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    Sharon Colling has been hired on as the new administrator of the Hamilton County Manor.

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Grossnicklaus wins seat on Aurora City Council PDF E-mail

The Aurora City Council will be appointing two new members, one as a result of the only contested race on Election Day.
Kelly Grossnicklaus earned just under 61 percent of the vote to defeat incumbent Paul Shaneyfelt as a Ward 2 representative. Grossnicklaus tallied 352 votes compared to 226 for Shaneyfelt.
In unopposed races, Dave Long (Ward 3) and Wayne Roblee (Ward 1) will join Grossnicklaus on the council. Roblee switched wards due to a change of residence, while Long takes the seat previously occupied by Roblee.

 
Church project, housing, Love’s remodel boost month's building permits PDF E-mail

The largest single construction project of the year and a surge of five new single-family dwellings added up to more than $2.2 million worth of building permits during October, nearly doubling the year-to-date tally.

St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Aurora has been planning to expand and remodel its parish for months, and officially started the wheels in motion by filing a building permit listed at more than $1.1 million. Utility work has already begun on the project. Also worth noting on this month’s report are permits for five new homes, all valued at between $125,000 and $300,000. That nearly doubles the number of new homes in 2012 from 6 to 11. The 10-month tally for homes stood at six last year and 10 in 2010.

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Huskies win thriller PDF E-mail

Aurora shocked No. 1 Beatrice Friday with a 27-19 win over the Orangemen on their new home turf. The win puts the Huskies in a semifinal showdown Friday at home against Norris. Listen in to post-game interviews in the Soundslide feature (see link at right), and for complete game coverage see this week's News-Register print or e-editions.

 
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