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Bluestem Energy Solutions opened the doors to one of three wind turbines at a project in Fairmont Tuesday, inviting Hamilton County residents in to see and tour the facility as well as ask questions... + continue reading
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Danica Badura knew for quite some time where she was playing her collegiate golf. Wednesday afternoon, she finally got to make it official.  The senior Husky and 2019 Class B champion signed... + continue reading
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Kinsey McClain didn't waste much time putting pen to paper.  The Aurora senior signed her letter of intent Wednesday to continue her academic and softball career at Northeast Community... + continue reading
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For the second time in as many weeks, the Osceola-High Plains Stormdogs faced a two-possession deficit it was able to bounce back from.  OHP trailed top-seeded and previously unbeaten Howells... + continue reading
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11/13/2019
A controversial wind energy proposal will be back on the agenda Nov. 19 when county planners meet at the fairgrounds. Bluestem Energy Solution’s request to build four commercial wind turbines a mile south of Interstate 80 drew considerable reaction Oct. 15 at a public hearing hosted by the Hamilton County Joint Planning Commission. After... + continue reading
11/12/2019
Following an executive session to discuss the superintendent contract at Giltner’s regular monthly school board meeting Nov. 11, Supt. and 7-12 principal Stuart Lenz turned in a letter of resignation to the board. Lenz will complete the 2019-20 school year and effectively leave his position in June. Lenz gave no reason for his resignation... + continue reading

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Three members of the Aurora community were honored as esteemed guests during Aurora High School’s Veteran’s Day program. Those men, Ramer Fassnacht, Ron Paider and Stan Wilshusen, were each presented their very own Quilt of Valor by Nimble Thimble Quilt Guild representative Jeanette Friesen, surrounded by community members, friends and... + continue reading
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“Veterans Day is set aside to thank and honor all the veterans who served honorably in the forces,” Ron Paider, American Legion Commander, began, introducing a large crowd of community members to what would be the 2019 Aurora High School Veteran’s Day program. “In fact veterans day is largely intended to thank living... + continue reading
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Students, friends and families gathered at the Giltner High School gym Nov. 6 to honor and celebrate community veterans. As people arrived, they were greeted by the pre-school students who handed out American flags and Red Poppies to veterans. “We are honored to host this event,” Supt. Stuart Lenz began. “This is the third year... + continue reading

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I should have known this was coming and been better prepared.  My wonderful wife Justise has, since the day I met her, longed for the day she could own her first dog. As for me, I have enough... + continue reading

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Wind opponents raising phony arguments Dear Editor: It is disappointing how many false arguments are being used to oppose a wind turbine energy generation facility in the county. A letter was... + continue reading

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Harvest is winding its way to a close in Hamilton County, despite a rocky start and a few other minor weather events providing obstacles along the way. For the most part, according to area farmers,... + continue reading