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  • School has county road concerns

    Hampton Public Schools superintendent Holly Herzberg spoke to the Hamilton County Board of Commissioner at Monday’s meeting with a deep concern of the condition of the county roads, especially with the school year quickly approaching.

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  • Hamilton Manor hires administrator

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

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Pinnacle Bank donation PDF E-mail

Tom Darbro, left, cuts a special ribbon made of money last week, representing Pinnacle Bank’s $5,000 donation to the Hamilton Community Foundation. The event was a combination grand opening for the bank’s renovated downtown facilities, as well as a retirement party for Darbro, who ended a 34-year career with Pinnacle Jan. 2. Also pictured are Pinnacle Bank founder Roy Dinsdale, Denise Cyboron, Judy Salmon and Debe Merrick. “I have never regretted buying this bank,” Dinsdale said. “This is just one hell of a community and hopefully we have been a part of its growth.”

 
A celebration in Hampton PDF E-mail

More than 250 Hampton residents celebrated their past and looked toward their future Sunday, focusing on how the community looks toward the Hampton Auditorium as a favorite gathering place. For a detailed report on Sunday's celebration, see this week's print or e-editions.

 
Fire burns 100 acres near Hampton PDF E-mail

A grass fire spread by high winds burned about 100 acres near Hampton Tuesday afternoon, crossing Interstate 80 and obscuring drivers’ vision with thick smoke.
No one was hurt, said Hampton Fire Chief Steve Arndt.
The fire apparently started early afternoon Tuesday from one that rekindled from five days before. County workers were burning a log in the ditch on Thursday, and the fire must’ve rekindled, he said. The burning permit had been issued, and the workers did nothing wrong, Arndt said.
“They did everything correctly,” he said. “It’s just one of those deals.”

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