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149. Third place. Freshman.It was the best finish of any freshman golfer, regardless of class, in the NSAA Boys Golf Championships.That score was posted by Aurora’s Caleb Badura, good enough to... + continue reading
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For those who live at Hamilton Manor and for those who have loved ones there, a new face can be seen in the administrator’s office.Margaret Williams took over on May 18 as the Manor’s new... + continue reading
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Brandishing a raised fist and voicing his trademark thunderous and enthusiastic “bully” response to comments, Theodore Roosevelt stumped for votes in Aurora Wednesday, during his stop at the Frank M... + continue reading
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The equipment is rolling at Pioneer Trails Recreation Area located on 14 Road just northeast of Aurora. Though the road closed sign is a barrier to the area, contractors are working hard to finish... + continue reading
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by Richard RhodenThe Hampton Booster Days are once again going to be a wild ride for residents, alumni and other visitors this weekend.Events will include many of the familiar favorites, with a few... + continue reading

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06/03/2015
Barry and Rhonda Dietrich approached the Hamilton County Board of Commissioner Monday with a flooding issue they have had on their property ever since the county installed four culverts north of their residence.“We are here to ask the county to help us alleviate our flooding problem, which extended from the county putting in four 5-foot culverts a... + continue reading
06/03/2015
An Aurora city water well, located along Highway 14 north of Lincoln Creek, has been taken offline after tetrachloroethylene was detected in an amount exceeding the required maximum containment level.To read more, see this week's print or e-editions. + continue reading

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It’s always been about the kids.Before she started, throughout her 36-year teaching career, and even after her retirement, for Jo Ann Gilson, it is always the kids who come first.To read more, see this week's print or e-editions. + continue reading
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A baseball game can be decided by a single inning.A four-run third inning catapulted the Aurora Legion Seniors team to their first win of the season 4-2 over Albion on Sunday.To read more, see this week's print or e-editions. + continue reading
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A love of Shakespeare and theatre, which emerged during Richard Schanou’s Aurora High School English classes and evolved into a lengthy acting career for DawnMarie (Beins) Moe, today expands into a business opportunity in her hometown.To read more, see this week's print or e-editions. + continue reading

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The Aurora Post 42 Legion Juniors baseball team is still searching for its first victory after a week of games and cancellations.The Juniors lost to Central City last Tuesday 11-3, and fell to... + continue reading

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“It’s just awesome to be a Hornet.”Jared Hastings said what many of his Giltner teammates and their families were thinking last weekend during a memorable couple of days in Omaha. The Hornets did... + continue reading

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Preferred Popcorn, located in Chapman, has been around for the last 17 years. The company, whose farmers produce popcorn, is nothing new to the community with a population of 290, but their large... + continue reading