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Murray Newsletter - December 21, 2011

 Hope you're surrounded by

friends and family this holiday season! 

 

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5-12-2010 COUGAR_LOGO 

COUGAR SPORTS 

(Home games in BOLD print.)

COUGAR WRESTLING 

WRESTLERS 

VARSITY 

January:
7 @ Malcolm Dual Tourney, 9:30 a.m.
21 @ Oakland Craig Invitational, 9 a.m.
28 @ DC West Invitational, 9 a.m. 

 

February:
2 v. Fort Calhoun, 7:00
3 @ Louisville, ECNC Tournament, 3:00
16-18 @ State Tournament, TBA/TBA 

 

JR. HIGH

February:
21 CONESTOGA TRI, HOME, 4:15
25 @ Weeping Water Tourney, 9 a.m.
27 @ Palmyra Tri, 4:30

March:
2 @ Fort Calhoun Tournament, 4:30
6 @ Platteview Quad, 4:15
8 @ Louisville Tri, 4:30
13 @ Auburn Quad, 4:00 

 

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COUGAR BASKETBALL 

GIRLS' VARSITY 

December:
30 v Brownell Talbot, 4:00 

January:
3 @ Platteview, 6:00
6-7 Lourdes Booster Tourney @ HOME, Times TBA
10 @ East Butler, 6:15
12 v Elmwood-Murdock, 6:15
14 @ Auburn, 7:30
17 v Palmyra, 6:00
19 v Mead, 6:00
20 @ Fort Calhoun, 5:30
24 @ Weeping Water, 7:30
26 v Johnson County Central, 6:00
28 ECNC Preliminary Round @ HOME, TBA
30 ECNC Tournament 1st Round @ HOME, TBA 

February:
2 ECNC Semi-Finals, SECC, TBA
4 ECNC Finals, SECC, TBA
7 @ Ashland-Greenwood, 7:45
9 @ Syracuse, 6:00
13, 14, 16 Sub-Districts, TBA
24 District Finals, TBA 

March:
1-3 State Tournament, TBA 

 

GIRLS' JV 

January:
3 @ Platteview, 4:15
10 @ East Butler, 4:00
12 v Elmwood-Murdock, 4:45
14 @ Auburn, 6:00
17 v Palmyra, 4:30
20 @ Fort Calhoun, 3:00
24 @ Weeping Water, 6:00
26 v Johnson County Central, 4:30 

February:
7 @ Ashland-Greenwood, 6:00
9 @ Syracuse, 4:30 

 

GIRLS' FRESHMAN 

January:
7 v Palmyra, 9:30 a.m.
16 v Weeping Water, 6:00
23 @ Lourdes Central Catholic, 5:30 


GIRLS' JR. HIGH 

January:
28 @ Johnson-County Central, 8:30 a.m. 

February:
2 @ Weeping Water, 6:30
4 @ Weeping Water Booster Tournament, 8 a.m.
& @ Syracuse, 4:30
9 v Louisville, 5:00
18 @ Palmyra Tournament, 9:30 a.m.
21 v Auburn, 4:30
25 @ Elmwood-Murdock, 10 a.m. 

 

BOYS' VARSITY 

December:
30 v Brownell Talbot, 5:30 

January:
3 @ Platteview, 7:45
6-7 Lourdes Booster Tournament @ HOME , Time TBA
10 @ East Butler, 7:45
12 v Elmwood-Murdock, 8:00
17 v Palmyra, 7:30
19 v Mead, 7:45
20 @ Fort Calhoun, 7:00
24 v Auburn, 7:30
26 v Johnson County Central, 7:30
28 ECNC Preliminary Rounds, TBA/TBA
31 ECNC Tourney 1st Round, TBA/TBA 

February:
3 @ SECC, ECNC Semi-Finals, TBA
4 @ SECC, ECNC Finals, TBA
9 @ Syracuse, 7:30
17 @ Weeping Water, 7:30
20-21, 23 Sub-Districts, TBA/TBA
27 District Finals, TBA/TBA

