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  • Board reviews TERC ruling

    County commissioners met briefly Monday to discuss last week’s ruling on Aventine Renewable Energy’s 2010 property tax protest, tabling any action for 30 days to see if Aventine intends to appeal the decision.

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  • Hampton city hall set for demo

    Hampton village leaders voted Monday to proceed as soon as possible with demolition of the downtown city hall structure, though there is uncertainty as to when construction could begin on its replacement.

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Going mobile not as easy as it seems PDF E-mail

Dear readers,
“Get in the game. Go mobile!”
That was the News-Register’s slogan a little more than a year ago as we set sail on a whole new venture into the mobile realm. With the aid and support of the Nebraska Press Association and a third-party vendor from Wisconsin, we planted our flag on a new frontier, launching a mobile website of our very own.

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Coop building taking shape PDF E-mail

The new corporate headquarters for the Aurora Cooperative is starting to take shape now on the grounds of The Leadership Center in Aurora. Construction on the 30,000 sq. ft. facility began last fall and is scheduled for completion in November. The new structure will help consolidate the company’s corporate offices, which are now located in six different sites.

 
Senior center funding glitch discovered PDF E-mail

Hamilton County and City of Aurora officials have been scratching their heads, wondering how the Frank M. Farr Senior Center is operating in the red, since the two entities give a combined $57,000 to the center (funneled through Midland Area Agency on Aging) -- an amount matched by federal funds.
Well, they’re scratching their heads no more.

 
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