Monday, May 20, 2019
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Friday was a happy day for many students celebrating the final day of school, but it was an emotional day as well in Hampton where Supt. Holly Herzberg (left) thanked Sharon Klute for her many years... + continue reading
Monday, May 20, 2019
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Gold and white confetti popped and fluttered through big smiles, ominous skies and dripping rain. The Lady Hornets were on top yet again.  The Giltner girls won a fifth consecutive Class D... + continue reading
Friday, May 17, 2019
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Vatican International Exhibition “Eucharistic Miracles of the World” will be free to view at St. Mary Parish in Aurora from Saturday, May 18 to Sunday May 26 at the Parish Hall at 1420... + continue reading
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
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In the last of the area graduation ceremonies, Aurora High School seniors gathered together all in the same place one final time to walk through the past four to 13 years of memories, lessons and... + continue reading
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
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During a student’s senior year they can expect their picture to be taken a lot, but High Plains senior Hannah Tonniges has decided to put herself on the other side of the camera. Through the... + continue reading

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05/14/2019
Sara Sutherland and Justise Rhoden, on behalf of the Aurora Chamber of Commerce, approached the Hamilton County Board of Commissioners Monday with a special request. Sutherland wanted to expand the area approved to house alcoholic beverages during upcoming Bands on the Bricks concerts planned for this summer. Full story in this week's ANR... + continue reading
05/14/2019
The Hampton School Board began discussions on future plans for the high school football program and adopted a new K-8 science curriculum during Monday’s monthly meeting. During his monthly administrative report, principal and athletic director Tim Huls urged the board to begin thinking about and having discussions on the decision due to the... + continue reading

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Memorial Hospital Auxiliary volunteers are so good, and dedicated, at processing donated clothing for resale that on Monday they were turning dirt for a project to provide additional, much-needed space at the 12th Street Thrift Shop. A large crowd gathered for a brief ceremony on a sunny Monday morning, where Memorial Hospital CEO Diane Keller... + continue reading
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The competition was fierce at the B-3 district golf meet. How tough?  Aurora's Ethan Shaw fired an 18-hole score of 77 at Jackrabbit Run in Grand Island and missed out on qualifying for state.  Shaw led the Huskies to a 341 team score, finishing 6th in the team race. Adams Central won B-3 with a score of 300 while York and... + continue reading
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Sharon Klute is the face, and the voice, of Hampton Public Schools -- and she likes it that way. A detail-oriented person who can juggle several tasks at a time, Klute is the one who answers the phone, greets guests, attends to sick kiddos and watches through her front office window as a steady stream of students pass by all day, every day school... + continue reading

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Gold and white confetti popped and fluttered through big smiles, ominous skies and dripping rain. The Lady Hornets were on top yet again.  The Giltner girls won a fifth consecutive Class D... + continue reading

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It’s time for a little spring cleaning and clearing off my desk. The paper clutter has resulted in a stack of notes with a lot of trivia that seems to have little value. Following are the... + continue reading

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Luke Jacobsen’s family has been in the cattle business for more than 120 years, all the while remaining in or close to Hamilton County. Though a small veer in tradition, he created Range West... + continue reading