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Dynamic duo serves Harvest Christian Fellowship

Members of Harvest Christian Fellowship kept hearing that a college roommate of Pastor Jeremy Rinke would be coming to church to serve as assistant pastor.

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Sunday 05/03/2015
Schweser’s will close at the Platte River Mall
Updated: May 03, 2015 - 4:31 pm

Schweser’s announced Friday it will close six of the 26 stores it operates, including North Platte’s business in the Platte River Mall.

Ready to ride
Updated: May 03, 2015 - 1:30 pm

It’s a question that competitive cyclists are frequently asked: Why aren’t you riding on the trails?

NEST winners announced
Updated: May 03, 2015 - 9:43 am

LINCOLN — The NEST on the Farm Fun Photo $1,000 Drawing, sponsored by NEST 529 College Savings and First National Bank of Omaha, was recently announced by Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo. This program offers children an opportunity to submit a farm-themed photo for a chance to win one of six $1,000 NEST 529 scholarships.

Top honors announced for students, instructors, staff
Posted: May 03, 2015

PHOTO - Amber Madigan (left) was named McCook Community College’s top student at MCC Honors Convocation. Mid-Plains Community College President Ryan Purdy presented the award.

DeVaughn retiring after 43 years as teacher, coach
Posted: May 03, 2015

Chet DeVaughn’s teaching career follows a path of doing what made the most sense, but it’s also been a career he calls extremely rewarding. He is retiring from McCook Community College this year.

POW camp part of storytelling tour
Posted: May 03, 2015

As part of its commitment to retaining this area’s history, the Buffalo Commons storytelling tradition will explore the Indianola Prisoner of War Camp this year.

Become a respite provider at area training sessions
Posted: May 03, 2015

The Nebraska Lifespan Respite program is providing trainings for individuals interested in becoming respite providers on Wednesday, May 20, in Ogallala. The training will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at ESU 16 with lunch provided. Space is limited. The cost is $75 with scholarships available. Tuesday, May 12, is the registration deadline.

3 visit GPH
Posted: May 03, 2015

Mid-Plains Community College physics students Matt Kellie, of North Platte, Marco Pascolo, of Coseano, Italy, and Luke Pittle, of Deception Bay, Australia, take a break next to a linear accelerator in the Callahan Cancer Center in North Platte on Thursday. Jared Daily, physics and engineering instructor for NPCC, took the students on a field trip to Great Plains Health to supplement their nuclear science studies in the classroom.

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