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Kaleb R. Slaymaker
5/11/18
Name: Kaleb R. Slaymaker
Booking date: 5/11/18
Arresting agency: North Platte Police
Bond amount: $2,500
Charges: Criminal mischief. Shoplifting. Disturbing the peace.
Rodney J. Hasbrouck, Jr.
0620/18
Name: Rodney J. Hasbrouck, Jr.
Booking date: 0620/18
Arresting agency: North Platte Police
Bond amount: $15,000
Charges: Amphetamine possession
Herchel H. Huff, Jr.
06/23/18
Name: Herchel H. Huff, Jr.
Booking date: 06/23/18
Arresting agency: North Platte Police
Bond amount: Pending court
Charges: Resisting arrest. Disturbing the peace
Keenan A. Kehelert
06/23/18
Name: Keenan A. Kehelert
Booking date: 06/23/18
Arresting agency: North Platte Police
Bond amount: $3,500
Charges: Trespassing. Minor in possession.
Robert A. Miller
06/23/18
Name: Robert A. Miller
Booking date: 06/23/18
Arresting agency: North Platte Police
Bond amount: Pending court
Charges: Trespassing. Theft
Top News Stories More Local News

County considers abandoned cemetery(113 views)

by: George Lauby - June 25, 2018
There have been no burials at the Pleasant Valley Cemetery since 1953, and the uncertain future of the cemetery south of Wallace was a prime topic Monday at the Lincoln County commissioners’ meeting.
 

Slated for high school: Random drug tests(219 views)

by: George Lauby - June 25, 2018
After nearly a year of consideration, the high school’s new drug testing program will be drawn up and ready for the school board to adopt in July.
 

Crowd packs arena for Charlie Daniels, Alabama(857 views)

by: Joe Chitwood - June 24, 2018
A full house greeted country legends Alabama and Charlie Daniels Saturday in the final night of the United Cellular Summer Jam Concert Series.
 

Summer Jam concert draws a crowd ( 3) (1246 views)

by: Joe Chitwood - June 23, 2018
From the opening chords to the final stanza Friday night, Brett Young and Florida Georgia Line kept the crowd on their feet clapping, shouting and dancing to the music on the first night of the Nebraskaland Days U.S. Cellular Summer Jam Concerts.
 

Residents want Pawnee Hotel inspected ( 17) (3082 views)

by: George Lauby - June 21, 2018
Nearly 400 North Platte residents have stated they want the city to inspect the downtown Pawnee Hotel, which has sat empty for nearly five years.
 

Nebraskaland Bank donates $200,000 to Prairie Arts Center ( 5) (1385 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 21, 2018
Nebraskaland National Bank is contributing $200,000 to the Prairie Arts Center toward the final phase of renovation of the historic 1913 federal building.
 

ER expansion begins at Great Plains Health ( 5) (1340 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 21, 2018
The first phase of construction to expand the emergency room at Great Plains Health begins Monday, June 25.
 

Entertainment around town(605 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 20, 2018
A rundown of entertainment in North Platte and Lincoln  County:
 

Nebraskaland Days: Schedule of events(3079 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 19, 2018
A rundown of events during the state’s official celebration.
 

Petition circulates to add two more county commissioners ( 5) (2151 views)

by: George Lauby - June 19, 2018
A petition drive is underway to expand the number of Lincoln County Commissioners from three to five.
 

NBland Days: Competitive art show opens downtown(693 views)

by: George Lauby - June 18, 2018
The Nebraskaland Days Competitive Art Show opened Sunday evening at the downtown Art and Gift Gallery, with 134 entries from artists in a wide area.
 

June: Month for property value protests ( 3) (1692 views)

by: George Lauby - June 10, 2018
The time is here for property owners to protest if they believe county appraisers have set too high of a value on their real estate.
 

State/Regional News More State News

Narcotics, marijuana seized in multiple I-80 stops(225 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 22, 2018
Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol seized more than 40 pounds of marijuana and multiple narcotics Thursday during three separate incidents on Interstate 80.
 

I-80 stop leads to 290 pounds of marijuana(271 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 21, 2018
Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol seized another large marijuana shipment Wednesday on I-80. This shipment was 290 pounds of marijuana and related items worth an estimated $1 million.
 

Cancelled: Mobile North Platte office with Rep. Smith staff(443 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 19, 2018
Rep. Adrian Smith has cancelled a scheduled mobile office hour in North Platte on Monday until an unspecified future date.
 

John Freudenberg appointed to state's high court(551 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - June 18, 2018
Lancaster County Judge John R. Freudenberg was appointed as a Nebraska Supreme Court Justice Monday by Gov. Pete Ricketts.
 

Past Top News Stories
Longest day ends 265 views
Traveling troops receive Canteen welcome 2295 views
City ends deal with Iron Eagle golf management company 3359 views
Carter sent to prison for accidental shooting 2530 views
Young North Platte man sentenced to prison in shooting 2131 views
NSP seeks help finding suspect (updated) 3755 views
Grants recommended for Prairie Arts Center 1109 views
Family Night to be held under roof 572 views
Nebraskaland Days parade 1506 views
Nebraskaland Days parade, pt 2 1663 views
Nebraskaland Days parade, pt 3 1076 views
Nebraskaland Days parade, pt 4 1005 views
Dale Studley award goes to Doc Thompson 1013 views
Antique cars on parade 1327 views
Antique car parade, part 2 867 views
Gravel pit near Maxwell fosters flood concerns 2766 views
County court report: Woman convicted of stealing pills 491 views
County Court: Woman convicted of stealing pills 924 views
New tenant set for Platte River Mall, name unknown 5201 views
Merriman woman earns Miss Rodeo title 756 views
Housing tract planned for West A and Lakeview 2654 views
Entertainment around town 679 views
Sjeklocha named Miss Teen Rodeo Nebraska 887 views
If necessary, text 911 393 views
Shepherd joins school board 1075 views
Work begins on South Buffalo Road 1250 views
Visitors Bureau considers ‘Water trail’ on North Platte River 994 views
Weekend police: Felony shoplifting 2065 views
Past State News
Buffalo Bill Rodeo: Oregon bareback rider wins back-to-back titles 344 views
Nearly 150 pounds of pot seized near York 268 views
Riding high in North Platte 262 views
Buffalo Bill Rodeo: Texas tie-down roper leads second round 382 views
Buffalo Bill Rodeo: Weekend warrior leads steer wrestling 344 views
Groene, other senators aim to reform state aid formula 210 views
More than 500 pounds of pot seized in I-80 traffic stop 514 views
Abuse, neglect registry now has online portal 455 views
Men arrested for soliciting prostitutes in Grand Island 1050 views
Troopers find fugitives, stolen cars in “Click it or Ticket” enforcement 1161 views
Colonial Dames discuss World War I 301 views
FBI disrupts massive email scam 531 views
Gas prices inch downward 296 views
International trade Town Hall set in Lexington 416 views

In this week's North Platte Bulletin print edition

For more than 100 years, a tale has persisted that a 'cannon of gold' is somewhere in the Platte River south of Maxwell. The story re-surfaced again recently, when a resident there asked for a permit to pump gravel. Check out the fascinating story.  Also, two men sentenced to prison in shootings... a Canteen reception for troops on the move... re-surging Legion ball teams, and more. 

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