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Allo Communications dropped internet service across much of Nebraska early Friday morning due to a problem in an overnight maintenance operation, the company said. Allo's... [Read More]
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The North Platte chapter of Teammates gathered at the Adams Middle School cafeteria Thursday evening for a spaghetti feed to honor mentors for the contributions... [Read More]
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A  rundown of entertainment in North Platte & Lincoln County. Movies at the AMC Classic North Platte 6 (Platte River Mall) —  "Insidious: The Last... [Read More]
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The honor roll students for the second quarter at Wallace: All A honor roll Seniors — Raine Brooks, Hannah Nelson, Shelby Ogier, Natalie Rosentrater, Jaren... [Read More]
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Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol arrested two men and seized 526 pounds of high-grade marijuana Wednesday following a traffic stop on I-80 near Lincoln.... [Read More]
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More details are emerging in sexual abuse charges against former Hershey resident Ann Kuroki. The Idaho State Journal said after initially denying allegations, Kuroki admitted... [Read More]
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Gov. Pete Ricketts will create a new task force to get to the root causes of methamphetamine abuse and broken homes, he said Wednesday in... [Read More]
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Rain will begin in Nebraska this afternoon and spread east, changing to snow overnight and continuing through noon Thursday, the National Weather Service in North... [Read More]
A bill removing a duplicative permit for school bus drivers is expected reach the floor of the Legislature any day. The bill would remove a... [Read More]
The Hershey Panthers ran away from the Sutherland Sailors Tuesday 69-48 for their third straight win. The Panthers (7-4) opened the game with a three-point... [Read More]
Hershey traveled six miles down the road to battle rival Sutherland Tuesday and brought home a 43-31 win. Hershey is on a roll. They notched... [Read More]
By McCartney Martin, Nebraska News Service Unfounded public fears about food people eat pose a major challenge for agriculture, a former Tyson Foods Inc. chief... [Read More]
Having been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis as a junior in high school 13 years ago, I've been on many medications for not only treatment of... [Read More]
I read an article in a newspaper today. The author said there are two days in each legislative session where all 49 senators are friends;... [Read More]
The North Platte High wrestling team is trying to "revamp" the program and move the kids in a different level of involvement of the community.... [Read More]
Clarence Frank "Bub" Arensdorf, 93, of McPherson County passed away on Friday, Jan. 5, 2018 at the Sutherland Care Center. Clarence was born on Oct.... [Read More]
Harry "Stewart" Corns, 81, of North Platte passed away on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018. Stew was born on Dec. 11, 1936 in Cambridge to Erman... [Read More]
Shirley E. Dean, 91, of North Platte passed away on Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018 at the Cozad Care and Rehabilitation Center. Shirley was born on... [Read More]
Geanive "Jenny" Hansen, 86, of North Platte passed away on Monday, Jan. 8, 2018 at Great Plains Health. She was born on June 16, 1931... [Read More]
Rhonda Kaye (Hartzog) Johnson, 65, passed away on January 2, 2018 in North Platte. She was born the oldest child of Kenneth Ronald Hartzog and... [Read More]
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