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As Louisville has done in Past Elections 4 and 8 Years Ago as well as the recent recall election we have temporarily opened our private Community discussion forum to allow bona fide Cass County residents into a larger discussion of County Wide election issues. Propositions, Judges, Offices, Ammendments - Say Your Peace 
Louisville will host managed Cass County Discussion of Election Issues that face Cass County. Cass County Residents Only. The Discusion Forum is Located HERE and as before you will need to apply for access. This HERE is a peek at the temporary Election Area of the Discussion Forum. The application will be quickly approved if you provide a phone number and email address to verify your identity as a Cass County Neighbor.
The Forum normally emails the Community of Every New Post - That Email Notification is turned off for this Temporary Discussion Topic - So Post Freely

Thursday - Happy Hollow
Travel to the Brownell - Talbot / LIONS Game 3:45PM
Saturday Haunted Hallow
2nd Annual Youth Fun (Scary Fun) in Cedar Creek
Sunday Halloween Hoopla
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Halloween Costume Ball Planned
(featuring Louisville's very own Micah Jones)
Band starts at 9 PM
 Taylor Zaracki digs during the Boys Town match.
Photos And Stories Compliments of Louisville's Own
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Douglas County West defeats Boys Town, 25-19, 25-18
Louisville over Douglas County West, 25-13, 25-19
Louisville blasts Boys Town, 25-17, 25-10

Boys Town hosted the DC West Falcons and the Louisville Lions on Tuesday evening. The Falcons went 1-1 with a win over Boys Town and the Cowboys were 0-2 with losses to both teams.
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Order your fresh, handmade Minnesota Balsam Fir wreaths today! This
25” Classic Wreath is beautifully decorated with selected white-tipped
& glittered pinecones, festively accented with jingle bells and
trimmed with a gold-backed, red velvet bow. $20

The Classic Spray, which matches the Classic Wreath, is handcrafted
using the freshest Minnesota Balsam Fir, pine boughs and cedar
cuttings. Each 26” Spray is beautifully decorated with selected white
tipped and glittered pine cones, festively accented with red jingle
bells and trimmed with a gold-backed red velveteen bow. $15

The Candlelit Centerpiece features a fragrant, soy based candle in a
beautiful glass tumbler and is centered in a bed of fresh mixed
evergreens that overflow the floral foam filled container. Each 18”
wide Candlelit Centerpiece is laced with natural pine cones,
eucalyptus sprigs and artificial cranberry branches. The matching bow
sets off the entire centerpiece, which is sure to be a welcome
addition to the Holiday look and feel of your home. $25

The Living Christmas Tree is perfect for use as a holiday centerpiece,
table-top tree. They are nursery grown Dwarf Alberta Spruce Trees that
can be planted outdoors in the landscape after the Holidays. Each tree
is about 14 inches tall, making the entire table-top Tree a perfect
size - about 20 inches tall. These are live trees and they will remain
fresh throughout the Holidays with regular watering. (Each tree comes
with complete care instructions.) $20

The Classic Wreath is on display at Main Street Café were orders can
placed using cash or check.
Additionally, orders can be placed on-line using your credit card or Pay Pal account.

Wreaths will be available for pick up at the American Legion Club on
Saturday, Dec. 6th, 2008 during the Annual Ringing in the Season
event. Watch for more information regarding Ringing in the Season in
the near future!

All funds raised will be used to help fund the Community Events that
BUILD sponsors throughout the year, including Air Your Art in
Louisville, Last Hot Sunday In July Show–n-Shine, and Ringing In The

Please feel free to contact me with any questions at 
Thanks –
Mandi Chubb
Ringing in the Season Event Chair


Saturday Oct. 25!!! 


The Louisville High School Cheerleaders are sponsoring a fun night for the youth of Cass County and surrounding areas.  It is our 2nd Annual and we are really gearing up for a super fun-super frightening night.  We are geared towards the younger kids from 5-7pm and a bit scarier from 7-9pm.  Hot dogs, chips, dessert, pop, water & hot cocoa will all be available for a very fair price and admission is just $5.00 a person.   Free face painting, a bouncy house storytelling & a big bon fire are all other attractions that are included with admission. 

