In this week's
North Platte Bulletin
Half of Iron Eagle golf course is down from a prolonged flood that killed roughs, fairways, tee boxes and greens. The course superintendent unveils an affordable way to make repairs, but city councilmembers wonder if it is worth it at any price without protection from future floods. Also... the talented, gritty First National Junior baseball team fights to the state title game... more on the future of driverless semi-trucks... another car is extricated from the South Platte river... updates on property tax valuations and protests... donors help the Hedgecock family and the Episcopal church... a gripping case of young men, meth and violence... protection against foot and mouth disease in livestock... and more.
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