Tuesday, December 11, 2018
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Holiday spirit was in the air Friday as a crowd of more than 150 Edgerton Explorit Center supporters enjoyed a Christmas-themed fundraiser. Winners in the event's "ugly sweater" contest... + continue reading
Monday, December 10, 2018
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Addie Smith is trading in her red and black for a dark shade of purple at the next level. The Aurora senior signed her letter of intent Monday afternoon to continue her academic and volleyball... + continue reading
Sunday, December 9, 2018
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Dist. 34 Sen. Curt Friesen spoke at a town hall meeting in Aurora Saturday which drew a crowd of nearly 100 people to the Bremer Center. The topic of the day was property taxes, which led Friesen to... + continue reading
Saturday, December 8, 2018
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Nothing much went wrong for the Aurora offense Saturday in Central City, scoring 52 points by halftime in a 77-27 win over the Bison. Aurora ran through its bench, getting the entire team some... + continue reading
Saturday, December 8, 2018
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The Lady Huskies trailed Central City 26-11 at the half after giving up a 16-2 run to the Bison. However, Aurora came charging back and had the deficit to a single possession, but couldn't finish... + continue reading

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12/05/2018
An up-and-coming technology hub, Aurora will play host again next year to Aurora Open and Innovation Showcase -- a robotics competition that will also invite the culture on invention and innovation to the Hamilton County Fairgrounds. The event, scheduled for Feb. 2, 2019, is currently still in the planning stages. YETI (Youth Engaged in... + continue reading
11/28/2018
City and county officials reported continued progress Monday in their efforts to negotiate terms to provide local ambulance services. Five members of the joint negotiations committee met for more than two hours Monday afternoon, ending the session with plans to meet again next week. “I think at this point we’re much closer than we... + continue reading

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High Plains held its annual Nebraska Duals two-day meet at CCC in Columbus Friday and Saturday, welcoming teams across the state to compete regardless of classification and to settle things on the mat. In the first round of Pool A competition, Malcolm defeated High Plains,43-24. HPC lost to David City 75-6 as well as to Cozad 48-18 before... + continue reading
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Friday's Edgerton Expolorit Center fundraiser draws a huge crowd as community supports hands-on science center's mission. Rare Doc Edgerton print was one of many items auctioned off. For details on Friday's event, see this week's ANR. + continue reading
12/07/2018 - 0 comment(s)
The Hampton boys basketball team took its first lead of the season on a Claton Peters bucket with 3:27 to play, but couldn't hang on as Osceola rallied to defeat the Hawks 37-33 Friday night. All five starters for Hampton played the entire 32 minutes of the game without a sub.  The Bulldogs regained the lead 34-33 with 50 ticks... + continue reading

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12/10/2018 - 0 comment(s)
Addie Smith is trading in her red and black for a dark shade of purple at the next level. The Aurora senior signed her letter of intent Monday afternoon to continue her academic and volleyball... + continue reading

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George H.W. Bush will be remembered by history as the voice of “a kinder, gentler nation,” a legacy appreciated perhaps more after his death than during his time in the White House. The... + continue reading

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Harvest in Hamilton County is as close to complete as it gets, which took a lot longer than originally intended because of fall rains and early snow. Despite setbacks and damage done to yields,... + continue reading