan Raetz grew up in North Platte and went away to become a nationally known musician. On Friday-Saturday, he will return.
Michael T. Wiegand of North Platte was ordered Monday to serve 6-10 years in prison for two counts of child pornography.
Harlie Saathoff did not contest the manslaughter charge against her for the death of her boyfriend, Bryce Wood.
In 2020-21, Congress allocated trillions of dollars for COVID-19 relief programs, including more than $10 million for the North Platte school district.
The North Platte Community Redevelopment Authority will meet Thursday to consider signing a sales agreement with the Sustainable Beef packing plant, according to the meeting agenda published Monday.
The majority of Nebraska state senators support prohibiting the abortion of fetuses that are 12 weeks or older, but there are not enough votes in the legislature to put the tougher restriction into law.
The sound of model trains filled the air on Saturday inside of Venue 304, downtown at Fifth and Bailey. The annual Rail Days model train show took place, organized by Jack Rickett.
This week, allow me to share a note of appreciation on behalf of NCTA Dean Larry Gossen and myself to our Curtis community and the dedicated staff at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture.
Around 6:30 p.m. MDT Monday, Nebraska state troopers went to a home near Broadwater where a man had been fatally shot.
Nebraska’s 90-plus farmers markets are sources of good food, community pride and economic activity.
It has been two years since Mid-Plains Community College launched its motorcycle safety training program in North Platte, but demand hasn’t slowed down. If anything, it has intensified.
The public is invited to attend a ribbon cutting at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17 for College Drive, the new roadway linking the south campus of North Platte Community College to U.S. Highway 83.