• Ice Bucket Challenge

    Hampton students and coaches added their names last week to the list of many area folks accepting the Ice Bucket Challenge. Designed as a way to raise awareness and funds for Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), the Ice Bucket Challenge is also an invitation to get cold and wet on a hot summer day... Read More

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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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100th day of school PDF E-mail

Hampton Elementary students marked the 100th day of school Jan. 22 with some fun and games, as well as a serious contribution to the Hamilton County Food Pantry. Students made colorful hats for the occasion, and participated in a number of activities designed to emphasize  the 100-day milestone.

 
One class, twice the credits PDF E-mail

Area students have found a clear path to get a step ahead in their academic lives, thanks to classes which the students can earn both high school and college credits.

These dual-credit classes pose several obvious advantages to students, as they can meet both high school and college graduation requirements by taking only one course.

For complete story, see the Jan. 30 issue of the Aurora News-Register.

 

 
Aurora to host BRAN riders PDF E-mail

Aurora will be a host town to Bike Riders Across Nebraska on June 6. Aurora Area Chamber and Development is in the planning stage in preparing for the 600-750 bikers to stay in Aurora for one night.

Volunteers are needed to help with this large event that benefits the community by as much as $22,000 in income for Aurora in one night. The biggest challenge is having churches or organizations or eateries to make meals for them and having carpooling accessible for them to utilize to go shop, go to the Plainsman Museum, Explorit Center, library or eating facilities.

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