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Brady man charged with stealing 'mule' in North Platte

On Saturday, Aug. 22, police investigated a theft of a Kawasaki Mule Utility Task Vehicle from the 1900 block of East Fourth. ...More

 
Petition opens to close Iron Eagle (14 Talk Back Entries 14)

The future of the Iron Eagle Golf Course, crippled by flood water and constrained by two contracts, remains murky for residents and the city council. ...More

 
Vote in reader’s poll: Iron Eagle (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

The future of the city’s golf course -- Iron Eagle -- is murky. ...More

 
North Platte man gets 5-10 in child sex assault case

Lincoln County District Judge Richard Birch sentenced Eric McClain to 5-10 years in prison Monday for attempted sexual assault of a child. ...More

 
District Court report: Attempted murder charge dropped (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

The Lincoln County Attorney’s office dismissed a charge of attempted murder Monday against Jerry Kindle, 24. ...More

 
Jeffers Street construction slows: Poor work, weather blamed (3 Talk Back Entries 3)

Seevers Auto Repair at 119 N. Jeffers runs an advertisement that says: “Can we do it? Yes we can.” ...More

 
North Platte man charged with child sex assault (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

A 36-year-old North Platte man was arrested Sunday and charged with sexual assault of a child. ...More

 
Stolen trooper's car carries man to prison

A high-speed trip in a stolen state trooper’s car has carried a Nevada man all the way to the state penitentiary for 3-6 years. ...More

 
Birdwood overpass opens for traffic (5 Talk Back Entries 5)

A new overpass opened Wednesday at the west end of Bailey Yard, creating a western road out of North Platte, across the Union Pacific railroad tracks. ...More

 
 
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Western Nebraska Bank agrees to buy bank in Paxton
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Western Nebraska Bank has agreed to purchase the Paxton, Nebraska branch of the Pony Express Community Bank, subject to regulatory approval....More

 
UNMC cancer researcher Dr. Sidney Mirvish dies at age 86
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An University of Nebraska researcher who led changes in way lunch meats, hot dogs, sausages are made was remembered Tuesday for his accomplishments....More

 
Buffalo Bill presentation set Sept. 6 at Fort Kearny
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Learn about Buffalo Bill’s connections to Fort Kearny at a presentation Sept. 6 at Fort Kearny State Historical Park....More

 
Traffic deaths on the rise
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Traffic fatalities across Nebraska are up 16% compared to the previous four years. ...More

 
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Sports

Lady Knights drop first two matches of season

Archery: August results at Maniohuta

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Drug murders in Mexico, the bombing in Oklahoma City, the attack on the twin towers -- Ron Rawalt of North Platte helped investigate these and other crimes during his remarkable career with the FBI. Read the story as he recently told it. Also, a look at prominent Lincoln County teams as the fall school sports season begins... and... Hershey's great Fall Festival... the 'no' petition for Iron Eagle... Rae Wilson's niece pays a visit to North Platte...gravestones damaged at the cemetery, and more.

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Iron Eagle -- close or repair?
The future of the city's Iron Eagle Golf Course is murky. The course is struggling to make repairs after a flood. Some say ‘spend no more money on it.’ Others say ‘keep it going for two years and consider potential changes.’
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