Wednesday, December 7, 2016
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The starry skies led the way with locals greeting all who traveled to Bethlehem for the census. The people flooded into the small village, signing the census before finding a place for food and water... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
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Tim and Hayley Groshans said hello to the staff at the Hamilton Manor Thursday, introducing themselves as a husband and wife team that will soon be moving to Aurora to help lead the transition to a... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
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A century-old building near downtown Aurora is being brought back to life in a way its new owners hope will let the community enjoy its unique charm and beauty.The former EUB Church, which over the... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
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It’s always emotional for people to observe and soak in any sort of war memorial or dedication.“Remembering Our Fallen” is a travelling photographic war memorial that honors every veteran who lost... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
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Just nine years after the tragic loss of a well-known Aurora resident, Howard Holland’s parents hope to bring a lot of positive energy and family stories back to the town he loved so much.Bill and... + continue reading

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12/07/2016
The Hamilton Manor board of trustees approved the consulting and bed license transfer agreement with Quality Care Solutions LLC during a meeting Nov. 29.Manor board members Doug Andersen and Kirk Penner both abstained from discussion and the vote as both are investors in the new local for-profit company.Read more in this week's print or e-editions... + continue reading
12/07/2016
Support may be growing for a focused debate on the state’s heavy reliance on property taxes, a hot topic which drew the majority of attention during an ag-based legislative forum Monday in Aurora.Sen. Curt Friesen of Henderson and Sen. Dan Hughes of Venango, both farmers by trade, said a projected $1 billion revenue shortfall could complicate the... + continue reading

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12/05/2016 - 0 comment(s)
Rhapsody and Impact, musical groups at Aurora High School, both debuted Sunday with an early Christmas performance at the Plainsman Museum. + continue reading
12/03/2016 - 0 comment(s)
Check out the winners from Friday night's Silly Sweater Sweepstakes at the Edgerton Explorit Center's annual holiday gala. From left are Tom Kell, Sara and Jeremy LaBrie, and Amy Curtis. + continue reading
12/02/2016 - 0 comment(s)
Aurora's Adyson Narber joined the 1,000 point club last night as Aurora defeated Adams Central 81-36. Narber is the first girls basketball player from Aurora to complete such a feat. She was presented the game ball from Adams Central in a classy gesture. The Aurora boys also took down the Patriots 78-48. For coverage on both games, see the... + continue reading

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The Aurora Husky wrestling season kicked off Thursday with a dual against conference rival Grand Island Northwest.After a rotation through the weight classes, the Vikings prevailed with a 53-21 win... + continue reading

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An inconvenience could have been turned into an unexpected convenience for around 2,000 employees of a Lincoln industry. It was reported that a computer glitch prevented them from receiving their... + continue reading

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Renewable energy was the topic for discussion at a University of Nebraska Extension workshop last week in York, and more specifically solar energy.John Hay, an Extension educator expert in renewable... + continue reading