Jun 23, 2014
North Platte Bulletin
Nebraska youth qualify for National High School Rodeo competition
The dust has settled, the stalls and parking lot are emptied of horses and trailers, and champions for the 2013-14 Nebraska State High School Rodeo Association have been determined.
Newton native lands Weigand legal scholarship
Claudette Glenn, director of The J.L. Weigand Jr. Notre Dame Legal Education Trust, kneels at Weigand's Wichita grave.
Arlington athletes to play in college, too
For football, wide receiver Max Gray signed his letter of intent for Chadron State College in Nebraska, and defensive end Deeshawn Benjamin will play for Trinity Bible College.
18-year-old Scottsbluff man pleads not guilty to incest
Police say that Lara-Robles and his 16-year-old half-sister decided to experiment sexually with each other, and she is now 10-weeks pregnant.
Man charged with forgery, theft faces September trial
The man accused of stealing and forging checks belonging to his girlfriend's grandparents has pled 'not guilty' to two felony charges.