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Social Security to resume mailing benefit statements

Warning: The Cat is frustrated at home

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Climate change report kicks off 201415 Heuermann lectures

State Climatologist: Models predict above-normal precipitation this fall

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State Fair: Maxwell family reins in ribbons

A couple of miles north of Maxwell sits the Meyer Triangle Ranch, long respected as a raiser of Hereford cattle and Belgian horses. ...More

Happy Labor Day!

Happy Labor Day to workers… everyone who leaves whatever else is going on in their lives to go to work… who pay taxes before they collect their paychecks… who dedicates themselves each and every workday to a company, business or enterprise. ...More

North Platte man arrested after chase (1 Talk Back Entries 1)


Physician office building to nearly triple in size (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

Ground will be broken at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday for a project to triple the size of Great Plains physician office building in North Platte ...More

North Platte man charged with drugs, burglary tools

Police arrested a fugitive Tuesday night and put him back in jail. ...More

Testing: Teach the essentials (5 Talk Back Entries 5)

Statewide school test results were published Tuesday morning, showing that North Platte schools made some significant improvements last year, but still have a ways to go to measure up. ...More

Bomb fragments recall WWII home front (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Clayton Yonker was 16 years old when the bombs fell on Dickens during World War II. ...More

North Platte woman convicted of theft (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

Barbara Fox was convicted Tuesday of theft by deception of more than $1,500 from a North Platte mobile home court. ...More

Hershey band plays the fair

For the fourth straight year, the Hershey Panthers marching band performed at the state fair in Grand Island Monday, directed by Lori Evans. ...More

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Rhett to headline Nebraskaland Days Friday night concert (9 Talk Back Entries 9)
Mini-van hits semi truck on I-80 (4 Talk Back Entries 4)
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Police snare alleged Big Springs thief
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USDA donates to distance learning from North PlatteCommunity College

USDA Rural Development Nebraska State Director Maxine Moul visited Mid-Plains Community College in North Platte Friday to present the college with a plaque to commemorate an award of $118,700 to further distance learning capabilities....More

FEMA: Rebuilding info at Holdrege, Bellevue home improvement stores

For people who are rebuilding or repairing property damaged from severe storms and tornadoes, or for those just thinking about tackling a remodeling project at home or at work, specialists from the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be on hand from Aug. 28-Sept. 2 at stores in Holdrege and Bellevue....More

Nebraska sesquicentennial commission set

Gov. Dave Heineman announced 17 appointments Wednesday to the Nebraska Sesquicentennial Commission, to plan observance for the 150th anniversary of Nebraska’s Statehood on March 1, 2017....More

Suspect charged with murder of former North Platte resident (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Investigators charged a suspect Monday with murder in the death of a Rolland Tockey, 35, who was found in an irrigation canal in Peoria, Ariz. last week, just days after he was released from jail....More

Schedule for Miller dances

Fall is fast approaching and we are hoping that you will come dancing. Miller is a great place to practice and have fun with your family and friends.  ...More

Women sentenced on federal fraud charges

Two women from eastern Nebraska were sentenced Thursday to prison for wire fraud in a conspiracy that called people and claimed to represent a friend or family member in need of money....More

Community College back in session for 'milestone' year

For the first time in more than a decade, when classes started Monday at Mid-Plains Community College campuses, students will no longer be attending Nebraska's smallest community college....More

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Softball: Lady Dawgs 1-2 in Lincoln

Hershey Panthers run by Arcadia-Loup City

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The North Platte High volleyball team has the opportunity to challenge the Class A leaders this season for the state title, restoring a tradition that dates to 1979 and includes the powerhouse team of 2003. See how the season is shaping up for the Lady Dawgs, as well as the St. Pat's and Hershey football teams and others too. Also, how to 'trick your ride' with thin tires... North Platte school's efforts to improve ways to handle violent children...and improve academically...a $400 pair of tennis shoes...and much more...

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