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Davis at the Legislature: Energy shifts

Groene at the Legislature: Transparency, audits

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Gov., cattlemen unveil new farm vehicle designation

Biologist, vet tech is NCTA Aggie of the Year

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Weekend police: North Platte man charged with brutal assault

Wesley Hawkins, 47, was charged late Sunday afternoon with second-degree domestic assault and use of a weapon to commit a felony. ...More

 
District court report: North Platte man convicted of forgery

Timothy Dike, 20, was convicted Monday in Lincoln County District Court of second-degree forgery. ...More

 
Storm watchers wait in North Platte

Scientific storm watchers parked in North Platte Sunday at Wal-Mart, waiting in case a tornado developed. ...More

 
IRS scam hits up news reporter

After Bulletin Reporter Joe Chitwood had morning tea Friday, he checked his phone to see if he received texts or calls overnight. ...More

 
Montgomery repeats as Class C pole vault champion (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

North Platte St. Pat's senior Katie Montgomery won Class C for the second straight year in the pole vault on Saturday at the Nebraska State Track and Field Meet in Omaha. ...More

 
State Patrol Sergeant honored for drug enforcement

Sgt. Eric Rice of the Nebraska State Patrol-Troop D in North Platte was honored at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee Criminal Justice and County Attorney’s Conference Thursday, May 19. ...More

 
The Creightons and the first internet, circa 1860 (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

The character of John A. Creighton and “the First Internet" was presented recently at the Lincoln County Historical Museum, a prelude to the Chautauqua that will be in North Platte in early June. ...More

 
Ogallala poetry team slams state competitors

In the elegant Holland Center in downtown Omaha, four high-schoolers from Ogallala — Brandi Roberts, David Merrill, Hailey Babish and Celie Knudsen -- stood in the center of the stage April 25 with dazed looks on their faces. ...More

 
 
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North Platte man faces assualt charge (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
 
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Building the rodeo: 2015 award winner
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Look around the Wild West Arena in North Platte, and chances are you'll see something that has been built by Larry Piester....More

 
Nebraska Vietnam combat veterans flight
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The manifest is complete with 500 veterans for the June 6 Vietnam Combat Veterans Flight, organizer Bill Williams announced Friday....More

 
Memorial Day services set at Fort McPherson
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A Memorial Day ceremony is scheduled at 2 p.m. Monday, May 30 at the Fort McPherson National Cemetery / Shrine....More

 
Anti-death penalty advocate to speak in North Platte (5 Talk Back Entries 5)
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Nebraska State Sen. Colby Coash will appear in North Platte Tuesday, May 24 to discuss the upcoming vote to retain the Legislature’s vote to end Nebraska’s death penalty....More

 
Lakes McConaughy/Ogallala master plan meeting set (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
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A public informational meeting will be held June 1 in Ogallala regarding the Lake McConaughy/Lake Ogallala Master Plan for attracting visitors and providing a pleasureable experience....More

 
Drug company bans sale of lethal cocktail
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Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer announced May 13 that it will end distribution of lethal injection drugs in America, the drugs used to execute death row inmates....More

 
Town Hall set to discuss property taxes
 
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Sports

Eight high school rodeo athletes finish at top of class

State track: Harvey, Callahan finish fourth

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With the increasing number of coffee shops in North Platte, we visited four of the most prominent to see what they offer. Also... a look at fashions of the past 100 years at the Prairie Arts Center... the city council gets a look at some long-term financial challenges... and much more.

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