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    Hampton Public Schools superintendent Holly Herzberg spoke to the Hamilton County Board of Commissioner at Monday’s meeting with a deep concern of the condition of the county roads, especially with the school year quickly approaching.

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    Sharon Colling has been hired on as the new administrator of the Hamilton County Manor.

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Sealing lake bottom to boost recreation PDF E-mail

After 27 years of doing nothing but acting as a rainwater collection site for recharging the aquifer, Pioneer Trails Recreation Area may soon live up to the “recreation” portion of its name.

The Upper Big Blue Natural Resources District board of directors has given its stamp of approval to sealing the lake bottom at the site northeast of Aurora -- a project expected to begin in mid-April at a cost of $236,354.

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4R exit report: ‘We think you rock’ PDF E-mail

After two days of fact-finding, observing classrooms and interviewing administrators, teachers, current and former students, school board members and patrons, a six-member external review team concluded there were a lot good things going on within the Aurora District 4R Schools.

In fact, team chairman Barb Friesth, from ESU 7 in Columbus, told those gathered to hear the exit report, “We think you rock!”

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Tornado warnings to feature new verbage PDF E-mail

The National Weather Service forecasting office in Hastings is piloting a new warning terminology system for the upcoming tornado season, designed to clearly identify the effects of severe storms.

Lead forecaster Jeremy Wesely told those attending a severe weather awareness presentation last week in Aurora that the words and phrases in the new warnings are designed to better alert the public of the oncoming storm and the danger it presents.

 
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