The Nebraska Public Power District is alerting ice fishermen on Lake Maloney, south of North Platte, that the ice could weaken rapidly next week when water begins to flow out of the lake and into the North Platte Hydro....More
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North Platte's hard working 93-year-old talks about life as he works in his shop (and out back in the wind) at Hild Propane near Jeffers and Rodeo Road. Read Roy Hild's thoughts about his life, how to stay young, living free and the soldiers who died so we have the opportunities. Also, parents across Nebraska recently protested a proposed high school policy about transgender students; part one of our rundown on basketball and wrestling teams in Lincoln County as the seasons take shape...a state senator wants to loosen TIF (tax increment financing) laws...and much more in our honest, lively independent newspaper.
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Superintendent Marty Bassett and the North Platte school board are leaning heavily toward putting all 6th graders in Madison, and restricting Adams to 7th and 8th grades. The students would be bused across town each day.