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Two ethanol plants on Aurora’s western edge carry a different corporate name and logo as of July 1 after Pacific Ethanol, Inc., completed its planned merger with Aventine Renewable Energy Holdings,... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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It was a meeting seven years in the making.Julia and Eva Yllescas got the chance to meet former President George W. Bush almost seven years after he personally delivered a Purple Heart to their dying... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Seth Luebbe and a mother-daughter team named the Blubber Busters were the big losers in the 7th annual Hamilton County Health Challenge, which made them the big winners in this year’s 100-day weight... + continue reading
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Linda Ross Happy and Morris McCollum were inducted into the Aurora High School Alumni Hall of Fame Saturday.Happy was part of the class of 1965, celebrating their 50th reunion.To read more, see this... + continue reading
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All Bonnie Kucera wanted to do when she moved to Aurora with her husband, Douglas, was meet people.“I knew people from church on Sunday, but that was it,” she said.To read more, see this week's print... + continue reading

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Tabitha representatives from Lincoln attended the Hamilton Manor Board of Trustees and the Hamilton County Board of Commissioner joint meeting June 23 to provide more information about the residential style nursing home.Joyce Ebmeier, who has been with Tabitha for 35 years in a number of capacities, is currently the vice president of strategic... + continue reading
07/01/2015
It’s that time of year again. Barbecues, outdoor games and fireworks.The Fourth of July is just around the corner, popping up on Saturday.Communities in Hamilton County are celebrating Independence Day with various activities for people of all ages.To read more, see this week's print or e-editions. + continue reading

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The crowds were big, the weather was picture perfect and the smiles were everywhere.The 26th version of A’ROR’N Days boosted the population in Aurora over a four-day span with events and gatherings scattered throughout the community. From the explosion of activity around the square Saturday to alumni gatherings and Family Fun Night, there was... + continue reading
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A'ROR'N Days weekend kicked off last night with family night. Numerous games, activities and entertainment were available for families on the square and courthouse parking lot. Happy D Klown made an appearance and put on a magic show for all ages. The night ended with an outdoor movie on the courthouse lawn. + continue reading
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As with most things in science, it all starts with an idea.The same goes for Adam Hahn. After a casual conversation with Mary Molliconi, executive director of the Edgerton Explorit Center, a spark led to what is now a fully functional exhibit.To read more, see this week's print or e-editions. + continue reading

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It was a beautiful day to take flight.That’s exactly what pole vault enthusiasts did in front of the courthouse on Saturday at A’ROR’N Days. Folks came from all around to take their best shot at the... + continue reading

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For those who long for the days of yore, your days may be just around the corner particularly if you live in Nebraska.According to a couple of news reports modern technology is being replaced with of... + continue reading

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A subsurface drip irrigation (SDI) system is nothing new to producers in the area. Eco-Drip, a SDI company out of Hastings, held a field day near Chapman Thursday to help explain, demonstrate and... + continue reading