• Aurora hosting state Juniors tourney

    Mitchell Field will be the site of the 2014 state Class B Legion Juniors tournament in Aurora this week. Action begins with a 10 a.m. game Saturday and will conclude with the championship game(s) Wednesday.

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  • Aurora School Board fills AD position

    The Aurora School Board approved a candidate on Monday to fill the open activities director and assistant high school principal positions.

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Commissioners mull security issues in county Courthouse PDF E-mail

A request to move forward with the installation of security cameras and a palm scanner for employee entrance into the Hamilton County Courthouse was tabled by county commissioners Monday to allow the county’s safety committee to look into the possibility of upgrading the building’s panic button system.

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Plainsman fundraiser nets $8,200 PDF E-mail

More than 125 people attended the Plainsman Museum’s annual fundraiser Monday, helping raise an estimated $8,200 to help fund the museum’s north boardwalk project and other exhibit renovations. Board president Lee Stump holds up one of many baskets donated for the auction, with this one from Hamilton Telecommunications featuring a garden hose design.

 
Next stop, districts PDF E-mail

Aurora’s wrestling squad took another step on its run to the postseason Saturday, as the Huskies finished second at the Central Conference meet in Seward.
The Huskies, not rated as a team, finished with 141.5 points. Class C No. 1 Central City won with 150 points, but Aurora finished ahead of Class B No. 10 York (137.5), while No. 4 Seward and Schuyler tied for fourth with 129.

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