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Democracy on a 3-minute time limit with no discussion

Davis at the Legislature: Local control of wind energy

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‘Coffee with a Forester’ workshop addresses tree health

Wheat board to meet in North Platte

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Chris Stapleton to perform at Nebraskaland Days (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

Chris Stapleton barnstormed the 2015 Country Music Association awards, where he swept the categories of album of the year, male vocalist of the year and new artist of the year. ...More

 
Ninth annual 'Woofstock' set

Paws-itive Partners' ninth annual Woofstock is expected to attract hundreds of dogs and dog lovers to Memorial Park in North Platte on Saturday. ...More

 
Gov. Ricketts to conduct Town Hall (10 Talk Back Entries 10)

The public is invited to a Town Hall meeting with Gov. Pete Ricketts at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25 at Great Plains Health, 601 W. Leota St.  ...More

 
School budget: Flack continues to settle (11 Talk Back Entries 11)

In an Aug. 15 column to the Bulletin and other papers in Lincoln County, Sen. Mike Groene said he was told to shut up and set down after he spoke for three minutes at a school budget hearing. ...More

 
Weekend police report: Crash-bang-boom, driver charged with DUI (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

Police said a North Platte man allegedly drove his Malibu into three crashes Saturday before he ended up against a semi-truck. ...More

 
Work continues on city streets

Sandoval Concrete, the contractor for the city, will start repairing Front St. between Chestnut and Cottonwood on Thursday morning. ...More

 
District Court: Johns, Hill face charges

One woman was convicted and another sentenced Monday of felony charges in Lincoln County District Court. ...More

 
Three men killed in semi-truck collision (Updated Monday) (4 Talk Back Entries 4)

Three men were killed around 6:30 p.m. Sunday evening in a fiery collision of two semi-trucks on I-80, a mile and a half east of Hershey. ...More

 
 
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Student loans from Corinthian Colleges could be forgiven
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The Nebraska Attorney General is reaching out to Nebraskans who might qualify for a write off of student loans from fraudulent colleges....More

 
Community college celebrates adjunct faculty
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Thirty-three adjunct faculty members with a combined total of 310 years’ worth of service have been recognized by Mid-Plains Community College....More

 
Federal buildings: Women's bathrooms open to transgender men (3 Talk Back Entries 3)
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The Government Services Administration has issued a regulation declaring transgender employees and visitors must be allowed to use the bathrooms that match their "gender identity."...More

 
July 4 ballgame at DeWitty, 1914
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Earlier this year, some 200 people gathered on the side of U.S. Highway 83 in Cherry County to dedicate a new roadside historical marker commemorating the historic community of DeWitty....More

 
NPCC offers fast track to dental assisting
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North Platte Community College is offering a faster way for people to embark on a career in dental assisting....More

 
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Adams Bank & Trust names Talent Development Officer

Craft, vendor show set Saturday

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Sports

Girls' golf: Lady Dawgs fall to Ogallala in dual

Archery results

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