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Agriculture - Local News
Miss Rodeo Nebraska contestants
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Contestants have been announced for the Miss Rodeo Nebraska Pageant June 12-15 during Nebraskaland Days in North Platte. ...More

 
Flap jacks for fish
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Come to an all you can eat pancake feed this Sunday, May 29 from 8 a.m. to noon. ...More

 
Downtown association unveils new logo
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The North Platte Downtown Association unveiled a new marketing image Thursday as part of a “Building our Strong Roots" campaign. ...More

 
Downtown assocation to unveil new campaign (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
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The North Platte Downtown Association will kick off a "Building Strong Roots" campaign and unveil a new logo on Thursday. ...More

 
Marriages
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Marriage licenses filed with the Lincoln County Clerk, May 16-20: ...More

 
Two children's summer theaters to be held
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The North Platte Community Playhouse will continue its proud tradition of exposing children to the performing arts this summer with two programs -- Itty Bitty Stardust Children's Theatre and the NPCP Summer Children's Theatre Program.   ...More

 
Chautauqua book discussion at library on May 28
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The public is invited to join North Platte Public Library Director Cecelia Lawrence for a book discussion about The Long Shadow: Legacies of the Great War in the Twentieth Century.  ...More

 
NebraskaLand National bankers recognized at state convention
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Hans Julius, a Vice President of Agricultural & Business Banking of NebraskaLand National Bank, was selected for the Prochnow Educational Foundation/Nebraska Bankers’ Association Scholarship to attend graduate school of banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. ...More

 
 
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Catholic school board meets
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Sheriff's office recognized (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
Flood: Looming possibility (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
North Platte man faces assault charge (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
Council finalizes animal tethering ordinance
Art center offers 'kids art attack' camp in June
State tourism director suspended (4 Talk Back Entries 4)
Weekend police report: Stalking, assault, theft allegations (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
Commissioners agree to buy parking lot
Giving Day leaders announced
Humanities speaker to discuss World War I at library
Heritage Festival to be held June 11-12
State audit critical of tourism spending (3 Talk Back Entries 3)
Entertainment around town
Marriages
Hatchet, gun fight leads to three arrests
School board approves roofing projects, new buses (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
Hershey sixth graders build trust at Nebraska National Forest
College’s house sells to North Platte couple
Skills USA team wins fourth straight state title
Margin increases: Maxwell school bond passes by seven votes (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
Husker coach Riley, athletic director Eichorst speak in North Platte
Terrorism analyst weighs in on ISIS (4 Talk Back Entries 4)
Advisors recommend land deal in industrial tract
Election: Narrowest of margins in Maxwell school bond
Marriages
Weekend police: Man leaves drugs in cop car, arrested
Farmer's Market to move to the Platte River Mall parking lot (6 Talk Back Entries 6)
Students: Internships 'got us through' (2 Talk Back Entries 2)
School board approves administrator's pay package (7 Talk Back Entries 7)
Dance recital packs high school theater (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
Driver evades state troopers from Lewellen to Alda
Weather smiles on trash cleanup on South Platte (6 Talk Back Entries 6)
Weather: Tornado possible, low-level flooding certain
North Platte Girl Scout joins women of distinction
Pediatrics moving to Health Pavilion
Two suspects charged with golf cart thefts (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
Entertainment around town
Ward 4 city council race: Q&A with Larry Campbell
Ward 4 city council race: Q&A with Lawrence Ostendorf
Ward 4 council race: Q&A with Tracy Martinez (9 Talk Back Entries 9)
Primary election preview: City council
Council bans choke collars on pet tethers (11 Talk Back Entries 11)
Council considers investment options for Newburn Fund (2 Talk Back Entries 2)
'Shred day' set May 11
Mock bricks add finishing touch on east side of Jeffers (7 Talk Back Entries 7)
Giving Day: More than 400 donors, $103,000 to charity
North Platte Jaycees honored
District court report: Young North Platte man stands mute
District Court: Three men sentenced for drug convictions
Historic B-17 bomber arrives in North Platte (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
School board considers administrators' pay (13 Talk Back Entries 13)
Services set for Ruth Gambs (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
North Platte man charged with threat with weapon (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
Commissioners postpone public hearing on parking lot
Bluegrass festival at fairgrounds
Mothers of pre-schoolers to meet
Unregistered sex offenders rounded up (28 Talk Back Entries 28)
Library program: WWI horses, knitted goods
Marriages
Hershey Spanish class visits Lexington
Applications open for seat on Visitors Bureau committee
College graduate: ‘Take a hit, go again’
United Way fundraiser, auction set
Compassion exhibit takes visitors to third world
Genealogy: Library presentation
4-H speaking contest set Saturday
Missing North Platte girl found in South Dakota (4 Talk Back Entries 4)
Trash cleanup day set on So. Platte River (7 Talk Back Entries 7)
Bulldogger photographer, in-depth writer win state honors (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
State contributes $30,000 for downtown study (16 Talk Back Entries 16)
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Coffee with Sen. Deb Fischer (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

 
 

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