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Thursday, December 9 2010 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5a Members of the 2010-11 Lawrence-Nelson Raider boys basketball team are (back row, from left) Tom Jensen- coach, Addison McCartney, Michael Schroer, Christian Williams. Jacob Himmelberg, Jared Reiman, Thomas Kahman, Jason Pohtmeier, David Kimminau, Mike Wehrman - assistant coach, (front) Emet Fanning, Austin Mazour, Cole Epley, Ryan K!le, Stephen Kimminau, Daniel Schroer, Joshua Himmelberg and Jordan Cox. I dal&apos;II pointoffloodcontrolandgroundwater but.the cost of employee time and protein certainly affects the value of dsll'laged by val[ldals recharge. An added benefit to the area drained for repair The Bruning Dam has become a popular spot lot sportsman over the years, particularly for duck hunters who enjoy the large water body and a good transient goose and duck migra- tion during the fall. But this fall. duck hunters have witnessed a shrinking reserw)ir and Fewer duck hunting op- portuniues. Sometime this fall. vandals threw three large chunks of concrete rubble down the riser of the dam and smashed the alfalfa valve which is used by the district in case repairs are needed on the structure. As a result, water has gushed through broken valve fer the several weeks and repairs were impos- sible because of the pressure on the valve from the volume of water in the reservom "It is senseless." said Mike Onnen. general manger of the NRD. "simple senseless that tblks get their kicks from damaging public property. This project has served the area well from the stand- is the 240 acres owned by the district that are open for public hunting and fishing• But such recreation opportu- nities will be limited because of the irresponsible actions of vandals." Little Blue NRD staff worked an entire day removing the concrete to expose tbe broken valve, then opened the valve the rest of the way to start drawing water out of the reservoir for repairs. Because there is no way to shu! the water off with a broken valve, the reservoir will have to be completely drained before the valve can be re- placed. The county was also impacted by the vandalism. Thayer County Road Superintendent Dick Heinrichs had planned to replace a damaged Mis- soun crossing across Dry Sandy Creek near the county line. but with water flowing down the creek, construction was not feasible. The crossing work will probably not be completed until spring• "It is not so much the cost of the valve." said Onnen. "Valves,are inex- pensive m the big scheme of things, @ The Lawrence-Nelson Raiders boys won their openithg game of the season Friday eveing. picks up a defensive rebound with Jared Reiman (53) ready to assist. eqmpment, lost groundwater recliarge opportunities, lost construction options and lost hunting and fishing opportu- nities do have a negative impact on the whole community '" The district is asking that anyone with information relating to the van- dalism should contact the NRD office at 402-364-2145 immediately. DTN more important than RFV when evaluating grass hay By Darei McGhee Extension Educator Livestock producers often think their prairie or cane hay or other grass hay looks really good bu! when a lab tested it the relative feed value, also called RFV. was surprisingly low. Pro- tein was good, TDN was okax, and the animals did just fine. So whai's wrong with relative feed value? Well actually, nothing is wrong. But we must understand bow RFV is calculated and how it should be used. First, relative feed value is calculated using only fiber values. Even though hay, il has absolutely no affect on the calculation• of relative feed value. Relative feed value was initially developed for the dairy industry. It was designed to help rank the potential energy intake of different hays by lac- tating dairy cows. And it does this quite well. especially for legumeg like alfalfa. Grass hay, though, is a bit more difficult. Grass has more fiber than alfalfa, which lowers its RFW. But, that Fiber often is more digestible than al- falfa fiber. So grass hay is frequently ranked lower than it should be using relative feed value. Also RFV doesn't predict perfor- mance b 3 other types of animals like beef cows. as well because potential energy intake does not have as much influence on their performance. What this,basically means is that when you teed grass hay to animals other than dairy cows, focus on crude protein and TDN. The RFV is much less important and could cause you to worry more th-an its worth. L-N lady Raiders basketball secured win over Red Cloud The Lawrence-Nelson girls basket- ball team defeated Red Cloud on Fri- day with a final score of 35-24. Kelsey Biltoft led the lady Raiders wfth 13 points. Teammate" Natasha Wehrman added to the win with six points and eight rebounds. Marissa Kovandaalso scored six points, madeseven rebounds and had five assists: Other.scorers m- cluded Knstm Drudtk wtth five points, and Kenzee Kucera and KasandraFan- ning with two each. Hunter