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October 17, 2007

N ico Lemmers and Tom Osborne
Both are TV News Items Tonight!
You may not have heard of that Osborne guy, but everybody knows Nico.
Nico Lemmers is one of the Louisville Football Lions best known personalities, a talented, durable, explosive runner and a big part of the teams exciting 2007 season!
Click Here for Details
Tonight 9PM on KPTM 42 they will air yesterdays JJ Davis exclusive interview
For this late breaking Louisville news, visit LouisvilleLions .com
Provided by Mike Krambeck and Krambeck Photography

Benefit Pool Tournament
for Marnie Goodman
Sunday - 1PM at Good Times
Marnie is a local gal that suffered a stroke and could
really use some community support at this time.
Cory and Mandi are the hosts and they are sponsoring this special fun and important event
Click Here:> http://68037.com/GT/Marnie_Benefit.pdf
Don't wait, Call to Sign Up Now, or Click Here to email Mandi



Football Game Site Changed (10-16-07)
Elmwood-Murdock officials announced Wednesday morning that Thursday's District 5 Championship football game between the Knights and the Louisville Lions has been moved to Abel Stadium on the campus of Nebraska Wesleyan University, 56th Street and Huntington Avenue. Weary Field features FieldTurf(TM) that, with the recent rains, made the decision to move an easy one. Kick-off is still set for 7:00. Please note that parking will need to be in residential areas as Wesleyan officials do not encourage on-campus parking.

Thursday L o u i s v i l l e Travels to Elmwood
According to the Lions Den: C-2, District 5 championship game next Thursday! Louisville travels to Elmwood to take on the Knights of Elmwood-Murdock,
each team unbeaten in district play .

“What better way to end the regular season but to have two teams fighting for a district title,” said Coach Johnson.
Read More> Click Here


Public Forum for discussion of Louisville Water Issues
Date is set for November 28 at the Fire Barn
Click Here: http://www.louisvillenebraska.com/city/mn101007.htm


South Bend Re-Roofing Village Hall
The Village of South Bend requests bids for removing and re-roofing of the Village Hall.
Bids need to include break out of removal cost, re-sheeting, shingling, when the job can start, and expected time of job.

Bids will be opened at the Village Board Meeting on November 7, 2007 and
need to be received by 12:00 clock CDT on Wednesday November 7, 2007. Mail bids to P.O. Box 68, South Bend, NE 68058.

Contractors must be bonded and provide proof of insurance upon bid acceptance.
The point of contact for the project is Pat Cunningham at 402-944-2349.

V i s i t t h e Li o n s D e n
Get all the latest on our Louisville Lions at
www.LouisvilleLions.com
Provided by Mike Krambeck and Krambeck Photography
View and purchase professional photos of our athletes (Click Here) that will provide a lifetime of memories, and help support the fine work of Mike and Pam

..and Now,.. for the REST .... of the story..
get all the real Cass County news at
www.Cass-News.com
Provided by the good folks at the Plattsmouth Journal

Louisville Birthdays,
Anniversaries, Celebrations
 and Special Announcements
this will be a now be regular feature in this weekly newsletter, send your announcements to [email protected]
Bret Belter is having a Birthday!!!
Friday October 27th
Provided by Jim & Teresa Belter

Keep Up
with the Latest Louisville Issues:
Read the most recent City Council Minutes
Click Here: http://www.louisvillenebraska.com/city/minutes.htm

Read the most recent BUILD Meeting Minutes
Click Here: http://b-u-i-l-d.com/minutes.htm

Now, let's Snoop on the Neighbors!!
Read all our local news by clicking on:
www.NebraskaCommunityWebsites.com
All the Community Classified Ads are on the Left Side
All the Community Newsletters are on the Right Side
(just click on the Editors Name)

See what's for sale, and read today's local buzz!!

Louisville Interactive
We built this way for you to share with the BUILD group, (our Local Business Owners), your ideas, observations and suggestions to help improve Louisville. Your comments are now shared at the Monthly BUILD meeting, and your ideas are valuable! We are looking for trends, common requests or concerns.

SAY WHAT YOU THINK!
All comments will be saved, reviewed and considered, so this is your chance to say what you think!
Take The New Survey http://www.b-u-i-l-d.com/talk_to_build.htm

Classified Ads
We made a couple changes to the Classified Section, and the popularity of this section has grown dramatically! You can now add a digital photo of whatever it is you have for sale.
Anyways the classified section, is now the most frequently visited section of the website, so get out there and sell something! Click HERE !

Anybody in Louisville can contribute a story..
 or a Guest Editorial on pretty much any subject by Clicking HERE:

http://www.louisvillenebraska.com/news/submit.htm and typing the story in the little box.
This represents access to about 762 of our neighbors, and you don't have to pay to get your message to the Community.
(message must be approved by the editor's Mom, she says; "If you can't says something nice, then shut up and eat!")


Join Club Louisville
Be sure and check out all the Local Discussion by going to: Click Here:> http://www.louisvillenebraska.com/discus/ and clicking on "Last Week" the top left hand side of your screen.

Hey, Life is Better Here!
If you are among the geographically challenged that happen to live somewhere else...
Come and Join Us! Easy as 1, 2, 3..... 4
Select a lot in our new Subdivision, drive down and check it out,
get a loan eat dinner, then buy some firewood!
you too can experience the Better Life!

From the Editor
Mower is Back
Well the mower got fixed, and it is raring to go! If it stops raining.

I have heard that farmers are having a hard time, onacounta this is the wettest October in recorded history. Crops did very well this year, now they just gotta dry out for a couple days, so they can get them out of the fields.
Everybody is getting kinda tired of all the rain.

Here is something to dwell on for a minute
; we are one week away from the 10 year anniversary of the Monster October Snow Storm that brought the area to it's knees.
October 24-26, 1997
Remember? Click Here  I sure remember.

I was in a crummy little apartment on 2nd and Walnut. I was amazed at  the quiet, that morning, it was dead quiet. Nothing was moving. Just these loud cracks as branches couldn't stand the weight of the snow any more, and Bang! Radio was saying hunker down, don't even think about going no where.

I was struck by something else, everybody seamed to know just what to do. Larry at the Hardware store, was staking snow shovels on his side walk, Jeff across the street was clearing a path, (
how the heck did he even get in to open the store? Police, ambulances and hummers were getting stuck!), coming from the big City my reaction was, sit tight and let somebody get this mess all straightened out.

What I saw was that somebody, was us!

Everybody just got busy and pitched in! (
Weird) There was nobody with a bull horn giving directions, there was no need. Listen to all those chain saws starting up!

Everybody just knew their bit.. Everybody just knew everybody else, there was no panic, everybody and pitched in..
I guess this is how they do things in a small town, in Nebraska

Kinda Nice!

Hey, Larry, ..hand me one of those Snow Shovels..


Having Fun and Waiting for the Snow South of the River
Computer John
Editor
LouisvilleNebraska.Com
mailto:[email protected]

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