Radio Review

11.28.14

Happy Birthday Wishes to:

Anthony Beardslee, Tim Brunswick, Kathy Cunningham, Richard Johnson, Don Kraemer, Roger Schultz, Ann Sheldon, Clyde Underwood 

Skywatch Weather:

Today, mainly clear, high 53.  Tonight, mainly clear, low 29.  Saturday, mainly sunny, high 60. 

Sports:

ESPN Radio at 105.9 WJAG-FM & 780 WJAG-AM Mon-Fri at 5:00 PM; Sat & Sun at 4:00. 

Calvin Johnson caught 11 passes for 146 yards and a pair of second-quarter touchdowns as the Detroit Lions toppled the Chicago Bears 34-17. Matthew Stafford went 34 of 45 for 390 yards as Detroit improved to 8-4. 

Mark Sanchez threw for a touchdown and ran for another, both in the first quarter of the Philadelphia Eagles' 33-10 rout of the Cowboys. LeSean McCoy shredded through the Dallas defense with 159 yards on 25 carries, including a 38-yard TD run in the third quarter. 

Richard Sherman had two interceptions and Steven Hauschka kicked four field goals as Seattle beat San Francisco 19-3. 

Sixth-ranked TCU is 10-1 after Trevone Boykin passed for two touchdowns and ran for another in a 48-10 rout of Texas in Austin. TCU also forced six turnovers, five by Longhorns quarterback Tyrone Swoopes. Defensive end Terrell Lathan scored the game's first touchdown on a 40-yard fumble return, and defensive end Josh Carraway returned an interception for the final touchdown. 

Local Schedule:  Nebraska at Iowa (FB-11:00), Tennessee-Martin at Nebraska (MBB-7:00), Creighton vs Ole Miss (MBB-7:30), Lake Region State at NECC (MBB-7:00), Nebraska at UCLA (WBB-3:00), Creighton vs Cincinnati (WBB-9:30), WSC vs Northern Michigan (MBB-6:00), Peru State at WSC (WBB-6:00), Creighton vs Xavier (VB-3:00). 

Saturday Morning:  Sportstalk on 106 KIX & 106KIX.com from 9:00-10:00 live from Hy-Vee West.  This week, Joe Tjaden will talk high school boys basketball with Norfolk High’s Ben Ries & Lutheran High Northeast’s Darin Suckstorf.  Girls hoops will be a topic with Norfolk Catholic’s Tim Kassmeier and Northeast Hawks coach Matt Svehla.  Wrestling will be a topic with coaches Tony Brown from Norfolk High & Norfolk Catholic’s Jason Konicek.  Also, Boone Central/Newman Grove football coach Arnold Johnson. 

Kwifax:

In 1610, the 1st Dutch settlers arrive to colonize Manhattan Island 

News Briefs:

Norfolk firefighters responded to a house fire at 1:15 this morning.  On arrival, firefighters found heavy fire coming through the roof area of the home at 120 El Camino Drive. According to Norfolk Fire Division Capt. John Reding, firefighters were able to contain the fire to the roof line and chimney and had it under control in 10 minutes. Firefighters remained on the scene for several hours for overhaul and cleanup. There were no injuries. The house is owned and occupied by Casey Thompson of Norfolk. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office, Nebraska Public Power District, and Black Hills Energy assisted. 

A Norfolk family whose home was damaged by a fire says they're thankful for the love and support of their community. The Norfolk Daily News reports that Marshal and Stacy Hardy and their three children escaped their Norfolk home about six weeks ago after it caught on fire. The family says they have received numerous offers of housing and many people have given them gift cards so they could buy clothes and other necessities. They are now living in a rental property while they work with the insurance company and contractors to repair their house. 

Nebraska Atty. Gen. Jon Bruning objects to President Barack Obama's executive order delaying deportation of up to five million illegal immigrants.  Bruning says the move could put more pressure on states attempting to distribute social services to their citizens, yet, he says he has a more fundamental concern. Bruning says the president is "pushing the envelope" in acting without Congressional approval to delay deportation of up to five million illegal immigrants. Bruning has joined with other Republican Attorneys General and Attorneys General-Elect in sending a letter to the president, objecting to his executive order. He says legal action is being contemplated, but nothing has been filed yet. 

Gov. Dave Heineman isn't ready to talk about his future. Heineman has a little more than a month left in his ten-year tenure as governor. He insists his focus is on his current job, not on any future one. Heineman had expressed interest in the vacant presidency position with the University of Nebraska,  but the university's Board of Regents released the names of four finalists earlier this month, and the governor's was not among them. Heineman could not run for re-election due to term limits. 

The Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District has hired a new general manager. At its November meeting, the NRD board voted to hire Mike Sousek of Wahoo. Sousek is currently the Rural Water System Manager with the Lower Platte North NRD based in Wahoo. Other finalists were Lower Elkhorn NRD Assistant General Manager Ken Berney of Stanton; Lower Elkhorn NRD Water Conservation Specialist Brian Bruckner of Wayne; and Lower Niobrara General Manager Terry Julesgard of Butte. Sousek will replace Stan Staab in January. Staab is retiring after 35 years with the state’s NRDs. 

Today's Tickler: 

What do you call a politician who has lost an election?   Professor

 

Posted on Nov 28th, 2014 at 7:48 am

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