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Game and Parks commissioners should be elected

Some new faces, same hot topics

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Beef feedlot roundtables at three locations in February

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Smith questions failure of CoOpportunity Health insurance

Rep. Adrian Smith, seeking some answers about the failure of the CoOportunity Health insurance company, wrote to Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell Friday.  ...More

 
Entertainment around town

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

 
North Platte man leads chase through residential neighborhood

Police chased a man and finally caught him in a residential area in north central North Platte in the wee hours of Tuesday morning. ...More

 
School board interviews superintendent candidates (5 Talk Back Entries 5)

The North Platte schools are getting a look this week at four finalists for the permanent job of superintendent. ...More

 
Groene at Legislature: Gov's tax plan, property taxes, easing state controls (5 Talk Back Entries 5)

Things are speeding up at the legislature. Gov. Ricketts gave his State of the State address this past week. His support of the legislature’s attempt to control spending is a good step forward. ...More

 
North Platte man sent to prison for burglary (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

John Christopherson, 28, was sentenced Thursday to 1-3 years in the penitentiary Monday for use of a weapon to commit a felony. ...More

 
Route of major new transmission line set

The Nebraska Public Power District announced the final route Monday for a new major transmission lines from the Gerald Gentleman station south of Sutherland to Holt County. ...More

 
District court sentences: Terrorist threats, drug possession (4 Talk Back Entries 4)

Cortney Hansen, 35, will serve a year and a half to three years in prison for making terroristic threats and violating probation. ...More

 
Gas price drops for four straight months (8 Talk Back Entries 8)

Fuel prices hit $1.85 a gallon Friday at some outlets in North Platte, as gas prices across the country continue their downward trend, reports AAA Nebraska.  ...More

 
 
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Gov. Ricketts talks plans in North Platte (5 Talk Back Entries 5)
 
Strange tracks found near Curtis (17 Talk Back Entries 17)
 
Thursday court: Meth charges bound over against teen
 
Be wary of IRS scam
 
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Surviving Life: Turning nightmares into dreams
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Having conducted staff training for more than 13 years, Shandy Loberg’s newest accomplishment was writing a book titled Surviving Life: How to Turn Nightmares in to Dreams (Amazon)....More

 
Authorities take Nebraska turkeys to Montana
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In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Nebraska reintroduced wild turkeys from other states to its landscape after the birds had been eliminated decades earlier during the westward expansion....More

 
Public, senators talk guns in hearing (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
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Sen. Ernie Chambers' blood pressure might have been higher than usual Thursday afternoon....More

 
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Lexington outguns Hershey girls

SPVA boys' finals: St. Pat's wins fourth straight title

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Government giveth and government taketh away: A North Platte mom and homemaker is convicted of food stamp fraud, but by less than half the amount with which she was charged. She still faces yet another charge. The shining health insurance star company of Obamacare folds up, leaving 120,000 policy holders scrambling to adjust. Ranchers warily eye property tax increases as the Legislature tries to round up some relief... about those mountain lions... other news of agriculture... outlook at the SPVA tournament... plus arrests, sentences, obituaries, births and marriages, and much more.

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