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Conversation I wish we were having about Oregon shooting

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Hall Red Angus ranch honored as Pioneer Breeder of the year

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Woman allegedly sexually assaulted overnight

A North Platte woman was allegedly assaulted overnight Tuesday and not found until an hour before daybreak. ...More

Wednesday: Edy Patterson Day

Wednesday will be Edy Patterson Day in North Platte, Mayor Dwight Livingston declared Tuesday night at the beginning of the North Platte city council meeting. ...More

Taxpayers group says Groene 'second-most conservative' (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Sen. Mike Groene of North Platte was the second-most conservative state senators during the 2015 legislature, according to a report Tuesday by a statewide fiscal conservative group. ...More

District court: Sentences handed down for thefts, drug convictions

Nathan Abernathy, 21, was sentenced Monday to 300 days in jail for receiving stolen property and theft. ...More

'Love my cat' set for seventh go-round

When Paws-itive Partners and veterinary clinics first sponsored a “Love My Cat” month, no one knew there would be many more.  ...More

North Platte woman warns of scam (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

Monica Vanarsdall of North Platte received an official looking envelope recently in the mail, along with a cashier’s check for nearly $2,000. ...More

Weekend police report: Three meth charges, one sex assault

On Friday at approximately 7:42 p.m., an officer met a parent who was concerned that her 15-year-old son may have had a sexual encounter with a 21-year-old North Platte woman. ...More

North Platte man sentenced to penitentiary

Julius Reed, 24, was sentenced to 3-5 years in the Nebraska Penitentiary Monday for being a felon in possession of a firearm and making terroristic threats.   ...More

Guns: Treat mental illness (28 Talk Back Entries 28)

In the aftermath of the shootings in Oregon, here's part of an article we published in January 2013 about treating mental illness. ...More

Law officers investigate burglaries

Law officers are looking for the culprits who burglarized businesses in five west central Nebraska communities Sunday, Sept. 27 as well as other communities in a wider area. ...More

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Over 4,700 Nebraskans affected by breach of T-Mobile data

The credit reporting bureau Experian recently reported that an unauthorized party gained access to a database that contained personal information of an estimated 15 million T-Mobile customers and potential customers, including 4,790 Nebraskans....More

Lake McConaughy: Plenty of water

Lake McConaughy’s elevation was at 3,257.1 feet on Monday morning, about 20 feet higher than a year ago, with inflows that were about 160 percent of normal....More

Type of Loc Ness monster fossil found

Some rare finds were reported by Reid Cummins earlier this year during a paleontology Passport in Time project he and Barb Beasley led near Ardmore, S.D....More

Human trafficking is thriving in Nebraska (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Nebraskans have yet to recognize the magnitude of human trafficking in their home state, officials said Friday at an international conference in Lincoln....More

Rural emergency rescuers discuss improving volunteer services

Members of rural emergency medical services departments throughout the state expressed concerns about and gave advice to lawmakers Friday about securing the future of volunteer rescue services....More

FBI warns of telephone scam (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

In a recent telephone scam, the caller identifies themselves as an FBI employee and the telephone number of FBI’s Omaha Division is erroneously displayed in the caller ID as the originating number....More

Federal grant takes aim at human trafficking in Nebraska (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

The Nebraska Attorney General’s Office announced Thursday a $600,000 federal grant to support the development and enhancement of human trafficking task forces....More

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