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  • Board reviews TERC ruling

    County commissioners met briefly Monday to discuss last week’s ruling on Aventine Renewable Energy’s 2010 property tax protest, tabling any action for 30 days to see if Aventine intends to appeal the decision.

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  • Hampton city hall set for demo

    Hampton village leaders voted Monday to proceed as soon as possible with demolition of the downtown city hall structure, though there is uncertainty as to when construction could begin on its replacement.

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Exhibition a showcase for Aurora PDF E-mail

A full lineup of exhibitors, coupled with lines of traffic flowing through all three buildings, made for another successful Hamilton County Home and Garden Show and Outdoor Expo.
Home and Garden Show manager Keith Wasem noted that all three exhibitions, including the annual Health Fair, were full of exhibitors. He said the vendors who come are continually pleased with the event.

 
Hunt signs with UNK PDF E-mail

Aurora senior Alex Hunt signed the dotted line on national signing day to play football at the University of Nebraska-Kearney.
Hunt led the Huskies his senior year with 155 total tackles and was recruited by the Lopers as an outside linebacker.

 
Report: County, state demographics changing PDF E-mail

The 2012 Kids Count in Nebraska report released recently features new data on child welfare and early childhood in the state. The data in the report shows both statewide trends and numbers on each individual county.
Hamilton County’s population decreased by about 150 people to 9,069. The number of children 19 and under dropped by about 170 to 2,487, and those under 5 decreased by nearly 40 to 502.

 
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