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Pomp and circumstance PDF E-mail

Find a career that you love.
Be true to yourselves.
Never stop learning.
Be an optimistic person.
Have determined faith.
Surround yourself with good people.
Be civic minded.
Become a positive leader.
Make people around you better.
Understand the power of hope.
That was the message from Aurora Supt. Damon McDonald as 93 seniors awaited the awarding of diplomas Sunday afternoon during Aurora High School’s 126th commencement.

 
Hampton grads turn the tassel PDF E-mail

Hampton High School said good-bye to 14 seniors at a Saturday afternoon commencement ceremony in the gym.

Valedictorian Cole Arnett said he’s been asked countless times if he thought he was ready for this day.

“Can a person ever really be ready?” he asked during his address. “But then I realized, we’ve been preparing for this our whole lives.”

 
Debate begins on who should pay for courthouse repairs PDF E-mail

Now that the slate has been firmly attached to Hamilton County Courthouse roof to prevent a recurrence of falling shingles, the battle has begun over who pays for the repairs.

Hamilton County commissioners believe they hold no responsibility. They have the roof insured, took safety precaution until it was repaired and contacted Midwest Engineering to resolve issues with the slate shingles on the courthouse towers.

 
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