Radio Review 4-21-15
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Today, mainly clear & breezy, high 60. Tonight clear, low 29. Wednesday, sunny with high 57.
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Nebraska men’s basketball coach Tim Miles says he's optimistic about his program's future even though two players and an assistant coach have unexpectedly left over the past three weeks. Walter Pitchford is declaring for the NBA draft and Tarin Smith is transferring. On Sunday, assistant coach Chris Harriman told Miles he was leaving to become associate head coach at New Mexico. Terran Petteway also declared for the draft, but that decision was no surprise. Miles says he's excited about next season because Kansas transfer Andrew White becomes eligible, and he'll be joined by five recruits who make up a class ranked No. 31 nationally by ESPN.com. The Cornhuskers won 13 games last season, finishing with nine straight losses.
The Norfolk High girls tennis team competed in yesterday’s Lincoln North Star Invitational. The host team was the champion with 44 points while the Lady Panthers were fourth with 27 points. Malia Gass (#1 Singles), Hannah Matthies (#2 Singles), Jenna Jochum & Maddy Buettner (#1 Doubles), & Mariah Yagow & Elise Ehlers (#2 Doubles) all finished 2-2 on the day. Jochum & Buettner and Yagow & Ehlers both finished fourth.
The Lutheran High Northeast boys golf team competed in yesterday’s Ponca Invite. Randolph was the team champion with a score of 363. They won by 19 strokes. The Eagles finished fifth carding a 396. Randolph’s Mason Stubbs was the medalist with a 78. He won by six strokes. Lutheran High Northeast’s Jeremy Wessel shot 94 to place seventh, Jarod Rosberg was eleventh with a 96, and Josh Miller carded a 98 to place 20th.
Local Schedule: Millard West at Nfk High (B. Socc.-6:15); LHNE/Nfk Cath at Lincoln Lutheran (G. Socc.-4:30); LHNE at Laurel/Concord/ Coleridge Inv. At Laurel (T&F-2:00); Lincoln NE at Nfk High (Bsbl DH-5:00); Sioux City Heelan at Nfk High (G. Tenn. Dual-4:00); Nfk Cath at Boone Central/Newman Grove Inv. At Albion (BG-9:00 AM); Kansas St. at Nebraska (Bsbl-6:35); Nebraska-Omaha at Creighton (Bsbl-6:30); Memphis at Omaha Storm Chasers (Bsbl-6:35).
Local Scores: Nfk Cath 188 Plainview 204 (B. Golf Dual); New Orleans 7 Omaha Storm Chasers 3 (Bsbl); WSC 8-8 Minnesota Duluth 4-1 (SB DH).
NBA Playoffs: Chicago 91 Milwaukee 82 (2-0); Golden St. 97 New Orleans 87 (2-0).
The large rocks that orbit the sun between Mars & Jupiter are called Asteroids
A deal has been worked out for Barnstormers Restaurant to get and stay current on its electric bill. At Monday night’s meeting of the Norfolk City Council, Airport Authority Chairman Dan Geary said the delinquent bill was recalculated to deduct the cost of operating National Weather Service equipment located in the old terminal building, and Barnstormers owners Dave Fauss and Karl and Brenda Reeder have agreed to pay $9741.04 in eight monthly installments, while also paying each month’s bill. Geary also talked about the difficulty of dealing with the Barnstormers lease because three of the five members of the Airport Authority are investors in the restaurant. He asked for assistance from the City Council in any future negotiations, but Mayor Sue Fuchtman said she didn’t think the Council members belong in that discussion.
Nebraska lawmakers have advanced a bill designed to increase Medicaid reimbursements from the estates of recipients with large amounts of money or property. Senators gave the measure first-round approval Monday with a 31-0 vote. The bill would require that the Department of Health and Human Services be notified when inheritance taxes are imposed on a trust, a sign that money is available to be recovered. Sen. Paul Schumacher of Columbus says many Nebraskans die with assets that could be recovered by the state to pay for Medicaid services that they use.
Nebraska senators will debate whether to legalize medical marijuana under a bill proponents say is aimed at residents struggling with debilitating seizures. A legislative committee voted 7-1 Monday to advance a measure to create cannabis centers where marijuana would be produced and dispensed. The committee advanced a version allowing a limited number of manufacturing centers and specifying that patients could not ingest the drug by smoking it. Sen. Tommy Garrett of Bellevue is the bill's sponsor.
The cost of brand inspections for cattle could rise to $1.10 per head under a bill advanced by Nebraska lawmakers. Senators gave first-round approval Monday to an increase in the maximum fee that the Nebraska Brand Committee can charge. The committee inspects cattle and investigates missing and stolen cattle. Inspections are mandatory in the western two-thirds of Nebraska anytime a bovine animal changes ownership. The ceiling was last increased from 65 cents to 75 cents per head in 2005. The bill advanced on a 28-2 vote.
A Norfolk Church is hosting an appreciation dinner this weekend for volunteers who are constructing homes in Pilger. St. John’s Lutheran Associate Pastor Justin Wiese says the church’s Mission Life Team has reached out to the Mennonite Disaster Services Team to say thank you for their great work. Tyson's Fresh Meats of Madison has donated 150 lbs. of ham for the event. Mennonite Disaster Service Team workers stay at the Norfolk City Auditorium and travel back and forth to Pilger each day to work on the homes for victims of the June 16th tornado. The ham dinner is scheduled for Sunday from noon to 2 at the St. John’s Fellowship hall at the corner of 13th Street and Benjamin Ave. in Norfolk. Everyone’s invited. There’s no set price, just a free-will offering. For more information, call 402-371-1985.
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