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Debra Commerford, Linda Dahlkoetter, Zak Hookstra, Kelly Stewart, Debbie Wagner 

Skywatch Weather:

Today, cloudy, chance for showers late, high 50.  Tonight, overcast with scattered showers, low 43.  Saturday, overcast with scattered showers, high 48. 


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The 22nd annual Northeast Nebraska Track & Field Classic was held at the Norfolk High Track on Thursday.  Norfolk Catholic’s Dylan Kautz & Stanton’s Mackenzie Brandl were the recipients of the Norfolk Daily News’ Outstanding Performers Award.  They both won the 100, 200, and were part of their victorious 4X100 meter relay teams.  Winners for Norfolk High included TeJai Clausen (3200); Jake Long (300 H); & Megan Means (3200).  Champions from Norfolk Catholic included Kautz (100, 200, 4X100); Kelby Schaefer (4X100); Tobi Obatusin (4X100); & David Engelhaupt (4X100); Seth Ruppert (LJ) & Courtney Schindler (PV).  No records were set at the meet.  Former Bloomfield Track & Field coach John Post was the recipient of the Northeast Nebraska Achievement Award. 

The Norfolk High boys golf team participated in yesterday’s 24-team Capital City Invitational at Yankee Hill Country Club in Lincoln.  The Panthers tied for fourth place shooting a 322.  Luke Kluver shot 76 to place sixth and Ryan Wittler finished eighth with a 76. 

The Norfolk Catholic boys golf squad was involved in yesterday’s Columbus Lakeview Invite at Quail Run Golf Course.  The Knights shot 388 to place ninth while the Norfolk High JV carded a 389 to place tenth.  Norfolk Catholic was led by Drew Pospisil’s 94 while the Norfolk High JV was paced by Tate Werner’s 95.  

The Lutheran High Northeast boys golf team competed in yesterday’s Humphrey St. Francis Invitational at Steepleview Golf Course in Humphrey.  The Eagles finished fourth with a 394.  Caleb Gebhardt & Jeremy Wessel placed seventh & ninth respectively with an 85 & 87. 

Local Schedule:  Fremont at Nfk High (G&B Socc.-5:00); Nfk High at Thurston/Cuming Co. at Pender (Bsbl-6:30); Nfk Cath at Neligh/Oakdale (BG Dual-4:00); NECC vs. Des Moines Area CC at Boone, IA (NJCAA Region XI-B SB Tourn.-2:00); Nebraska at Rutgers at Piscataway, NJ (Bsbl-2:00); Creighton at Villanova, PA (Bsbl-2:45). 

Local Scores:  Schuyler 1 Nfk Cath/LHNE 0 (OT) (B. Socc.); Omaha Storm Chasers 10 Oklahoma City 2 (Bsbl); Augustana 10 WSC 2; Univ. of Sioux Falls 11 WSC 1 (NSIC SB Tourn.); Elkhorn South at Nfk High (Bsbl-Ppd. Wet Grounds). 

NBA Playoffs:  Atlanta 104 Boston 92 (Atlanta wins series 4-2). 


A llama has eight toes. 

News Briefs:

Gov. Pete Ricketts was in Norfolk Thursday to help OCT Pipe break ground on its new $500-million, 1.2-million-square-foot plant northeast of Norfolk.  Other guest speakers included OCT Pipe owner and CEO Charley Havens and Nucor CEO John Ferriola. Mayor Sue Fuchtman, Norfolk Nucor General Manager Dirk Petersen and Sen. Jim Smith of Papillion.  OCT manufactures pipe for oil and natural gas wells, will employ approximately 300 workers at its Norfolk plant which will generate a payroll of $25-million a year.  

No vote was taken Thursday night on a proposal by the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District to further study one or two sites for proposed reservoirs. Director Mike Krueger of Pierce commented that the majority of the crowd opposed any reservoir project. Director Joel Hansen of Wayne reminded fellow board members that this decision could affect the future of the so-called “1050” area where surface and groundwater are interconnected, and then these same people would be back asking why the board had not been proactive in dealing with the situation. 

The Norfolk Public Schools Board of Education has hired a contractor to run the district’s school-lunch program. At its meeting Thursday, board members voted unanimously to agree to a contract with Lunch Time Solutions of North Sioux City, S.D.  Associate Superintendent of Business Services, Bill Robinson recommended board members approve a one-year contract with the company that’s renewable up to five years. Current employees in the district’s school-lunch program would become employees of Lunch Time Solutions effective July 1. 

Voters in the city of Madison are invited to attend a Madison City Council forum Wednesday night in the Madison City Auditorium. Candidates Robert Fite, Kelly Wehrle, Mary Schulz Jetensky, Tim Kruid, Paul Kellen and Alvin Schroeder have agreed to answer questions from a panel of journalists from 6:30 until 7:45 that evening. The audience will also be invited to provide questions for the candidates. Those unable to attend can listen to the forum on News Talk WJAG or watch live streaming on the website 

Monday is the last day to register to vote in the May 10th Nebraska Primary Election. Those who wish to register, or update or change their registration, may do so in person at the office of their county election official. 

Saturday is Buddy Poppy Day, a day to wear the hand-made flowers to show your support for disabled American Veterans. Norfolk VFW Post 1644 Commander Roger Casselman says you’ll be able to get your poppy for a free-will donation at a variety of locations throughout Norfolk including Lou’s Thrifty Way, Walmart, the Post Office, Bomgaars and both HyVee locations. Money raised will go to support disabled American veterans. 

Three men are seeking the area seat on the Nebraska Public Power District’s board of directors. Read all about them in Friday’s Daily News. 

Today's Tickler: 

Master Gardeners Plant Fair/Sales/Mrkt   4/29 6-8 pm
4/30: 9-3 @ NECC Ag Complex .. Free admission

To avoid taking down my Christmas lights, I’m turning my house into an Italian restaurant.


Posted on Apr 29th, 2016 at 7:45 am

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