Friday, January 18, 2019
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Approximately 600 people attended the 32nd annual Triple "B" Feed at the Phillips Community Hall Thursday. This year marks the first time all tickets were sold before the event. Watch for... + continue reading
Thursday, January 17, 2019
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Aurora's Baylor Scheierman did it all Thursday night for the Aurora Huskies in a 60-44 win over Kearney Catholic. The senior was 6 of 8 from long range in the first half and made sure to throw... + continue reading
Thursday, January 17, 2019
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In another close, late game scenario, the Aurora girls basketball team sank some clutch free throws in the final minute to help seal the deal. The Lady Huskies hit four of six free throws in the... + continue reading
Thursday, January 17, 2019
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Giltner track coach Nancy Lockmon was named a finalist by the National High School Athletic Coaches Association for the NHSACA coach of the year award.  The NHSACA and the Nebraska Coaches... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
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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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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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After graduating from Aurora High School in 2006, MaryLou Andrews, daughter of Dennis and Beth Andrews of Aurora, filled her life with education, helping others and meaningful experiences in countries abroad. In her most recent adventure she returns home from a year-long fellowship with IJM, the International Justice Mission, in Thailand, just in... + 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 to Africa and he said my life would not just be a wife of a doctor here in the states, but rather we would be going to Africa,” Miller said.... + 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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Aurora's Baylor Scheierman did it all Thursday night for the Aurora Huskies in a 60-44 win over Kearney Catholic. The senior was 6 of 8 from long range in the first half and made sure to throw... + 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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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