Tuesday, May 21, 2019
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“Teaching, you’re not in it for the income, you’re in it for the outcome,” Dana Anderson quoted. “I like that one.” The seasoned ag and vocational education... + continue reading
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
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Gold and white confetti popped and fluttered through big smiles, ominous skies and dripping rain. The Lady Hornets were on top yet again. The Giltner girls won a fifth consecutive Class D track... + continue reading
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
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A vision dating all the way back to 1980 is coming into clearer focus now on the edge of the Gjerloff Prairie west of Marquette. A historic barn moved onto the site in 2007 has been a work in... + continue reading
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
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  Plans are being finalized for the 30th year of A’ROR’N Days,  June 20-23. “It’s a Birthday Bash!”  will serve as this year’s theme.  Several... + continue reading
Friday, May 17, 2019
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Vatican International Exhibition “Eucharistic Miracles of the World” will be free to view at St. Mary Parish in Aurora from Saturday, May 18 to Sunday May 26 at the Parish Hall at 1420... + continue reading

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05/21/2019
Aurora Mayor Marlin Seeman announced this week that the city is in the final stages of preparing to launch its new fire-based ambulance service, taking over a service owned and operated for many years by Hamilton County. Seeman made a few brief comments at last week’s Aurora City Council meeting, restating the same points Monday to the... + continue reading
05/21/2019
Residents of Hamilton County are encouraged to get out to partake in a day of remembrance Monday, honoring the men and women who died in service to their country by attending any or all Memorial Day services in several locations. Celebrate Nebraska veterans and their history with Aurora American Legion Post 42 and the Aurora VFW as they conduct... + continue reading

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During a student’s senior year they can expect their picture to be taken a lot, but High Plains senior Hannah Tonniges has decided to put herself on the other side of the camera. Through the lens, Tonniges found a new passion and a way to express herself. “It started my sophomore year,” she said. “I was struggling to find... + continue reading
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When someone imagines an art classroom, they surely think of colorful creations everywhere. Jean Regier’s room is no exception. Departing seniors have turned the ceiling into a collection of murals that show the passion and creativity Regier has shared with her students during her 38 years of teaching. Full story in this week's ANR... + continue reading
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Memorial Hospital Auxiliary volunteers are so good, and dedicated, at processing donated clothing for resale that on Monday they were turning dirt for a project to provide additional, much-needed space at the 12th Street Thrift Shop. A large crowd gathered for a brief ceremony on a sunny Monday morning, where Memorial Hospital CEO Diane Keller... + continue reading

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Gold and white confetti popped and fluttered through big smiles, ominous skies and dripping rain. The Lady Hornets were on top yet again. The Giltner girls won a fifth consecutive Class D track... + continue reading

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These girls are good. That was the unanimous sentiment in the press building Saturday, as well as throughout Burke Stadium, as the Giltner Lady Hornets did what no other Class D girls track team has... + continue reading

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“Teaching, you’re not in it for the income, you’re in it for the outcome,” Dana Anderson quoted. “I like that one.” The seasoned ag and vocational education... + continue reading