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Jerome K. Dodson
04/20/18
Name: Jerome K. Dodson
Booking date: 04/20/18
Arresting agency: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
Bond amount: Sentenced
Charges: DUI liquor
Adam C. Earleywine
04/20/18
Name: Adam C. Earleywine
Booking date: 04/20/18
Arresting agency: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
Bond amount: Pending court
Charges: Disturbing the peace. Littering
Matthew T. Walz
04/19/18
Name: Matthew T. Walz
Booking date: 04/19/18
Arresting agency: North Platte Police
Bond amount: Sentenced
Charges: Domestic assault. Attempted escape.
Chrystal G. Lowe
04/19/18
Name: Chrystal G. Lowe
Booking date: 04/19/18
Arresting agency: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
Bond amount: Sentenced
Charges: FTA, 2 cnts
Benjamin Z. Brown
04/19/18
Name: Benjamin Z. Brown
Booking date: 04/19/18
Arresting agency: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
Bond amount: Sentenced
Charges: Probation violation
Top News Stories More Local News

Platte River Mall manager: Focused on opportunity (updated) ( 3) (2860 views)

by: George Lauby - April 20, 2018
The Herberger’s store in North Platte will close within three months, following the failure of its parent company, Bon-Ton, to successfully restructure its debts in bankruptcy court.
 

 ‘Faith County’ opens at North Platte Community Playhouse(169 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - April 20, 2018
This place is quite a bit like our place.
 

North Platte woman charged with theft(1417 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - April 20, 2018
A North Platte woman was charged with theft Wednesday after she failed to return a car she borrowed.
 

Another small quake hits Arnold area(903 views)

by: George Lauby - April 19, 2018
Another earthquake rumbled through the Arnold area Thursday at 8:15 a.m. It was the seventh low-level quake in 10 days, according to U.S. Geological reports.
 

Legislature okays driverless vehicles on roads, highways ( 3) (530 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - April 19, 2018
Barring a veto by the governor, the door swung open Wednesday for driverless cars and trucks to operate in Nebraska.
 

County commissioner race: Candidates forum set in Sutherland(391 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - April 19, 2018
The Sutherland Chamber of Commerce will host a meet the candidates night for the hottest race in the primary — District 3 Lincoln County Board of Commissioners.
 

Scammers pretend to be inmates, want bond money(460 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - April 19, 2018
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s office received a rash of calls Thursday morning, from residents who have been asked to provide bond money to inmates.
 

Ton of drugs intercepted in highway traffic stop(632 views)

by: George Lauby - April 19, 2018
When state troopers pulled over a van Wednesday on U.S. Highway 81 near Geneva, they found more than 1,850 pounds of marijuana and other drugs.
 

Entertainment around town(402 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - April 18, 2018
A rundown of entertainment in North Platte & Lincoln County:
 

Quakes rattle Arnold area again (updated)(2173 views)

by: George Lauby - April 16, 2018
Another earthquake hit Arnold around 5:45 p.m. Monday — the sixth in just seven days.
 

Couple charged after torturous two days ( 3) (5245 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - April 16, 2018
A North Platte man and woman are charged with a long series of felonies after they allegedly tortured another man for two days.
 

North Platte man charged with meth possession(918 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - April 16, 2018
Cody Howard was charged Friday with meth possession, after a Nebraska Crime Lab report confirmed meth residue on a pipe and baggies that police found in December.
 

Union Pacific Police: The long arm of the law ( 1) (2761 views)

by: Alexandra Oberg, The North Platte Bulletin - April 15, 2018
Their cars look like police cars, because officers with the Union Pacific Police Department are certified state law enforcement officers.
 

State/Regional News More State News

Nebraska: Above average for emergency preparedness(86 views)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - April 19, 2018
Nebraska’s overall preparedness level for emergencies is significantly higher than the national average
 

Social worker approved for each ESU(115 views)

by: The Unicameral Update - April 19, 2018
Senators approved a proposal Wednesday to place a social worker in each of the state’s 17 educational service units to help students with behavioral and mental health problems.
 

Legislature adjourns, 24 bills sent to governor's desk(155 views)

by: McCartney Martin Nebraska News Service - April 19, 2018
LINCOLN–Twenty-four bills were passed Wednesday before the second session of the 105th Nebraska Legislature adjourned late in the afternoon.
 

Past Top News Stories
City official hospitalized, condition critical 2881 views
Leota-McDonald intersection to close 784 views
Extraordinary efforts rescue I-80 motorists 2910 views
Cold blizzard pushes through (updated) 3196 views
City lifts snow emergency 434 views
Storm: Closing / postponed / cancelled 1353 views
Hail: Harbinger of blizzard 1077 views
North Platte man charged with burglary, theft 2379 views
Audience listens, questions Islam 1663 views
Pals Brews: Handcrafted, tasty, witty, wet 1059 views
Benefit set for Mollie Johns Finney 1600 views
Senators mull special session for property tax reform 465 views
Entertainment around town 568 views
Earthquakes rattle Arnold area 998 views
ALERT: Extreme fire danger Wednesday 649 views
School board approves raises for administrators 2985 views
North Platte man sentenced for injuring his children 3035 views
Traffic stop uncovers 36 pounds of marijuana 1052 views
Commissioners approve beer at raceway, yellow flag iris designation 884 views
Legislature stalls over property taxes 1607 views
Details: Superintendent’s contract 2942 views
Workers summit promotes unity for family issues 955 views
North Platte man charged in pharmacy break-in 3281 views
North Platte woman charged with meth distribution 2722 views
CAUTION: Cover backflow prevention pipes 1054 views
Downtown Dixon Building gets historic sign 1685 views
Whooping crane seems comfortable inside city limits 1552 views
Winter blasts Nebraska again 1446 views
More costs of courthouse security 1724 views
Thanks to tips, robbery suspect arrested 1948 views
Past State News
Grand Island Man sentenced for dealing meth 318 views
Ogallala: Nine residents still without electricity 307 views
NPPD warns of scam in eastern Nebraska 399 views
Legislature: Update to Americanism statute stalls 240 views
Vital statistics report: Men living a little longer 281 views
Legislature: Stronger scrutiny in police misconduct 336 views
Immigration raid at Tennessee packing plant 443 views
Legislature kills voter ID 364 views
Child safety seat age requirements increase 511 views
Legislature: Week of April 2-6 295 views
Homemade bomb found in Stratton, suspect arrested 573 views
Cougar research, management 485 views

In this week's North Platte Bulletin print edition

Fifteen years ago this week, the Bulletin began operations in a basement in the heart of the city. In our 32-page issue this week, we celebrate with advertisers and recall some of the many highlights of those years. Also....a man and woman are arrested after a tortuous weekend... the property tax fissure is reaching critical mass... and more. 

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