Paranormal Investigation at Buffalo Bill Ranch

Do You Believe in Ghost? Do you think Buffalo Bill Ranch is haunted?

Synergy investigated the place for two nights and now they want to share their evidence.They have audio recordings, video and photographs that they will share from their two nights of investigations. The evidence reveal will be taking place April 28th and 29th at 7 pm at Buffalo Bill Ranch. Viewing of the evidence is free to the Public.

Reservations are required! Click on the Eventbrite link to select your date and time.

Western Nebraska’s LARGEST outdoor craft shows, held in North Platte’s 100 acre Cody Park.

Over 100 booths full of Unique Arts,Crafts & Vendors!! Food, entertainment and FUN!!

Guardians of the Children Family Appreciation Day April 29 at North Platte’s D & N Event Center. Free Food; Cake Walk; Games; Fun Jumpz; Bike Giveaways; Ms Bzz Balloons

In our battle to end domestic violence and sexual assaults, we have heart, we have courage and we have the brains and now we just need you to help us raise the funds necessary for our programs at our Emerald City Gala!

Doors open at 6pm; Dinner served at 7pm.

Emerald Jewelry Prize Drawing
50/50 raffle
Entertainment by Spinphony

Tickets are $60 each or 2 for $100
Sponsorship opportunities are also available – Learn more by calling the RDAP office – 532-0624.

2017 marks the 17th annual performance of North Platte’s Country Bluegrass Show. Thirteen top-notch Bluegrass headliners join local showcase bands for three days of non-stop music, April 27 – 29 at North Platte’s Lincoln County Fairgrounds.

This event provides the Bluegrass fan with the opportunity to get “up close and personal” with their favorite Bluegrass celebrities. After after the last concert of every evening, fans and performers head over to the kitchen for the “Eat & Greet”. Grab a piece of pie and coffee, visit with the entertainers and jam for a bit!

For more information about the Bluegrass Festival, visit them online.

Regency Retirement Community is hosting an Earth Day Fest on April 22nd from 11am- 5 pm at 700 W. Philip Ave.

This is the first time North Platte has arranged an Earth Day Fest which is widely celebrated around the U.S and the globe.

Featured will be 22 vendors, 3 different type of food trucks, and various bands who will be performing throughout the day. The event is open to public, no surcharge and for all ages.

The spring production of the North Platte Community Playhouse hits the stage April 21, 22, 23 and 28, 29 and 30. Friday and Saturday performances at 8pm, Sunday Matinee at 2pm.

A musical comedy with book and lyrics by Joe DiPietro and music by Jimmy Roberts. It is the second-longest running Off Broadway musical. This celebration of the mating game takes on the truths and myths behind that contemporary conundrum know as ‘the relationship.’

The North Platte Community Playhouse is housed in the historic Neville Center for the Performing Arts, 301 E. 5th St. Tickets can be purchased at the box office or online.

The Fourth Annual Taste of the Plains will be from 5:30 to 8 p.m.on April 20 at the Quality Inn and Suites. The event is sponsored by Mid-Plains United Way.

Ticket are $25 in advance and at the door. Tables can be sponsored for $200, which includes 10 tickets.

There will be food vendors and artists as well as vineyards and a distillery from around the area.

Items in the silent auction include plane tickets, a night at a bed and breakfast and a golf package.

Entertainment will be provided by North Platte’s own Job, Peter and Chuck.

During the event, partner agencies will be introduced for the 2017-18 United Way campaign.

Proceeds from the event benefit Mid-Plains United Way agencies.

Tickets are available at the Mid-Plains United Way office at 315 N. Dewey St., Suite 203B.

Valentine’s Date Night with the Fun Pianos Show at the Lincoln County Grounds Ag Building, 5015 West Highway 30 in North Platte.

February 10th, 2017. Doors open at 6pm, show starts at 7pm.

Plan to spend your Valentine’s Date night with the Lincoln County Ag Society and Fun Piano’s!! Call Amy at the Fair office for more information 308-534-8191

IMG_4990_adjustedTickets are on sale now for the fourth annual Mid-Plains Community College Rodeo Team Banquet. The event will be Feb. 4 at the Holiday Inn Express in North Platte.


It’s sponsored by the Wranglers, the official booster club of the MPCC Rodeo Team.


Money raised will be used to fund scholarships for team members and to help cover the team’s travel and general operating expenses.


The banquet will begin with a social hour and silent auction at 5:30 p.m., followed by supper and a live auction at 7 p.m. Prime rib and Rocky Mountain oysters will be served.


Dustin Elliott, MPCC Rodeo Team rough stock coach, will provide a recap of the 2016-17 rodeo season thus far and talk about the team’s goals for the future. All of the athletes will be introduced, and scholarship recipients will be recognized.


“It’s the one opportunity every year where people can come meet and visit with the athletes and learn about all their accomplishments first-hand,” said Elliott.


Items are still needed for the live and silent auctions. Those who would like to donate to the cause can do so by contacting Mary Lister at (308) 535-3718 or


Admission to the banquet is $50 per person, or $350 for a table of eight. RSVPs are required by Jan. 27. Tickets can be purchased by contacting Lister or Carol Garrison at (308) 535-3778 or