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  • School has county road concerns

    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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  • Hamilton Manor hires administrator

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

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Sound Field System levels hearing field PDF E-mail

You don’t have to be hearing-impaired to have trouble hearing in a classroom.

If you’re sitting in the back of the class, street noise, hallway noise, a rustling of paper or a cough can lead to cognitive overload -- making it difficult to concentrate and understand what the teacher is saying.

Teachers have battled the problem for decades, often raising their voices to the point of shouting in order to make themselves heard at the back of the room.

Not anymore... at least in Aurora.

 

 

 
Huskies fall in semis PDF E-mail

Aurora's football season came to an end Friday with a 52-13 loss to Norris in the Class B semifinals. Catch an interview with Coach Randy Huebert, senior Ben McQuiston and junior Luke Standage in the Soundslide link at right, and watch for complete game details in this week's News-Register.

 
The votes are in PDF E-mail

With six of eight rural precincts voting by mail and 791 early voter ballots already cast, Hamilton County election workers set an all-time record in the General Election, completing the ballot count at 9:20 p.m.
That far surpassed election commissioner Pat Anderson’s prediction of a 10 p.m. finish, which still would have been a record.
Voter turnout was heavy for the presidential election -- 76 percent (4,900) of the county’s 6,440 registered voters went to the polls or mailed ballots in to the clerk’s office.
Deputy county clerk Donna Driewer estimates an 80 percent turnout in the mail only precincts. A total of 791 early voter ballots were returned out of 839 requested for a 94 percent turnout.

 
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