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The Aurora News-Register earned recognition last weekend at the Nebraska Press Association convention in Kearney, receiving the Omaha World-Herald’s Community Service Award as well as best in class... + continue reading
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Top students from Aurora, Hampton, Giltner and High Plains schools will be recognized in a special supplement in this Aurora News-Register. + continue reading
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The future is looking up for the Central Nebraska Regional Airport in Grand Island, where explosive growth in the number of passengers flying in and out each day led to construction of a new $14... + continue reading
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One of Hamilton County’s most iconic and historic buildings is closing in on returning to its glory days.After nearly two years, St. John’s Lutheran Church in Kronborg is finally seeing its historic... + continue reading

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The Aurora city dump is open Friday afternoon and will be open through the weekend unless more rain falls. The city's annual clean-up week has therefore been extended to Friday, May 6, at 7 p.m. + continue reading
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U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) announced this week that her staff will be holding local office hours in Clay and Hamilton counties on Wednesday, May 11.These office hours serve as a convenient opportunity for constituents to meet personally with Sen. Fischer’s staff to receive help with casework and other issues at the federal level. Julie... + continue reading

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One of Hamilton County’s most iconic and historic buildings is closing in on returning to its glory days.After nearly two years, St. John’s Lutheran Church in Kronborg is finally seeing its historic beauty return to what it once was.Read more in this week's print or e-editions. + continue reading
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It can be tough for anybody to leave a profession after dozens of years in the trade, especially if you have tried, as Dan Strecker has, to do it twice before with no success.“It's my third try,” Strecker said about retiring. “I retired in 2002 from Central City High School and got really bored with it.”Read more in this week's print or e-editions... + continue reading
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The future is looking up for the Central Nebraska Regional Airport in Grand Island, where explosive growth in the number of passengers flying in and out each day led to construction of a new $14 million terminal.With new facilities, which debuted earlier this month in a ribbon-cutting ceremony, and a growing market for air service, executive... + continue reading

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Sam Johnson is trading in the red and blue of High Plains for the black and orange of Doane.Johnson, a 6-foot-3 all-around basketball player, signed his letter of intent at High Plains Community High... + continue reading

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In the past few years there’s hasn’t been a day when I head to my basement office area and say, “We’ve got to downsize.” I pass by the storeroom and look at the stuff that has gathered ... and... + continue reading

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Even though the county fair is still three months away, it’s never too early to begin working diligently on the many projects that come with being involved in 4-H.Giltner welder and shop owner Jim... + continue reading