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Groene at the Legislature: Views from the committee chair

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Ban on windmills proposed for Sandhills (1 Talk Back Entries 1)

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

 
Groene at the Legislature: Governing the ‘water farm’ TIF, and other bills

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

 
Strings, gypsy jazz set at Espresso Shop

North Platte’s finest string musicians – the Treble Makers – will perform Live at the Espresso on Saturday evening, Jan. 21. ...More

 
Weekend police reports

A North Platte man was charged with assault with a weapon Saturday after police found his alleged victim with a cut on the forehead. ...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

 
Congress sets stage to repeal Obamacare (18 Talk Back Entries 18)

Congress has directed four committees — two in the House and two in the Senate — to write legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act, commonly called Obamacare. ...More

 
Brady resident convicted of assault of school board member (2 Talk Back Entries 2)

A Brady man, Michael Porter, was convicted Friday of third-degree assault of Matt Hatch, a member of the Brady school board. ...More

 
 
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Ice causes wrecks: State Patrol urges caution
 
Shooting suicide near Buffalo Bill overpass (5 Talk Back Entries 5)
 
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State/Regional NewsMore state news
 
Bill would require two-person train crews
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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
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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

 
Suicide prevention seminar set at college
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Attending an upcoming presentation at North Platte Community College could save a life....More

 
Senate passes Sasse bill to open school lunch, food stamp records (1 Talk Back Entries 1)
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The U.S. Senate passed a bipartisan bill Tuesday, sponsored by senators from Nebraska and Montana....More

 
Daughters of the American Revolution hear about Angel Gowns
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Kim Zeigler presented a program Jan. 11 on “Angel Gowns” for the Bonneville Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of American Revolution of Lexington....More

 
Taxes, voting, education, agriculture among early bills
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LINCOLN--The second week of the 2017 legislative session produced a variety of bills. Here are some of the notable bills introduced this week....More

 
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St. Patrick Junior/Senior Honor Roll

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Sports

SPVA boys' semifinals: Hershey smashes St. Pat's

Young North Platte wrestler wins at nationals

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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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