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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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Bogged down in litigation PDF E-mail

A federal district judge denied Aventine Renewable Energy Holding’s request for a temporary restraining order Thursday, the latest development in a complex series of lawsuits involving the Aurora Cooperative.

Health Challenge kicks off with Monday weigh-ins PDF E-mail

Weigh-ins for this year’s Hamilton County Health Challenge begin Monday at Memorial Community Health Inc. Physical Therapy Clinic at 5th and O Street in Aurora.

The winning two-person team will receive $500 during an A’ROR’N Days finale, with $300 going for second and $200 for third. A $100 prize will also be awarded to the team with the most creative name.

Nebraska’s ag producers deserve thanks PDF E-mail

by Laurie Pfeifer

What do a Baptist minister, an Omaha lawyer running for Nebraska attorney general, a corn grower from Meadow Grove, newspaper editor, a Nebraska Ethanol Board administrator and a UNL assistant professor of biological systems engineering have in common?

That sounds like the opening line to a joke, but it’s not.

On the surface, it wouldn’t appear those six people have much in common other than the fact they all live in Nebraska and are most likely Husker fans.

But as the conversation progressed around the table at the noon luncheon during the 26th annual Governor’s Ag Conference in Kearney last week, one other commonality surfaced -- a shared interest in agriculture.

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