March:
8-10 @ STATE TOURNAMENT, TBA 

 

BOYS' JV

January:
3 @ Platteview, 4:15
10 @ East Butler, 5:00
12 v Elmwood-Murdock, 4:45
17 v Palmyra, 4:30
20 @ Fort Calhoun, 4:00
24 v Auburn, 6:00
26 v Johnson County Central, 4:30 

February:
9 @ Syracuse, 4:30
17 @ Weeping Water, 6:00 

 

BOYS' FRESHMAN

January:
7 v Palmyra, 10:30
9 Elmwood-Murdock Tourney @ HOME, 4:00
16 v Weeping Water, 7:15
23 @ Lourdes Central Catholic, 6:30 

 


 

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RECYCLE SCHEDULES for MURRAY, NEHAWKA & BEAVER LAKE 

The CASS COUNTY GOING GREEN recycle trailer will be located on these dates in the following towns: 

Now - Dec. 23, Beaver Lake
Dec. 24 - 30, Nehawka
Dec. 31 - Jan. 6, Murray
Jan. 7 - 13, Beaver Lake
Jan. 1 - 6, Nehawka
Jan. 21 - 27, Murray
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Jan. 28 - Feb 3, Beaver Lake 
 

Murray will also continue to have the recycle bin located behind Town Hall every day, but this is for Murray residents' use only. 

 


  

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Free Commercial Property 

The Village of Union, a municipal corporation located within Cass County, Nebraska, is requesting solicitations from individuals and corporations to receive free commercial property located within the Village of Union, with such property having a legal description of: South Union Lots 5, 6, 7 & East 4'6 Lot 8, Block 2, in Union, Cass County, Nebraska, with a lot size of 72' x 135'. This property is located on Main Street which is located on Highway 34 and just off the intersection of Highway 75. 

To be eligible to receive this free commercial property, the individual or corporation must send a solicitation to the following address postmarked by April 1, 2012: Village of Union, Att: Village Clerk, P.O. Box 127, Union, NE 68455.

 To receive this free property, the person/entity must agree to do the following: 

1. Remove and/or demolish the current structures on the premises or refurbish the current structure, to include the south retaining wall, no later than October 1, 2012. 

2. Place a commercial structure on the property no later than September 1, 2013. The solicitation must, at a minimum, contain the following: 
   
1. The name, address, and phone numbers of the individual or entity submitting the solicitation, to include a description of the individual's/entity's current and past business ventures.  
 
 2. A detailed description of person's/entity's plans for such commercial property.  
 

 3. A letter of credit from a bank or lending institution that demonstrates the individual's or entity's ability to receive financing to demolish the current site structures and place a commercial structure on the property by September 1, 2013.  

The Village Board of Trustees will create a committee to review the solicitations. A decision will then be made by the Village Board of Trustee by May 1, 2012 to choose which solicitations, if any, is in the best interest of the Village. The Village will provide the individual or entity who is awarded the property the following by June 1, 2012: 
 

1. A general conveyance deed with right of reverter to Village if commercial property is not constructed by September 1, 2013; and  

 2. Free sewer and water hookup. 

 

Please contact Melissa Hansen, Village Clerk, at 402-263-3865 or villageofunion@yahoo.com with questions. 

 
 

 

2011 Nebraska_Development_News 

Catherine Lang Appointed as DED Director 

 

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Catherine D. Lang of Lincoln was appointed by Gov. Dave Heineman to serve as Director of the Department of Economic Development. She will continue to serve as the Commissioner of the Department of Labor. 
  
Lang has served in state government since 1981. In August 2008, she was appointed as Commissioner of Labor after serving as the Deputy Tax Commissioner of the Nebraska Department of Revenue. Prior to this appointment, Lang served as Property Tax Administrator and was the Director for the Department of Property Assessment and Taxation. Lang has also served as the Director of the Property Tax Division and Special Counsel to the Tax Commissioner. 
 