It looks to be a great night!

Births and Birthdays 
Louisville Welcomes
 Annabelle Marie Plucknett
Most Beautiful Little Girl Ever!
From Grandpa 
Happy 4th Birthday Kole Albert!
Posted by Krissy Albert on Monday, October 20, 2008 - 03:56 pm

We love you! Mama, Daddy, Kanon, Grandma, Grandpa, Aunt Nae Nae, Uncle
Brady, Braydon, and Emma.



MONDAY – OCTOBER 27, @ 7:00 P.M.

Dr. Bryan Hufstader was born in southern California to a health conscious family.  Although his parents had no formal training in how to promote health and wellness, they both had an intuition for what supported a healthy body.  This intuition was put to the test when Bryan’s mother was diagnosed with a malignant melanoma when he was only 6 years of age.  Malignant melanoma is the only truly deadly form of skin cancer there is, and the oncologists assumed she would not survive.  Mrs. Hufstader had the lesion surgically removed, but when the medical doctors wanted to begin chemical therapy, this didn’t sound right to her.  “I’m sick; they want to inject me with poison?” She went looking for help and found Dr. Ravinder Sanni.  Dr. Sanni was a chiropractor who was an expert with the use of Aruvedic medicine, homeopathy and nutrition.  Under his guidance, Mrs. Hufstader was able to optimize the way her body functioned.  She became as healthy as she had ever been, and the cancer !

simply could not survive in her healthy body.  Bryan was so impressed with Dr. Sanni that he made the choice then, at 6 years old, that he was going to learn to become a natural doctor and help people the way Dr. Sanni had helped his mother.

After a hitch in the US Army, Dr. Hufstader began his education.  He attended a small Jesuit college in Saint Louis, MO where he earned his bachelor’s degree in biology.  After graduation he attended the Logan College of Chiropractic also in St. Louis.  While he was there he discovered the research of early nutrition pioneers like Weston A. Price, Royal Lee, Francis Pottenger and Melvin Page.  Bryan realized that the information that these men had uncovered played a major role in guiding the plan that had saved his mother’s life.  He saw that much of this information is widely ignored, and ignorance of these principles is what contributes to many of the health woes that we see in the industrialized world.

For nearly a decade, Dr. Hufstader has continued his studies and application of these principles.  He has also begun to implement traditional Chinese principles into his practice.  He uses traditional Chinese diagnostic techniques and acupuncture with many of his patients.  His first practice was in Idaho, and he now has a practice in Elmwood called Lifetime Wellness Clinic that has been operational since January.
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Born to Swagger
Cyclones: a Breath of Fresh Air

Ok, Winter: Bring IT ON!

I want to thank everyone that helped provide us with that good old fashioned Huskers Victory last Saturday. Since 3PM 10/18 I have had so much more energy, and inner peace. It is just a wonder-drug when Nebraska gets out there and raises eyebrows in the Big 12.

It is gonna get kinda cold next Saturday, snowing out West already, but we get to stay home and wump the poor Baylor Bears which should create a nice warm feeling in Lincoln. By half time, it should be warm enough for a picnic.

Truly, this is the great equalizer! How can you get wound up about the economy, the election, global silliness any of that when Ganz is consistantly converting 3rd Downs.

Ok, I KNOW, I KNOW, it is gonna get really scary soon.


Everybody knows we are coming up on that time every year that strikes fear deep in our hearts, and leaves our knees knocking!

10 Days from Today..

No, I am not talking about Halloween! I am talking about the Morning After, I mean the Road Trip to play Oklahoma Eeeek!!!!

Oh well, it had to happen Sooner or Later

Say, if you are interested in something a little different this Sunday 10/26 Try St. Patricks Church in Manley for the 10:30am Mass.

Cass County Commissioner Jim Peterson


is directing and a small choral group that is singing a Gregorian Mass all in Latin. This is no small endeavor! This Latin is like a whole different language! 

We have all been working on this for more than a Month, and I am thinking I might make a pretty good Monk!

I might have to ask Irina first.

Having Fun and Singing Latin South of the River
Computer John