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

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Approximately 100 area youth were enjoying the combination of cool water, fun and games, mixed with a message of faith Friday as part of Monroe Evangelical Church's third annual S.P.L.A.S.H. event Friday afternoon in Cole Park. Nichole Hackett was an easy target in this water game, standing front and center while the Starfish group took aim with water balloons. Temperatures near 100 degrees made anything to do with water an instant hit.

 
'I am a survivor' PDF E-mail

Emotions were flowing Friday night in Cole Park, and so too were the tears.
There were tears of celebration and tears for lost loved ones shed during the 19th annual Relay For Life Walk of Hamilton County. So many people touched by cancer in some way came together to raise money for the American Cancer Society and to share love and support with each other. For a complete story, see this week's print or e-edition.

 
Ag community scrambling in wake of June 3 storm PDF E-mail

By all accounts, it’s been a long week for farmers and ag-related businesses in Hamilton County.

The devastating storm that blew through the area June 3 wiped out field after field of corn and soybeans, turned irrigation pivots into twisted piles of steel and damaged or destroyed grain storage bins that may not be able to be repaired or replaced by harvest this fall.

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