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Agritourism bill reaches Legislature floor

A bill that would decrease the legal liability of owners of agritourism businesses has a chance at passage this year in the Legislature.    ...More

 
District Court report: Johnson sentenced to up to three years

Travis Johnson will spend 1-1/2 to 3 years in the state penitentiary for third-degree domestic assault and resisting arrest, following action Monday in Lincoln County District Court. ...More

 
North Platte man sentenced for insurance fraud

Leroy Gray Jr., 30, was sentenced Monday to 180 days in jail for attempted violation of the insurance act, after he filed a phony claim on damage to the hood, windshield and roof of his car. ...More

 
Groene at the Legislature: Assisted living, renewable energy (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Highlights of major bills last week, and coming up, at the Nebraska Legislature:

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Police get thank-you letter (4 Talk Back Entries 4)

The North Platte police received a thank you letter recently – more than 60 years after the fact. ...More

 
Weekend police report: Two men charged in separate thefts (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Two young North Platte men were arrested over the weekend and charged with thefts. ...More

 
Bluegrass festival: Sights and scenes

Some of the talented bands and events at the 15 annual Lincoln County Bluegrass festival, Thursday-Saturday: ...More

 
War ambulance wagon stops in North Platte (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

A U.S. Army war ambulance from the late 1800s recently stopped in North Platte on its long journey from the past to present. ...More

 
Drug charges upheld against Holdrege man

Jack Woodke, 46, appeared in court Thursday to contest charges of possession of 10-27 grams of methamphetamine, intent to deliver a controlled substance and child abuse. ...More

 
Maxwell school proposes expansion (28 Talk Back Entries 28)

The Maxwell school board is calling for a bond election May 12 for a $9.9 million school expansion.  ...More

 
 
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Migraines over, cowgirl returns to rodeo riding
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Chappell -- For two and a half years, Jo Hummermeier’s life was on pause....More

 
Nebraskansí support of same-sex marriage differs from national trends
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Should same-sex marriage be legal nationwide?...More

 
Sen. Williams makes Capitol investment
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Matt Williams has been actively involved in local and state business communities since taking on the family bank in Gothenburg in 1973. Maybe a little too involved if you ask his wife, Susan....More

 
Medicinal marijuana, Medicaid reimbursement among legislation at Capitol this week
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Legislators continue to work on a number of bills at the Capitol. A variety of bills traveled through committees and onto the floor for debate, as well as from the floor to the governor's desk for a signature....More

 
Hassebrook joins wind energy firm
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Sandhills Wind Energy LLC announced today that Chuck Hassebrook is joining the firm as vice president for Renewable Energy Export....More

 
Make-a-Wish seeks children in need
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Make-A-Wish Nebraska has granted more than 2,200 wishes since 1983, and wants to include more children in need of wishes....More

 
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Auditions set for Frontier Revue

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Lincoln County trap clubs place at Sidney

Chayton Crow signs with Doane

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