Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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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... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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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... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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After a rainy and cloudy weekend, the skies cleared and the sun shone bright for the Memorial Day Ceremony at the Aurora Cemetery on Monday.Mike Reimers, first vice commander of the American Legion... + continue reading
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The Aurora Aquatic Facility will open on May 29 at noon under new management as co-managers Ellie Cerveny and Madison Farris will take on the task of running the one-year-old facility this year.To... + 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... + continue reading

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05/27/2015
The Channels 10/11 Can Care-A-Van will be returning to the Hamilton County Food Pantry in Aurora on Tuesday, June 9, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. for the 11th annual food drive at the facility.The goal for this year’s drive is 10,000 pounds of food donations. Last year the food pantry collected 27,300 pounds of food, which included actual food and cash... + continue reading
05/22/2015
Rick Melcher and Harlan Schafer, both of Aurora, and Collin Bielser of Baldwin City, Kan., have been named as finalists in Aurora’s search for a new city administrator.Mayor Dave Long announced the names Thursday, saying each of the three has accepted an invitation to be interviewed Tuesday by the citizen-based search committee as well as the... + continue reading

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Giltner won two titles at the Nebraska State Track and Field Championships in Omaha this weekend, claiming both the girls and boys team trophies. It was a memorable day for the Hornets, who won a combined seven events. See this week's print or e-ditions for photos, results and reactions. + continue reading
05/22/2015 - 0 comment(s)
Preschool students in Hampton tossed their caps in the air in celebration last week, signifying that they are ready for kindergarten to begin in the fall. Pictured with the students are teachers, Sara Willis, left, and Shelby Yost. + continue reading
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Julie Zimmerman has spent her entire adult life living for the Lord.It’s evident in her servant’s attitude toward others.It’s evident in her apartment where a wall hanging proclaims “Christ is the head of this house -- the unseen guest in every room.”It’s evident in the music she performs and records.To read more, see this week's print or e-... + continue reading

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05/27/2015 - 0 comment(s)
A shortage of state track meet experience and an extraordinarily strong field of competition kept Aurora off the gold medal stand at Omaha Burke stadium over the weekend, but the Huskies still had... + continue reading

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America turned the page toward summer Monday, pausing ever so briefly to honor the men and women who fought and died for our country, while also cherishing the memories of lost loved ones.Memorial... + continue reading

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May is beef month in case you weren’t aware, and in Nebraska the beef industry is a vital part of local economics, agriculture and a lot of the time what’s served at the dinner table.Dan Pachta may... + continue reading