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In the sport of cross country, all a team needs is a chance to succeed. The Aurora girls team has that chance to make it three in a row Friday at the Class B state meet following district competition... + continue reading
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A local business owner is venturing into new territory with his first-ever apartment complex project, hoping to provide much needed rental housing while also creating a long-term investment for his... + continue reading
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Starting on Wednesday, Aurora Police Department started tying purple ribbons to their police cruisers’ antenna to show support for domestic violence and its victims. “It just shows we... + continue reading
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Saturday’s sunshine provided a bright backdrop for the second annual Nebraska Kidney Association Color Run in Aurora. Runners gathered, with kick off scheduled for 9 a.m. and clustered in the... + continue reading
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Hampton Lutheran School made changes over the summer to its kindergarten and preschool classes by separating them to help with curriculum. The school also has two new teachers -- former substitute... + continue reading

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10/17/2018
Michelle Edmonds, a 2000 Aurora graduate, is feeling lucky this week after Hurricane Michael made landfall Thursday approximately 100 miles east of her family’s home in Milton, Fla. “We really didn’t get anything bad,” she said in an e-mail interview with the News-Register. “Once it made its eastern turn we were out... + continue reading
10/17/2018
Hamilton County commissioners discussed plans to pursue a hybrid version of ambulance service Monday rather than accepting one of the three existing proposals. The county’s EMS negotiations committee -- comprised of board chairman Rich Nelson and Becky Richter -- presented a detailed report to the board explaining where they currently stood... + continue reading

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Saturday’s sunshine provided a bright backdrop for the second annual Nebraska Kidney Association Color Run in Aurora. Runners gathered, with kick off scheduled for 9 a.m. and clustered in the sun to stay warm in the morning’s still chilled air. A small speech of thanks from Nebraska Kidney Association board vice president John Thomas... + continue reading
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Husky Nation celebrated Senior Night Friday in the home finale against Milford, recognizing senior members of the football team, cheerleading squad and training staff. Leading the team out onto the field was Mitchell Pachta (17) carrying the No. 72 jersey of his late brother Nick, who would have been a senior member of this year's Husky squad... + continue reading
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A documentary film about organic pioneer David Vetter will be featured Friday, Oct. 12, at the Prairie Lights Film Festival in Grand Island. “Dreaming of a Vetter World” offers an example of “doing what you know is right -- against all odds,” according to producer Bonnie Hawthorne. "Dreaming of a Vetter World"... + continue reading

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Husky Nation turned the pages back a decade Friday, remembering an earlier era of championship football while watching this year’s Big Red roll toward a possible 2018 title. Members of both... + continue reading

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The time has come in Hamilton County to resolve an issue that impacts anyone who might someday have to dial 911. All local citizens have a vested interest in the status and quality of local... + continue reading

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A large hidden oasis sits not far from the hustle and bustle of Aurora. Pioneer Trails, located northeast of town, operates as both a water conservation effort and a recreational area for nearby... + continue reading