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Aurora strength and conditioning coach Wade Halvorsen welcomed athletes from all across the area for the third annual Central Nebraska Performance Combine held on the Aurora football turf. Everything... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
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A 2,000-year-old device found in Greece over 100 years ago, known as the Antikythera Mechanism and believed to be used to predict eclipses, is featured in a special display at the Edgerton Explorit... + continue reading
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Four months after launching a new paint stripping and cleaning service, Chad Tietmeyer knows he made a good decision to venture out on his own with Diamond Blasting LLC. Unlike traditional... + continue reading
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Are there really ghosts in Hampton? The 125-year-old Opera House building (Rickert Insurance) in Hampton welcomed visitors from the Omne Paranormal Society Saturday night after the group was... + continue reading

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07/19/2017
Eclipse viewers on Aug. 21 may have more resources to help them become educated on what to expect during the event than people did in the past. From early humans believing the supernatural controlled the blocking of the sun to astronomers deriving precise calculations to predict and map eclipses, changes throughout human history have all been... + continue reading
07/19/2017
The Aurora City Council gave final approval July 11 to a private group’s plan to build four new tennis courts in Streeter Park. Tennis Facility Committee spokesman Kurt Mitchell addressed the council, explaining plans to bring tennis back to Streeter Park after construction of a new swimming pool required the old courts to be removed.... + continue reading

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An ag-based business that’s been building irrigation flowmeters in Aurora since 1976 ceased production last week after corporate officers announced plans to consolidate all manufacturing operations to California. A seven-member crew with 98 years of combined experience at McCrometer Great Plains heard the news June 28 and shut down... + continue reading
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Tara Hanneman rarely goes anywhere without her Nikon 7000 DSLR camera, taking pictures mostly of her children and family. She found a new photo venue this summer at the local ball field, where she captured an image selected as the grand prize winner in this year’s Aurora News-Register amateur photo contest. Read more in this week's... + continue reading
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BonnaVilla Homes crews were hard at work Monday setting the first of 10 homes planned as part of the new Streeter 2nd Subdivision. + continue reading

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Aurora strength and conditioning coach Wade Halvorsen welcomed athletes from all across the area for the third annual Central Nebraska Performance Combine held on the Aurora football turf. Everything... + continue reading

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07/19/2017 - 0 comment(s)
The villages of Hampton, Marquette and Phillips have all passed nuisance abatement ordinances recently, working to clean up their towns and tackle issues related to abandoned and neglected properties... + continue reading

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Jeff Moyer of Rodale Institute, located about an hour northeast of Philadelphia, Penn., made a visit to Hamilton County last week to offer words of advice on soil health and the benefits of organic... + continue reading