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  • School has county road concerns

    Hampton Public Schools superintendent Holly Herzberg spoke to the Hamilton County Board of Commissioner at Monday’s meeting with a deep concern of the condition of the county roads, especially with the school year quickly approaching.

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  • Hamilton Manor hires administrator

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

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Car hits law offices PDF E-mail

Four people were injured Friday afternoon in a freak accident that sent a vehicle through the front wall of the law offices of Michael Powell and Ross Luzum in Aurora’s Central Park Square.

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Finally, it's time to decide PDF E-mail

After months of planning, the 2012 General Election is set to unfold Tuesday, though the selection process has already begun with a surge of early voting.
“We are ready to go and definitely hoping for a large turnout,” said Hamilton County clerk/election commissioner Pat Anderson. “We have had 712 early vote requests so far and people can still request early vote ballots up until election day.”
The deadline for voter registration was Friday, and Anderson said the final totals show that 6,440 Hamilton County residents are eligible to vote this year. Of those, 4,141 are registered as Republicans, 1,411 as Democrats, 875 as non-partisan and 13 as Liberterians.

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Marquette Post Office hours likely to be cut in half PDF E-mail

Marquette postal patrons likely will know this week if the recommended reduction in hours at their village post office will become reality after the holiday season.

An estimated 20 residents attending a public hearing last week where Ed Goforth, manager of Post Office Operations in central Nebraska, shared the results of a recent survey of Marquette customers that indicated 82 percent favored keeping their post office open under reduced hours, as opposed to changing to rural delivery, opening a village post office or traveling to a nearby post office to do business.

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