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New foundation deems first fundraiser successful

Members of the North Platte Area Parks, Recreation and Wellness Foundation are deeming their first fundraiser successful.


The North Platte Public Library is temporarily closed for renovations. The last time the library was closed to be remodeled was 10 years ago in 2007.


The state patrol said Derek, Sweeney, 52, lost control of his pickup when the vehicle he was towing blew a tire on I-80 Sunday night just east of the Lexington exit.



Richard Gathercole says he's not guilty to theft and stolen firearms charges in Dawson County. Federal officials believe he is the notorious bank robber, the "AK-47 Bandit."


How to keep your plants hydrated


Miss Kool-Aid Days announced


Parents honor their late son's memory with new kind of park


North Platte's Parks, Recreation and Wellness foundation gets financial boost


Alleged AK-47 bandit back in Dawson County District Court


Marijuana simulator kits teach students impact of driving while impaired


North Platte Community comes out in force for Aiden Solon


More high school graduates taking 'gap year'


Kushner says he 'did not collude with Russia'


Emergency room assaults against nurses and doctors


Blind man hopes new treatment will help him regain sight


Bond lowered for GI man accused of Scottsbluff sexual assault


Country singer killed after UTV crash at Thayer County Fairgrounds


Common Ground "Farm Road Rally" helps professionals learn about agriculture


Remembering Sam Foltz one year later


9th annual Ogallala Dam Run


4-H Horse Show Champions


Bridge of Hope BBQ fundraiser


Students race their instructors to the finish line


Big Ten Media Days underway in Chicago


UPDATE: Husband of Jodie Garza sentenced to 34 years in prison


Taking a step back in time at Ash Hollow


Former coach accused of stealing from baseball team


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