Living the American dream

Edwardo De Alva came to the U.S. in 1996. He lives in the North Platte. This year he officially became a citizen of the U.S.

Soybean producers finally get into the fields

Rain kept soybean producers out of the field but now they are able to finally get the soybeans into the elevator

North Platte city council looks at new community park

The park would be in the downtown area near Whitetail Screen print. Keep North Platte Lincoln County Beautiful wants to spearhead the project

KNOP Tuesday Evening Forecast

Warm for several days and no chance for rain for a while.

Finding the right career path

Students from schools across Nebraska meet in Curtis. The exercise helped kids see what education background they needed for different career paths.

Raising awarness about breast cancer

Local officials organize a Paint the town in Pink Campaign. It is a way to raise awareness about breast cancer and the benefits of early detection

KNOP Monday Evening Forecast

Very warm week ahead but very dry.


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