Pretty quiet across the Midwest Wednesday, but that's about to change. A few severe storms could occur Thursday with a lot more expected Friday afternoon and evening. Then the snow moves in. Get an in-depth look at the timing, hazards, and snow amounts in our weather update.
The NPCC softball team dropped a home doubleheader against Northeast Community College Tuesday afternoon.
City officials said in January that winning the state grant from federal COVID-19 funds would greatly enhance their drive to remove decrepit homes and prepare their lots for new ones.
About 20 organizations will be on hand under one roof to promote their programs, provide details and answer questions about their summer events.
Light snow accumulations were recorded throughout the area on Monday night. Two-tenths of an inch was recorded at the National Weather Service office at the North Platte Airport.
The father and son were arrested March 1 after a search and seizure of more than 1,000 cattle on five sections of land under their control.
Nebraska's 2023 Teacher of the Year says she is being bullied on social media by Kirk Penner, vice president of the State Board of Education.
A $3.5 million boating access project significantly upgraded Martin Bay’s entrance, parking area and high-water boat ramp and the Cedar View Bay boat ramp.
Talia Kahrs was elevated to head coach after Tony Hobson announced his retirement after 31 seasons as a coach. He spent 15 years at Fort Hays.
The National Weather Service was advising people to exercise caution ahead of Monday night’s storm.
The Nebraska Department of Natural Resources' top two officials discussed a recent feasibility study of completing the 1894 canal, as did Twin Platte Natural Resources District General Manager Kent Miller.
Beverly Pollock was an award-winning journalist, a charter Nebraska Women Journalists Hall of Fame member and co-publisher of Ogallala's Keith County News iwith her husband, Jack, from 1966 to 2000.
The driver, identified as Vicson Duarte Lendos, 29, of Bountiful, Utah, was arrested for child abuse, no injury and lodged in Cheyenne County Jail.
Barry Bynum, 67, of St. Clair Missouri allegedly approached another driver on the I-80 interchange after he stepped out of his vehicle and threatened him with a knife
PTK is the world’s largest and most prestigious honor society for two-year college students, and NPCC is home to the Alpha Beta Theta chapter.
Uncompensated care is the amount that a hospital does not get reimbursed due to a patient not having insurance or the ability to pay for the cost of care.
“The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners is looking for individuals to select and appoint to the nine-member Inland Port Authority," the county wrote on the site.
Bryan Health, Madonna and several other of Nebraska's largest health systems on Monday jointly announced plans to make masks optional April 3 for most areas of their hospitals and clinics.
The new federal signal siren will nearly double the audible notification area of a previous obsolete system.
The Bulldogs held Elkhorn South without a goal in the first half, but two quick goals in the second helped the Storm win.
Interstate 80 was closed at 3:30 p.m. in both directions west of Ogallala to 57 miles west of Sidney, and U.S. Highway 30 was closed between Brule and Bushnell.
See the highways with the most fatal crashes in Nebraska using the Fatality Analysis Reporting System.
Nebraska lawmakers last year dedicated $15 million of federal pandemic recovery money to increasing payment rates for foster care, family support, group homes and other child welfare services.
The bill's sponsor, Sen. Joni Albrecht, says she believes doctors will be able to practice much as they do now.
Luke Edington, general chairman of the SMART-TD union, announced the accord in a letter shared with The Telegraph by Local 200 and Midwest Nebraska Central Labor Council President Jeff Cooley.
The board will also hear an update on the progress of the project and a presentation on the county web page regarding the inland port.
Planning Commission members will consider recommending $2.75 million in tax increment financing for Wilkinson's $15 million project, which includes a Fat Dogs truck stop, commercial complex and corporate headquarters.
Carrie Lienemann, director of Kids Klub at North Platte Public Schools is a participant in the Achievery Learning Cohort.
Former Nebraska football coach Scott Frost didn't win much on the field, but he smashed one local record on his way out of town. His house sold for $3.5 million.
Every Nebraskan wants and needs a good and safe place to call home. But that basic necessity is increasingly proving elusive for thousands across Nebraska.
Read through the obituaries published today in North Platte Telegraph.
LINCOLN — A bill allowing Nebraskans to carry concealed handguns without training or a state permit moved forward Tuesday despite concerns that it would reduce the ability to ban dangerous weapons from public places and would endanger schoolchildren. Legislative Bill 77, a so-called “constitutional carry” bill, advanced from second-round debate on a 31-10 vote during […]
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Chief Development wants North Platte to annex its planned "senior living" complex west of Exit 179, planning panel members learned after endorsing TIF for Wilkinson Cos.' truck stop at the interchange.
WASHINGTON — Election officials on Tuesday detailed to the U.S. Senate Rules Committee how their states countered threats to election workers and worked to combat misinformation and disinformation during the 2022 midterm election. With the 2024 presidential election closely approaching, Senate Rules Committee Chair Sen. Amy Klobuchar said she was concerned about threats to election […]
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Brice Matthews' three-run homer and a standout pitching performance from Will Walsh lifted Nebraska baseball past North Dakota State on Tuesday.
Check out the photos from the Huskers' 4-1 win against North Dakota State on Tuesday at Haymarket Park.
Brooke Andrews and Abbie Squier each homered twice in the doubleheader, and the Huskers were able to salvage a split after dropping Game 1.
Nebraska basketball is getting a visit from Arizona transfer Kerr Kriisa, one of the nation's top available point guards
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CHICAGO — Nelson Algren will not go away. Although he moved from Chicago in 1975 and died in 1981, he has managed to remain a frequent visitor, in the form of his famous novels, of course, but also in other ways that have given him a strange form of immortality. Before telling you of the latest Algren appearance, which is a fine book titled “The Short Writings of Nelson Algren: A Study of the ...
FICTION: Three siblings make their way in the world after their mother's hospitalization. "Commitment" by Mona Simpson; Alfred A. Knopf (384 pages, $29) ——— In the broader culture of the American family, every family is its own subculture, and the one mapped in Mona Simpson's novel "Commitment" manages to be both a model of the intricate network of familiar coordinates — love, money, art, work ...
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