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Video Hatch: “Greenies Invade”

6 days agoHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

A group of Colorado fly anglers head north to Wyoming’s North Platte River for prime-time spring runs. Via Yukon Goes Fishing.

Greenies Invade

Yukon returns! Those ole Wyoming Cowboys don't care much for us Greenies. But, bachelor parties gonna bachelor party. A group of Coloradans headed north and posted up on some prime runs on the North Platte. Eight dudes. Three dogs. Two boats. Fish were caught. Drinks were drank. Good times were good timed.

Brandon Raby Doubles Down as a Small Business Owner to Build His Community

By Nancy Flock on March 30, 2015 - 4:10pm There’s a lot going on in downtown North Platte, Nebraska, at least for one entrepreneur. Brandon Raby, a past winner of the Center’s REAP Entrepreneur of the Year award, has embraced the challenge of starting a small business in a rural community. Show More Summary

Sandhill Cranes in Flight

3 months agoHobbies / Birding : Ecobirder

Each year thousands of sandhill cranes stop by the Platt River, in central Nebraska, to feed and rest during their spring migration north.

Platts to Adopt Month-Ahead Brent Assessments

Oil pricing agency Platts plans to lengthen the loading period of North Sea crude cargoes it uses in its dated Brent oil benchmark to a full month starting next February.

Woman Sends KFC $2 for Chicken She Didn't Actually Steal

A woman in North Platte, Nebraska somehow felt guilty for taking too much chicken from a KFC buffet. The following day, she mailed $2 to the KFC with a note: "This $2 is for the piece of chicken I...

KFC Customer Anonymously Sends in $2, Apologizes For "Stealing"

9 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Jezebel

A KFC customer in North Platte, Nebraska recently felt so guilty over "stealing" a piece of chicken that she felt compelled to apologize and send in $2 to pay for it. Read more...

Two Guys: 1941

An uncaptioned photo taken by Marion Post Wolcott in September 1941 whose neighbors show bean-threshing activities in the North Platte River Valley of Nebraska. So we'll call these guys the Legume Brothers. View full size.

AUDIO: Katrell Antonio Platt featuring Boss Blacc & Tone Jonez’s “Unconditional”

Unconditional by @KPThePhenomenal, @FastLife_Boss, @OfficialTJonez From the North Carolina town of Kenly comes Katrell Antonio Platt, whose “Unconditional” is a nice soulful dose of the goodness you may come to know and love from the state. Platt is joined here by Boss Blacc and Tone Jonez, and he could easily find himself in a good […]

Explosive Virginia Train Carried Fracked Bakken Oil, Headed to Potential Export Facility

Platts has confirmed CSX Corporation's “bomb train” that exploded in Lynchburg, Virginia was carrying sweet crude obtained via hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) in North Dakota's Bakken Shale basin. CSX CEO  Michael Ward has also confirmed...Show More Summary

A Look Around the Area (Bulldog and Rock)

Nothing happened today at the GOMH, other than I saw a few loons, ducks, and an otter. I checked the North East shore of Platte and the ice is pulling away from shore, significantly in a couple of spots. Here is a look at Bulldog and Rock Lake. Show More Summary

REAP Women's Business Center Entrepreneur of the Year

By Monica Braun on April 22, 2014 - 2:22am Stacy Chingren identified the need for a contemporary bakery and café in North Platte and returned home from Omaha to fill that void. In 2009, Gracie Mae’s Bakery and Café opened its doors and...Show More Summary

Regular flushing flows aid North Platte trout

The famous "Engagement Hole" The annual spring flush on the North Platte that has been an integral part of restoring the Reef section of the river into a world class fishery. LINK (The Times Union) A shout out to our pal Blake Jackson at the Ugly Bug in Casper.

Good Article Over At on Harsh Winters And Bass

Effects of Harsh Winters On BassIt talks about the possible repercussions of the past two winters here in the North Country. I sure hope one of the effects isn't a partial winter-kill in Platte Lake this year.

Warner/Chappell Music Names Jon Platt President

Jon Platt has been promoted to President, North America, Warner/Chappell Music. He will take on any expanded leadership role, overseeing teams across WCM’s offices. Platt most recently served as Warner/Chappell’s President, Creative - North America. Show More Summary

North Platte CBS Affiliate Extends Newscast

Responding to what it says is viewer request, North Platte, NE, CBS affiliate KNPL has expanded its 10:00 p.m. news to a half hour. “We exist to serve our viewers,” KNPL news director Stephanie Hedrick said in a statement. “Since we launched 10/11 North Platte News in September, we’ve had an amazing response and demand for even more news. Show More Summary

Nebraska Cop Arrested for Stealing a Police Car

2 years agoNews : NewsFeed

It’s not uncommon for police to be involved in a car chase, but it is out of the ordinary for the person being chased to be a police officer. On Saturday, police in North Platte, Neb., arrested Stanly Colby, 40, an officer who works in nearby Fairbury, the North Platte Bulletin reported. Show More Summary

KNPL Set to Debut Evening Newscasts

Gray Television’s CBS affiliate in North Platte, Neb., debuts local newscasts tonight. KNPL’s 6:30 and 10 p.m. broadcasts will be the area’s first high definition local news. “The launch of KNPL-TV means North Platte now has its ownShow More Summary

Vermont Yankee is latest victim in Big Oil’s price war against nuclear competition

This recent interview on Platts Energy Week makes it clear that low natural gas prices in North America are partially responsible for pushing nuclear power plants off of the grid. Natural gas prices in the US are about 1/3 of global average prices; in any other commodity market, that would be a clear indication of [...]Show More Summary

FR8scape: Former Freight Yard Transformed into Green Gathering Space in Denver

FR8scape is a public courtyard and creative gathering space in front of the Freight building at the mixed-use Taxi Development in North Denver. Bordered by the Platte River to the east, the entire project is an adaptive reuse of former industrial buildings

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