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  • County’s valuation up 27.3%

    The valuation of property in Hamilton County rose by more than 20 percent for the second consecutive year, with the 2014 total adding up, officially, to $2.82 billion.

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  • Ambulance department gets go ahead

    Mark Kubik, assistant director at Hamilton County Ambulance Services, presented his extensive research on what the county’s options are for a new ambulance.

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Harvest of Harmony PDF E-mail

High school marching bands from Aurora, Giltner, Hampton and High Plains were among those participating at this year's Harvest of Harmony parade on Saturday morning. For more information and pictures, see next week's print or e-editions.

 
Autopsy performed PDF E-mail

The Hamilton County Attorney’s office has released the identity of the individual who died in Aurora on Tuesday as 59-year-old Debra H. Miller of 1003 M St.
Miller was found unresponsive in her home on Tuesday and rescue personnel responding to the scene determined that she had passed away sometime that morning.  An autopsy has been performed and the matter is not being treated as a homicide at this time, pending the outcome of toxicology results. Those results will not be available for some time.
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(ARC) says public input critical at Monday meeting PDF E-mail

The Aquatic and Recreation Center (ARC) Committee will hold a public meeting Monday at 7 p.m. at The Leadership Center in Aurora to gather community input on a proposed indoor pool and recreation facility to connect to the city’s planned outdoor aquatic center.

Commitee chairman Robb Nachtigal said while ARC has been gaining support throughout the community, committee members feel strongly that in order to continue to move forward, they need to hear the voice of those in the community to determine how best to move forward.

"We’ve done the due diligence work we felt was necessary in putting a concept together," Nachtigal said. "Now we’re at the point where we need to hear the wishes of the community and what they’re willing to support."

 

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