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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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Drought worsens PDF E-mail

In Hamilton County, where the vast majority of cropland is under pivot or gravity irrigation, there are pockets of producers who still farm the land relying solely on the moisture Mother Nature sends their way.

Right next door to dark green, healthy fields of corn that stand much taller than any farmer, are pivot corners and fields of stunted, brown cornstalks with ears that likely won’t fully develop.

Such is life in Nebraska, in the middle of a drought.

Even those dark green, healthy-looking fields are deceiving. Make no mistake, there’s a drought in Nebraska and if it weren’t for the massive Ogallala Aquifer all crops would be suffering mightily.

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Juniors win league title PDF E-mail

For the third time in four seasons, the Aurora Legion Juniors are Mid-Nebraska Baseball League champions, thanks to a win Sunday night against Cozad at Mitchell Field.

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New turf going in PDF E-mail

The new artificial turf Aurora football field is starting to take shape, five yards at a time. Crew members from a South Carolina installation company, as well as a few local hired hands, are unrolling, positioning and sewing the strips into place in a process expected to take four days. The addition of the numbers, hashmarks and end zone lettering has been delayed as of Tuesday since some of the material has not yet arrived. For a detailed story on the installation process, see this week's News-Register.

 
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