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  • County’s valuation up 27.3%

    The valuation of property in Hamilton County rose by more than 20 percent for the second consecutive year, with the 2014 total adding up, officially, to $2.82 billion.

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  • Ambulance department gets go ahead

    Mark Kubik, assistant director at Hamilton County Ambulance Services, presented his extensive research on what the county’s options are for a new ambulance.

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Farmers ready to roll PDF E-mail

Hamilton County farmers are behind the eight-ball as they wrap up spring fieldwork -- disking and fertilizing -- in an effort to begin planting their corn crop before the rain falls again later this week.
Hamilton County Extension educator Todd Whitney said most farmers are about ready to break out their planters for the 2013 growing season, although there’s still prep work to be done. For a more complete report, see this week's print or e-edition.

Ferguson, city finalize contract PDF E-mail

The contract between Marlan Ferguson and the City of Aurora was unanimously ratified April 23, clearing the way for Ferguson to begin as the new city administrator.
Though the contract is in place, Ferguson’s first day on the job won’t be until May 20 as he finishes his current duties as president of the Grand Island Area Economic Development Corporation.

County predicted to lose population in 2014 PDF E-mail

If U.S. Census estimates hold true, Hamilton County will lose population in the 2014 census.
According to data released last month, Hamilton County lost 113 residents from April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2012, staying just 11 residents above the 9,000 mark.
The cumulative estimates of resident population change and rankings shows Hamilton County with 9,011 residents, compared to 9,124 on April 1, 2010.

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