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Applications for conservation stewardship contracts due March 31

Ban lifted, Nebraska beef headed to Israel

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Clinton campaign coming to North Platte (4 Talk Back Entries 4)

The Hillary Clinton campaign will host an organizing event in North Platte at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 11 at Hobbe’s Diner. ...More

'Iron Eagle,' veterans bills advance (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

What is loosely called the “Iron Eagle” bill -- LB 378 -- sponsored by Sen. Mike Groene of North Platte, won first-round approval in the Legislature, 31-0. ...More

Two men charged after Saturday night car chase

Law officers chased a car Saturday night into the east side of North Platte that was believed to be carrying a fugitive, drugs and weapons. ...More

Commissioners approve tax exempt groups

The Lincoln County commissioners approved a list Monday of 118 churches and non-profit operations such as veterans clubs that are exempt from paying property taxes. ...More

Fireplace flames damage roof (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

A fire from a gas-fireplace damaged the roof of a home Monday night in the 1200 block of East D. ...More

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Sanders campaign rally set (6 Talk Back Entries 6)
Nebraska Democrats set presidential caucuses (22 Talk Back Entries 22)
Legislature approves ownership of hogs by meat companies
Groene would disband non-functioning state commission (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
Groene proposes freeze on property tax values (2 Talk Back Entries 2)
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Meetings set in Nebraska communities to discuss carbon mitigation

Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality Director Jim Macy announced Tuesday 18 meetings in nine communities across the state to discuss the federal Clean Power Plan mandate....More

Kearney motel operation pleads guilty to unlawful hiring of alien

Paul Younes, 63, of Kearney and Kearney Hospitality, Inc. have pled guilty to charges related to the unlawful hiring of aliens. ...More

Proposal would give bikers freedom, help brain injury victims

LINCOLN--Motorcyclists and their helmets, which have been brought up time and again in the Nebraska Legislature, were the subject of a bill before the Transportation and Telecommunications Committee last week....More

Primary election dates

As the presidential primary season continues to unfold, here’s a list of the dates and locations of the first primary elections and/or caucuses....More

Cozad library to host Barb Mohrman

The Wilson Public Library in Cozad will host Humanities Nebraska speaker Barbara Eymann Mohrman at 10 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 15 as a planned activity for One Book, One Cozad....More

State auctions generate $7.3 million

Over the last two years, nearly $7.3 million dollars has been returned to the state’s general fund from public auctions of state surplus property, the Nebraska Department of Administrative Services announced recently....More

Scuba class now accepting registrations

If all you’ve experienced in the world is what’s on dry land – you’re missing out. That’s the belief of Deland Humpherys, who can’t think of anything more fascinating than exploring what lies beneath lake and ocean waves....More

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North Platte to host national qualifier speech tournament

Mary Poppins coming to playhouse

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Basketball: Lady Irish slam Paxton

Basketball: Irish boys hold off Paxton

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