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Storm injures at least one person at Lake McConaughy
OGALLALA, Neb.--A powerful wind storm rolled through Keith County on Sunday, leaving campers tossed at sites near Lake McConaughy.
Make North Platte a cultural center
Not long ago there was a TV news spot regarding the proliferation of motels locally, seeming to reassure the public of their soundness, a soundness based on a single annual local event and the traveling public. Yet days later a national news story reported a large percentage of the traveling public
Crews respond to accident, fuel leak on I-80
NORTH PLATTE, Neb.--A truck driver is without injury on Sunday evening after his truck jackknifed into a ditch on Interstate 80, according to the Nebraska State Patrol.
Concerts wrap up early for Nebraskaland Days
North Platte, Neb. (KNOP) -Due to warnings by the National Weather Service, organizers and weather wrap up Saturday events early.
Sunday Focus: North Platte revives the Canteen spirit
Channeling the volunteer spirit that made North Platte famous during World War II, the community welcomed more than 700 service men and women to the D&N Center on Monday and Tuesday. After learning that the caravan would be coming through North Platte, the North Platte and Lincoln County Visitors Bu
Woman struck by a car at the Wild West Arena
Witnesses say the woman, who's name is not being disclosed at this time, looked to one of side of the road, but forgot to look the other way when she was hit and struck the windshield of the vehicle.
Recently hired NPCC women's basketball coach Jeff Thurman brings winning pedigree, wants success on and off court
Thurman led the 2016-17 women’s team at Black Hawk East College in Galva, Illinois, to a 23-8 record, earning a playoff appearance in his first season at the helm.
North Platte's newsest affordable homes designed for families
The homes are 1200 square foot three bedroom homes with an attached garage they say are the kind of homes young families are looking for. Executive Director, Nancy Striebel, says: "We're not selling to Lawyers and Doctors and people like that, but we're selling to the people that are just, you know,
Carrying the torch: Sports event runs through North Platte
Sam Smith passes the torch on to his son, Kasante, 7, as his wife, Kristina, gets ready to run with Kasante for the next mile leg of the Cornhusker State Games Torch Run on Friday.Job Vigil / The North Platte Telegraph
Driver injured in collision at Willow, Leota
Two cars collided at Willow and Leota streets about 11 a.m. Thursday. North Platte police reported a navy Chevrolet Equinox was eastbound on Leota when a westbound Toyota Corolla attempted to turn south onto Willow Street, colliding with the Equinox. The driver of the Equinox was taken to Great Plai
From the Pulpit, June 23
And this can be an uphill climb because plenty of cultural skepticism toward the church is self-inflicted. We confess that at times, we’ve stood unaware or even unwilling to engage challenges in our community. It’s easier to content ourselves to stay within the echo chamber of the church walls where
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Two cars collided at Willow and Leota streets about 11 a.m. Thursday. North Platte police reported a navy Chevrolet Equinox was eastbound on Leota when a westbound Toyota Corolla attempted to turn south onto Willow Street, colliding with the Equinox. The driver of the Equinox was taken to Gr…
Nebraska Department of Labor moves into new location
On Friday, the state's department of labor commissioner, John Albion, toured the facility.
Groovy Granny to throw first pitch
Michelle Whips, also known as “Groovy Granny,” was selected for her dedication to helping others with a portion of the profits she makes from her sales.
Labor Dept. celebrates new location
The Department of Labor, open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday, now serves people at 600 E. Francis St., having moved from East Sixth Street.
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News in North Platte. Tonight Nebraskaland Days continues with Taps and Tunes, N'Route Music Series, and the Carnival, all starting at 6:00 p.m.
City Council ends Iron Eagle management agreement
Chris “Jake” Jacobson, a regional manager for Landscapes Management, addressed the council and thanked the members.
Police officers to patrol carnival
For most of us, the carnival is all about having a good time with family and friends, but for police it is a major public safety operation.
Man in North Platte armed robberies sentenced to prison
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. —A 27-year-old man will serve time in prison for two armed robberies in North Platte.Police arrested Cory Tabbee on April 5 after a Kwik Stop and Penny's Diner were both robbed within 30 minutes of each other on April 2.Police said Tabbee had a large knife in both robberies when h
Local officials applaud Supreme Court decision on online sales tax
Gary Person, president of the North Platte Area Chamber and Development Corp., and Alan Hirschfeld, owner of Hirschfeld’s, each support the implementation of online sales tax in Nebraska.