AHS cast and crew members have been busy preparing for the March performance of the Newsies musical.
Dear Editor: In response to the recent editorial from Irl Gilliland: Your letter to the editor of last week claimed voter fraud in several states in the Nov. 3, 2020 national election. The statistics you submitted as evidence of rampant voter fraud are meaningless because you failed to cite your…
Mayor Marlin Seeman does hereby declare a "Snow Emergency" in the City of Aurora, to be in effect beginning at 12 p.m. CST, on Monday, Jan. 25 and ending at 12 p.m. CST, on Tuesday, Jan. 26. The City of Aurora has declared this Snow Emergency based on the forecast from the National Weather Service…
Word has been received of the death of Wilbur Ruebsamen, brother of Neil Ruebsamen of Aurora. Wilbur was born and raised on a farm south of Giltner graduating with the class of 1955. He then went to UNL and graduated in 1960 in the ROTC with a degree in mechanical engineering. He served three yeas…
Dear Editor: While everyone is entitled to their opinion, I feel that someone who is paid to write a “community news” column for the paper should save their political opinions for the “opinion” section of the newspaper; that is what it is for. We are subjected to a barrage of politics everywhere we…
Tyler Nunnenkamp had a vision years ago of owning his own business. He’s reached that goal now with Nunnenkamp Auto Detailing, after finding a detour around a roadblock life threw in his path. The Henderson native envisioned a future in electrical technology, thus began studying that field upon…
Though SOAR and other well-known educational programs were cancelled due to the pandemic in 2020, the Prairie Plains Resource Institute continued its work of restoring native grasslands throughout the past year and is also in the final stages of completing an educational center that has been…
Rob Kunze of Aurora has no regrets after making a trip to Washington D.C. for what turned out to be an historic, chaotic day in the nation’s capital. It was not, however, the trip he expected. A strong supporter of President Donald Trump, Kunze planned his trip to Washington about two weeks in…
Giltner put Osceola in a position to work a bit harder for a win than they may have thought, at least for awhile.  The Hornets were tied with the No. 8 D-2 ranked Bulldogs after the first quarter, but Osceola was too much for Giltner to handle in a 51-35 loss Friday night. The Hornets came out…
As technology further advances it has become an integral part of agriculture. This can be seen in ways that it can be utilized for holistic weed control techniques.  Kevin Bradley, a weed specialist with the University of Missouri spoke on current technologies that are slated to help farmers tackle…
While most classes were more easily transitioned to being socially-distanced and non-touch heavy, Family and Consumer Science subjects rely heavily on having students participate in hands-on activities in subject areas like cooking and design.  “I typically provide the students with the majority of…
Tyler Nunnenkamp had a vision years ago of owning his own business. He’s reached that goal now with Nunnenkamp Auto Detailing, after finding a detour…
Though SOAR and other well-known educational programs were cancelled due to the pandemic in 2020, the Prairie Plains Resource Institute continued its…
Rob Kunze of Aurora has no regrets after making a trip to Washington D.C. for what turned out to be an historic, chaotic day in the nation’s capital…
AHS cast and crew members have been busy preparing for the March performance of the Newsies musical.
Mayor Marlin Seeman does hereby declare a "Snow Emergency" in the City of Aurora, to be in effect beginning at 12 p.m. CST, on Monday, Jan. 25 and ending at 12…
While most classes were more easily transitioned to being socially-distanced and non-touch heavy, Family and Consumer Science subjects rely heavily on having…
Adam Seger was sworn in as a new member of the Aurora Police Department last week, bringing the force back to full staffing. A native of Atkinson, Seger…
As technology further advances it has become an integral part of agriculture. This can be seen in ways that it can be utilized for holistic weed control…
Weeds -- a constant plight for those in the agriculture industry that comes in many forms. Weed scientist Bryan Young of Purdue University looked at what was…
A topic that no one in a rural community can escape revolves around land and its related values and cash rental rates.  To help review the year and look to the…
Giltner put Osceola in a position to work a bit harder for a win than they may have thought, at least for awhile.  The Hornets were tied with the No. 8 D-2…
The Aurora boys and girls basketball teams each had opportunities to win Saturday and were unsuccessful.  The Husky boys led late in the fourth quarter as the…
High Plains boasted several solid finishes on the mat Saturday in the Cross County Invite.  Freshman Wyatt Urkoski headlined a Storm effort of three medalists…
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