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When Carolyn Bresee walked into her Aurora classroom as a first-year teacher back in 1975, she never dreamed she’d eventually retire from the same school district 40 years later.To read more, see... + continue reading
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New signage indicates new ownership at a car wash facility located near the Highway 14 and 34 intersection in Aurora.Opened in 2002 under the Super Wash logo, the car wash was purchased earlier this... + continue reading
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Julie Zimmerman has spent her entire adult life living for the Lord.It’s evident in her servant’s attitude toward others.It’s evident in her apartment where a wall hanging proclaims “Christ is the... + continue reading
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Aurora’s graduating seniors closed the book on a memorable chapter of their lives Sunday, turning the tassel and soaking up the spotlight during what many called a bittersweet occasion.The Class of... + continue reading
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If there’s one thing  Ron Haden has learned in his 35 years of coaching track, it’s expect the unexpected when it comes to district competition.More often than not, that “unexpected” involves... + continue reading

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05/20/2015
The Aurora City Council agreed last week to fund 40 percent of proposed renovation at the Hamilton County Law Enforcement Center, signing an interlocal agreement with the county which in effect moves the long debated project into construction mode. For a detailed story, see this week's News-Register. + continue reading
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The Aurora City Council agreed last week to fund 40 percent of proposed renovation at the Hamilton County Law Enforcement Center, signing an interlocal agreement with the county which in effect moves theTo read more, see this week's print or e-editons. + continue reading

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The Hampton Hawks will be represented by five athletes at next week's two-day state track meet in Omaha. Qualifiers include, pictured from left: Tayma Sebek, Madison VanHousen, Brittany Dose, Taylor Klaussen and Jesse Rasmussen. For more details, see this week's print or e-editions. + continue reading
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Giltner came away from Wednesday's D-6 district track meet in Henderson with lots of gold and several state qualifiers. The Hornets won both the girls and boys team titles and qualified several athletes for next week's two-day state track meet in Omaha. See this week's print or e-editions for details. + continue reading
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High Plains and Hampton competed Wednesday in the D-5 track meet in Fullerton, with several athletes from both schools qualifying for next week's state track meet in Omaha. The High Plains boys won the team title as well. See this weeks print or e-editions for meet details. + continue reading

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Just battle.That is the mantra of Caleb Badura.Cold and windy conditions couldn’t stop Badura from qualifying for the state golf meet. Finishing sixth overall, the freshman carded an 82 over 18 holes... + continue reading

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“Welcome to Hamilton County.”That’s the front page greeting on one of the county’s most comprehensive marketing pieces, which is hot off the press this week in the form of an 84-page full-color... + continue reading

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The Hamilton County Extension office will be going through a few changes over the next five years as part of the 2020 Extension staffing transition plan. The goal of this new staffing plan by... + continue reading