• 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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ADC targeting transportation for Hwy 14 site PDF E-mail

A 151-acre parcel on the southern edge of Aurora which was initially targeted as a potential data center site will soon be marketed as a prime location for transportation logistics and distribution center prospects as well.

Construction begins on Cottage Park complex PDF E-mail

As construction work begins on a new 14-unit senior housing complex in Aurora, the project developer is already making plans to launch phase two of the Matson Street housing development.

Dana Point Development Corporation has begun construction on Cottage Park, a project scheduled for fall completion. Crews were busy installing water and sewer infrastructure last week and have made visible progress.

Marquette man killed in G.I. motorcycle crash PDF E-mail

Rodney Beckman, 51, of Marquette, was killed Sunday when his 2006 Harley-Davidson motorcycle collided with a four-door 2012 Chrysler sedan in Grand Island.

Hall County Sheriff’s Department responded to the fatal accident at 4:10 p.m. on East Highway 30. The accident was still under investigation on Monday, according to a Hall County Sheriff’s spokesman.

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