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Hampton Public Schools opened the book on a new educational chapter last week, connecting teachers with students remotely in response to the growing coronavirus threat. Supt. Holly Herzberg said the... + continue reading
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A father and son team of robotics enthusiasts were giddy with excitement March 7 after watching their prototype invention, the Grain Weevil, scurry across the top of a loaded grain bin, moving corn... + continue reading
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Wednesday, March 25, 2020
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Aurora’s Rhapsody and Impact show choir groups have had quite the season, as told by their many trophies, memories and other accolades earned by the group and individuals over the course of the... + continue reading
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Hampton Village Board members approved a contract last week authorizing plans to have the town’s aging lift station replaced within the next few months. Board chairman James Parsley reported... + continue reading
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Hampton Lutheran was one of the first institutions in Hamilton County to roll out an online-based education format for their students, with individuals picking up their basic supplies and getting to... + continue reading
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03/27/2020
The Central District Health Department reports two positive COVID-19 cases in the Central District (Hall, Hamilton and Merrick counties). More information will be forthcoming as available. "As we continue to address COVID-19 in our community, we remind you of our community goals," said Teresa Anderson, CDHD director. Those goals are... + continue reading
03/25/2020
Businesses large and small are feeling the impact of the spreading coronavirus threat, though three local tech-based companies report positive signs of being able to handle the challenge head on. Hamilton Telecommunications, International Sensor Systems and Fontel are all accustomed to dealing with online viruses of some sort, though the COVID-19... + continue reading

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03/24/2020 - 0 comment(s)
Community members are working to organize a “bear hunt” for the youngest in town, asking for businesses and residents alike to put a stuffed bear or animal in their window for kids to see. This goes along with children’s book “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt,” and provides children an activity while walking or... + continue reading
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03/24/2020 - 0 comment(s)
Father Loras Grell, priest at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Aurora, took to the downtown square for about an hour Sunday afternoon offering prayer amidst the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus threat. “The courthouse is kind of like headquarters for our civil government, so what better place to pray and to be showing spiritual... + continue reading

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03/25/2020 - 0 comment(s)
I know there’s usually not much commentary in these sports previews, but unprecedented times call for unprecedented actions. When my tireless efforts on this spring sports preview began, life... + continue reading

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03/25/2020 - 0 comment(s)
It feels like a bad dream. Time and again these past two weeks I’ve had friends and colleagues say they wish someone would just wake them up already and end this coronavirus nightmare. It... + continue reading

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03/25/2020 - 0 comment(s)
The Governor’s Ag Conference March 10 featured a number of presenters who had important messages to share with Nebraska’s producers and others interested in the state of agriculture in... + continue reading