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Postseason update PDF E-mail

Three area boys basketball teams advanced in subdistrict action Thursday, while the Aurora girls ended their season with a loss in B-5 District action.

Giltner won 66-46 over Heartland Lutheran; Hampton won 54-43 over Meridian; and High Plains defeated  Fullerton 53-34. The Lady Huskies fell 60-28 to No. 7-rated Holdrege, ending the season with a 9-14 record. Watch the News-Register for more game details.

 
State champ, again! PDF E-mail

Garret Johns will forever remember Saturday. The 285-pound senior became just the third Aurora wrestler in school history to win back-to-back state titles with a 4-1 decision in the championship match over Chase Sherman of Crete. For complete state wrestling coverage, see this week's print or e-edition.

 
State climatologist: Current dryness a concern PDF E-mail

Yes, it has been dry for most of this winter, and coupled with virtually no snow cover, one climate expert discussed what could be an alarming trend.

Nebraska state climatologist Al Dutcher spoke Jan. 19 at Ag Day about the current dryness pattern.

"If this was the growing season, we might see some yield reduction. But I guess if we’re going to have a drought, now would be the time to have it. Hopefully, we’ll recover," he stated. "My guess is we won’t see any initial ag problems in late April or early May. After that, when the heat goes up, we might see some problems."

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