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Mail: Congrats to North Platte High speech competitors

Groene at the Legislature: Classroom restraint, felons with bow and arrows, property tax relief

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Managing mama cows during calving season

Farmer’s Union board calls for ban on Brazilian food imports

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Severe Weather Season: Testing, be ready

The National Weather Service in Nebraska conducts their annual test tornado watch and warning at 10 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, during Severe Weather Awareness Week. ...More

 
Entertainment around town

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

 
Wanted: State Patrol asks for help (Updated Wed. a.m.) (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

The Nebraska State Patrol is seeking assistance finding the man in the pictures, who is wanted for questioning in the investigation of the death of John Fratis, 25, on Tuesday morning in Ogallala.  ...More

 
Maxwell man sentenced for murder (6 Talk Back Entries 6)

Convicted murderer Emerson Craig, who has been in jail for nearly two-and-a-half years, will spend at least 10 years behind bars, following sentencing Monday in Lincoln County Court. ...More

 
Downtown canopies: Council hears general options (11 Talk Back Entries 11)

The North Platte city council will have to decide one day if the canopies over the Dewey St. sidewalks will be torn down and replaced with canvas awnings – the look and features of nearly 100 years ago. ...More

 
North Platte teen charged in handgun investigation

A stolen handgun used in a teenage shooting March 6 was traced to its original owner, and an 18-year-old is charged will illegal possession, North Platte police spokesman John Deal said Monday. ...More

 
North Platte man charged with counterfeiting

A North Platte man was charged with counterfeiting Friday after he allegedly tried to pass a phony bill at a liquor store. ...More

 
Concert on the bricks (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

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

 
North Platte fifth grader designs winning 'Missing Children's Day' poster (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Each year, the Nebraska Attorney General’s Office invites fifth graders from across the state to participate in a poster competition. ...More

 
 
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Peregrine falcon ‘Orozco’ lands in Omaha
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“Orozco,” a male peregrine falcon hatched at the Nebraska Capitol in 2015, has been seen in Omaha, Game and Parks officials said Tuesday....More

 
Dems, Republicans fight over voter IDs
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In recent days, it has come to light that the Nebraska Democratic Party attempted to furnish voter registration forms to resettlement refugees, Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale said Tuesday....More

 
Bessey Ranger District offers free grouse viewing blind
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There is no better spring welcome than to see and hear the courtship displays of Nebraska’s prairie grouse against a sandhill sunrise. ...More

 
The week in the Legislature, March 20-24
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During the week, state legislators removed restrictions on permissible clothing for teachers as well as acupuncture referrals....More

 
Holiday would recognize American natives
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The state legislature's Government, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee heard testimony March 23 on a bill that would create a new state holiday honoring indigenous leaders....More

 
See close-up: Migration, mating dances near North Platte
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The public can view greater prairie-chickens and Sandhill cranes at no charge at public viewing blinds in the North Platte area.
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Vote for state reptile, Game and Parks says (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
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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

 
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Bowlers honored at Hall of Fame banquet

Swim team advances to state

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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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