Bailey led the Red Cloud Warriors with nine points. Follawing Bailey were Taylor Neiman with six points and McKayla Kucera with four. Tenea Zyweic and Dolly McDole also scored three points each. L-N boys basketball seize victory over Red Cloud Warriors The Lawrence-Nelson boys basket- ball team traveled to RedCloud on Friday and returned ho me with a 58 - 16 victory over the Warriors. Addison McCartney led the Lawrence-Nelsoil Raiders with 19 points. Teammate Michael Schroer followed with 14 points, sinking four of five attempts from the three point line• While Lawrence-Nelson players, David Kimminau and TJ Kahman, were un.4 able to play because of injuries, e;" Raiders held a strong lead throughout '. the game. Others scorers included Ja= son Pohlmeier with 10 points, Jard Reiman with nine, Jacob Himmelberg with four and Jordan Cox with two. The Red Cloud Warriors were led in points by Blake Brumbaugh with eight. He was followed closely by Kyle Jacob Himmelberg (5) Prellwitz with six points. Teammate Derek Jackson also scored two points. "We 71 Take Care Of Everything... " The staff would like to invite anyone in the area who would like to remember a loved one who has passed away to bring a weatherproof ornament to Price Funeral Home to be registered and dis- played on our memorial wreath through Monday, Jan 3, 2011. Stop by or call 402-879-3900. The Memorial Wreath is sponsored as a community service by: PRICE www.pricefuneralhomes.com Pictured (L to R)Janice Smidt, Brenda K. Carpenter, Diane" Krotzinger and John Sullivan. Members of.the Red Raider wrestler squad which includes Lawrence-Nelson and Sandy Creek are (back row, from : left) ..Coach Sanders, Coach Hinfichs. Coach Fike, fourth row - Brandon Ward, Chase Ehlers. Calvin DeVries, Blake Krull, Dawson Messenger, third row - Casey Beck. Daltan Kinnamon. Dalton Dumler, Taylor Hancock, .Trevor DeVries, E, Zach Stiner, second row - AuStin Hoy, Derick Wagner, Jamison Nejezchleb, Maria Nguyen, Devin Johnson (front)< Stasia Wagner, Jackie Ridgway, Amanda Fike and Amanda Katen. Not pictured are Sierra Franzen, Courtney Shuck i ) and Kayla Schnakenberg. With Lynn Wilton accompanying the congregation on the piano.. Beverly Frosi was songleaderl Pastor David Watters brought the childrens Bible story and message.Ushers sere Dwight Frost and Roger Wilton. S peci alm usi c was a quartet composed of Paul and Linda Hutchinson and Danny and Linda Jackson, They sang "I'll Fly Away" and "Just a Little Talk with Olive Hill By Rosemary Ha'semeyer Hymns sung during the Sunday morning worshipservice at the Olive Hill Church were "O Come All Ye FaithfuL" "I Heat the Bell." "What Child is This". and "Joyful,• Joyful" Jesus" with Paul accompanying them :'; on his guitar, Forty people were present of the i Eternity Focus concert presented by,; four sisters from Lebanon: They pre- r sented their Christmas program last { Wednesday evening at the Olive Hill ;2 Church. A lunch as served later in the, 2 basement.  The annual Olive Hill Church Christmas program will be held around I p,m. Sunday in the sanctuary, fe4-=- lowing a soup dinner served in the basement• Vera Dye attended the Webber Homemakers Club Christmas dinner at Superior Thursday noon. Jessica Thompson called on Beulah Wilson at the Wilde Ridge Estates. Superior. last Wednesday afternoon She wished Beulah a happy belated birthday. Paul andLindaHutchinsonattended the Eternity Focus musical program at the Olive Hill Church last Wednesday ,evening,. Jerry Cool York visited fis mother Twila Cool Sunday. tContinued to Page 7A) ' IT'S BETTERTO REVIEW ' YOUR ANNUITY ' THAN RETHINK YOUR I RETIREMENT. The Lawrence-Nelson.girls basketball team won their opening season game Friday night. You can te by watching both teams that it s the beginning of the sea.son. In te foreground Lawrence-Nelson's Marissa Kovanda, #30, goers after a defensive rebound• ° Jl SUPERIOR tJeuular Office Is Now Open at • 0000:_sisc . • Sal.s / InstalJuServlce Co Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Thursday to 9 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. to Noon and by appointments after hours 138E. Fourth, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3705 or Toll-free 1-877-749-9030 Web site: www.sisco.getd/sh.com I If you own an annuity, it just makes sense to review it I ev, ery now and then. That's i why we offer complimentary I annuity reviews. Then you can make sure your annuity I stays in sy.ne with your I goals. Plus, there may be I features your Current annuity ' simply doesn't offer. I So regardless of where I you purchased your i annuity, call today to" schedule your compli- , mentary review. ' Ed Wyatt, AAMS ® " , Financial Advisor UII 321 N Central Ave Superior, NE 68978 402-879-4646 I • wlN, edwa[jone$,com Member SIPC By Local Demand Daily Diaries wfiat a local bank use to give away are now available at ° -I  .. ,'i ,;; .... tg Q - ,, .'T-- "e-T-7? qhe Sur00edor Express 148 East Third • Superior, Neb. • 402-879-3291 111 E. Main • Mankato, Kan. • 785-378-3191 % i I I i i