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Coming together: New projects for kids play (4 Talk Back Entries 4)

Two projects for the young and the young at heart are in the discussion and planning stages in North Platte – an upgrade at the little league baseball fields and a bicycle moto-cross track near Walker Road and Buffalo Bill Avenue. ...More

 
Entertainment around town

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

 
County court: Bonds lowered in alleged handgun threats

Bonds were reduced Thursday in Lincoln County Court for two men charged with threatening three other men with a gun. ...More

 
Public health clinic open near downtown

The West Central District Health Department will open a Public Health Clinic with a physician on hand on Monday, Aug. 1, within the main building at 111 N. Dewey in North Platte. ...More

 
Couple caught in stolen car

A man and woman were arrested Monday evening after police caught them in North Platte driving a car that was stolen in Indiana. ...More

 
Weekend police report: Four men charged with assaults (13 Talk Back Entries 13)

A North Platte man is held in the Lincoln County jail on a $100,000 bond after he allegedly threatened a woman around midnight Saturday with a handgun. ...More

 
Motel going down for new parts store

Demoltion got underway late last week and continued Monday at the Country Inn Motel at D and Dewey streets, making way for a new O’Reilly Auto Parts store. ...More

 
District court: Dike, Beauvais sentenced

A young North Platte man will get a chance to mend his ways through probation, thanks to a 2015 change in state law, geared to give offenders another chance before prison. ...More

 
Evidence suppressed in I-80 pot seizure, suspect released (5 Talk Back Entries 5)

Although a state trooper found more than three pounds of pot in a man’s car, the evidence of drug distribution has been tossed out of Lincoln County District Court. ...More

 
 
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Lake McConaughy Master Plan meeting set
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The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will host a public meeting on Aug. 4 about the Lake McConaughy/Lake Ogallala Master Plan....More

 
Cambridge to host city-wide blood drive
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A city-wide blood drive will be held in Cambridge Saturday and Sunday, July 29-30....More

 
Probation officer convicted of sexual abuse
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Thomas Peterson, 57, of Kearney was convicted by a federal jury Thursday of four counts of violating the civil rights of female probationers under his supervision, plus a count of lying to the FBI during questioning. ...More

 
Daughters of Revolution install officers
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Recently, Linda Mins installed 2016-18 officers for the Bonneville Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the Revolution....More

 
Historic Arrow Hotel to expand to the south side of Broken Bow square
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Broken Bow took a heavy blow April 1, 2007 when a devastating fire destroyed one-fourth of the downtown business district....More

 
State obtains settlement in pyramid scheme accusations
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Gage County-based B & B Communications, Inc. and its principals settled a legal dispute Jly 22 with the state attorney general over alleged operations of pyramid schemes....More

 
Mountain Lion killed in Gering
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A mountain lion was found in the residential area of Gering Thursday and killed by authorities....More

 
Taxpayers group to host tea party in Omaha (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
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The Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom again will protest the treatment of taxpayers by officeholders in Nebraska and Congress. ...More

 
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Upland game bird numbers increase in 2015

Archers compete in Lincoln

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