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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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  • Ambulance department gets go ahead

    Mark Kubik, assistant director at Hamilton County Ambulance Services, presented his extensive research on what the county’s options are for a new ambulance.

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Robots to invade Aurora PDF E-mail

The invasion will arrive Saturday in Aurora -- 24 robots, 100 competitors and 102 bean bags.

Bean bags?

Yes, bean bags. And it’s all part of an ingenious competition spurred by technology and teamwork with advancement opportunities to the national and world levels of competition in robotics. The competition runs from 8 a.m. to 5  p.m. Saturday and is open to the public at no charge.

 
Longtime Hampton volunteer recognized at dedication PDF E-mail

For roughly 40 years, Dale Young could be found throughout Hampton Public School.

While he was known for lending his support for the district in any way he could, Young’s most recognizable contribution came from behind the desk as he kept score and statistics for football and basketball games.

So after Young passed away in late 2012 and his family wanted to donate some memorial funds to the school, Hampton Supt. Holly Herzberg knew immediately how the funds would be used.

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Fox ends his county service with no regrets PDF E-mail

Larry Fox and Clarence Trumble closed out a combined 12 years of public service at the end of the year, vacating their seats on the Hamilton County Board of Commissioners.

Fox served as commissioner for District 3 for eight years before choosing not to run for re-election in the 2012 primary election. Trumble served as District 4 commissioner for four years before being defeated by Gregg Kremer in the 2012 primary election.

Looking back, Fox said he had no agenda when he first threw his name in the hat for the position back in 2003, just a desire to make a difference.

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