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Legislative debate: Death penalty

Senators debated and advanced a bill Thursday to repeal Nebraska’s death penalty. (Here are some of the key points of the debate:) ...More

 
Suspects found guilty in alcohol related death

In district court Monday, Logan Johnston, 20, was convicted Monday of procuring alcohol for a minor and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. ...More

 
North Platte man charged with terroristic threats with handgun

A North Platte man allegedly threatened to kill another man in the first few minutes of Saturday morning, coming about as close as possible. ...More

 
Traffic stop near North Platte nets 70 pounds of marijuana (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

A traffic stop on I-80 in Lincoln County Sunday led to the seizure of 70 pounds of marijuana and one arrest. ...More

 
The Unicameral and the death penalty (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

Each and everyday I treasure the Unicameral experience more and more. Nebraska's unique non-partisan one-house legislature is truly a governmental system superior to all others. ...More

 
Train show fills D&N Center

A golden train – solid gold -- was a feature attraction Saturday and Sunday at the annual model train show in North Platte. ...More

 
Death penalty could be repealed

The death penalty, legislative term limits and minimum wage for minors were a few topics of discussion April 13-17 at the legislature. ...More

 
County court: Charges pressed in porn, shooting investigations

Child pornography charges against James Youngblood were bound over to district court Thursday.   ...More

 
Selling vehicle warranties to people with no vehicle

Lolamae Woodgate of North Platte is 92 years old. ...More

 
Maxwell school proposes expansion (7 Talk Back Entries 7)

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

 
'Putting the band back together' for Nebraskaland Days parade

A group of North Platte High School band members are “putting the band back together” -- an alumni band that is - to join the Nebraskaland Days parade this summer. ...More

 
 
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Program offers incentives for students, towns
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Small towns are the place to be for some college students....More

 
Interns discover opportunity in rural Nebraska
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While painting a historic house in Red Cloud, Jeff Story couldn't help but worry about what people in the small town would think....More

 
Nebraska University president visits ag college greenhouse
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CURTIS - Horticulture students at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture were planting basil and other herbs Tuesday when new University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds stopped by the greenhouse during his “Getting to Know Nebraska Tour.”...More

 
Legislature rejects longer term limits
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A proposed constitutional amendment that would have extended legislative term limits failed to advance Monday by a narrow margin at the Legislature....More

 
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Track: Hershey senior signs with Midland College

Weinman wins Hobby Stock race to open raceway season

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