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A link to JFK PDF E-mail

Former Nebraska state senator and Aurora mayor Hans Jensen developed a close tie with John F. Kennedy during the 1960 election. Jensen served as chairman of the Citizens for Kennedy campaign in Nebraska, and was later invited to go to Washington with his wife, Helen, to join President Kennedy and the first lady in the president's box at the inauguration gala. Jensen and Kennedy are shown together here in a 1960 photograph.

Dixon just keeps going and going and going PDF E-mail

“You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have.”

That’s more than a catchy motto for freshman Hailey Dixon. It’s the painful life lesson the Aurora teenager was forced to learn at a very young age while fighting a rare neurovascular disease that made her hurt from head to toe. She knows her condition by name now -- Reflex Neurovascular Dystrophy (RND) -- but as a seventh grader all she knew was that she was in pain, nearly all day, every day.

An anchor on the O-line PDF E-mail

Aurora graduate Andrew Rodriquez, shown at right celebrating after a Tommy Armstrong TD pass to Sam Burtch, is in the stretch run of his Husker football career with two regular season battles and a bowl game left to play. Click the Soundslide link at right to see photos from the Michigan State game and hear what big No. 63 had to say after Saturday’s disappointing loss.

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