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Today, a blend of clouds & sun early, increasing clouds, chance for showers, temps falling to around 58. Tonight, partly to mostly cloudy, chance for rain early, low 28. Thursday, partial sunshine, high 47.
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The Los Angeles Clippers picked up their franchise-record 57th win and stayed in the hunt for the second seed in the NBA's Western conference by defeating the Denver Nuggets 117-105. Blake Griffin scored a team-high 24 points, and Chris Paul added 21 and ten assists while shooting 8-10 from the field. The Clippers will take the two seed if they win at Portland tonight and Oklahoma City loses to Detroit.
Nebraska's football games against Miami and Michigan State will be televised in prime time on the ESPN family of networks. The Big Ten and ESPN announced yesterday that the Cornhuskers' game against Miami in Lincoln on Sept. 20 is set for a 7:00 kickoff. The Oct. 4 game at Michigan State also will start at 7:00. The games will be televised by ABC, ESPN or ESPN2, with a determination on the network to be made later.
The Northeast Hawks volleyball team has added a recruit. Morgan Uhlir, who played at Lutheran High Northeast, is the sixth recruit signed this year by Hawks Coach Amanda Schultze. In 2013, Uhlir had 258 kills, had a .281 hitting percentage, and recorded 35 aces, 149 digs and 22 blocks for the Eagles. She also helped lead her team to the Nebraska Class ‘C-2’ State Volleyball Tournament the past two years. Other players who have signed this year to play at Northeast during the 2014-15 season include Wayne’s Meagan Backer, Schuyler’s Kiara Lopez, Creston’s Taryn Luedtke, Palmer’s Whitney Valasek, and Broken Bow’s Kelsie Myers.
Local Schedule: Nfk Cath at Ewing Inv. At Summerland GC (BG-9:00 AM); Nebraska-Omaha at Nebraska (Bsbl-6:35); Round Rock, TX at Omaha Storm Chasers (Bsbl-6:35); Univ. of Sioux Falls at WSC (SB DH-3:00).
Local Scores: Nfk High 1 Lincoln SE 0 (B Socc.); Lincoln SE 1 Nfk High 0 (G Socc.); Columbus Lakeview 5 Nfk Cath/LHNE 3 (B. Socc.); LHNE/Nfk Cath 1 Lexington 0 (G. Socc.); Lincoln SE 12 Nfk High 1 (Bsbl); Columbus 126.5 Nfk High 123.5 (Boys T&F Dual); Columbus 142 Nfk High 110 (Girls T&F Dual); Nfk High 160 Columbus 189 (B Golf Dual); Nfk High 5 Fremont 4 (G Tenn. Dual); Nebraska 14 Kansas St. 5 (Bsbl); Omaha Storm Chasers 6 Round Rock, TX 0 (Bsbl); WSC 1-1 Winona St. 0-14 (Bsbl DH); LHNE at WSC Inv. (T&F-Ccd.).
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Kilauea’s most spectacular eruption in Hawaii was in 1959
The Norfolk Public Schools Board of Education is once again at full strength. At Monday night’s meeting, Board chairman Bruce Mitchell welcomed Tammy Day to the Board and administered the oath of office. Superintendent Dr. Jami Jo Thompson says Day has completed orientation with the Central Office staff and is ready to become an active member of the Board. Day replaces Julee Pfeil, who resigned in January. She faces election for a four-year term this fall. Others in the race for the three open positions are incumbent Bruce Mitchell, Linnea Gettman, Patti Gubbels and Justin Young.
A 31-year-old Columbus man has been convicted of murder in the knifing death of another Columbus man. Thirty-one-year-old Eric Henry was found guilty yesterday by a Platte County District Court jury in Columbus. Henderson was one of three people prosecuted for the May 2013 slaying of 51-year-old Steven Jorgensen during a botched robbery. Last month 32-year-old Kimberly Henderson, of Columbus, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. Twenty-seven-year-old Quentin Critser, of Lincoln, pleaded guilty in December to second-degree murder and agreed to testify against his co-defendants. Henderson and Critser are awaiting sentencing.
Authorities say two South Dakota girls missing since 1971 died after driving into a creek on their way to a party at a nearby gravel pit. State and local officials held a news conference yesterday in Elk Point confirming that evidence inside a 1960 Studebaker found last fall included the remains of Cheryl Miller and Pamella Jackson. The authorities also showed dozens of photographs of the Vermillion girls' clothing, a purse and Miller's relatively well-preserved driver's license. Record flooding followed by a drought brought the vehicle into view last fall.
It’s National Library Week and Norfolk Public Library officials have scheduled a variety of special events to go along with the regular lineup of activities. The weekly Wednesday movie has a library theme: “The Librarian: The Curse of the Judas Chalice” and is slated for 2:30 today. Library Director Jessica Chamberlain says the institution's role has changed in the last 20 to 30 years, as society has entered the digital age. Chamberlain points out that some job applications, for example, are exclusively on-line making access to the internet, which the library provides, extremely important for those who don't have the service at home. For a complete list of events, go to the library’s web site at ci.norfolk.ne.us/library.
In a Holy Week tradition that dates back nearly 20 years, the men of Norfolk’s United Methodist Church have performed “The Living Last Supper.” This year’s presentation is scheduled for tomorrow night at the Johnny Carson Theatre. Curtis Miller, who plays Jesus, says the set, performers and lighting, bring Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting to life. Festivities begin at 6:45 with music from the church’s bell and vocal choirs, followed by the performance at 7:00. It’s free and open to the public; a free-will offering will be collected.
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