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North Platte college students help Roundy family rebuild from fire

Second-year building construction students at North Platte Community College recently built a deck for the Roundy family, whose home near Maxwell was destroyed by fire shortly before Christmas. ...More

 
Construction roundup

January and February are ordinarily slow times in the construction business but not this year in North Platte. ...More

 
Keup, Resler arrested on drug charges

Tyler Keup of North Platte is back in the Lincoln County jail after he was found Thursday afternoon in the parking lot of a North Platte hotel. ...More

 
Police week: Women charged with prescription drugs (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

On Thursday at 11:59 a.m., police went to a home in the 900 block of West Sixth in an attempt to locate Jerica Dabney, who was wanted for violating probation. ...More

 
Entertainment around town

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

 
Game and Parks’ focus on monarch butterflies (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Nebraska children can learn about the importance of monarch butterflies and milkweed in the Monarchs on a Mission project. ...More

 
Town Hall: Groene faces questioners (16 Talk Back Entries 16)

To prevent any trouble, two Lincoln County sheriff’s deputies stood by at a Town Hall forum Saturday evening by Sen. Mike Groene.   ...More

 
Crewmen complain, Union Pacific fined (20 Talk Back Entries 20)

Union Pacific Railroad was fined $20,000 on Feb. 15 in favor of an engineer and conductor who said their locomotive seats were too wobbly to safely operate the train. ...More

 
 
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Council approves crematorium zoning change on second reading, also contract for pigeon control (2 Talk Back Entries 2)
 
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State/Regional NewsMore state news
 
The week in the Legislature: Feb. 21-24
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Nebraska legislators had a short week last week, with a break from hearings Monday in observance of Presidents Day....More

 
Chambers renews attempt to ban mountain lion hunting
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Sen. Ernie Chambers of Omaha is continuing his fight to ban mountain lion hunting seasons in Nebraska....More

 
Robbers hold up Cozad motel twice in five days
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Cozad police are looking for suspects in two armed robberies within five days at the Rodeway Inn at the Cozad I-80 interchange....More

 
Bill addressing sexual orientation, gender identity draws crowd (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
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Under current law, Nebraskans are protected from employment discrimination on the basis of race, religion, sex, marital status, handicap and age.  ...More

 
Bills would extend ‘telehealth’ into rural areas
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Greater access to health care in rural areas is the goal of several bills proposed by Nebraska senators....More

 
Nebraska hunting accidents decline
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Three hunting accidents were reported to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission in 2016 -- the fewest recorded in a year since the state began keeping track in 1958....More

 
I-80 closed three hours, reopened
 
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Sports

KC free throw winners advance

St. Pat's fourth grade girls finish season, win tournament

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Although the fine was relatively small, the OSHA decision against Union Pacific makes big ripples at Bailey Yard. Also... a central Nebraska Bigfoot conference draws a crowd... a tour of the state penitentiary... a thorough report on Sen. Mike Groene's Town Hall forum, which hit a bundle of important political issues... meet the newest prosecutor in Lincoln County...also, state high school wrestling, and dancing, champions.

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