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Saturday, January 25, 2020
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The CRC tournament in York began Saturday with first round action taking place at the York Middle School and City Auditorium.  Hampton and High Plains put on a a thriller in opening round... + continue reading
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Thursday, January 23, 2020
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Aurora fire crews responded at approximately 3:50 p.m. to the Aurora Mall after a suspected fire had broken out in the produce department. A worker on scene reported seeing smoke, but no flames... + continue reading
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Thursday, January 23, 2020
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The Aurora Planning Commission reviewed a preliminary future land map Wednesday after gathering input from local residents during an open house at City Hall. Learn more about the early stage progress... + continue reading
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Wednesday, January 22, 2020
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Adams Central came into Tuesday's wrestling dual with Aurora sporting an unblemished 18-0 record in duals. The Huskies handed them its first loss.  Aurora won eight matches on the night... + continue reading
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Wednesday, January 22, 2020
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One of Class D's all-time best pole vaulters is set to join a Big Ten team.  Giltner's Hannah Preissler signed her letter of intent Tuesday to continue her academic and track and... + continue reading
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01/22/2020
The Plainsman Museum board reviewed a busy year of special events, facility improvement projects and a major staffing transition during its annual meeting Thursday night. Board president Paula Johnson thanked the board members and volunteers for attending, as well as for stepping up to help as needed during a staffing transition last fall. She... + continue reading
01/22/2020
The Aurora City Council passed an ordinance last week raising the minimum legal age to purchase tobacco products in the city from 18 to 19, though some local retail outlets have already chosen not to sell to anyone under the age of 21. City Attorney Ross Luzum explained the rationale for revising three city ordinances, reporting on an annual... + continue reading

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Hampton students have begun serving up hot chocolate and coffee as a way to inspire conversation while also learning life lessons about how to run a business. MoonCents -- a creative name said to be the opposite of the famous Starbucks coffee company -- was the brainchild of first-semester students in Carson Klute’s Career Pathways class... + continue reading
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Bill and Jan Whitney “saw their life flash before their eyes” Saturday as they reflected on a 40-year mission to preserve, maintain and restore native Nebraska prairies. The husband and wife duo had a vision few people understood back in 1980, creating the nonprofit Prairie Plains Resource Institute as a labor of love that would... + continue reading
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Cold weather couldn’t stop people from Hamilton County and the surrounding areas from gathering in Phillips Thursday for the 33rd annual Triple “B” Feed. The draw of beef fries, beans and beer brought out the masses with all 600 tickets sold out the Friday before, board member Francis McDonald remarked before the event. “... + continue reading

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The CRC tournament in York began Saturday with first round action taking place at the York Middle School and City Auditorium.  Hampton and High Plains put on a a thriller in opening round... + continue reading

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Bill and Jan Whitney started a labor of love few people understood back in 1980. What a novel idea, they proclaimed, to preserve, maintain and restore native prairies and wetlands, and what better... + continue reading

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Hampton native and household name Roger Bamesberger forged his own path through life, working hard the whole way, stepping into the family business and now into the ranks of guests honored by the... + continue reading