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Groene at the Legislature: State budget looks better, Kintner scandal, vaccine

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Ranch transition when you aren’t in control

Wallace FFA receives handbooks through Farm Credit Services of America

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North Platte man charged with dealing drugs in parking lot

A North Platte man was charged Wednesday with selling drugs in broad daylight in a parking lot next to U.S. Highway 83. ...More

 
Government class decides mock trial

District court was packed Wednesday for the mock trial of girl for minor in possession. Members of the Hershey High government class were mock jurors ...More

 
North Platte woman charged with assault, knife threat, theft

A North Platte woman allegedly went a little crazy Monday and Tuesday, throwing things at her boyfriend, spraying him in the face and slashing his tires, police said. ...More

 
Stapleton Elementary joins top U.S. schools (updated) (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

The U.S. Secretary of Education announced Wednesday that Stapleton Elementary School is a nationally honored, Blue Ribbon School. ...More

 
The CCC boys of Nebraska: Musical Tribute to Civilian Conservation Corps

Michigan based author Bill Jamerson will present a music and storytelling program about the Civilian Conservation Corps at 12:30 p.m. at the Sutherland Village office room on Thursday, Sept. 29. ...More

 
Family faces high bills for child's rare disease

Miss Millie Meyer entered the world with a bang on March 26. Shortly after she was born she was flown to Children’s Hospital in Omaha, where she stayed for 11 weeks. ...More

 
'Love My Cat' month starts soon (8 Talk Back Entries 8)

“Love My Cat” month gets underway in October, offering discounts to spay and neuter cats, continuing the successful effort of the past five years. ...More

 
Troop D Capt. Lynn Williams to retire (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

After 33 years with the Nebraska State Patrol, the commander of Troop D headquarters in North Platte, Capt. Lynn Williams, will retire at the end of the week. ...More

 
Young North Platte man charged in drug sale

A young North Platte man was charged Saturday with possession of prescription drugs. ...More

 
Environmentalists, historians dig into Birdwood Creek (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Courtney Ziska of the Nebraska State Historical Society hit a vein of precious material last summer when she went prospecting along the Birdwood Creek. ...More

 
Mock disaster plays out at airport

Alarms sounded, streets and highways were closed Thursday as first responders and law enforcement converged on Lee Bird Field in response to a simulated air disaster. ...More

 
 
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Fatalities of fiery I-80 crash identified
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 The Nebraska State Patrol released the identities Thursday of three people who were burned beyond recognition in a fiery crash near Gibbon Friday, Sept. 23....More

 
UNMC study highlights state mental health needs
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A recent study conducted by the University of Nebraska Medical Center paints a stark picture about behavioral and mental health treatment across Nebraska, saying the state is inadequate and inefficient in treating people who suffer from mental and behavioral health problems....More

 
Calling for commitment to renewable energy
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Sens. Ken Haar of Malcolm and Tyson Larson of O'Neill heard testimony Wednesday from leaders from around the state calling for a response to the growing threat of climate change and an increase in energy from renewable resources....More

 
Cody-Kilgore school receives equipment from Dr. Pepper Snapple and Good Sports
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Dr. Pepper Snapple has awarded Cody-Kilgore Unified Schools in northern Nebraska an equipment donation valued at $5,000 as part of its partnership with Good Sports....More

 
Mandatory ACT testing seen as plus for students
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LINCOLN--When all juniors in Nebraska high schools take the ACT exam this fall, it will mark a change in state testing requirements that many see as a positive for students in Nebraska....More

 
Three people killed in fiery crash near Gibbon
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A semi-truck blew a tire and went out of control on Interstate-80 Friday, starting a chain reaction that killed three people and injured two others....More

 
Maker of Suboxone accused of monopolizing market
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Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson and 35 other state attorneys general filed an antitrust lawsuit Thursday in federal court against the makers of Suboxone -- a prescription drug used to treat opioid addiction....More

 
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North Carolina author to speak at North Platte Public Library

Trio to perform Oct. 10, opens community concert series

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Sports

Volleyball: Maxwell loses to Chase County, defeats Sutherland

Volleyball: Panthers grind out victory

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Native tribes such as the Lakota once roamed the area, bound only by the range of wildlife they hunted and the plants they consumed. Here's a look at the remnants of their way of life in the context of some of the events of today. Also... a profile of North Platte mayoral candidates... Capt. Williams looks back on a State Patrol career in west central Nebraska... and more.

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