"This is a very exciting opportunity," Lang said. "The Department of Labor has worked with theDepartment of Economic Development on a number of issues and I look forward to continuingthe ongoing collaboration between the two departments." 
 
Lang received her bachelor's degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a law degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Law.  
 
Nebraska 2011 in Review  
 
Nebraska continued to fare considerably better than the country overall in most economic measures, including labor force employment, industry employment, wages, income and cost of living, and housing.
  
 According to the Nebraska Department of Labor, the state's 4.9 percent unemployment rate in June 2010 actually decreased to 4.5 percent in June 2011, compared with 9.5 and 9.2 percent for the nation in June 2010 and 2011, respectively. The state's labor force averaged 1,000,628 workers in October. Also as recently as October, U.S. labor data showed that Nebraska's not-seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 3.8 percent. In September, Douglas County (Omaha) recorded an unemployment rate of 4.5 percent, and Lancaster County (Lincoln) a 3.6 percent rate. 

Industry Employment 

The total non-farm job count in Nebraska advanced 2 percent from October 2010 to October 2011 to 18,974—including 6,458 more jobs than in September 2011. Nebraska's non-farm jobs totaled 967,258 by the end of October 2011. In the overall U.S., the job count grew just 0.2 percent. Total private employment rose 2.7 percent in the state. While manufacturing jobs averaged 95,529 in October 2011—an increase of 2,662 from October 2010, it was 0.05 percent less than in September 2011, showing that the manufacturing sector remains somewhat tenuous. Yet Nebraska's decrease in manufacturing jobs was significantly smaller than the tre mendous losses nationwide (and averaged from 2005 to 2010). Nebraska experienced a total net loss of 9.3 percent compared with a national 20.7 percent loss during this time frame. 

Right-to-Work 

The National Institute for Labor Relations Research found that right-to-work states (Nebraska being one of 22) experience about two-and-a-half times higher private-sector job growth, 28.3 percent personal income growth (compared with 14.7 percent), and 20.9 percent growth in real manufacturing GDP (compared with 6.5 percent) when measured against the remaining 28 non- right-to-work, or forced-dues, states. 

Wages 

 The growth of employment in Nebraska in FY2010-2011 was accompanied by an increase in wages in both the manufacturing sector and professional and business services. Average hourly earnings in manu-facturing grew from $16.18 in June 2010 to $16.79 in October 2011. In professional and business services, wages rose from $17.69 an hour to $18.33 from June 2010 to June 2011. 

Business Growth 

A significant number of businesses continued to expand during 2011. Some of those included:

• World's Foremost Bank, a subsidiary of Cabela's Inc., in Lincoln—building a 40,000 sq. ft. addition to accommodate up to 400 new employees.

• Global expansion of Twin Diamond Industries in Minden resulting in an overall 15 percent sales increase.

• Completion of the 81-megawatt (MW) Laredo Ridge Windfarm near Petersburg, estimated at $200 million and employing 170 during construction.

• TMCO in Lincoln is undergoing a $7 million expansion that included an additional 30,000 sq. ft. facility, $5.5 million investment in new equipment and about 24 new jobs.

• NOVEL Chemical Solutions in Crete plans to add seven new full-time positions.

• BD Medical West in Columbus invested $50 million in a 48,000 sq. ft. addition with the goal of adding 40-45 new jobs.

• Duncan Aviation in Lincoln started work on a new 45,000 sq. ft. paint facility.

• Graepel North America Inc. in La Vista committed $2 million to a new facility and 16 new jobs, marking the company's first North American manufacturing operation.

• Neapco Components in Beatrice committed to adding 100,000 sq. ft. to its existing 180,000 sq. ft. facility, and 150 new jobs.

