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Tuesday, May 26, 2020
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With services cancelled Monday due to the pandemic, Aurora Mayor Marlin Seeman voiced a solemn Memorial Day tribute, produced by the Plainsman Museum. The attached video includes a historical... + continue reading
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Wednesday, May 20, 2020
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An Aurora native and her husband launched a marketing venture featuring Kenya-grown coffee in 2012, completely revamped the business model in 2017 and just three months after opening the doors on a... + continue reading
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Wednesday, May 20, 2020
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For Kyla Carlson, the cancellation of the spring sports season brought on by the coronavirus pandemic was devastating. Her last lap at Burke Stadium turned out to be pretty anticlimactic. It was... + continue reading
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Wednesday, May 20, 2020
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Aurora Middle School will seem a bit different come August, with the absence of one of its most familiar faces and leaders. Middle School Principal Ken Thiele will be officially retiring at the end... + continue reading
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The High Plains Community School’s class of 2020 gathered in Polk Saturday to hold an outdoor graduation ceremony. Neither rainy weather nor a pandemic could prevent the 16 seniors from coming... + continue reading
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05/21/2020
The Aurora swimming pool will not open before July 15, if at all this summer. That decision, which remains subject to change, was based on recommendations from Gov. Pete Ricketts. “The pool won’t open before July 15 according to the governor’s response to that question,” City Administrator Rick Melcher advised the city... + continue reading
05/20/2020
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has forced the cancellation of what would have been the 29th annual Summer Orientation About Rivers (SOAR), though event organizers invite people of all ages to come out and enjoy prairie properties as a great source of outdoor fun and learning. Prairie Plains Resource Institute officials had begun making plans in... + continue reading

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Junior Roebuck hopes to give the community something fun to do during this time of restricted movement by introducing a drive-in style “Dinner and a Movie” outing in his backyard. The local entrepreneur has a large lot around his 9th Street home and came up with a concept he says will benefit local nonprofit organizations while also... + continue reading
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Dollar General sign went up on Aurora store today. Construction progress continues with plans to open Highway 14 store possibly sometime in June. + continue reading
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The Aurora Class of 2020 has had, hands-down, one of the most unique senior year experiences in recent Husky history. For some, it may be just another tick of a box, collecting their diploma and excitedly moving on to the next phase in their lives. For others, they will struggle through the final weeks, missing out on previously promised life... + continue reading

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For Kyla Carlson, the cancellation of the spring sports season brought on by the coronavirus pandemic was devastating. Her last lap at Burke Stadium turned out to be pretty anticlimactic. It was... + continue reading

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With a gradual roll-back comes a whole new sense of angst. More than two months after stepping into this altered COVID-19 universe we’re living in, we now face a new challenge that has already... + continue reading

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05/20/2020 - 0 comment(s)
Many industries have seen a rapid change due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Between having to close down or being under restrictions there is not much that is usual. This rings true for the beef industry... + continue reading