• Ice Bucket Challenge

    Hampton students and coaches added their names last week to the list of many area folks accepting the Ice Bucket Challenge. Designed as a way to raise awareness and funds for Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), the Ice Bucket Challenge is also an invitation to get cold and wet on a hot summer day... Read More

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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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Random acts of kindness echo true meaning of Christmas PDF E-mail

Four young Aurora girls are trying hard to instill the true meaning of Christmas in friends, neighbors and even strangers -- living out their faith by doing good deeds.

They’re known as Emma, Sophie, Ruby and Greta -- they don’t want their last names used because it’s not about them, they said, it’s about finding a way to make a difference in someone’s life at such a blessed time of year.

They’re doing it by living out their faith doing good deeds. In their case, it’s random acts of kindness.

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Swearing in PDF E-mail

Three new members of the Aurora City Council were sworn in to office Tuesday after winning their respective elections in November. City attorney Ross Luzum, left, gives the oath of office to, from left, Wayne Roblee, Dave Long and Kelly Grossnicklaus. Long was later elected as president of the city council.

 
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.

 
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