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From the Publisher: Courtesy of Nebraska Truck Center, get free access to our site this week
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From the Publisher: Courtesy of Nebraska Truck Center, get free access to our site this week

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Dee D. Klein

It’s a season for heartwarming stories and gift-giving. And we at the North Platte Telegraph are excited to offer some of both.

As west central Nebraska’s leading provider of local news and sports — in print and online — we’re enthusiastic about writing about the good works and good people of our community and 22-county region.

We write about the tough issues, too. We provide the information people need to understand and improve where we live. And we help businesses thrive by connecting them with customers.

We’re excited this holiday season to share all we do with our entire region by offering free, unlimited access to nptelegraph.com through a partnership with Nebraska Truck Center of North Platte.

In today’s fast-paced, challenging world, you need information that is timely, accurate information that you can trust. We’ve been that voice for this community since 1881, when The Telegraph made its debut, and through related ancestor papers dating to Jan. 1, 1870, barely three years after the birth of North Platte itself.

Now, thanks to Nebraska Truck Center, you can enjoy unlimited access to our content for free.

The last 21 months, since the COVID-19 pandemic first settled in Nebraska, have brought into focus how important it is to be informed.

Knowing what’s happening elevates our quality of life. And sometimes it becomes a matter of life and death.

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In that time, nptelegraph.com became a digital gathering place when we needed to be socially distanced. It’s been a place where people could share ideas and air opinions.

And it’s been a place where we could talk about — and witness us — coming back even stronger, especially here in North Platte.

From Sunday, Dec. 19, through Dec. 26, anyone, anywhere, can catch our round-the-clock digital coverage of news and sports.

That means access to breaking news; special holiday feature stories; Husker, North Platte Knights and high school sports; photo galleries; columnists; letters to the editor; and hundreds of videos that offer an added dimension to our reporting.

We are thrilled, along with Nebraska Truck Center, to extend this gift to everyone.

We hope that in a week of free and full access, nonsubscribers will see the enormous value in a digital subscription, which allows members to receive customized email newsletters, breaking news alerts and texts, access to the electronic replica of the printed newspaper and all the other bells and whistles that help subscribers get the most out of this wonderful place we live.

More people are reading more of our content than ever. For the next week, we hope to give those who haven’t tried us lately a chance to see all we can offer.

We are grateful to serve a vibrant community and region — bolstered by engaged people and innovative businesses — and we are grateful, along with Nebraska Truck Center, to share a week of west central Nebraska’s unique story with everyone.

Happy holidays, and here’s to a 2022 full of good news.

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