Radio Review

10.24.14

Happy Birthday Wishes to:

Paul Burbach, Jim DeWalt, Don Indra, Diane Peterson, Rich Schaefer, Sheila Schukei, Ross Svoboda 

Skywatch Weather:

Today, partly cloudy, high 77.  Tonight, clearing skies, low 43.  Saturday, sunny, high 74. 

Sports:

ESPN Radio at 105.9 WJAG-FM & 780 WJAG-AM Mon-Fri at 5:00 PM; Sat & Sun at 4:00.  Also the home of Kansas City Royals baseball! 

Boone Central/Newman Grove has claimed the battle of the top two ranked teams in the state.  The top ranked in Class ‘C-1’ Cardinals defeated second ranked Norfolk Catholic last night in Albion 32-16.  In a game heard on 106 KIX, Boone quarterback Wyatt Mazour ran for 102 yards off 22 carries and a touchdown while also throwing for 229 yards off 12 of 20 passing and two scores.  Teammate running back Joe Brugger ran for 118 yards off 29 carries and two touchdowns in the win.  David Engelhaupt scored both touchdowns for the 8-1 Knights.  The 9-0 Cardinals totaled 449 yards of offense compared to Norfolk Catholic’s 236. 

The State Cross Country Championships are held at the Kearney Country Club today.  Norfolk High will be represented by both their entire girls & boys teams.  The Class ‘A’ girls’ race will start at 2:30.  The Lady Panthers team includes Abby Protzman, Erika Kumm, Breanna Harthoorn, Madison Clausen, Emily Wicker, Madison Reynoldson, and Megan Means.  The Class ‘A’ boys’ competition will commence at 3:30.  Running for Norfolk High will be Derek Johnson, Kayle Schapmann, Travis Millikan, TeJai Clausen, Noah Beardslee, Aaron Metcalf, and Andrew Meuret.  The Norfolk Catholic girls will compete in the Class ‘D’ race at 12:00.  Representing the school will be Nicole Aschoff, Ashlyn Hauser, Alex Anderson, Molly Burroughs, Katie Jones, and Drue Pieper.  Cameron Carney will compete in the Class ‘D’ Boys competition at 1:00. 

Local Schedule:  Nfk High at Kearney (FB-7:00); Battle Creek at LHNE (FB-7:00); Omaha Mammoths at Brooklyn Bolts (FXFL FB-7:30); Marquette at Creighton (VB-7:00); Winona St. at WSC (VB-7:00). 

Tonight: The Lutheran High Northeast football team hosts Battle Creek at 7:00.  Pregame coverage at 6:30 on 106 KIX & 106KIX.com. 

Saturday Morning:  Sportstalk on 106 KIX & 106KIX.com from 9:00-10:00 live from Hy-Vee East.  This week:  Nfk High’s Tom Olson & Sarah Klug; Nfk Cath’s Jeff Bellar; LHNE’s Darin Suckstorf & Kathy Gebhardt; & NECC’s Dan Anderson. 

Local Scores:  Nfk High 25-25-25 Hastings 22-23-23 (VB); Wayne 25-25-27 LHNE 10-17-25 (VB); Central CC 25-25-25 NECC 15-19-15 (VB). 

NFL Scoreboard:  Denver 35 San Diego 21. 

Kwifax:

Great Smoky Mountains National Park attracts the largest number of visitors yearly to a national park 

News Briefs:

Today is the deadline for Nebraskans wanting to vote in the November 4th election to register. All remaining registrations now must be done in-person. Those who have moved or changed their name must update their registrations by today.  Wednesday is the last day to request an early ballot by mail. Applications can be printed by going to local election commission offices or the Secretary of State's website. All ballots must be received at local election commission offices before the polls close on November 4th. 

Two lawyers say a woman who was convicted as an accomplice in her boyfriend's 1958 killing spree will apply for a pardon. Caril Clair, formerly Caril Fugate, was 14 when she accompanied Charlie Starkweather, who killed 10 people over eight days in Nebraska. Clair was convicted of first-degree murder for her role in the slayings. Lawyers John Stevens Berry and Linda Battisti together wrote "The Twelfth Victim, the Innocence of Caril Fugate in the Starkweather Murder Rampage." They contend Clair is innocent. They say on the day that the killings began, Clair arrived home from school and was greeted by Starkweather who was holding a gun. They say Clair was forced to go with Starkweather in the slayings. Berry says his office will file the application for Clair's pardon. 

Authorities say several University of Nebraska-Lincoln students in a fraternity face felony charges in the alcohol-related death of a freshman. University police say four FarmHouse Fraternity members were arrested Thursday on suspicion of procuring alcohol to a minor resulting in death. Three other students, including another fraternity member, face citations. Eighteen-year-old Clayton Real was found dead at the fraternity house near campus in September. Affidavits show Real's cause of death was acute alcohol intoxication. The affidavits also say fraternity members threw a party the night before and provided alcohol to underage attendees, including Real. 

If you have old computers and other electronics equipment collecting dust in your house, this weekend is the perfect time to get rid of them. The Nebraska Loess Hills Resource Conservation and Development Council is holding a scrap computer and electronics collection tomorrow from 9 to noon at the south parking lot of the Nielsen Center in West Point. They'll collect computer monitors, towers, television, microwaves, TVs, VCRs, DVDs and other electronic equipment.  A contractor will collect the turned-items and dispose of them properly.

Norfolk’s roller derby team, the Bruizin’ Bettys, will roll into their new season Saturday night with a mixer at the Norfolk City Auditorium. Bettys' member Erin “Go Brawlin’” Beckenhauer says skaters from Norfolk, Omaha, Lincoln, Kearney and North Platte are expected to take part. Doors open at 6 and the bout begins at 7. Concessions, including barbecue, will be available. Cost is $10 for adults. Students are admitted at half price with current ID, and those 10 and under are free. 

Today's Tickler: 

This new hair restorer is really something.  Last week I spilled some on my comb, and now it’s a brush

 

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