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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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  • Vetter confirmed as trade negotiator

    Aurora native Darci Vetter was confirmed last week by the United States Senate to serve as chief agricultural negotiator in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. To read mor... Read More

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Low interest rates have impact on housing market PDF E-mail

It may be the dead of winter, but local realtors are reporting that it’s a hot time to buy a house in the Aurora area, that is if you can find the one you’re looking for.

Low interest rates have created a bit of a hot market across the country, according to widespread reports. Buyers can lock in a 15-year mortgage in the 3.75 percent range, and the rate for a 30-year plan is 4.5 percent or less.

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Faith part of Osborne's foundation PDF E-mail

I had an opportunity to listen to Tom Osborne speak a week ago in Lincoln, talking about his faith and how that impacted how he conducted his life, and how that pertained to when he was head football coach of the Huskers.

I've heard him say some of these things before, yet he shared some extremely interesting insights.

He said he really began to take his faith seriously when he attended a Fellowship of Christian Athletes camp in Estes, Colo., one summer when he was then a member of the Hastings College football team.

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Request on Tooley Park turns into property debate PDF E-mail

River Rats seeks county permission to maintain park.

River Rats Association members want access to the Platte River.

Landowners adjacent to the Platte River would like to stop people from trespassing onto their property.

The two schools of thought don’t necessarily jive, as Hamilton County Commissioners found out Monday morning during their weekly board meeting. To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

 
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