Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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Aurora firefighters will be wearing new helmets on the next call and also have two new high-tech pieces of equipment available if needed, thanks to a donation from Aventine Renewable Energy.To read... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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With the irrigation season coming to an end, the busy time of harvest has already begun for some producers. This is hybrid corn whole ear picking harvest being done on a field off of Highway 34 just... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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The skies turned blue just in time Friday for the Aurora cross country invitational, where the host Huskies had a very solid showing in the both the boys and girls races.To read more, see this week's... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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There’s a new classroom at Hampton Public Schools as of this fall which looks very much like home ... by design.To read more, see this week's print e-edition, or click on the link to read the free e-... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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A little cold weather never hurt anybody.You got that sense if you walked around Giltner's Autumn Fest Saturday. Although temperatures dropped to the upper 50s, people from all over bundled up to... + continue reading

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09/17/2014
City leaders adopted what city administrator Marlan Ferguson called a conservative fiscal budget last week, dropping the mill levy by 1/4 of a percent and increasing the community's property tax request by $36,696 to a total of $1.27 million.To read more, see this week's print edition, or click on the link to read the free e-edition. + continue reading
09/17/2014
The Hampton School Board began planning for expected energy-related facility improvements Monday by approving a 2014-15 budget that includes more than $135,000 in qulified capital funding.To read more, see this week's print edition, or click on the link to read the free e-edition. + continue reading

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The High Plains volleyball team left Palmer Tuesday night with a sour taste in its mouth after losing its second game of a triangular against the host-team Palmer Lady Tigers. The Lady Storm carried the momentum from their first win of the season over Riverside in the first game to take the first set against Palmer by a score of 25-21. But Palmer... + continue reading
09/15/2014 - 0 comment(s)
The Aurora marching band made its debut in full-dress uniform Friday night, where they performed at halftime of the Aurora/Adams Central football game. The band begins its competition season Oct. 4 at Harvest of Harmony in Grand Island. + continue reading
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The Aurora Fire Department used an H Street home for training early Sunday morning, then lit it ablaze as part of a control burn exercise. Firefighters kept a close eye on neighboring properites, spaying them with water frequently. Fire Chief Tom Cox said the structure was burned down at the owner's request, and added that the house located just... + continue reading

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There’s no place like home.After playing their first seven matches on the road, Aurora’s volleyball team made their home debut on Sept. 9 at the Sports Complex, defeating Class A Columbus in a sweep... + continue reading

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Nebraska’s general election is just over a month away now, with several contested races to be decided on the state and local level.We’ve had a welcome break from the wave of political campaign ads... + continue reading

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This year’s Husker Harvest Days was a muddy event for over 600 exhibitors from the top agribusinesses in the nation and around the world. There seemed to be more talk about the soupy parking area and... + continue reading