• ReinCoat®, LLC, a division of Reinke® Manufacturing, Inc. added a new $10 million, 35,000 sq. ft. galvanizing facility, along with 30 jobs.

• CNH America, LLC in Grand Island invested in new machinery and equipment and added 20 new full-time positions.

• Brehmer Manufacturing, Inc. in Lyons built a new addition to its existing manufacturing facility, purchased new equipment and added seven full-time jobs.

• Evonik Industries in Blair invested more than $80 million to expand its Blair Biotechnology Complex and added 10 new positions.

• Dutton-Lainson Company in Hastings added 40 new full-time positions.

• Intersystems announced a 60,000 sq. ft. expansion and a $10 million investment at its Omaha facility.

• Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp., U.S.A., in Lincoln celebrated the grand opening of a three-year, $40 million expansion.

• Lone Wolf Wurst Meats, LLC in Eustis built a new processing center.

• Merck Animal Health broke ground on a $13.5 million state-of-the-art facility.

• PayPal in La Vista added 125 customer service jobs.

• Pinnacle Bank in Omaha held a ribboning cutting on a new 83,000 sq. ft. location.

• Nova Tech in Grand Island increased its employment by 15 new jobs in its $9 million new location.

• AAA Bank Nebraska in Omaha celebrated the grand opening of its first Nebraska location.

• Apogee Retail, LLC in Columbus expanded and updated its call center operations, resulting in the addition of 100 new employees.

• Premier Senior Marketing, Inc. in Norfolk expanded its operations in a renovated downtown building and added 20 full-time positions. 

 

Additionally, the highly successful Second Nebraska Reverse Trade Mission held in Lincoln in September, resulted in the following international companies announcing new or expanded facilities in Nebraska:

• EM Gear, LLC in South Korea plans to locate its U.S. headquarters in Omaha.

• Global Choice International, LLC, headquartered in China, is adding warehousing and distribution capacity to its Omaha sales operations.

• SFT America Limited, LLC, based in China, plans to locate its U.S. headquarters in Nebraska.

• Benchmark Timetable of South Africa intends to establish a U.S. base in Nebraska to support its growing clientele. 

 

Passage of Landmark Legislation

Further enhancing the state's capacity to attract, retain and grow high caliber businesses and industries was the passage of the Talent and Innovation Initiative (TI2) package that included the Site & Building Development Fund, the Business Innovation Act, the Intern Nebraska (InternNE) program and the Angel Investment Tax Credit Program.
The Site & Building Development Fund will increase the number of industrial and commercial sites available and ready for business development using $3 million in redirected resources and a one-for-one match from communities.
A tool that works in tandem with this fund is the Location One Information System (LOIS), which DED now works exclusively with to showcase Nebraska's available sites and buildings. The comprehensive database system includes detailed local ESRI reports, numerous search criteria capabilities for sites and buildings, interactive local map layers and more. Search Nebraska's available sites and buildings at neded.org/nebraskasitesandbuildings. 
 

TI2 also includes:

• The Business Innovation Act, authorizing distribution of approximately $14 million in competitive grants during the next several years, encourages small businesses and entrepreneurial enterprises to develop new technologies and leverage innovative solutions. Eligible grant activities may include prototype development, product commercialization, applied research conducted in Nebraska, and small business and microenterprise lending support. 
 
• Nebraska also is working to retain its youth with InternNE, another TI2 program that invests $1.5 million annually in redirected job training funds along with a 100 percent match from par- ticipating companies to create internships. The goal is to provide real life job experience for state university and community college students and, in the process, develop a professional workforce equipped to meet the changing needs of companies.

• The Angel Investment Tax Credit Program provides refundable state income tax credits to encourage investments in start-ups, capped at $3 million annually from redirected funds.  

Also passed was the Nebraska Economic Gardening Program (NEGP) that will provide up to $400,000 for the next two years for technical assistance to support and stimulate existing high growth businesses, and the development of high-wage-paying, high growth industries in rural and urban areas, entrepreneurism, and overall innovation. 

