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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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Flu taking toll at care centers, area schools PDF E-mail

Influenza continues to impact attendance at Hamilton County schools and limit visitors at Memorial Hospital long-term care facilities, even as administrators take precautions to prevent further spread of the flu.

Since the flu season began, nearly 130 cased of Influenza A and B have been confirmed at Memorial Health Clinic.

 
Melcher adds public works director to title PDF E-mail

Rick Melcher, who has been the City of Aurora’s water and sewer superintendent since 1998, has been appointed as the city’s public works director effective Feb. 1.

 
Youth hoops galore PDF E-mail

Hundreds of basketball players and fans gathered in Aurora Sunday for phase one of a two-part youth basketball tournament. It was the girls turn Sunday, as approximately 40 teams competed at the PAC, Bremer Center and Aurora Public Schools gymnasiums. Pictured here, volunteer coach Damon McDonald gives tips to his Aurora 6th grade team. Team winners at the various grade levels include: 4th grade, NE Lasers of Lincoln; 5th grade, HSM Hawks of Hastings; 6th grade, NE Force of Lincoln; 7th grade, Lincoln Twisters; 8th grade, Elkhorn.

The action will pick up again Sunday, when the same venues will host 40 boys teams.

 
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