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Wed
08
Oct

Lyon, Hinrichs Giltner royalty

Kelbie Lyon and Ben Hinrichs were crowned homecoming king and queen at last Friday's football game.

Sat
04
Oct

Husky marching band receives high honors in Harvest of Harmony competition

The early morning bus trip and the cold weather was worth it as the Aurora Husky marching band received a superior rating in Saturday's Harvest of Harmony field competition. The band also received second place in Class B in the parade competition. The Huskies Aly Faber was named the 2014 Miss Harvest of Harmony and Miss Congeniality at the pageant held on Friday night. Watch this week's edition for a detailed story and more photos.

Wed
01
Oct

City reviews plans for Hwy 34 entrance

Construction is expected to begin this week on the road entrance off of Highway 34 into the new Matson West Subdivision on the city’s western edge.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

Wed
01
Oct

Keno begins in Marquette

Keno has arrived in Marquette.


The Don’t Care Bar and Grill in Marquette got its keno equipment installed recently, and started taking numbers and money Sept. 22.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.
 

Wed
01
Oct

Nylander sells Padget Business Services

A 25-year Aurora business will change hands this week with the sale of Padgett Business Services from Jay Nylander to Rich Ballas.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

Wed
01
Oct

Hwy 14 repair work to begin Monday

Highway 14 north of Aurora will become a road under repair as of next week, with work scheduled to begin Oct. 6 on a quarter-mile improvement project funded almost entirely by the state.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

Wed
01
Oct

Commissioners name Kubik interim director

The Hamilton County Board of Commissioners appointed Mark Kubik Monday as interim director of the ambulance department.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

Wed
01
Oct

Bish car show draws a crowd Sunday

The weather was perfect Sunday for classic car enthusiasts to share their love for automobiles at the annual Harv’s Classic Car Show in Aurora.

Launched six years ago as a way for founder Harv Bish to thank the many volunteers who helped him rebuild a building damaged in the 2008 tornado, the event is designed to bring people together for a fun afternoon.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

Wed
17
Sep

Aurora, Adams Central share battle against pediatric cancer

Aurora and Adams Central fans shared a common bond Friday that had nothing to do with football and everything to do with the life and death struggle against pediatric cancer.

To read more, see this week's print edition, or click on the link to read the free e-edition.

Wed
17
Sep

General Election planned for Nov. 4

Even though Nov, 4 is still a month and a half away, it is time to start talking and thinking elections.

The ballot will include candidates for the state elections like the Senate, Congress and governor, as well as a number of county level races.

To read more, see this week's print edition, or click on the link to read the free e-edition.

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