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Home builders line up for incentives, new homes planned at Iron Eagle (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

Six companies have been approved for an $8,000 subsidy per house they build in North Platte, which will add 32 new single family homes and 6 duplexes in the city, including several near the Iron Eagle Golf Course. ...More

 
County Court: Former store employee pays restitution (4 Talk Back Entries 4)

Justin Bailey, 22, finished paying nearly $5,000 in restitution Thursday to J.C. Penny’s in an employee theft conspiracy that was discovered a year ago. ...More

 
Entertainment around town

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

 
Juniors outhustle Millard South, finish as state runner-up

FREMONT-The North Platte First National Bank Juniors finished as the state runner-up in the American Legion tournament on Wednesday night after losing to Grand Island, 9-3. ...More

 
Council considers future of Iron Eagle (20 Talk Back Entries 20)

More than 23 acres of Iron Eagle golf course were decimated by a six-week flood on the South Platte River, but the course could be back in operation within a year. ...More

 
County jail receives state prisoners (5 Talk Back Entries 5)

Nine inmates from the state penitentiary in Lincoln arrived at the Lincoln County Jail on Thursday, and Sheriff Jerome Kramer said he would like to have more -- up to 15 if there is enough room. ...More

 
Fundraising tops $10,000 for Hedgecock and family (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

More than $10,000 was raised Saturday afternoon for the benefit of Jeff Hedgecock, the Lincoln County Jail Administrator who is battling diabetes and is on the list for a double transplant of a liver and kidney. ...More

 
Saxton sentenced to 30-to-life in riverbank murder

David Saxton was sentenced to a minimum of 30 years and a maximum of life in prison on Monday for the murder of another transient on the bank of the South Platte River in September 2014. ...More

 
 
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AK-47 bandit strikes again
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The FBI suspects that the AK-47 Bandit, who robbed a bank in Nebraska City in 2014, struck again in Mason City, Iowa....More

 
High-tech jobs program to train 500 in Kearney area
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Selected by the White House as fertile ground to train and recruit high-tech and high-skilled workers, Buffalo County and Kearney begin an effort Thursday to reshape central Nebraska as a hub for the information technology sector....More

 
Davis cancels town hall meetings
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Due to illness, Sen. Al Davis of Hyannis has cancelled town hall meetings that were scheduled this week. ...More

 
Ainsworth hospital CEO testifies before Congress (3 Talk Back Entries 3)
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Shannon Sorensen, CEO of Brown County Hospital in Ainsworth testified before the House Ways and Means Health subcommittee Tuesday during a hearing on rural health disparities. ...More

 
State Fair to host annual Best Burger contest
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The Nebraska Beef Council said Monday that the fifth annual Nebraska’s Best Burger contest will include a judging event at the Nebraska State Fair....More

 
Street dance set Aug. 1 in Stapleton
 
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Half of Iron Eagle golf course is down from a prolonged flood that killed roughs, fairways, tee boxes and greens. The course superintendent unveils an affordable way to make repairs, but city councilmembers wonder if it is worth it at any price without protection from future floods. Also... the talented, gritty First National Junior baseball team fights to the state title game... more on the future of driverless semi-trucks... another car is extricated from the South Platte river... updates on property tax valuations and protests... donors help the Hedgecock family and the Episcopal church... a gripping case of young men, meth and violence... protection against foot and mouth disease in livestock... and more.

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