Two waves of storms hit North Platte on Tuesday. The first was late morning and the second about 11 p.m.“We had an unusual situation where the conditions became quite favorable for thunderstorms capable of very heavy rainfall,” said Cliff Cole, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in North Platte.
At least 50,000 travelers expected to arrive MondayEstimates — conservative estimates — place the number of visitors to Lincoln County at 50,000 people for the total solar eclipse on Monday, according to Lisa Burke, director at the North Platte/Lincoln County Visitors Bureau.The economic impact could be far above the projected $900,000 on the community.“The average nonresident traveling party visiting Nebraska by highway during the summer consists of 2.4 persons who stay 2.2 nights in the...
One eclipse viewing and camping site near Stapleton will benefit area Boy Scouts.Scott and Candy Salisbury of Stapleton have provided several acres of their property to benefit the Overland Trails/Buffalo Bill District of the Boy Scouts of America.The Salisburys have given 6½ acres for parking and another 20 acres for tent camping, with all proceeds going to the Scouts.“It’s where Paulsen had its road plant, so it’s good hard ground so you don’t have to worry about fires,” said Betty Van...
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Selecting a term
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