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  • Manor seeks $200,000

    Hamilton Manor’s new administrator asked county commissioners Monday for $200,000 to address priority issues at the county-owned facility, noting that the total list of current needs adds up to approximately $800,000.

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  • AACD requests $9,665

    The Aurora Area Chamber & Development Corp. requested $9,665 from city leaders last week in the second year of a sustainable funding model designed to garner support for economic development efforts from the three largest local taxing entities.

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Statewide initiative focused on business innovation, technology PDF E-mail

How does a Nebraska business stay ahead of the technology curve and remain flush with new ideas while providing clients with their desired goods or services?

Does a business need to set up accounts with social media services? What about selling online? Better yet, what does the customer want?

Questions like that surfaced last week in Kearney thanks to a new "Forging Nebraska’s Future" initiative from the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce.

Gary Warren, president of Hamilton Services Corporation, a subsidiary of Hamilton Telecommunications, was a moderator for two of the day’s panel discussions and was thrilled with the event.

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Center debuts new gym floor PDF E-mail

An old friend will open its doors Sunday to showcase a new gym floor.

The Bremer Center has been a hub of activity since it first opened in 1979, hosting countless meetings, as well as athletic leagues, early-morning walkers and a variety of other events. The facility’s board of directors decided last year, however, that the original tile floor on the basketball court needed to go.

Thomas attributes company’s 30-year growth to community PDF E-mail

Carol Thomas and her late husband John moved frequently in the early years of their marriage, and every time they did Carol’s job was to stay behind with the children and sell the house.

And so she did, every two years or so, closing the deal on her own in Grand Island, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Georgia. Though not necessarily by design, she discovered that she enjoyed selling houses, paving the way for what has become a successful career of owning her own real estate company.

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