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Monday, August 10, 2020
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The Aurora RC Flyers hosted a fun fly Saturday, with 18 pilots showing up at the  flying field near the local airport. + continue reading
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Thursday, August 6, 2020
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Was anyone’s summer as fruitful as Danica Badura’s? The Aurora grad and South Dakota golfer earned a third Nebraska golf championship last week, using a five-under 67 final round to... + continue reading
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Wednesday, August 5, 2020
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Efforts to repair what is known as the Jones Building on the downtown corner of the square have begun after a local man announced that he has purchased the aging structure with plans to refurbish it... + continue reading
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If one were to have taken a July Wednesday morning drive by Aurora Memorial Community Health’s physical therapy building they might be surprised to find it a buzz with fun music, a handful of... + continue reading
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Long before one photo was ever taken, the smile from Skeeter Omel could light up the entire room. “I’ve been trying to set this up for eight months,” he kept saying. Although the... + continue reading
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08/05/2020
As is the case almost anywhere in the community, or the world, one of the more vocalized civil debates among board members during Monday’s Aurora 4R School Board meeting was on the topic of mask wearing, if it really helps, and if they -- as a governing body -- should require the use of them during the school day. Some of the first... + continue reading
08/05/2020
With the days creeping closer to when students will be back in the halls in Aurora schools across the district, Supt. Jody Phillips led a Monday evening special school board meeting with the intention of finalizing a back-to-school/school reopening policy. After the district’s proposed plan was presented at the July 13 school board meeting... + continue reading

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The new JoJo’s Gelato building on Highway 34 is home to two different eateries as of Saturday, with Coasters Coffee Co. returning to the business scene in a shared facility arrangement. Marni Danhauer, who co-owns JoJo’s with her husband, Jim, explained that the decision to include a coffee shop was part of the original business plan... + continue reading
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Efforts to repair what is known as the Jones Building on the downtown corner of the square have begun after a local man announced that he has purchased the aging structure with plans to refurbish it both inside and out. Casey Nunnenkamp, a native of Aurora and 2010 AHS graduate, said he and his wife Chloe are in the business of flipping homes,... + continue reading
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07/29/2020 - 0 comment(s)
The East Park Villa parking lot became a local test site for COVID-19 last week, the first of several weekly opportunities for local residents to get tested here in Aurora. The Central District Health Department announced last week that Memorial Community Health in Aurora had contracted to work with the Test Nebraska program to provide local... + continue reading

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Was anyone’s summer as fruitful as Danica Badura’s? The Aurora grad and South Dakota golfer earned a third Nebraska golf championship last week, using a five-under 67 final round to... + continue reading

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08/11/2020 - 0 comment(s)
Dear Editor: I was deeply troubled to read the recent letter to the editor about the Baha’i faith and racism. Expressing our opinions is a privilege we have in this country, and one we should... + continue reading

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07/29/2020 - 0 comment(s)
As the corn grows taller and the days get hotter a familiar sight can be found in the fields surrounding Hamilton County -- detasselers. Not even a pandemic can stop these students from working to... + continue reading