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Hallowed ground: No place for dogs

Davis at the Legislature: Energy shifts

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Ag News

Ag groups, legislators push OSHA to rollback fertilizer regulation

Wheat board to hold annual budget meeting

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NorthPlatte Weather


 
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Entertainment around town

A rundown of entertainment in North Platte and Lincoln County. ...More

 
Run benefits veterans with post traumatic stress disorder

Runners with Miles for Heroes, a non-for-profit organization will gather in North Platte at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 28, as they trek across Nebraska in five days, May 25-30, raising awareness and support for veterans with post traumatic stress disorder. ...More

 
Service set at 20th Century Veterans Memorial

A Memorial Day observance with be held at 4 p.m. Monday, May 30 at the 20th Century Veterans Memorial in North Platte.
Chaplain Maj. Gen. (ret) William J. Dendinger will speak. ...More

 
Sex offenders charged with failing to update registration

Two sex offenders from Mullen were arrested in North Platte Wednesday, charged with failing to keep their registration current. ...More

 
Town Hall on property tax relief (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

On Wednesday evening, I took part in a“Where’s the Tax Relief” Town Hall forum sponsored by The Platte Institute for Economic Research. It was held here in North Platte. ...More

 
Davis at the Legislature: Help, don't hinder rural businesses (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

On June 2, I will attend the first meeting of the Venture Development and Innovation Task Force. ...More

 
Jeffers St. construction: Moving along

Work continues to go well on the southbound lanes of Jeffers St., according to general contractor Don Albrecht of Cement Products. ...More

 
Couple charged with child abuse (6 Talk Back Entries 6)

A North Platte couple was charged Tuesday with child abuse and incarcerated in the Lincoln County jail. ...More

 
Flood outlook: Over banks of North Platte River (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

As heavy snow melts in the Rockies and rains fall across the river basin, lowland flooding will increase this week along the North Platte River in North Platte. ...More

 
District court report: Sentences issued for assault, drug use

Jason Diaz, 34, was sentenced Monday to 3 years in the state penitentiary for attempted domestic assault and strangulation. ...More

 
 
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Forecast: Rainy weather continues (2 Talk Back Entries 2)
 
Tornado watch: North Platte area
 
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State/Regional NewsMore state news
 
Speeder charged with DWI near Oxford
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Traveling two times faster than the posted speed limit earned a Furnas County man a trip to jail Thursday night for driving while intoxicated (DWI)....More

 
Alcohol compliance checks in Hall County
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Fonner Park in Grand Island was found to sell alcohol to a minor on May 20, when the Nebraska State Patrol, in conjunction with the Grand Island Police and the Hall County Sheriff’s Office, conducted alcohol compliance checks at 86 businesses....More

 
Public Power advisory: Donít move a mussel
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Don’t move a mussel -- that’s the message Nebraska Public Power District is sending recreational boaters and fishermen to help prevent the spread of the invasive zebra mussels into lakes and waterways of Nebraska....More

 
NSP troopers honored by MADD
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Sworn members of the Nebraska State Patrol, including four troopers from Troop D headquartered in North Platte, were honored Tuesday at the 17th annual Mothers Against Drunk Driving Hero Awards....More

 
Cody-Kilgore woman graduates high school, community college
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A Valentine native has become the first student to graduate from both high school and Mid-Plains Community College at the same time....More

 
Building the rodeo: 2015 award winner
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Look around the Wild West Arena in North Platte, and chances are you'll see something that has been built by Larry Piester....More

 
Memorial Day services set at Fort McPherson
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A Memorial Day ceremony is scheduled at 2 p.m. Monday, May 30 at the Fort McPherson National Cemetery / Shrine....More

 
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Sports

Miller, Hock to coach Sertoma Classic

Eight high school rodeo athletes finish at top of class

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With severe weather in the forecast for the week, we take a look at the storm chasers who came to North Platte looking to get the jump on a tornado. Also... a state hearing to see if the big 'water farm' has to pay property taxes or not... the Stage studio holds dance recitals... Memorial Day services set... the village of Maxwell is working towards a memorial to veterans... and more.

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