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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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Food pantry doubles donation goal PDF E-mail

The Hamilton County Food Pantry held its 10th annual Can Care-a-Van food drive on June 3 with Channels 10/11 news.

The food pantry’s goal was 10,000 pounds of donated food. Each dollar of a monetary donation was counted as two pounds of food.

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Storm damage in Hampton PDF E-mail

High winds and large hail caused major damage northeast of Hampton on Tuesday night. Residents spent Wednesday evaluating the damage and picking up pieces of their homes from their property. More details and photos will be in the June 11 print edition.

Aventine marks milestone PDF E-mail

Aventine Renewable Energy passed a major milestone last week, announcing its first railcar shipment of ethanol produced at the new Aurora West ethanol plant.
Company officials celebrated the occasion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, while also delivering a clear message to the community regarding an aggressive go-forward strategy to begin using corn as a feedstock at both plants by later this summer. All of the 3.1 million gallons produced since a February start-up have been made with sugar. For a detailed report, see this week's print or e-editions.

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