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  • Pool to open May 23

    The countdown is on for the debut of Aurora’s new swimming pool, with the first splash now set for May 23 and a grand opening ceremony on the calendar for May 31. For... Read More

  • Easter egg hunt in Hampton

    Easter eggs will be there for the taking Saturday in Hampton.
    The Hampton Community Club and United Lutheran Church are teaming up for the event, which is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, April 19.
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Bids sought on new pool PDF E-mail

The Aurora City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to begin seeking bids for a new pool to be built in Streeter Park.

The new aquatic center is proposed for ground currently occupied by tennis courts west of the existing pool. If council members accept a bid, Aurora’s new facility is expected to be completed May 15, 2014.

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Golfers tee off with win PDF E-mail

The Aurora boys golf team teed off the 2013 season with a win Wednesday, carding the low score in a triangular with Hastings St. Cecilia and Grand Island Northwest at Southern Hills near Hastings.

Senior Ben Grossnicklaus won the meet with a 36, with brother Luke close behind at 39. Cole Ashby posted a 44, Caleb Oswald shot a 45 and Troy McDonald finished the nine-hole loop in 49 strokes. In JV competition, Jordan Honas shot 42, with Blake Scism, Tanner Griffith and Trey Cox all at 47 and Alex Hunt at 49.

Sealing lake bottom to boost recreation PDF E-mail

After 27 years of doing nothing but acting as a rainwater collection site for recharging the aquifer, Pioneer Trails Recreation Area may soon live up to the “recreation” portion of its name.

The Upper Big Blue Natural Resources District board of directors has given its stamp of approval to sealing the lake bottom at the site northeast of Aurora -- a project expected to begin in mid-April at a cost of $236,354.

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