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    Hamilton Manor’s new administrator asked county commissioners Monday for $200,000 to address priority issues at the county-owned facility, noting that the total list of current needs adds up to approximately $800,000.

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NuVal a heathy step in right direction PDF E-mail

With the Heath Challenge finish line almost in sight, Aurorans are nearing the home stretch of the town-wide challenge to get in shape.

The Aurora Mall is just one of many businesses getting in on the action by implementing a new program called NuVal to their products.

According to the NuVal website, NuVal LLC is dedicated to making good nutrition easy by providing comprehensive nutritional information in a single number. The higher the NuVal score, the better the nutrition.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

State medalist PDF E-mail

Aurora senior Luke Grossnicklaus finished his Husky golf career in style Thursday, sinking a birdie putt on the final hole to close with an even-par round of 72. His two-day total of 149 earned landed him in a tie for sixth. Click the soundslides link at right to hear what Grossnicklaus and coach Craig Badura had to say after the tournament, and watch next week's print or e-editions for more details.

Wanek: exercise is the key PDF E-mail

Losing weight can be a challenge. It is no easy feat to drop six pant sizes in a year. Tom Wanek, last year’s Health Challenge winner, has lost 65 more pounds and has gone down those six pant sizes.
“I wore a pant size 42, but I could hardly fit in them,” Wanek said. “I couldn’t wear them up on my waist like I was supposed to but now I’m at a size 36.” For a complete story, see this week's print or e-editions.

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