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North Platte men charged with assault (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

Three young North Platte men were arrested Thursday night and charged with assaulting an 18-year-old man and threatening him with a shotgun. ...More

North Platte man arrested for fourth time in three months (5 Talk Back Entries 5)

For the fourth time this year, Daniel Founds of North Platte has made his way back into the Lincoln County jail. ...More

Four Shillings Short to perform at Espresso Shop

Four Shillings Short, an independent folk band, will perform Saturday, March 25 from 7-9 p.m. at the Espresso Shop downtown. ...More

Entertainment around town

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

Mail: Watch out for health insurance replacement (4 Talk Back Entries 4)

As the U.S. House of Representatives prepares to vote on a bill to replace Obamacare, a Bulletin reader sent an open letter to Rep. Adrian Smith, which says: ...More

Earth Day festival taking shape (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Plans to celebrate Earth Day are taking shape in North Platte, thanks to two women -- Yoko Lawing, an Edward Jones financial advisor, and Jina Maleksarkissians, the manager of Regency Retirement. ...More

Council approves economic grants (5 Talk Back Entries 5)

The city council agreed Tuesday to give Mark and Dee Lutrell $30,000 to renovate the old Depot restaurant downtown, as long as the money is only used on the building. ...More

Man charged with assault, police suspect drug deal (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

For the third time this month, a man in North Platte has been charged with assault with a handgun. ...More

North Platte man charged with obstruction, assaulting police officer (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

On Friday, March 17, at 1:40 a.m., a police officer investigated a disturbance near the intersection of N. Willow and W. 11th. ...More

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Vote for state reptile, Game and Parks says (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is hoping to raise awareness of the state’s reptile species by encouraging residents to vote for a state reptile....More

College teacher honored for adult basic education

A Mid-Plains Community College instructor has been recognized at the national level for work in the field of adult education. ...More

Inductees announced to Sandhills Cowboy Hall of Fame

The 2017 inductees into the Nebraska Sandhills Cowboy Hall of Fame were announced Tuesday. They are:...More

Secretary of State John Gale won't run for reelection

Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale announced Monday that his current term would be his last, and he will not seek re-election in 2018....More

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Congress has declared a day of honor for the "Rosies" who were "Riveters" during World War II. We look at one family who built B-24 Liberator bombers, through the memory of memorabilia of daughter Barb Falkena of North Platte. Also... the gov's property tax plan... devastating wildfires... the logbook of life -- deaths, births, marriages and arrests -- and more.

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