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Patients move into new hospital tower

Spacious rooms, swift communications and creature comforts are all features of the new Great Plains Health patient's five-story "tower," and for the first time Tuesday, patients got to experience it. ...More

 
Chamber-DevCo director to step down, will help find successor (6 Talk Back Entries 6)

Dan Mauk announced Tuesday that he will step down as chief of the North Platte Chamber of Commerce and Development Corporation when a successor is hired. ...More

 
Lager band to return to North Platte

The Kris Lager Band and his “celebrate life’ mantra returns to the Rail Bar in North Platte on Friday, Sept. 4. ...More

 
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City buses modified, regular routes eliminated (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

North Platte’s Road Runner public bus service, with its set routes around town, was discontinued Aug. 28 due to low use. ...More

 
Police charge man with illegal gun possession (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Police seized a gun two weeks ago and later found out that it was stolen, leading to the arrest Friday of a North Platte man. ...More

 
Commissioners: Rural fire district absorbs Curtis

Lincoln and Frontier county commissioners held a rare joint meeting Monday, accepting the city of Curtis into the Curtis Rural fire district. ...More

 
Baxter, Burke perform live at the Espresso (4 Talk Back Entries 4)

Kim Baxter, joined by daughter Mikaela and son Craig, warmed the hearts of a capacity crowd Saturday night at the Espresso Shop.  ...More

 
 
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Council hears Iron Eagle comments at budget hearing (7 Talk Back Entries 7)
 
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Nebraska: No I-80 fatalities during special enforcement
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Nebraska recorded zero fatalities on Interstate 80 from Aug. 28-30 during a special traffic enforcement effort, the Nebraska State Patrol announced Tuesday....More

 
Lexington woman killed, infant injured
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A vehicle-pedestrian accident in Lexington Monday evening claimed the life of a Lexington woman and critically injured her two-month-old niece....More

 
Kansas Point campground closing for electrical upgrade
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Starting Sept. 10, the Kansas Point Campground at the inlet of Lake Maloney will be closed to update the electrical units at each campsite....More

 
Legislative task force to hold hearing on Alzheimer’s
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Sen. Al Davis of Hyannis and the Legislature's Aging Nebraskans Task Force, along with the Alzheimer's Association, invite the public to a town hall meeting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at the Alliance Public Library....More

 
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Doggy Dash 5K set for Sept. 12

Hershey band performs at State Fair

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Werkmeister goes wire-to-wire in Stock Car feature

Bulldog boys tennis opens season at Papillion South

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Drug murders in Mexico, the bombing in Oklahoma City, the attack on the twin towers -- Ron Rawalt of North Platte helped investigate these and other crimes during his remarkable career with the FBI. Read the story as he recently told it. Also, a look at prominent Lincoln County teams as the fall school sports season begins... and... Hershey's great Fall Festival... the 'no' petition for Iron Eagle... Rae Wilson's niece pays a visit to North Platte...gravestones damaged at the cemetery, and more.

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Iron Eagle -- close or repair?
The future of the city's Iron Eagle Golf Course is murky. The course is struggling to make repairs after a flood. Some say ‘spend no more money on it.’ Others say ‘keep it going for two years and consider potential changes.’
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