Income and Cost of Living 

During the past four years, Nebraska's Per Capita Income (PCI) has exceeded the Plains' region average PCI. The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis reports that Nebraska's per capita personal income was $39,557 in 2010—a 0.7 percent increase. Total personal income in Nebraska increased 2.2 percent between 2009 and 2010 or from $70.665 million in 2009 to an estimated $472.244 million in 2010 (the most current available figures). 
 
Well below the national average was the state's cost of living, as reported by the American Chamber of Commerce Researchers Association. The Association's Cost of Living Index showed that the cities of Hastings, Lincoln and Omaha together had general living costs that averaged 90.3 percent of the national average in the third quarter of 2011. Omaha scored below the national average of 100.0 in all categories. Lincoln and Hastings were below the national average in all categories except transportation. 
 

Tourism Development 

The DED Travel & Tourism Division's Tourism Advisory Board hired Minnesota-based consulting firm Conventions, Sports and Leisure (CSL) to facilitate the statewide tourism strategic plan required by LB 684, which was passed and signed by the Governor during the most recent legislative session. In addition, Kathy McKillip was selected to facilitate the strategic plan and named the new tourism director.  Research coordinator Tom Doering is retiring this month after 37 years in the division.

In 2011, the division launched a Golf Nebraska campaign to attract more golfers from around the region to play — and stay — in Nebraska. Television commercials, website advertising, and Internet and social media efforts targeted golfers in surrounding states, encouraging them to "Get Driving" to Nebraska for a golf vacation.  

 The 2011 Nebraska Passport featured 33 attractions across the state where visitors could collect passport stamps and earn prizes. Overall, 308 travelers submitted stamps for prizes and were entered in the grand prize drawing.Entries were received from 11 states, including Nebraska. (Illinois, Pennsylvania, Virginia, California, Wyoming, Kansas, South Dakota, Iowa, Washington, Colorado). 

Nebraska Stands Out

Capping an outstanding 2011 for the state were all the high national rankings and attention it garnered from coast to coast:

• 1st Nebraska—Lowest Combined Debt and Pension Liabilities, Financial Times FT.com

• 2nd Employment Leaders, Nebraska Business Facilities 2011 Rankings Report

• 3rd Nebraska—Nation's Least Economic Stressed State, AP Analysis

• 3rd Best State for Job Seekers, MSN Careers

• 3rd Best Quality of Life, Nebraska, Business Facilities 2011 Rankings Report

• 3rd Least Financially Distressed State, 2011 bizjournals.com

• 4th in Nation for Volunteer Rate, Nebraska, 2011 Volunteering in America report by Corp. for National and Community Service

• 5th Pollina's Top Pro-Business States, 2011 Pollina Corporate Real Estate, Inc.

• 5th Workforce Training Leaders, Nebraska, Business Facilities 2011 Rankings Report

• 9th Nebraska, Top 10 States for Growth & Innovation, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Report 2011

• 10th Nebraska, America's Top States for Business, CNBC 2011

• 10th Best Economic Growth Potential, Nebraska, Business Facilities 2011 Rankings Report

• CSSS.NET of Bellevue, and All Native Services of Winnebago, were recognized by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) as SBA 100 companies.

• 3rd Buffalo County—Nation's Least Economic Stressed County, AP Analysis

• 1st Lincoln, Top 10 Cities for College Graduates, Livability.com 2011

• 1st Omaha—America's Most Affordable City, Forbes.com

• 2nd Omaha—Nation's Best City for Business, MarketWatch.com

• 2nd Omaha, Best Cities for Recent Grads, The Daily Beast 2011

• 5th Omaha, Best City for Young Professionals, Forbes 2011

• 5th Best Places to Live, Papillion, Neb., CNN Money 

 

THE NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

www.neded.org | 800-426-6505 | patty.wood@nebraska.gov; 301 Centennial Mall South | P.O. Box 94666 | Lincoln, NE 68509-4666

Our Mission:  

 To develop economic opportunities by keeping Nebraska businesses, communities and people competitive. If appropriately credited, material in this newsletter may be reproduced without permission. It is the policy of the Nebraska Department of Economic Development not to discriminate on the basis of sex, disability, race, color, religion, marital status, age or national or ethnic origin. 

