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Tuesday, August 20, 2019
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Aurora High School’s annual back-to-school pep rally Monday was as crowded as usual despite the scorching sun. Students, teachers, family and friends packed the bleachers to pay homage to fall... + continue reading
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Saturday, August 17, 2019
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It was a foggy morning for football Saturday, but the future looks bright for the defending state champion Aurora Huskies. After posing for the annual team photo, the Huskies scrimmaged in a foggy... + continue reading
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Wednesday, August 14, 2019
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Hampton was a busy place this weekend with a crowd estimated at more than 600 people enjoying the 18th annual TDLC Cruise Night Friday and a 10-team co-ed softball tournament bringing more visitors... + continue reading
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Wednesday, August 14, 2019
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One year after announcing the creation of the Blueprint Nebraska initiative, state chamber leaders were back in Aurora Monday explaining some of the key steps to be taken in the implementation stage... + continue reading
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Wednesday, August 14, 2019
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Pearl Harbor -- the attack on American soil that led the United States into an era of war was tragic and heartbreaking for any and all involved. Though it sparked an overwhelming rally cry by the... + continue reading
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08/19/2019
City officials announced Friday that a new municipal water well was introduced to the water system on July 24, which can change the hydraulics of the distribution system resulting in scouring of accumulated hard water deposits and/or sediments from the walls of the pipe. In a continuing effort to distribute high quality potable water, the City of... + continue reading
08/14/2019
The High Plains Community School Board met Monday in Clarks to discuss changes for the upcoming school year, including how to proceed with its football cooperative. HPC is currently in a co-op with Osceola for football, but that contract will end at the conclusion of this school year. Sup. Brian Tonniges explained that two weeks ago the HPC and... + continue reading

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Pearl Harbor -- the attack on American soil that led the United States into an era of war was tragic and heartbreaking for any and all involved. Though it sparked an overwhelming rally cry by the American people, it also claimed the lives of over 2,400 of its best. This included an identical duo of young men -- the Blitz twins Leo and Rudolph.... + continue reading
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Over the past six weeks the community of Aurora has been a part of a summer concert series that brought a variety of artist downtown. The final show featured Aurora native Myles Jasnowski. Event coordinator Sara Sutherland reflected on the final show of the year. She found it to be a successful finale to the second season for Bands on the Bricks... + continue reading
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Excitement, chaos and a little bit of nervousness could be found in the hallways of Aurora Elementary School Monday morning. Pictured above, Thomas Mason gives his mother Jessica just one more hug before she has to go. + continue reading

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The sweat dripped from Corey Hoelck’s face after finishing another mind-boggling weight set. He was, for the day, back home in Giltner’s upper mezzanine workout area where he’d... + continue reading

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Dear Editor: I would hope that one of the main goals of the Hamilton County commissioners would be public safety, but by their apparent lack of action this does not seem to be the case. On Monday,... + continue reading

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Farmers and industry members who attended the South Central Agricultural Lab (SCAL) Field Day Aug. 1 were treated to tips on how to recognize, report and treat some new and familiar diseases that are... + continue reading