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Ben Sasse: Challenges, Internet security, ISIS, motivation

Mail: Train riders not welcome at homeless shelter

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Reminder: State sales tax dropped on ag machinery parts, repairs

Governor appoints new directors to Nebraska Wheat Board

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Con man continues his ways after conviction

You might lead a con man to a better life, but can you make him change? That is the question. ...More

Cemetery tours: Unbelievable events from the past

North Platte’s history is full of wild, tragic, unbelievable events. ...More

Entertainment around town

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

Troopers make pot bust near Hershey

A traffic stop on Interstate 80 near Hershey Monday led to the seizure of nearly 36 pounds of marijuana and two arrests. ...More

Bailey's restaurant closes (37 Talk Back Entries 37)

Bailey’s American Cuisine restaurant in North Platte has closed, the company announced with regret on Sunday. ...More

Authorities seek North Platte man accused of insurance fraud (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

Authorities want to find Joshua Salisbury, who was charged Sept. 3 with filing a stolen car report and collecting the insurance money. The car was found in the tailrace canal. ...More

North Platte man charged with assault (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

Carl J. McKinney was arrested early Friday morning and charged with assaulting his girlfriend, who ended up in the hospital. ...More

North Platte man convicted of DUI, avoiding arrest (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

Scott Trueblood was convicted Thursday of driving under the influence with two prior convictions and operation of a motor vehicle to avoid arrest. ...More

North Platte man back in jail (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

Jason E. Sullivan was arrested Sept. 23 and charged with drug possession, resisting arrest and driving without a license. ...More

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Scam callers seek money, claim to work for sheriff
With climate change, drought could be normal by century's end (57 Talk Back Entries 57)
KNOP, 10-11 merge staff (11 Talk Back Entries 11)
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October: Nebraska Manufacturing Month

Gov. Dave Heineman touted Nebraska’s manufacturing industry Tuesday and previewed the 2014 Salute to Manufacturing tour to be held later this month....More

Conservative group proposes state tax, spending reductions

The Platte Institute for Economic Research has unveiled a campaign to lower state taxes called “Strong Roots Nebraska.”...More

FBI launches national search for Nebraska City bank robber

The FBI is advertising a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the “AK-47 Bandit,” an unknown man who is suspected of bank robberies in four states as well as the attempted murder of a California police officer....More

Nebraska consumers eligible for refunds from Corporate Records Service

Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning said that his office has entered a settlement agreement with Corporate Records Service, regarding misleading solicitations the company sent to Nebraska corporations and businesses....More

Student arrested for threat at UNK

University of Nebraska at Kearney Police have arrested a 19-year-old student in connection with the evacuation of the campus library, the university announced Friday....More

Water to drop at Jeffrey Lake

The Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District will lower Jeffrey Lake in mid-October to allow cabin-owners to perform shoreline maintenance work....More

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United Way Drive gets underway

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Volleyball: Hershey inconsistent at home invite

Volleyball: Maxwell beats Paxton, Hayes Center

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