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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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Looking like a pool PDF E-mail

The giant construction site in Aurora's Streeter Park is now starting to look like a swimming pool. Work crews made lots of progress this week, pouring cement on the pool itself and going vertical with walls on the pool house. The new aquatic center is scheduled to make its opening day splash in May, which is now less than two months away.

 
Runners-up PDF E-mail

High Plains finished a stellar 27-2 season with a runner-up trophy at this year's D-2 boys state basketball tournament. The Storm avenged its only loss of the season in the opening round against Exeter-Milligan, then blew by Spalding/Spalding Academy in the semifinals. High Plains ran into a red-hot Bancroft-Rosalie team in the championship tilt and came up on the short end of a 62-47 final.

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Full city council briefed on Law Enforcement Center PDF E-mail

The concept of expanding the Hamilton County Law Enforcement Center was presented for the first time last week to the full Aurora City Council, which at some point soon will be asked to help fund the estimated $800,000 project.

Sheriff Kirk Handrup outlined the details of the project, noting that the 42-year-old facility was initially designed for eight total employees and now serves more than 30.

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