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Murdock News - April 10, 2019

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Easter Egg Hunt FBLAThe Murdock news gets read by many people around the country. Especially people who used to live here, or grew up in Murdock.

Janie Apodaca is one of them. She sent me the following photos and what she remembers about Murdock.

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After we lived in Murdock for a while, my parents opened up Knapp’s Café. This is the front of the Café. Not sure of the year, but the photo shows me, my brother John, and our dog Pickup.

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Inside Knapp's Café in 1963. I can hardly read my mom's handwriting, but one is a Wendt, and the other one is Bob Litchenburger.

My best memories of the town when we lived there were the businesses on Main street.

We had 2 gas stations-one was Knop’s across the street from the old post office. We had Gus Wilken’s grocery store, Slieforts (misspelled) Hardware store, my grandparents garage (Knapp’s Garage), the library right next to the firehouse, the Corngrower’s State Bank, Murdoch’s Implements, Rhodes’s Grocery Store, Mike Bornemeier. Hardware Store, Knapp’s Café, Norman’s Barber Shop, and the old Posts Office when Verl Bronkow was the postmaster.

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This is my 2 brothers John and Jerry. John is pulling Jerry in a wagon from an old riding lawnmower my dad bought from the Murdock School. Not sure of the year, but my brother John who is driving is now almost 63 (next month.)

Thank you, Janie, for the stories and photos

If you have any photos and stories about Murdock, past or present please send them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


 Egg My Yard for Easter

What a fun Easter tradition. The Elmwood Murdock Knights Cheer team will "Egg" you yard with candy-filled plastic eggs. You don't have to go out at the insane hour of 5 am to try and hide the fact you are the Easter Bunny. 

Just wake up weary-eyed with your kids and look out at a yard covered with eggs.  EGG MY YARD 

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Lenten Services

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7:00 pm each Wednesday

Ash Wednesday

March 6, 2019

Lenten Wednesday Service

March 13, 20, 27

April 3, 10

Confirmation Examinations

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The students have been studying for two years and will have their oral exam during a special service Saturday, April 20th in front of the congregation, family, and friends.

Palm Sunday Service

Make sure to attend for confirmation and the Sunday School students who will process with Palms.

Maundy Thursday - April 18th

Good Friday - April 19th

Easter Service

Sunrise Service 7:00 am

LYF Easter Breakfast (between services)

Divine Service 10:30

Easter Egg Hunt

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All children are invited to join the LYF group for an Easter egg hunt following the 10:30 am service. Please meet in the Fellowship Hall after service to get a basket for gathering eggs. 

Please feel free to join us every Sunday

9:15 Sunday School & Bible Class

10:30 am Divine Service

Listen to the weekly sermon anytime at Pastor Brent Kuhlman's Blog

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 Worship Time: 9:30 am Sunday

Children's Sunday School: 9:55-10:30

PH 402 867-3191 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

(dismissed from worship following the "Children's Chat")  

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FBLA State Leadership Conference

Twenty-nine Elmwood-Murdock FBLA members attended the State Leadership Conference in
Omaha from April 4-6. At the conference, members participated in competitive events, attended educational workshops, and campaigned for state office. Eight members qualified for the National Leadership Conference.

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E-M junior, Zane Rikli, campaigned for Nebraska State Treasurer with the theme, “No Zane, No Gain.” As part of the campaign process, Zane gave a 2-minute speech at the opening session; set up and worked at a campaign booth for two days, and answered questions about his goals and qualifications at a formal caucus.

Zane ran against three competing candidates for the same office position, and while he did an outstanding job of representing our chapter, he, unfortunately, did not receive the majority vote to secure the office position. It was a great learning experience for him and chapter members were proud of his hard work, enthusiasm, and positive attitude during the campaign process.

