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Today, mainly sunny, high 11.  Tonight, mainly clear, low –8.  Friday, clear, high 20. 


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The 25-5 Northeast Hawks women’s basketball team has dropped from 17th to 21st in the latest NJCAA Division I Top 25 Poll.  The Hawks split two games in the most recent span, falling to Central CC of Columbus last Wednesday on the road 81-74 and then beating the Concordia JV at home last Friday 80-66.  Northeast returns to action on Saturday night when they host either 17-13 Marshalltown of Iowa or 27-3 Iowa Western Community College in the Region XI Championship game at a time to be determined. 

The State Swimming & Diving Championships get underway today with diving events at the Bob Devaney Sports Center in Lincoln at 9:30 AM.  The three-day event concludes on Saturday.  Norfolk High will be represented by Allison Broekemeier, Breanna Harthoorn, Lauren Jacobsen, Brenna Anderson, Ashley Schultze, Abby Lane, Mady Blecher, Emma Lear, Elliot Brummond, Cameron Carney, Spencer Olmer, Erik Bolin, Kasten Walker, Seth Ruppert, Trevor McKeown, and Jackson Bertus. 

Local Schedule:  Iowa Western CC at NECC (MBB Region XI Semifinal-7:00); Omaha North at Nfk High (GBB A-4 Dist. Final-5:45); Nfk Cath vs. Pierce at Nfk High (BBB C-1-8 Sub-Dist. Final-7:45); Nebraska at Ohio St. at Columbus, OH (MBB-6:00); Nebraska-Omaha at Ft. Wayne Univ., IN (MBB-6:00). 

Tonight:   The Norfolk High girls basketball team hosts Omaha North in the A-4 District Final for the right to the State Tournament at 5:45.  Pregame coverage at 5:25 on Newstalk WJAG 105.9 FM &  Norfolk Catholic meets Pierce in the C-1-8 Sub-District Final at Norfolk High at 7:45.  Pregame coverage at approximately 7:25 on 106 KIX &  Also, Randolph takes on Bloomfield at 7:00 in the Boys ‘D-1-6’ Sub-District Final from Pierce.  Pregame coverage at approximately 6:40 on Lite Rock 97.5 & 

Friday Night:  The Humphrey St. Francis girls take on Howells/Dodge at Norfolk Catholic High School in the D-1-2 District Final at 7:00.  Pregame coverage at 6:40 on 106 KIX & 106KIX.  Also, the Creighton girls meet Emerson/Hubbard in the D-1-3 District Final from Wayne High School at 7:00.  Pregame coverage at 6:40 on Lite Rock 97.5 & 

Local Scores:  Iowa Western CC at NECC (MBB-Ppd. To Thurs.); (5) MSU Moorhead 89 WSC 60 (NSIC MBB Tourn.); (18) WSC 76 Bemidji St. 50 (NSIC WBB Tourn.). 


The scaphoid bone is found in the wrist of the human body 

News Briefs:

The Nebraska State Patrol says three people were killed and five others were injured in a two-vehicle collision near Cozad. The State Patrol says a vehicle traveling westbound on Interstate 80 crossed the median and struck an eastbound vehicle around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The three people killed in the crash were pronounced dead at the scene.  Authorities say a helicopter flew two people to a Kearney hospital. Three others were taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital. Their conditions weren't immediately known. Eastbound lanes were closed for several hours Wednesday as authorities investigated the crash and cleared the road. 

Another hurdle has been cleared toward a housing development in Norfolk that is expected to provide 53 new single-family homes.  Norfolk's Community Development Agency, at its meeting Wednesday, forwarded the McIntosh Family Redevelopment Plan to the full city council for a hearing. The proposed project is located south of Benjamin Ave., east of the current Meadow Ridge development. The plan calls for Tax Increment Financing, which provides added property tax revenue to finance construction of sewer and other infrastructure. A hearing on the project will be held Monday night during the regular meeting of the Mayor and City Council. 

Nebraska Lawmakers are taking a new approach after two previous attempts to expand Medicaid failed. Sen. Kathy Campbell presented her Medicaid "redesign" bill to a committee Wednesday. It would require the state to apply for a federal waiver to develop its own Medicaid plan, as other states have done. Residents who fall into the coverage gap would be pulled into the current Medicaid program until the federal waiver is approved. Administrators in Gov. Pete Ricketts' administration opposed the bill, saying it relies on promises from the federal government. 

In order for zoning laws to be effective, they must have teeth. But the question facing Madison County Attorney Joe Smith is just how painful the bite should be. Smith met with the Madison County Board this week to discuss two lawsuits involving Hemmer Land LLC. The Hemmer brothers have a grain bin in the southwest part of the county that was constructed without a building permit, and it is located too close to the road. Smith told members of the board that fines total in excess of $420,000.  Smith was directed to calculate the costs to the county so far, including costs to investigate the matter and for litigation. Using that, he will make a recommendation to the board on just how much of the fine should be collected. 

About 130 classic cars, pickups and motorcycles will be on display Saturday during the Norfolk Area Rod and Custom's 7th annual Cabin Fever Car Show.  Rod and Custom President Lyle Schwartz says they’ll be firing up a fuel dragster periodically throughout the day and you can win raffle prizes.  It's Saturday from 11 to 5:30 at Northeast Community College’s Chuck M. Pohlman Ag Complex. Tickets are $5 for adults, $2.50 for kids and children under 10 get in free.  The Cabin Fever Car Show is sponsored in part by NewsTalk WJAG, Lite Rock 97.5 and 106 Kix Country.  

Today's Tickler: 

You may have a heart of gold, but so does a hard-boiled egg.


Posted on Feb 26th, 2015 at 7:37 am

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