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USDA expands CRP to small-scale livestock operations

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Young North Platte man charged with sexual assault of teen

Jordan Biere, 21, of North Platte was charged Friday with first-degree sexual assault of a teenager. ...More

Monday a.m: No electricity for one-third of city

It was an extra tough Monday morning for west and northwest sections of North Platte, who went without electrical power for nearly two hours. ...More

Emotions sink as healthcare insurance rates skyrocket (10 Talk Back Entries 10)

The sinking feeling. ...More

Pet rescue groups meet in North Platte (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

Forty people representing a dozen pet rescue groups in Lincoln and Dawson counties compared notes Saturday at a get-together in North Platte. ...More

Winter snow forecast eases (Updated) (6 Talk Back Entries 6)

North Platte is on the edge of a snow storm that will hit far north Nebraska late Monday and Tuesday, the National Weather Service said Sunday. ...More

Man who ran stolen Blazer into river convicted (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

Daniel Founds, 30, who drove a stolen SUV into the river and set it on fire on the second day of the year, was convicted Thursday of two counts of theft as well as resisting arrest. ...More

Groene at the Legislature: Governing the ‘water farm’ TIF, and other bills (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

Wednesday was the last day for senators to introduce legislative bills. ...More

Ban on windmills proposed for Sandhills (9 Talk Back Entries 9)

A bill in the state Legislature would ban development of wind energy generators in the Sandhills for two years, and create a task force to study the ramifications of wind turbines. ...More

Looking back at rare January ice storm (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

The temperarture hovered around the freezing mark for nearly 18 hours Sunday night and Monday in North Platte, as drizzle fell. ...More

Mora, Tanner's works on display at Prairie Arts Center

This month, the Prairie Art Center's Gallery features two outstanding local artists with tremendous talents, Executive Director Holly Carlini said. ...More

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Lemoyne man dies of gunshot, apparently self-inflicted

A Lemoyne man died Thursday night as a result of injuries from a single gunshot, Keith County Attorney Randy Fair said....More

Former La Vista company pays $150 million for opiod distribution

McKesson Corporation, one of the nation’s largest distributors of pharmaceutical drugs, agreed to pay a record $150 million civil penalty for being too lax in reporting suspicious drug orders....More

Bill would require two-person train crews

State Sens. Mike Groene and Tom Brewer have co-introduced a bill in the Legislature to require two-person crews on all freight trains in Nebraska....More

Chief justice warns of cuts to community corrections programs

Nebraska Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Heavican appraised the judicial branch’s accomplishments over the past decade Thursday, and urged lawmakers to carefully consider proposed cuts to the state’s court system in his State of the Judiciary address Jan. 19....More

Senate passes Sasse bill to open school lunch, food stamp records (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

The U.S. Senate passed a bipartisan bill Tuesday, sponsored by senators from Nebraska and Montana....More

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Registration open for downtown St. Pat's Day parade

Auditions set for Heartland Singers

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SPVA boys' championship: Hershey holds on against Kimball

SPVA girls' championship: St. Pat's buries Chase County

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The Lincoln County Commissioners prepare to file a lawsuit against the company that dug the well for the courthouse heating and cooling system. We 'drilled down' on the dispute for this week's cover story. Also...more about healthcare insurance...and the lack of it... Boiling down Gov. Ricketts' proposed state budget... spectacular works from two North Platte artists at the Prairie Arts Center... outlooks for Hershey boys and St. Pat's girls at the SPVA, and more.

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