Thursday, January 29, 2015
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The No. 1-rated team in D1 stayed undefeated Thursday night as High Plains won 59-41 over Giltner in the Crossroads Conference Tournament semifinal at the York City Auditorium. The Storm opened the... + continue reading
Thursday, January 29, 2015
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The Giltner Lady Hornets started on an 8-0 run to start their Crossroads Conference Tournament semifinal match against Meridian and never looked back, cruising to a 59-41 win Thursday night at the... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
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Aurora’s girls are on a roll.The Lady Huskies picked up two big wins this past week, defeating visiting Fillmore Central 65-30 Tuesday night at the Sports Complex, then hit the road to Seward on... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
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The Aurora wrestling team fought to keep the lead against Central City in Saturday’s Aurora Duals third-place match and did just that, coming away with a 39-32 win.To read more, see this week's print... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
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Long-time owners Roger and Judy Salmon announced this week that Salmon Auto Parts has been purchased by the Arnold Group of Companies out of Spencer, Iowa.The transaction became effective Monday, and... + continue reading

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01/30/2015
Weather permitting, two rail improvement projects are anticipated to take place from Feb. 9 to Feb. 20, requiring the temporary closure of the BNSF crossing on L-41D, the Hampton Link south of US-34 in Hamilton County, as well as a lane closure on the BNSF crossing on S-93A, the Henderson Spur south of US-34 in York County, according to the... + continue reading
01/28/2015
Despite Sheriff Kirk Handrup’s urgency for the law enforcement center project to move forward, county commissioners voted Monday to proceed with rebidding the project only after a re-evaluation is done by the architect.Prochaska & Associates will now begin looking for potential cost savings prior to letting the bids. The firm was also asked to... + continue reading

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Aurora’s girls are on a roll.The Lady Huskies picked up two big wins this past week, defeating visiting Fillmore Central 65-30 Tuesday night at the Sports Complex, then hit the road to Seward on Friday and won 58-47.To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.  + continue reading
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The Aurora Open and Innovation Showcase was held Saturday at the Farr Building on the fairgrounds and featured a group of innovative kids combining their knowledge and competitiveness in robotics.An estimated 300 visitors were in attendance to watch the robot competitions held in three playing areas full of tubes and squares used to score points.... + continue reading
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The D2 No. 7 Hampton Lady Hawks had to hold off -- once again -- a tough High Plains squad Tuesday afternoon at the CRC Tournament in York, but got the job done in a 43-40 win. The Lady Hawks held on to a 58-49 win Jan. 8 over the same High Plains team. After holding a 20-15 lead at halftime, Hampton had to endure blow after blow from a determined... + continue reading

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The No. 1-rated team in D1 stayed undefeated Thursday night as High Plains won 59-41 over Giltner in the Crossroads Conference Tournament semifinal at the York City Auditorium. The Storm opened the... + continue reading

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The Academy Awards and the Oscars business never excited me much. Bluntly, I’m not much of a movie goer and probably wouldn’t recognize many of today’s movie stars even if they told me their names.... + continue reading

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Nebraska’s new governor isn’t the only one who feels that property taxes are a problem, as Dist. 34 Sen. Curt Friesen sees Gov. Pete Ricketts’ proposed changes as a start to fixing the problems.“I... + continue reading