Denotes qualification for the National Leadership Conference in San Antonio, Texas from June 28 – July 3

Top 8 Award WinnerscrppedSydney Anderson, Junior - All-State Quality Member Award
American Enterprise Project, 6 th

Noah Arent, Sophomore
Public Service Announcement, 4 th

Lexi Bacon, Freshman
Introduction to Business Communication, Honorable Mention
Spreadsheet Applications, Honorable Mention

*Hayden Ernst, Senior - All-State Quality Member Award
Accounting II, 4 th
*Business Ethics, 2 nd
Local Chapter Annual Business Report, 6 th

*Molly Feile, Junior
Business Communication, Honorable Mention
Business Law, Honorable Mention
*Client Service, 3 rd
Emerging Business Issues, 6 th
*Organizational Leadership, 3 rd

Bailey Frahm, Freshman
Business Achievement Award, Future Level
Computer Applications, 7 th
Database Design, 7 th
Introduction to Business Presentation, Honorable Mention

Jayden Halferty, Sophomore
Public Service Announcement, 4 th
Chloe Hosier, Junior
Organizational Leadership, Honorable Mention

Morgan Jennings, Senior
Business Communications, 7 th
Emerging Business Issues, 6 th

Lauren Justesen, Junior -All-State Quality Member Award
American Enterprise Project, 6 th

*Sydney Kunz, SeniorAll-State Quality Member Award
*Community Service Project, 2 nd
Electronic Career Portfolio, 4 th
Job Interview, Honorable Mention
Publication Design, 7 th
Who’s Who Award

Nate Lockman, Freshman
Introduction to Business Presentation, Honorable Mention

*Andy Meyer, Senior
Business Calculations, 7 th
*Business Ethics, 2 nd

Valerie Miller, Senior
Emerging Business Issues, 6 th
Local Chapter Annual Business Report, 6 th

*Morgan Mills, Senior - All-State Quality Member Award
*Community Service Project, 2 nd
Publication Design, 7 th
Who’s Who Award

*Faith Offner, Senior
All-State Quality Member Award
*Community Service Project, 2 nd

*Gus Pope, Sophomore
*Business Ethics, 2 nd
Graphic Design, 7 th
Public Service Announcement, 4 th


Sela Rikli, Freshman
Business Achievement Award, Future Level
Computer Applications, 5 th
Database Design, 5 th
Introduction to Business Presentation, Honorable Mention
Spreadsheet Applications, 5 th


Zane Rikli, Junior
All-State Quality Member Award
Business Achievement Award, Leader Level
Graphic Design, 7 th
Local Chapter Annual Business Report, 6 th

Brianna Scattergood, Senior
All-State Quality Member Award
American Enterprise Project, 6 th
Business Achievement Award, Future Level

Noah Willey, Junior
Graphic Design, 7 th
*Kylee Wilson, Junior
*Community Service Award, America Level (500+ hours)

Other Students in Attendance were:

Ethan Clements, Junior
Tommy Eggert, Senior
Hunter Hansen, Sophomore
Nicole Meyer, Senior
Abraham Vidaurre, Junior
Katelyn Vogler, Junior
Cole Wendt, Junior

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NICOLE MEYER

ELMWOOD MURDOCK HIGH SCHOOL 

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This week our Student of the Week Winner is Nicole Meyer. She is a senior at Elmwood Murdock High School. Her activities include FBLA, volleyball, track, choir, and band. She is the daughter of Vince and Susan Meyer.

She was nominated for these reasons:
- She is always friendly and polite
- She is consistently setting goals for herself and working hard to achieve them
- She has been given a scholarship to play volleyball at Bellevue University
- She is admired by both students and staff

Nicole, Susan, and Vince are invited to stop by (we are located under the water tower in Louisville), call (402.234.3333) or email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) to get their Witte Physical Therapy t-shirts!

The next Student of the Week winner will be announced on 4/10/19

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There is a wealth of information on the new Elmwood-Murdock website. It is updated on a daily basis by various teachers and department heads.


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Updates from the Legislature merged

Highway 63 UPDATE

The first phase of the project from I-80 to Church road was completed in 2017. This opened Church road east-west and connected it to I80.

Last year, 2018, was supposed to be culverts, grading and paving from South of Church road to Alvo.
The weather put the culvert work, grading work and utility relocation work behind schedule. By the time we had the subgrade stabilized and embankments constructed it was too cold to pave.

We will go to work on subgrade reconstruction and foundation placement once the frost is out of the ground and we get some drying weather. 
Paving should go fast and we hope to be paved out by July.

I know it is frustrating but grading work is very susceptible to delays with wet weather and last year had a lot of rain.

It is with the hope that we can open in July.
Please encourage anyone interested to call the district office for updates.

402-471-0850.

Our project manager is Jesse DeLosSantos.
Our Construction Engineer is Curt Mueting.

Tom Goodbarn
District Highway Engineer

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