• Ice Bucket Challenge

    Hampton students and coaches added their names last week to the list of many area folks accepting the Ice Bucket Challenge. Designed as a way to raise awareness and funds for Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), the Ice Bucket Challenge is also an invitation to get cold and wet on a hot summer day... Read More

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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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Huskies fall to Bison PDF E-mail

Aurora and McCook renewed their postseason rivalry Friday, and the Bison got the win in this one, edging the Huskies 24-15. Click the soundslide feature at right to view game photos and hear interviews with coach Huebert and seniors Brock Reichardt and Eli Bricker.

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8-man update PDF E-mail

Area 8-man teams went 1-1 in the second round of the playoffs Wednesday.
Giltner never trailed in knocking off then-unbeaten Nebraska Lutheran 44-12. It sets up a quarterfinal showdown at 3 p.m. Tuesday between the Hornets and Wynot, rated second and third in Class D2.
High Plains saw its season come to an end in a hard-fought 24-6 battle against D1 top-rated Exeter-Milligan. The Storm ends the year with an 8-2 record.

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Neighbors helping neighbors PDF E-mail

They came to help a friend in need.
Not long after word spread Saturday about the tragic death of Lauren Akerson, friends and neighbors began planning a harvest bee to help her husband, Steve. A small army of volunteers showed up Sunday for what was planned as the first of two work days, but by Sunday night all 560 acres of standing corn had been picked and trucked to nearby elevators in Murphy, Marquette and Aurora.

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