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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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CRC runners-up PDF E-mail

The High Plains boys and Giltner girls basketball teams both advanced to the finals of the Crossroads Conference basketball tournament in York, where they lost in the championship game. The Storm lost its first game of the year with a 59-50 setback to Exeter-Milligan. The Lady Hornets lost 52-36 to Shelby/Rising City, the team's second defeat to the Lady Huskies. To view photos of both games and hear interviews with the coaches and players, click on the Sounslide links at right.

 
A changing of the guard at State Farm PDF E-mail

Aurora native Marlin Hadenfeldt officially passed the State Farm agency baton to Dayla Mamot-Sack Friday.

After serving the community for 30 years, Hadenfeldt will be retiring from the insurance business and moving with his wife, Cindy, to Omaha. On the other end of the transition, Mamot-Sack is launching her State Farm career, with plans to relocate her family from Grand Island to Aurora and also expand the agency’s services.

 
Field fire near Hampton PDF E-mail

Aurora and Hampton Fire departments were called to a fire in a cornfield south of Highway 34 just off T Road around 1 p.m. Wednesday. Firefighters successfully put out the flames before it spread across the road into another field.
Those on scene fought the flames for approximately an hour before it was put out.
An estimated 20-30 acres of a field owned by Gail Wert of Aurora were burned during the fire. See this week's print or edition for complete details.

 
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