Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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The St. John’s Lutheran Church in Kronborg near Marquette has been making quilts for those in need for as long as the current members can remember. This year, five hard-working women made a record-... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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Eighteen months after an ad hoc committee recommended that county commissioners build a new long-term care facility in Aurora rather than work to turn the tide at Hamilton Manor, a Waverly-based... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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Bob and Keri Gannon moved into their house last November. They have made “the Newman house”, as it is known throughout the community, their home.  “It is just an amazing house,” Gannon said.... + continue reading
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Fore the past six years, Cal and Sara Strong have given their time and effort to help those in need during Thanksgiving.With their B Strong Ministries Thanksgiving supper held at the fairgrounds... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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Susan Williams has a lot of books. And the best part is that she wants to give them away.When you walk into Susan’s Books and Gifts at 1124 13th Street in Aurora, you see it’s filled wall to wall... + continue reading

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11/19/2014
Eighteen months after an ad hoc committee recommended that county commissioners build a new long-term care facility in Aurora rather than work to turn the tide at Hamilton Manor, a Waverly-based consulting firm is convinced that the existing facility can and should be a profitable entity providing quality care both now and in the future.To read... + continue reading
11/19/2014
The Aurora City Council voted last week to vacate six pieces of property along the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad tracks, a preliminary step in the railroad’s plan to double its mainline corridor through the community.To read more, see this week's print or e-editions. + continue reading

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Aurora senior wrestler Tanner Wonch signed with the Dakota Wesleyan Tigers of the GPAC Tuesday morning in front of a handful friends and family. Wonch, a state qualifier last year as a junior, will compete in the 152-pound division this season after earning a record of 27-17 last year in the 145-pound division. For a more detailed story of the... + continue reading
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The Giltner Lady Hornets ousted the stingy Stuart Broncos Saturday morning at the Devaney Center in a match that went five sets to take the D2 crown for the second straight season over the same opponent. For a detailed story of the match with thoughts from coach Kurt Polt, grab a copy of this week's News-Register on Tuesday and Wednesday. + continue reading
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Young people hoping to make a difference and create real jobs and wealth for themselves and their fellow Americans should look toward progressive communities like Aurora and conservative states like Nebraska, according to the president and CEO of the world’s largest polling organization. For a complete report on Jim Clifton's presentation in... + continue reading

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Aurora senior wrestler Tanner Wonch signed with the Dakota Wesleyan Tigers of the GPAC Tuesday morning in front of a handful friends and family. Wonch, a state qualifier last year as a junior, will... + continue reading

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It starts earlier every year!The deluge of holiday promotions and retail advertising geared toward Christmas shoppers is in full force now, a full five weeks before friends and families begin... + continue reading

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The Hamilton County Corn Growers hybrid test plot, located west of Aurora on Highway 34 on Mike Oswald’s farm, was harvested on Nov. 5. The plot, which was located in the same place as last year,... + continue reading