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The 30th annual Bill Kropp & Curly Penner Memorial Alumni Basketball Tournament will be held in Aurora March 16 and 17, and team captains are reminded of the Feb. 1 deadline. The entry fee for... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
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Under a single spotlight, Aurora and Adams Central battled in a grueling wrestling dual that the Patriots ended up on the right side of, 39-34 Tuesday night inside the confines of Adams Central.... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
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With its lead shrinking and the game on the line, Aurora’s Cassidy Knust stepped to the free throw line six times in the final minute Saturday against Columbus. She made every one. The six... + continue reading
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Rich Person’s involvement in the cattle business started with registered Herefords around 1990, it has since grown -- with the help of passion and dedication. This dedication to cattle, coupled... + continue reading
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When Dr. John Campbell proposed to Mary Lou (Bergstrom) Campbell Miller, she was told right away that they would not be off to a routine start. “He felt that God had called him as a missionary... + continue reading

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01/16/2019
The Aurora 4R School Board voted Monday to recognize Cindy Muilenburg as a liaison between the Board of Education and a community group formed to advocate for the funding and building expansion of the community theatre on school grounds. Not being a school-funded or led project, the community group has met with school officials and administration... + continue reading
01/16/2019
Following the completion of the Hamilton County Board of Commissioners executive session regarding ambulance negotiations, Board Chairman Rich Nelson commented briefly on the status of EMS discussions with the City of Aurora. “Over the last number of weeks we have had multiple meetings, in particular trying to come up with an interlocal... + continue reading

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Construction is well under way on the Nebraska Department of Transportation’s new maintenance yard south of the I-80 intersection, which is tentatively scheduled to open in July. State officials announced the purchase of just under 20 acres of land south of Timpte back in the spring of 2016, explaining at the time that it would be two years... + continue reading
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Local construction activity fell by more than half in 2018 compared to the year prior, with fewer single-family dwellings and no individual projects topping the $1 million plateau for the first time in a decade. A total of 125 building permits were issued at Aurora City Hall during the past 12 months adding up to $6,144,560. The year-end tally... + continue reading
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Aurora's two-headed monster of Baylor Scheierman and Cade Reichardt nearly outscored the opponent themselves, combining for 33 points in a 58-38 win over Columbus at home Saturday.  The game was much more back and forth action early on as the Discoverers hit a three-pointer as time expired in the first half to cut Aurora's halftime... + continue reading

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The 30th annual Bill Kropp & Curly Penner Memorial Alumni Basketball Tournament will be held in Aurora March 16 and 17, and team captains are reminded of the Feb. 1 deadline. The entry fee for... + continue reading

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Fortunately or unfortunately, we oldsters have senior moments. Unfortunately those senior moments can be frustrating. Fortunately when we need a subject for a column, senior moments can be pretty... + continue reading

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University of Nebraska Extension Educator Steve Melvin spoke during the Project Grow winter workshop on Dec. 12 in York, where he focused his presentation on the importance of crop irrigation.... + continue reading