June 27, 2007
Main Street Open Monday!!
Work is finishing - Traffic will be back to normal soon!
New Water Mains are IN!
FireWorks StandOpen !
Just cruise behind the Subway and help our firefighters buy equipment
All Major Credit Cards Accepted
Summer is about Baseball!
Here is a great photo of our Louisville Post 353 Team
Back Row: Paul Garcia(coach), Tad Bouvier, Nick
Beebee, Garrett Brummer, Bill Knutson (Head Coach)
Middle Row: Ray Mortensen, Chase Bauers, Mike Matchus,
Matt Garcia, Adam Sparks Front Row: J.R. Kantor,
Travis Daganar, Johnny Anson, Ryan Burnison, Dallas
Photo provided by Murdock Editor Teri Bowman
Remember Spaghetti on Friday
Louisville resident Deb Rhoads was in an auto accident resulting in multiple injuries and causing her to lose her source of transportation and wages for several weeks.
Deb has limited income and serious financial challenges to meet. She has given much time and service to our church. Please help us relieve some of her financial burdens by attending our spaghetti dinner.
Friday June 29th
5:00 - 7:00pm
Suggested donation $8.00
(no amount will be turned away)
United Methodist Church
222 Walnut Street
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From the Editor
"Summer in Louisville"
It has been 10 years now since I woke up in Nebraska, and this little City of Louisville has never stopped amazing me.
My wife and I have been working for several years trying to achieve the perfect garden, the prefect tomato, cuke and a broad variety of colorful pepper plants. She likes flowers.
The peppers are all mine, she is a flower freak. I just don't like the way they taste.
Raised beds, Drip irrigation, Oma -Grow, special seeds and fertilizer. Looking good!
One thing the Nebraska brochure didn't cover is bugs. This place has some of the most interesting bugs. Lots of them. I like to be marinated in DEET most the time.
Anyways, last night, I am in there weeding and caring for my pepper plants, and I notice several perfectly formed funnels in the soil. Hmmm . .....perfect, ....too perfect......symmetrical, with tiny grains of sand forming the walls. Hmmmmm .
Is it a coincidence? is it a fluke? is it an alien visitor like those crop circles?
Most importantly, is it a threat to my peppers ?
Right about then an ant wanders into one of the funnels, slides to the bottom and ZAP!! ...no more ant!
...well now.. hey ! .... what was THAT all about?Come to find out this alien visitor, is a Doodle Bug and apparently everybody but me knows this. Click Here
Well, these are apparently friendly to peppers, people and the environment in general. The guys at UNL like them just fine.
(I guess they did not survey the ants)
Having Fun and Doodling in the Garden South of the River
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