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  • School has county road concerns

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    Sharon Colling has been hired on as the new administrator of the Hamilton County Manor.

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Burning Old Glory PDF E-mail

Members of Aurora Boy Scout Troop 28 kicked off the 2014 Hamilton County Fair Wednesday with a ceremonial burning of worn American flags. Scouts layered many flags that had faded and torn over the years, then saluted as they watched them burn. Fair activities kick into high gear Thursday with animal shows during the day. Exhibits go on display at 4:30 p.m. Opening ceremonies are scheduled for 6 p.m., which is when Family Night Fun begins. The DC Lynch carnival will be open from 6 p.m. to midnight.

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Balasa a repeat winner in amateur photo contest PDF E-mail

Priscilla Balasa of Aurora was out looking for Sandhill cranes to photograph on a brisk winter day when she came upon a pair of Clydesdale horses that caught her eye. The picture she captured that day was selected as the grand prize winner in this year’s Leadership Center amateur photo contest, earning Balasa back-to-back titles.

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What’s all the bark about at the Edgerton Center? PDF E-mail

If you were a dog lover, the Edgerton Center was your favorite place last week.

Kids and parents enjoyed the Canine Science Camp July 14-18 at the fairgrounds. The four-day event was sponsored by Iams and featured obedience training, a tour of the Iams plant, sessions on dog health, nutrition and wellness, agility demonstrations and courses, a grooming session, a police K-9 unit demonstration and even a Dog Show.

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