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Texting: More fatal than DWI

Groene at the Legislature: Voters want jobs, sovereign borders

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Seats open on Noxious Weed Board

Taxes, ag economy to be focus of annual Farm Bureau convention

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After collision, Apodaca released because of medical costs (33 Talk Back Entries 33)

Virgil Apodaca Sr., 48, appeared Thursday in Lincoln County Court to face two counts of driving on a revoked license and one count of second-degree assault. ...More

 
Taking a look at what’s next for death penalty in Nebraska

Now what? That's the question many were asking regarding the recent death penalty referendum result that brought back capital punishment. ...More

 
Pay it forward: Santa Cop seeks donations (4 Talk Back Entries 4)

This holiday season marks the 31st year for the North Platte Police Santa Cop program.  ...More

 
Seats open on Noxious Weed Board

Applications are open for three seats on the Lincoln County Noxious Weed Board, because no one filed to run for the seats in the general election. ...More

 
ALERT: City utility customers targeted in scam

A sophisticated scam aims to skim money from North Platte utility customers, complete with the city's answering message. ...More

 
Two cars get into fender benders, twice (8 Talk Back Entries 8)

Allyson Janes of North Platte had reason to think the fates were against her Tuesday, when her car was hit in separate accidents by the same car. ...More

 
New overpass opens in Hershey (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

The new $16.7 million Hershey overpass officially opened at 11 a.m. Wednesday with a ribbon cutting, and the old main street crossing was closed the same day. ...More

 
Young lady keeps spirit of Christmas close (4 Talk Back Entries 4)

When Harmony Dailey was seven-years-old, she decided to give to others during Christmas season instead of asking for gifts for herself. Now at age 13, she has the same burning desire. ...More

 
Weekend police: Hit by car, North Platte woman remains in serious condition (12 Talk Back Entries 12)

Virgil Apodaca, 48, was arrested Friday and charged in connection with a woman who was hit by Apodaca’s car and dragged 75 feet after the collision.  ...More

 
 
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NSP: Three stores sold alchohol to minors
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On Nov. 30, the Nebraska State Patrol conducted alcohol compliance checks at retail outlets in Hitchcock and Dundy counties in southwest Nebraska....More

 
Seward girl’s bull elk more than just a state record
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A bull elk harvested by a Seward girl in September is not only the new non-typical record for Nebraska, it also ranks 16th in the all-time world records maintained by the Boone and Crockett Club....More

 
Smith strives to ease restrictions on small hospitals
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Rep. Adrian Smith’s effort to ease burdensome restrictions on small rural hospitals passed in the House of Representatives Wednesday and advances to the Senate for consideration....More

 
State troopers issue hundreds of no seatbelt citations, warnings
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The Nebraska State Patrol issued 220 seatbelt citations or warnings as well as 40 child restraint citations or warnings during the “Click It or Ticket” special enforcement campaign Nov. 21-27....More

 
Plans take shape for 'Wreaths Across America' at Fort McPherson (3 Talk Back Entries 3)
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At 11 a.m. on Dec. 17, members of the Lincoln County Civil Air Patrol, representatives of the military services, veterans and their families will observe “wreaths across America,” a program to put a Christmas wreath at veterans’ graves across America....More

 
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Sports

Swedes hand Hershey their first loss

Hershey wins at Gothenburg

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