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At the Legislature: Fire fighting, water in reservoirs

At Legislature: Guns can't be prohibited in emergency

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Legislature eases farm equipment shipping

Winter: 27th coldest, 18th driest

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Senate campaign to bring Palin to North Platte (12 Talk Back Entries 12)

A heated Republican race for the U.S. Senate will bring conservative leaders Sarah Palin and Sen. Mike Lee to North Platte April 25 to support Ben Sasse. ...More

Police jail suspect for meth

Police stopped a speeding car on East Philip during the night and ended up taking a North Platte to jail. ...More

Rancher: BLM rigs grazing permits, then takes (9 Talk Back Entries 9)

Debate is raging as people learn more about the U.S. Bureau of Land Management's conflict with Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy. ...More

Entertainment around town

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

Lake hike-bike trail takes shape

An adventure run March 29 garnered $2,400 for a new hike-bike trail at Lake Maloney, organizer Jim States said. ...More

Police sargeant honored for life-saving work (4 Talk Back Entries 4)

North Platte police Sgt. Jeff Foote was honored Tuesday by Mayor Dwight Livingston for instrumental efforts in saving the life of a North Platte man who was not breathing when Foote responded to an emergency 911 call. ...More

Commissioner candidate unhurt in collision (7 Talk Back Entries 7)

Two vehicles collided late Monday morning at the four-way intersection of A Street and Buffalo Bill Ave. ...More

Kruse appointed to Housing Authority, despite disagreement (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

Mayor Dwight Livingston appointed Bonnie Kruse Tuesday to the board of directors of the North Platte Housing Authority even though Housing Authority Director J.D. Bennett had someone else in mind. ...More

Nevada ranch: Old West style standoff (46 Talk Back Entries 46)

Last week I was riveted to TV news, email and the Internet, watching the real-life saga unfold of the battle between Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his family and the federal Bureau of Land Management. ...More

Model trains: Consistent enjoyment

Most Nebraska towns would not be here if it weren’t for trains, said Gene Tacey, the director of the Nebraska West Central Division of the National Model Railroad Association. ...More

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Historic Log Cabin Cafe under new ownership
North Platte man charged with assault (2 Talk Back Entries 2)
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Scam smart: Avoid websites that charge for driverís licenses

Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning issued a consumer alert Thursday for Nebraskans to avoid third-party websites that charge fees to process online driver’s license renewals....More

Stellaís Bar & Grill reclaims Best Burger title (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

The Nebraska Beef Council has announced Stella’s Bar & Grill in Bellevue as the winner of the fourth annual “Nebraska’s Best Burger” contest....More

Rodeo, football, wrestling: Brody Cleveland does it all (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

KEYSTONE – If there’s a high school athlete who can say he’s well-rounded, well, it might have to be Brody Cleveland....More

Custer County historical society tour

The Broken Bow campus of Mid-Plains Community College sponsored the second annual historical tour of Custer County Saturday....More

Lawmakers pass more water measures

April 10 was a busy day at the State Capitol, as lawmakers passed bills that would create a water sustainability fund....More

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Annual 'Walk for Life' set May 3-4

Art classes at Prairie Art Center

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Youth track, field games set at high school

Brady girls, South Loup boys win junior high track meet

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The Nevada ranch controversy and four-hour armed standoff between the government and the public -- disturbing, intriguing and important events that capture attention, especially here in ranch country. We report how the situation reached the boiling point. Also, Hobby Lobby has signed a letter of intent to come to North Platte, if a new building is ready. See the plans and read what developer Mark Wilkinson has to say about it. And, an eminent domain settlement is reached in the Medicine Creek/NCORPE water farm development...more farm news in our quarterly special section...a look at the wonderful musical Annie...outstanding achievements/big impacts by North Platte graduates... city council... accidents... arrests... sports and more from your independent home-grown newspaper.

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