This week we celebrate the birth of America’s independence. And we at the North Platte Telegraph are delighted to celebrate with you.
As West Central Nebraska’s leading provider of local news and sports – in print and online – we are enthusiastic about writing about good works and good people in our community and region. of 22 counties.
We also write about the difficult issues. We provide the information people need to understand and improve where they live. And we help businesses thrive by connecting them with customers.
We’re excited this 4th of July to share all that we’re doing with our entire region by offering one week of free, unlimited access to nptelegraph.com through a partnership with Tami Timmerman-Lashley, Realtor at Lashley Land and Recreational Brokers.
In today’s fast-paced and challenging world, you need timely and accurate information you can trust. We have been that voice for this community since 1881, when The Telegraph first started, and through related ancestor records dating back to January 1, 1870, just three years after North Platte herself was born.
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Now, thanks to Tami Timmerman-Lashley, Realtor at Lashley Land and Recreational Brokers, you can enjoy unlimited access to our content for free.
The Telegraph was a place where we could talk about – and witness – the success of our growing community, especially North Platte.
From Tuesday, June 28 through Monday, July 4, anyone, anywhere can follow our 24-hour digital news and sports coverage.
That means access to the latest news, features, Huskers, North Platte Knights, North Platte Plainsmen and other summer sports, photo galleries, columnists, letters to the editor and hundreds of videos that add an extra dimension to our reports.
We are thrilled, along with Tami and Lashley Land, to extend this gift to everyone.
We hope that during a week of free and full access, non-subscribers will see the tremendous value of a digital subscription, which allows members to receive personalized email newsletters, alerts and News SMS, access to the electronic replica of the printed newspaper and all the other bells and whistles that help subscribers get the most out of this wonderful place we live.
More people are reading more of our content than ever before. For next week, we hope to give those who haven’t tried us lately a chance to see all we have to offer.
We are grateful to serve a vibrant community and region – supported by committed people and innovative businesses – and we are grateful, along with Tami and Lashley Land and Recreational Brokers, to share a week of the unique history of mid-west Nebraska with everyone.
Have a safe and happy July 14th.