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UNL hosts climate agriculture workshop Nov. 19 in Holdrege

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Prairie Arts Center: Open house

The Prairie Arts Center is having an open house from Sunday to Tuesday, offering an inside look at the 1913 federal building that is being converted to a home for the arts.  ...More

 
Accused forger released on bond

Joshua Salisbury waived his rights to preliminary hearings Thursday on charges of insurance fraud and two counts of forgery. ...More

 
North Dakota teen busted after high-speed chase (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

A stolen sport utility vehicle crashed into a feed bunk in the hills in southern Lincoln County Friday afternoon, ending a 40-mile-long high speed chase that started in North Platte. ...More

 
Downtown Alco discount store to close (19 Talk Back Entries 19)

A liquidation sale is underway at Alco, downtown North Platte's discount variety store, marking the beginning of the end for the business that opened nearly 37 years ago. ...More

 
Teen found guilty of jail guard's death

After a three-day trail, a jury of three men and nine women found 17-year-old Dylan Cardielhac guilty Wednesday of murdering a jail guard in Scottsbluff. ...More

 
North Platte man charged with attempted murder (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

A North Platte man took a bullet in his leg late Wednesday night, following an argument with another man that turned violent. ...More

 
New voting system installed for council (5 Talk Back Entries 5)

Even though new snow plows and a rezoning came before the council Tuesday, two new big screens inside the chambers dominated the meeting. ...More

 
North Platte men charged with assaults

Around 10:45 p.m. Tuesday, police went to a house in the 2300 block of East Philip to investigate an assault that reportedly happened earlier.  ...More

 
Reese sentenced to prison for burglary, theft

Shawn Reese, 24, will serve up to three years in prison for theft by taking. ...More

 
State troopers tie one on for sobriety

Nebraska State Patrol vehicles will again fly red ribbons this holiday season in support of Mothers Against Drunk Driving and to encourage motorists to never drive impaired. ...More

 
 
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Woman raises midnight ruckus at hospital
 
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Housman sentenced to state pen (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
 
District court report: Brian, Boe sentenced to prison
 
Police quiet distraught, potentially dangerous woman
 
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Suspect found in Kearney shooting
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Evan Swenson (also know as Evan Swinson), was arrested Sunday in Broken Bow in connection with the shooting of a man early Saturday morning in Kearney....More

 
Kansas City man guilty of defrauding elderly victims
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Thomas Whitlow, 53, formerly of Kansas City, faces up to 20 years in prison after his conviction Tuesday on federal charges of scamming the elderly....More

 
Republican River agreement recognizes Nebraska water projects
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A recent agreement between Nebraska, Kansas and Colorado may be a sign of new cooperation among the three states over water appropriations in the Republican River....More

 
Sandhills Cowboy Hall of Fame nominations due Dec. 31
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Nominations are being accepted for the 2014 Nebraska Sandhills Cowboy Hall of Fame, if filed by Dec. 31....More

 
Curtis ag college, Frontier County host ‘Cornhusker Economics Outlook’
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Agricultural outlook and management decisions for farmers and ranchers will be featured at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture campus in Curtis from 5-8 p.m. on Nov. 24....More

 
Ebola patient dies in Omaha med center
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A doctor from west Africa, stricken with the Ebola virus, died Monday is at the Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.....More

 
Electricity: Little or no rate increase in 2015
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For the second year in a row, retail customers of Nebraska Public Power District will see no increase in their electric rates beginning Jan. 1, the power district announced Friday....More

 
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Football playoffs: Anselmo-Merna downs Maxwell in semifinals

Knights run past Midland JV

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The audience in the Lincoln County district courtroom faces a big problem -- they cannot hear what's being said. We talked to court officials about the lousy acoustics and what can be done about it. Also, a mountain lion is spotted in the Wellfleet area... the visitors center responds to our criticism... dozens of places to shop downtown... cops and court arrests and sentences... federal inspectors order more fences at Cody Park... City Councilman Larry Campbell travels with his best friend... Sally Thalkan retires after an outstanding career as the women's volleyball coach at North Platte Community College... plus... Mick Hayes watches his son's team in the World Series... Brady, Maxwell and North Platte High teams in the state playoffs... and more.

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