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Gudmundsen Sandhills Lab to host open house Aug. 20

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Visitor's bureau moves across I-80

The Lincoln County Visitor’s Bureau will move into a new, more visible location on North Platte’s main I-80 interchange. ...More

 
Library speaker: Stained glass of Nebraska and the West

The origins and evolution of stained glass will be the topic of a free program at the North Platte Public Library at noon Friday, Aug. 1, sponsored by the Friends of the North Platte Public Library and Humanities Nebraska. ...More

 
Test site: Positive for West Nile Virus

Health officials are advising people to take precautions after a mosquito collection pool in the Lincoln County area tested positive for the West Nile virus. ...More

 
Curtain goes up on Children's Theater

The Summer Children’s Theatre opened Saturday at the North Platte Community Playhouse.   ...More

 
Street to close near hospital (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

A half-block of Leota St. south of the Great Plains Health medical center will be closed Wednesday, July 30 - Aug. 4 for construction work on the hospital. ...More

 
Domestic battle leads to criminal charges

A North Platte couple fought hard Saturday night, all the way into jail. ...More

 
District court: Edington gets 300 days (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

Tina Edington (also known as Tina Vondal) appeared before Lincoln County District Court Judge Donald Rowlands Monday for sentencing on two probation violation charges. ...More

 
Electric company: Protest proposed regulations (10 Talk Back Entries 10)

An electricity company is asking its customers to protest tougher EPA standards on coal-fired generators. ...More

 
Traffic lights covered

Traffic lights were covered with black bags Friday at the intersections of Fourth and Bailey and Fourth and Chestnut in North Platte, another step in their removal.   ...More

 
Transient man resists arrest at fairgrounds

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Horses attacked, mountain lions blamed

Horses have reportedly been attacked by mountain lions near Mullen, Ainsworth and north of Valentine. ...More

 
Relay for Life moves downtown (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

When cancer victims and survivors are honored this year at the Relay for Life, the tribute will be paid in the intimate, historical setting of downtown North Platte. ...More

 
Beware: Phone scam circulating in North Platte

Numerous customers of Nebraskaland National Bank have received scam robotic phone calls from an unknown number telling them that their debit card has been compromised. ...More

 
 
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Homeless man gets four-month sentence (7 Talk Back Entries 7)
 
Court report: Burglar suspects remain behind bars
 
Police arrest second shoplifting suspect
 
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Groups to demonstrate for secure borders
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Several Nebraska conservative organizations are supporting efforts by Gov. Dave Heineman to determine how many immigrants have arrived or will arrive in Nebraska and prevent them from accessing state benefits at a cost to state taxpayers. ...More

 
Opponents file suit to stop gambling on ballot
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Pat Loontjer, executive director of “Gambling with the Good Life” announced Tuesday that the organization has filed a law suit to prevent Amendment 1 (Horse Slots at the Tracks) from going on the November ballot....More

 
Hassebrook: Special counsel should investigate prisons
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Gubernatorial candidate Chuck Hassebrook called on Attorney General Jon Bruning Tuesday to appoint an outside special counsel to examine systemic failures in the Department of Corrections....More

 
Jenkins questions Farm Bureauís endorsement of Sasse
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Ben Sasse has virtually no experience in the agricultural or private sector and not much of a Nebraska resume, Independent candidate Jim Jenkins said Tuesday in a letter to the Nebraska Farm Bureau....More

 
Lake Mac higher than expected, more water for irrigators
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Lake McConaughy is almost 10 feet higher than last year at this time and holding 200,000 more acre feet of water, allowing for more irrigation in central Nebraska than planned....More

 
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