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

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More seeking concealed weapon permits PDF E-mail

As permits to purchase and sales of firearms continue their upward spike, so too is the number of people wishing to hide a weapon on their person.

Earlier this month, Bruce Swartz of Fairbury taught a handgun training and safety course in Hampton. Certification must be earned in order to apply for the Nebraska State Patrol concealed weapons permit.

 
Alumni tourney champs PDF E-mail

The Class of 2002 won its 10th championship in 12 tries with a weekend sweep through the bracket of the Bill Kropp Alumni Basketball Tournament. Members of the championship 2002 team include, front from left: Brandon Handrup, Brock Wyatt, Cody Hoegh and Ty Burger. Back row: Wade Miller, Alex Israelson, Kyle Schroeder and Ryan Potter. Honorary team captain is the late Luke Jarosik. For a game-by-game summary of the tournament, see this week's print or e-editions.

 
67 teams taking challenge PDF E-mail

As participants weigh in this week for the 2013 Hamilton County Health Challenge, they’ll be given a new online tool to help them reach their goals.
A user-friendly program, offered courtesy of a Kansas City-based health company, Cerner Corporation, will help them track their own personal progress, as well as that of their two-person team.
It will show how each team is doing compared to the rest of the field, in terms of percentage weight loss.
It will provide a tool to receive recipes, exercises, as well as timely tips on how to stay motivated or get back on your game.
And it may even stir the competitive juices with a little trash talk among health-conscience friends. Thirty two-person teams weighed in on Monday, with one more day to step on the scales set for Thursday.

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