The second annual Big Idea North Platte “business pitch” contest is taking place on Wednesday, Oct. 20 at Godfather’s Pizza in Wild Bill’s Fun Center in North Platte.
Families 1st Partnership receives DHHS Maternal & Child Health Infant-Toddler Pantries grant to purchase supplies for a Community Baby Shower
Marriage licenses filed with the Lincoln County Clerk, July 12-23:
Ice cold lemonade was served up Wednesday evening by the WeBuildNP Playground committee at Centennial Park in front of the soon-to-be renovated playground, as a way to thank the community for its support.
Local sixth grade student Jernie Barker presented members of law enforcement a check for $2,000 Thursday evening, to be put towards the upkeep of Lincoln County’s Law Enforcement Memorial.
Family fun and competitions abounded Thursday afternoon at the Lincoln County fairgrounds, where a full line-up of events and activities such as putt-putt, livestock shows and bounce houses were available to enjoy.
The Lincoln County Historical Museum will be hosting their Old-Fashioned Corn Feed on Saturday, Aug. 7 at 2403 N. Buffalo Bill Ave.
With convenience in mind, Mid-Plains Community College is offering students another way to fit classes in around busy schedules.
Twenty-one years ago, Henry Potter bought some new clothes – instead of toys — for an eight-year-old boy he was mentoring.
The North Platte Public Library will host another Humanities Nebraska speaker at noon on Friday, July 30 who will talk about Harvesting Foods and Medicines in the Dakota Tradition.
Families 1st Partnership has been awarded a community grant of $3,000 from the North Platte Wal-Mart to purchase items for Project Connect, a resources fair on Aug. 3 at the North Platte High School.
A Makers Market craft and vendor fair will be held on Sunday, Aug. 29 in Sutherland, hosted by the Sutherland Chamber of Commerce.