 
 


 

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The Otoe County Genealogical Society will host its January 12th meeting at 7:00pm at the Linden View Assisted Living Facility at 1720 Linden Street in Syracuse. 
 

This will be a society-planning meeting and will center on planning out the society's activities for 2012. So if you are interested in researching your family's history, or would like to assist with community-based projects, then please come join us at Linden View on the 12th! We look forward to seeing you there!  

 

Thanks so much,
Curtis Wolbert
President/Otoe County Genealogical Society

 

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 "Dad's Christmas Miracle" Playing at Mahoney State Park 

KBC Productions is partnering with Eugene T. Mahoney State Park for its 19th winter theater season with the winter production of "Dad's Christmas Miracle"." Written by Pat Cook, this funny and heart-warming story revolves around Connor Murphy (Dustin Reckling Louisville) who wants a go-cart for Christmas. He and his pals, Tater (Peter Reckling Louisville) and Neil (Matt Rothgeb, Omaha) try to get to the end of the school semester being good boys in hopes of getting what they want for Christmas. However, report cards and the annual Christmas Pageant stand in their way. 
 
Hysterical situations abound in this loving memory of Yuletide charm back when if you had a dollar it was more money than you knew what to do with; if you had an hour to play, it seemed forever, and the best time in the whole world had to be Christmas. 

 Artistic Director Kevin Colbert says, "This is great fun for the whole family!"

Other cast members include: Doug Rothgeb, (Omaha), Dave and Hope Hibler, Keylee Ezell, (Manley), Andrew DeBrie, Emma Gauthier and Brenda Jones (Louisville). 
 
The production runs December 26, 27, 28, 29, 30. Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:30PM and Sundays are at 2PM. 
 
Ticket prices are $10 for Adults and $8 for Children 12 and under.  
 
 For reservations call the park at 402-944-2523 Ext. 7122. 

 


  

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Fulfill Your New Year's Resolution to Give Blood 

 

As 2011 draws to a close, many may reflect on the past year and the New Year's resolutions made nearly a year ago. If 'help others' was included on your list of resolutions, there is still time to help patients in need by donating blood through the American Red Cross.
With your donation this month, the gift of a blood or platelet donation can make an even greater difference. In honor of all December blood and platelet donors, a financial contribution will be made to the American Red Cross annual holiday giving program.
As the new year approaches, take the time to give blood this month and remember to include 'donate blood' on your list of resolutions for 2012. Make an appointment today to make a difference in the lives of others. 
 

How to Donate Blood 

Simply call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit redcrossblood.org to make an appointment or for more information. All blood types are needed to ensure a reliable supply for patients. 
 
A blood donor card or driver's license, or two other forms of identification are required at check-in. 

Individuals who are 17 years of age (16 with parental permission in some states), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood. High school students and other donors 18 years of age and younger also have to meet certain height and weight requirements. 
 

About the American Red Cross 

Governed by volunteers and supported by giving individuals and communities, the American Red Cross is the single largest supplier of blood products to hospitals throughout the United States. While local hospital needs are always met first, the Red Cross also helps ensure no patient goes without blood no matter where or when they need it. In addition to providing nearly half of the nation's blood supply, the Red Cross provides relief to victims of disaster, trains millions in lifesaving skills, serves as a communication link between U.S. military members and their families, and assists victims of international disasters or conflicts.  
 

OTOE COUNTY 

12/22/2011, 11:00 am- 4:00 pm, Cargill, 2601 Industrial Road, Nebraska City 

 


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