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Autism Society to benefit from St. Patty’s Beatdown

The Autism Society of Nebraska–North Platte Support Network is excited to be the charitable beneficiary of the Midwest Championship Fighting event to be held at the D & N Event Center in North Platte on March 19. ...More

Lexington student wins DAR award

Honorary State Regent Jackie Ohlmann presented Eva Martin with the Bonneville Chapter National Society Daughters of American Revolution Good Citizen Pin at the February meeting. ...More

Library to present program on solar eclipses

Eclipse enthusiast and astronomer Derryl Barr will be at the North Platte Public Library at noon Thursday, Feb. 25 to present a brown bag luncheon program titled “Eclipses Past.”  ...More

NPCC hosts district agriculture competition

North Platte Community College was bustling with activity Wednesday as more than 260 Nebraska FFA Association students took over shops and classrooms. ...More

Lincoln County schools attend Choir Festival

Show choirs from Hershey, North Platte St. Patrick and Sutherland participated Monday in the Nebraska Choral Director’s Association–Western Site Show Choir Festival at Chase County High School in Imperial. ...More

Team Jack Foundation to host color out 5K in North Platte

The Team Jack Foundation is hosting a Color Our Cancer 5K walk/runto honor North Platte natives Grady Simants and Olivia Swedberg.  ...More

Mary Poppins coming to playhouse

The third show of the 2015-16 community playhouse season, Mary Poppins, will open on Friday, Feb. 19. ...More

North Platte to host national qualifier speech tournament

North Platte will host one of the national qualifiers for high school speech on Feb. 25-27. In order to organize a successful event, volunteers are needed. ...More

Birthday Bash: Nerds House Party

The Buffalo Bill Birthday Bash will take partygoers back to the 1980s. ...More

Rotary Youth Leadership awards available

The North Platte Noon and Sunrise Rotary Clubs encourage sophomores or juniors in high school with an interest in their leadership potential to apply for the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards program. ...More


Marriage licenses filed with the Lincoln County Clerk, Feb. 1-5" ...More

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