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No progress in murder case, Craig remains behind bars (5 Talk Back Entries 5)

Accused murderer Emerson Craig has been locked behind bars in the Lincoln County jail for 392 days and he will stay there longer yet. ...More

Three cars collide near Sutherland

A California man was seriously injured Monday evening when two cars narrowly avoided a head-on collision near Sutherland on U.S. Highway 30. ...More

Entertainment around town

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

Young North Platte man charged with stalking

A 19-year-old North Platte man was charged Sunday with stalking after he allegedly refused to leave his former girlfriend alone. ...More

Construction bustles as year draws to an end (23 Talk Back Entries 23)

An extensively renovated auto dealership in North Platte opened Nov. 3 and the doors will open soon on a four-story hotel near I-80. ...More

Ace Hardware opens contract postal unit (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

Ace Hardware in North Platte officially opens a Contract Postal Unit downtown at 8 a.m. Monday. ...More

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Hershey Teammate mentors honored
North Platte man, woman charged with meth trafficking
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Snow-Redfern foundation grants are issued

The Snow-Redfern Foundation of Alliance has awarded grants in the amount of $240,000 to 54 organizations across the state of Nebraska and 19 different communities in 2015....More

Union Pacific to close yard in Denver, some employees headed to North Platte

Union Pacific will close a locomotive maintenance and repair yard in Denver in mid-February that employs about 200 people due to lower coal shipments, the company announced Nov. 16....More

Wildlife area still closed to protect whooping cranes

Six whooping cranes are still hanging out at Father Hupp Wildlife Management Area in southeast Nebraska, so that area is still off-limits to the public, the Game and Parks Commission said Tuesday.  ...More

Body found in Missouri River

The investigation into the identity of the body of an adult female found in the Missouri River near Nebraska City on Monday, Nov. 23 continues....More

I-80 crash claims two lives

Two residents of Scottsbluff were killed Thursday night in a one-car crash on I-80 near Bushnell near the Wyoming-Nebraska border....More

'Goodfellas' operators sentenced for prostitution offenses

On Friday, Louis A. Venditte, 67, of Omaha, was sentenced to a year in prison for four federal prostitution related offenses, including conspiracy to transport an individual across state lines with intent to engage in prostitution....More

Mexican national gets 20 years for drug distribution

U.S. Attorney Deborah R. Gilg announced Thursday that Eduardo Valenzuela-Nunez, 34, of Sonora Mexico was sentenced to 20 years in prison....More

Two arrested in antelope slayings

Two men were charged Thursday with killing 25 antelope in rural Morrill County, following an request for the public to help solve the case from the Nebraska Game Parks Commission....More

Game and Parks seeks info on illegally killed antelope (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is seeking information about the killing and “wanton waste” of 25 antelope that were illegally shot near Broadwater in western Nebraska....More

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Basketball: Hershey hosts Paxton in preseason battle

Brady's Neiman, Porter lead all-district football team

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