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Guardians of Children celebration draws a crowd

At the D&N Event Center Saturday morning, some 400 children and parents arrived for the Guardian of the Children awareness and appreciation day.   ...More

Three more men charged with meth distribution (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

As of late Thursday, three more men have been charged with meth distribution in Nebraska, following a coordinated crack-down by law agencies across the state. ...More

Kevin Kennedy iii to perform at Espresso Shop

North Platte native Kevin Kennedy iii kicks off his summer tour at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Espresso Shop, joined by Blue Swing and special guest Bailey Steele. ...More

Foot chase results in arrest (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

A North Platte man is held on a $20,000 bond after he was arrested Wednesday afternoon on drug charges. ...More

Classroom discipline: Legislature debates, does not decide (4 Talk Back Entries 4)

Lawmakers debated a bill Monday that would authorize teachers to restrain violent students and remove unruly students from the classroom with less worry of legal action. ...More

Sutherland woman charged with theft at care center (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

Around 5 p.m. on Friday, April 21, Lincoln County sheriff’s deputies went to the Sutherland Care Center to check out a reported theft. ...More

County presses for property taxes on 'water farm' (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Lincoln County officials continue to insist that the water-rich N-CORPE land in the southern part of the county should be taxed. On Monday, they laboriously reviewed 44 tax valuation protests. ...More

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Card skimmer found at fuel pump in Lexington

A card skimmer device was discovered this week by a Nebraska Department of Agriculture inspector during a routine pump inspection at a gas station in Lexington....More

Community college students, employees honored

Thursday was a day of celebration at North Platte Community College. The achievements of students, faculty and staff were highlighted during the Honors Convocation in theMcDonald-Belton Theater....More

Legislature wrestles with women's health provisions

Senators debated the state's main appropriations bill for nearly eight hours on Thursday, centered on the topic of women's health....More

Jeffrey Lake WMA boat ramp to close temporarily for dredging

The Jeffrey Lake Wildlife Management Area boat ramp south of Brady will close temporarily as the Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District begins dredging operations on or about May 1....More

NPCC Foundation to benefit from North Platte Giving Day

The public has the opportunity to influence local education, starting Wednesday, with a donation to the North Platte Community College Foundation....More

Statute of limitations removed for child sex assault

A bill is on the verge of passing the state legislature to provide child victims of sexual assault more time to seek damages....More

This week in the Legislature, April 17-21

This week in the Nebraska Legislature, senators discussed medical marijuana, lethal injection drug provider confidentiality and school funding....More

Red Cross urges blood and platelet donations

During Trauma Awareness Month in May, the American Red Cross urges eligible donors to help ensure blood is available for patients with traumatic injuries and other serious medical needs by donating blood or platelets....More

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