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  • Hampton principal resigns

    The Hampton Public School Board approved the hiring of four new teachers last week while also accepting the resignation of four staff members, including high school principal/athletic director Kyle Gunderson.

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  • Dubas reflects on final day on the floor

    The final week of this year’s 60-day legislative session was a long, tiring and emotional run for Dist. 34 Sen. Annette Dubas, one of 17 lawmakers being term-limited out of office at the end of the year.

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Do-it-yourselfers PDF E-mail

Roger and Bonnie Bamesberger have enjoyed several do-it-yourself renovation projects over the years and recently completed two makeovers in Hampton. One involved the former First National Bank building, and the other a residence.
Learn more about their projects in a special fall home improvement section featured in this week’s News-Register.

 
Aurora city sales tax to expire Monday PDF E-mail

After this weekend, area retailers will have to make a change.

Aurora will no longer collect a 1 percent local option sales tax after more than 77 percent of voters decided against renewing the tax in the May primary election.

It means vendors who collected the extra tax will no longer have to do so, dropping the tax collected locally back to the 5.5 state sales tax.

 
County learns of survey data loss PDF E-mail

Deliberate damage or power outage?

Whatever the cause, the server that contains all of Hamilton County’s GIS, city, villages and Homeland Security information has been compromised and the cost to the county could have been staggering.

While it was feared the cost to recover data from a corrupt hard drive, an internal backup and an external backup for the server in the surveyor’s office could total upwards of $100,000, it may end up costing the county a tenth of that amount.

That was good news for the county, but it came with a dose of bad news when Hamilton County surveyor Duane Katt told commissioners he believes someone entered his office at least twice after hours, breached the passwords and removed files before corrupting the hard drive and backups.

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