Monday, December 5, 2016
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Rhapsody and Impact, musical groups at Aurora High School, both debuted Sunday with an early Christmas performance at the Plainsman Museum. + continue reading
Saturday, December 3, 2016
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Check out the winners from Friday night's Silly Sweater Sweepstakes at the Edgerton Explorit Center's annual holiday gala. From left are Tom Kell, Sara and Jeremy LaBrie, and Amy Curtis. + continue reading
Friday, December 2, 2016
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Aurora's Adyson Narber joined the 1,000 point club last night as Aurora defeated Adams Central 81-36. Narber is the first girls basketball player from Aurora to complete such a feat. She was... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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Singing the National Anthem is nothing new for senior Aaron Marlatt, even in pads and cleats. It’s something he doesn’t even get nervous for anymore. He still remembers the tradition of singing it... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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The News-Register’s annual winter sports preview edition features team photos and coaches’ outlooks on all area basketball and wrestling teams. + continue reading

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11/30/2016
Aurora’s downtown square will be celebrating “Candy Cane Christmas” Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.Businesses around the square will be staying open a little longer while also offering sales and specials to all who join the holiday celebration.“We all understand this is a pretty important time of year for our local shops,” noted Barb Ernst,... + continue reading
11/29/2016
Robert S. Honken of Aurora has been found guilty on two counts of conspiracy to commit first degree murder based on an alleged murder-for-hire plot involving his wife, Bethany. On Thursday afternoon in a Hamilton County courtroom, Derrick Shirley was sentenced to 16-20 years in prison for his role in the conspiracy plot.District Court Judge Rachel... + continue reading

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Singing the National Anthem is nothing new for senior Aaron Marlatt, even in pads and cleats. It’s something he doesn’t even get nervous for anymore. He still remembers the tradition of singing it before youth football games.When he sang the anthem at the first football state playoff game against York in October, he said this time he did get a... + continue reading
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“Any time you go to a third world country, it is life changing,” Lora Janzen said of her recent missions trip to Haiti.Janzen took her fourth trip to Haiti at the beginning of November through Monroe Evangelical Free Church.   “I’m so thankful we have a church that is mission-minded, and they have a heart for Haiti as well as other... + continue reading
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More than 20 years after getting involved with a then start-up Hamilton County Food Pantry, Barb Johnson is stepping aside to let other board members collect and distribute food to families in need.It was a difficult decision, Johnson admitted, though she feels the timing is right.Read more in this week's print or e-editions. + continue reading

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Aurora's Adyson Narber joined the 1,000 point club last night as Aurora defeated Adams Central 81-36. Narber is the first girls basketball player from Aurora to complete such a feat. She was... + continue reading

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I guess I whined enough a week ago about trying to keep in good graces with Gramps by having my shoes shined.If you recall, I had searched locally for Cordovan shoe polish and reported after I found... + continue reading

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Changes are coming for those who are raising food production animals. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is enforcing a veterinary feed directive (VFD) regulation update starting on Jan. 1,... + continue reading