• 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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Robin Estates units going up fast PDF E-mail

Ten new homes are rising quickly in a new low-income housing subdivision in Aurora expected to be ready for tenants by August.
Robin Estates, L.P., located in the southeast quadrant of the city just off 18th and A streets, was slowed by wet, snowy weather during the winter months, but is now making visible progress almost daily.

Aurora Coop expands with purchase of aerial applicators PDF E-mail

The Aurora Cooperative extended its vast, ag-based resources skyward this week with the acquisition of four aerial application businesses.
Sensing an opportunity to better serve its agronomy patrons throughout its multistate trade area, the Aurora-based company purchased Traudt Aerial Service in Aurora, Boardman Aerial Spraying in Henderson, Pioneer Aerial Applicators in Minden and Buffalo Aerial Services in Kearney for an undisclosed sum.

MCHI revamps marketing image with new logo PDF E-mail

The quality of service and health care on the inside of Memorial Community Health’s four facilities didn’t match the look and feel of the marketing image on the outside.

That shared sentiment led CEO Diane Keller and the MCHI board down a strategic planning path which ended with Friday’s debut of a new corporate logo. The distinctive blue and green design was unveiled at a business after hours reception, where Keller described the need for change.

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