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Ricketts: Reduce property tax burden

Legislature report: cattle, RR crews, marijuana & aging

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Nebraska SRM conference set in North Platte

4S Goat Expo set: Educational seminar, show, sale

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Husker sports figures stop in North Platte

Nebraska men's basketball coach Tim Miles along with former Husker receiver Matt Davison, stopped at North Platte’s Wicked Fast Convenience store on N. Jeffers Tuesday morning. ...More

 
Senate candidates square off (7 Talk Back Entries 7)

Democrat Dave Domina’s supporters wore green tee shirts. Republican Ben Sasse’s followers wore red. ...More

 
Weekend police report: Breaking into meth house, assaults (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Four North Platte residents didn’t rest much on Sunday, allegedly choosing instead to try to break into an unoccupied trailer house that contained methamphetamine. ...More

 
D.C. observer: Time to take government back

National columnist, author and commentator Linda Killian recently came to Nebraska for a week to accompany Independent candidate Jim Jenkins on the campaign trail. ...More

 
International guitarist to perform

European gypsy jazz guitar sensation Joscho Stephan will perform in concert Thursday, Sept. 18 at the McDonald Belton theater at North Platte Community College, on the south campus. ...More

 
Understanding ISIL (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

Mosul, Iraq, has been a vibrant center of Christian life for 1,600 years. The storied city is mentioned in the Bible, and legend claims that the Prophet Jonah was buried there. ...More

 
Woman charged with drug theft at retirement home

A North Platte woman was jailed Thursday, charged with stealing prescription drugs from her workplace. ...More

 
Opinions on the street: US should fight ISIS (25 Talk Back Entries 25)

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) made headlines with video presentations of beheadings of journalists, a priest and a Christian. ...More

 
 
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All Aboard Rail Fest: Train ride ticket give away
 
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Congressional caseworker to visit North Platte
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Constituents of Rep. Adrian Smith who need assistance dealing with a federal agency are invited to attend a “Caseworker in Your Community” event in North Platte on Tuesday, Sept. 30....More

 
Legislature's judiciary committee hears marijuana concerns (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
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Local courts and law enforcement have been dealing with Colorado’s legalization of marijuana, and the issue has now escalated to the attention of the Nebraska Legislature, whose judiciary committee held a hearing regarding the problem Sept. 8 in the Quality Inn at Ogallala....More

 
Popular ride share services come under fire
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While new rideshare services are growing rapidly and have increased transportation access in cities across the country, many argue these services operating illegally under current state laws, which was the debate at the Nebraska Capitol on Sept. 11....More

 
Jenkins challenges Sasse to more debates
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Just three days before Senate candidates square off at North Platte High School Sunday, non-partisan candidate Jim Jenkins called on Republican Senate nominee Ben Sasse to agree to more campaign debates....More

 
Lt. Gov. resigns after sister obtains protection order (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
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A decade-long career in state government ended Tuesday for Lt. Gov. Lavon Heidemann, when he resigned from office and took his name off the ticket for another term....More

 
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Lady Panthers sixth at Elm Creek tournament

Martial arts: Three win trophies in Bellevue

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