North Platte Kiwanis give back to the community

$17,000 was given away to several local organizations including The Bridge of Hope and the Salvation Army.

Stores strive to adapt to ever-evolving retail industry

The Platte River Mall looks a little different than it did one year ago. Multiple retail chains have closed their doors across the country or declared bankruptcy. This has not left North Platte untouched.

Beef in various ways for lunch at Dawson County Schools

1400 pounds of lean round roast were donated by Nebraska Farm Bureau, Dawson County Cattlemen, and Tyson Foods of Lexington. This in celebration of Ag Week.

KNOP: Soccer NPHS v Gering

KNOP: Soccer NPHS v Gering

A nice stretch of weather

Mostly clear with some areas of fog overnight. Mainly sunny on Wednesday with highs in the lower 60s.

Whooping crane spotted in the area

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is urging caution during crane viewing season.


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