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Skywatch Weather:

Today, clear skies, high 70.  Tonight, mainly clear skies, low 45.   Wednesday, sunny skies, high 69. 


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The Norfolk Catholic track & field squad participated in yesterday’s Mid State Conference Meet at O’Neill.  Pierce was the champion in the boys standings with a score of 108.  They won by six points.  The Knights totaled 67 points to place fifth.  In the girls standings, Wayne was the champion with 91 points.  They won by seven points.  Norfolk Catholic finished seventh with 45 points.  Champions on the day for the Knights included Dylan Kautz (100 & 200); Seth Ruppert (TJ); & Courtney Schindler (PV). 

The Norfolk High girls tennis team competed in yesterday’s Lincoln East Invitational.  The host team was the champion with a score of 47.  They won by eight points.  Norfolk finished sixth in the eight-team competition with a score of 18.  Hannah Matthies (#1 Singles), Mariah Yagow (#2 Singles), Jenna Jochum & Abigail Wright (#1 Doubles), and Elise Ehlers & Abryann Kilpatrick (#2 Doubles) all went 1-3 on the day. 

The Lutheran High Northeast boys golf team was involved in Lincoln Lutheran’s triangular yesterday at Crooked Creek Golf Course in Lincoln.  The host team was the champion with a score of 320.  Heartland Lutheran finished second with a 362 while the Eagles totaled 428.  Lincoln Lutheran’s Grant Johnson was the medalist with a score of 79.  He won by two strokes.  Lutheran High Northeast was led by Caleb Gebhardt’s 90. 

Local Schedule:  Nfk Cath/LHNE vs. Columbus High at Wilderness Park, Columbus (Boys Socc. B-6 Dist. Semifinal-3:00); Nfk High at Lincoln SW Inv. At Wilderness Ridge GC (BG-9:00 AM); Nfk High at Grand Island (G. Tenn. Dual-4:00); Archbishop Bergan at Nfk High (Bsbl DH-5:00); Omaha Storm Chasers at Memphis (Bsbl-6:35). 

Local Scores:  Millard South 3 Nfk High 0 (A-3 Dist. B. Socc.); Nfk High 6 Omaha South 0 (A-6 Dist. G. Socc.); Nfk Cath/LHNE 3 Columbus Lakeview 1 (B-6 Dist. B. Socc); Columbus Lakeview 5 LHNE/Nfk Cath 4 (OT) (B-6 Dist. G. Socc.); Nfk High 153 Columbus 172 (BG Dual at Nfk CC); North Iowa Area CC 13 NECC 5 (NJCAA Region XI-B SB Tourn.); Omaha Storm Chasers 4 Memphis 3 (Bsbl). 

NBA Playoffs:  Cleveland 104 Atlanta 93 (1-0); Oklahoma City 98 San Antonio 97 (1-1). 


In 1857, baseball decides 9 innings constitutes an official game, not 9 runs 

News Briefs:

It could be a year or more before any decision is made on Our Savior Lutheran Church’s wish to purchase land in southwest Norfolk for a new church facility.  Vulcraft has filed an appeal of a Madison County District Court ruling that upheld a decision by the city’s planning administrator in the case. City Attorney Clint Schukei says it would not be unusual for the Appeals Court to take as much as a year to make a decision. 

An interlocal agreement is being crafted to facilitate work on the Elkhorn River south of Norfolk in an area that threatens the railroad bridge that washed out in the flood of 2010.  At last week’s meeting of the Lower Elkhorn NRD, Norfolk City Administrator Shane Weidner talked about the project and the plan for the NRD, Madison County Railroad Transportation District and railroad to cooperate without federal involvement. Estimated cost of building jetties and other structures to change the course of the Elkhorn River at the site is $2.4 million. 

Norfolk Public Schools Board of Education has hired a law firm to represent the district in its two-year-old hail-claim dispute with Zurich Insurance. Associate Supt. Business Services Bill Robinson recommended to the board at its meeting Thursday, that it engage in an agreement with Merlin Law Group. Robinson said Merlin specializes in property claims and that representatives indicated the district has a solid case. He also pointed out that in cases of large multi-million dollar property claims, it’s typical for the litigation and mediation processes take a long time to complete. 

Nebraska will receive $1.48 million from a pharmaceutical company to settle allegations that the drug maker knowingly underpaid rebates owed to the Nebraska's Medicaid drug rebate program. Atty. Gen.  Doug Peterson announced the agreement Monday with Wyeth, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pfizer, Inc. The rebates in questions were for the drugs Protnix Oral and Protonix IV between 2001 and 2006. 

Land south of Fremont near the Hormel plant along Old Hwy. 275, has surfaced as a possible site for a chicken processing plant.  Mayor Scott Getzschman says the 400-acre parcel is among several area sites under consideration. Costco Wholesale Corp. has ramped up its site search for the plant since the Nickerson Village Board voted against it last month. Opponents fear the plant's potential impact on schools and housing. Supporters say the plant would create 1,100 new jobs and provide other financial benefits to the community. 

A prayer vigil will be held Wednesday night for John Davies, an area physician’s assistant who is waiting for a liver transplant.  The vigil will begin at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the parking lot of the Sunny Meadow Clinic.  Those attending the vigil are asked to wear green, the color identified with organ donation. 

What do you get when you turn the Star Wars trilogy into a “musical”?  You get Lincoln playwright Curt Bright’s “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Death Star.” Northeast Community College students are performing the comedy Thursday through Sunday at the Cox Activities Theater. Performances are scheduled for Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 and Sunday afternoon at 2. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students and available at the door. 

Several Northeast Nebraska communities have ballot issues that will be decided at the May 10 primary election. Check out the details in Tuesday’s Norfolk Daily News. 

Today's Tickler: 

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Posted on May 3rd, 2016 at 7:47 am

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