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MOPS meetings set
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MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) will meet the morning of Oct. 3 and discuss the courage to be intentional. ...More

 
Seats open in youth art classes, contest
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Gateway Realty/Real Living and the Prairie Arts Center are teaming up to build community awareness of the need to adopt homeless pets through children’s art work. ...More

 
Local weather forecasters to join Paws-itive Partners Pasta Dinner
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On Tuesday, the National Weather Service kicked off the agency’s fourthannual week of service. ...More

 
High school to present Titantic drama
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The stage comes alive with passengers and crew of the Titanic, speaking directly about the disaster, when the North Platte Drama Club presents Titanic: Tragedy and Trial on Oct. 7 and 9. ...More

 
United Way Drive gets underway
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The 2014-15 United Way campaign officially began Monday with the unveiling of the campaign thermometer at the First National Bank at Dewey and Francis. ...More

 
Reacting responsibly to child sexual abuse
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The Bridge of Hope Child Advocacy Center will conduct Darkness to Light’s Stewards of Children training on Tuesday, Oct.14 from 6-9 p.m. at Mid-Plains Community College.  ...More

 
GREEN set at Quality Inn
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The 12th annual GREEN fundraiser for the North Platte Catholic Schools will be held on Saturday, Oct. 4 at the Quality Inn & Suites. ...More

 
St. Pat's art teacher receives honors
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Art teacher Tim O'Neill was honored Friday at the Nebraska Art Teachers show, when his painting recieved second place in a juried show of works from across the state. ...More

 
Marriages
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Marriage licenses filed with the Lincoln County Clerk, Sept. 22-26: ...More

 
No Limits students shine in competition
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Investigator Roger Freeze of the North Platte police department announced Sept. 23 that eight students in the police department’s “No Limits” youth martial arts program performed well at the annual Mid-Platte Valley Taekwondo Championships. ...More

 
Catholic school board reviews construction plans
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North Platte Catholic Schools Superintendent Kevin Dodson and Stephen Granger of CG Architects updated the Catholic School board Sept. 16 on two construction projects that are part of the schools’ “Forward in Faith” fundraising campaign. ...More

 
Kiwanis donate
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The Buffalo Bill Kiwanis club recently announced donations of more $12,275.40. ...More

 
Hershey school safety patrol takes field trip
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Hershey elementary principal Jason Callahan recently rewarded the school’s safety patrol with a field trip. The patrol consists of 39 fifth and sixth graders who volunteer to be street crossing guards. ...More

 
 
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