Wednesday, February 3, 2016
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Six months after consolidating its operations all under one roof, Penner Manufacturing is realizing its new goal -- efficiency.Ever since creating the company in 1998, founder Lee Penner said the... + continue reading
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Hampton Hawk students have been enjoying their chance to broadcast school news for the last four years and getting an opportunity to show off what they learn on a day to day basis with the entire... + continue reading
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The Aurora Area Chamber & Development has reached the halfway point in their first school year of offering students a chance to intern with local businesses.The program is called Opportunity... + continue reading
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Feb. 2 was a virtual whiteout in Aurora and Hamilton County, with winds of up to 40 mph blowing snow throughout the day limiting visibility and shutting down most area roads. Area residents and... + continue reading

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02/04/2016
Students around the area will be donning their finest and preparing to showcase their speaking talents during Aurora's upcoming speech meet on Saturday.Keli Margritz and her team of students and volunteers prepare for the weekend event, which will host 28 schools including local teams from Hampton and High Plains.Competition will begin at 8 a.m in... + continue reading
02/03/2016
Hampton school officials are seeking public input Monday on a proposal to address code violations and safety issues with an aging elementary school building.Having reviewed various options with a community-based advisory group for the past several months, the Hampton Public School Board is now looking for broader community feedback, hoping to... + continue reading

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01/30/2016 - 0 comment(s)
The Aurora Husky boys and girls basketball teams each won the Central Conference basketball tournament Saturday night, disposing of their opponents late with defensive stands. For complete coverage of the Huskies' tournament run, grab a copy of next week's News-Register and listen to soundslides. + continue reading
01/29/2016 - 0 comment(s)
The High Plains boys basketball team repeated as CRC tournament champions with a 47-43 victory over BDS Friday night. The Hampton Lady Hawks lost a heartbreaker to BDS before with a 39-33 loss. For complete tournament coverage, pick up a copy of this week's News-Register or start your subscription now. + continue reading
01/28/2016 - 0 comment(s)
Three area teams won games that clinched spots in championship games. Aurora's boys took down Northwest 46-33 and will play Saturday at Northwest at 6 p.m. High Plains boys and Hampton girls each defeated opponents in the CRC tournament to move on to Friday's championship games. Hampton plays at 6:30 while High Plains tips at 8:15 p.m. For more... + continue reading

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02/03/2016 - 0 comment(s)
It was an up and down night for the Huskies on senior night Jan. 26.Several matches for Aurora turned into successful pins, but more had Huskies on their backs.Preston Dibbern got the night started... + continue reading

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02/03/2016 - 0 comment(s)
As someone who appreciates the wonder and beauty of everyday life, flowers are easily something that catch my attention whenever I see them in somebody’s house or planted in a landscaped front lawn.... + continue reading

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02/03/2016 - 0 comment(s)
Hamilton County's Ag Day, held through the University of Nebraska (UNL) Extension office, has been scheduled at the fairgrounds Feb. 8 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.Attendees will be offered an array of... + continue reading