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Christophers ask for help with medical bills

With his back up against a financial wall, former North Platte radio talk show host Nate Christopher and his wife are asking for help. ...More

 
Government agency charges post office $7,500/month rent (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

The postal service currently pays $91,000 a year to lease space in the downtown federal building for a post office, Chamber of Commerce President John Hale said Friday. ...More

 
Merry Christmas! (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

Best wishes for a blessed, merry Christmas to you and yours! ...More

 
Council condemns post office closure (8 Talk Back Entries 8)

The North Platte city council officially asked the U.S. Postal Service Monday to stop planning to move the downtown post office to the industrial tract on the east side of the city. ...More

 
Court recognizes woman's efforts to reform (6 Talk Back Entries 6)

Tanya Garza got something of a Christmas present when she appeared in court Monday -- mercy from the judge. ...More

 
Entertainment around town

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

 
Police find meth, two women charged

Around 7:30 p.m. Monday, police went to a house in the 1700 block of West First to check out a report of a 32-year-old man who was in the house but was not wanted there.    ...More

 
New sign approved for visitor's center (15 Talk Back Entries 15)

The Lincoln County Commissioners approved a new sign Monday for the new visitor’s bureau center near Interstate 80, for just less than $20,000. ...More

 
Commissioners object to planned closure of post office (7 Talk Back Entries 7)

The Lincoln County Commissioners joined the public outcry Monday, objecting to an abrupt notice by the U.S. Postal Service to close the downtown post office. ...More

 
 
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Big game meeting re-set in Ord
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The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission invites hunters and landowners to attend a rescheduled public informational meeting to discuss big game issues Jan. 8 in Ord....More

 
Hornung retires from community college board
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Jane Hornung received a plaque from Mid-Plains Community College President Ryan Purdy on Wednesday night during her final MPCC Board of Governors meeting....More

 
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Basketball: Sutherland defeats Hayes Center

Basketball: Bulldogs fall to Columbus

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A spicey recap of the highlights of the year 2014, just before it ends. Also, jail sentences that were issued Dec. 22 in Lincoln County District Court... Kimball High School helps Paige Larchick of Hershey... the post office dispute... second charge, second time around for Gary Wilson... an interview with North Platte basketball player Trajuan Harris... the Wallace girls basketball players... births, marriages, deaths and arrests... and more.

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