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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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Aurora defeats Sidney PDF E-mail

The Aurora Huskies improved to 4-0 Friday, overpowering Sidney 41-14 after a slow start on the road. The Big Red led 15-8, then exploded for 26 unanswered points to pull away for the win. Next up is a Homecoming showdown with undefeated Scottsbluff, with both teams coming in ranked in the top 5. See this week's News-Register for details of the Sidney game.

 
Outdoor/indoor pool plan gains some momentum PDF E-mail

A grassroots effort to combine a privately-funded indoor aquatic/recreation center with the city of Aurora’s proposed outdoor aquatic center appears to be gaining momentum in just its second week of existence.

Aquatic Recreation Center (ARC) chairman Robb Nachtigal said group membership has already more than tripled and they are working to gain the endorsement of several key groups in the community, one of those being the Hamilton Recreation Task Force.

"It’s rolling. It’s starting to build," Nachtigal said. " We received interest and willingness from the city to continue to work on this plan.

 
Giltner drops levy, tax asking PDF E-mail

It’s official -- the tax rate and funding request from taxpayers in the Giltner school district will decrease this fiscal year.

Board of Education members unanimously approved the budget, levy and tax request as presented Monday night during its regular meeting.

Giltner will request a total of $1,713,166.65 from taxpayers at a levy of 0.833314. The special building fund remains the same with $60,606.06 asked, with a rate of 0.02948. It represents a decrease of roughly $50,000 in the general fund.

 
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