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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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    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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Miracle shot! PDF E-mail

Giltner junior Jacob Findley cuts down the same net which he hit with a dramatic 3-pointer just a few minutes earlier to send the D-2 state championship game into overtime.

The Hornets survived a double-overtime thriller to claim a 52-41 win over No. 1-seeded Howells Saturday at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. Catch the video of Findley's heroic shot on YouTube, the News-Register mobile site or Facebook page, then recap all the game highlights, statistics and reaction in this week's printed edition.

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Dramatic finish PDF E-mail

Aurora stormed back from 13 points down with 4:04 to play Thursday night and had a shot at the buzzer that would have sent the Huskies to overtime with Scottsbluff.

Senior Trey Allen's 3-point attempt hit the rim but would not fall, letting the Bearcats escape with a 62-59 win. Watch the final 19 seconds of the dramatic finish in video on the News-Register's facebook or mobile page and catch complete game details in this week's print or e-edition.

Extension educator resigns PDF E-mail

After five years as Hamilton County Extension educator, Jim Schneider has resigned his position and will re-enter the private industry field in research.

Schneider trained in York County before taking over the Hamilton County position in January of 2007, filling the vacancy created by the retirement of long-time educator Andrew Christiansen.

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