• 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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Building permit totals nearly double in 2009 PDF E-mail

Despite a nationwide recession, construction activity in Aurora nearly doubled during 2009, sparked by a late surge of new home construction.

Little Acres Daycare to open soon PDF E-mail

by James Hanson

Jena Lomasney of rural Aurora felt like she wasn’t getting to spend enough time at home with her children, yet also knew she wanted and needed to help support the family.

The solution: open a new at-home daycare center which will help her achieve both goals. Thus Little Acres Daycare will open for business at 1109 Hwy 34, west of Aurora, on Jan. 4.

Aurora misses cut in HHS call center site selection PDF E-mail

by Kurt Johnson

 State officials announced Friday that Aurora is not among the future locations of the Department of Health and Human Services’ four new customer service centers.

Though the community survived several rounds of preliminary cuts in the past year and was listed as a finalist, state officials gave the nod to Lexington, Scottsbluff, Lincoln and Fremont. The Lexington assistance center will include 50 employees, while the Scottsbluff and Lincoln projects will employee 100 each. Fremont was the big winner, with a facility expected to employ 150 people.

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