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

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A second BNSF line PDF E-mail

A second line of railroad tracks is now being utilized on the south edge of Phillips as a Burlington Northern Santa Fe expansion project nears its final phase.
BNSF began building a second line of tracks between Phillips and Grand Island just over a year ago and is now substantially finished, according to BNSF spokesperson Andy Williams. See this week's print or e-edition for details.

 
Remembering Pearl Harbor PDF E-mail

A Pearl Harbor remembrance program Friday at Aurora High School was the perfect backdrop for the Make A-Wish-Foundation to grant sophomore Matt Oswald’s wish to tour Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial in Hawaii.

A history buff, it’s been Matt’s wish ever since he returned from a family vacation to Hawaii three years ago, disappointed that his efforts to visit Pearl Harbor failed because the site was undergoing renovation work at the time.

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Abandoned vehicles, houses to be targeted by Phillips board PDF E-mail

Concern with the appearance of a maintenance building in Phillips launched a broader conversation last week about how village leaders are dealing with abandoned vehicles and buildings.

Former village attorney Dorothy Benton, a native of Phillips who has lived in the community for the past 10 years, began by questioning the board about its plans to cover up the windows of the maintenance building rather than install new windows.

 
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