Friday, October 12, 2018
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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... + continue reading
Friday, October 12, 2018
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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... + continue reading
Friday, October 12, 2018
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The Aurora boys cross country team has found a different gear over the past couple of weeks, and they showed that speed off Thursday at the B-3 district meet in Beatrice, winning the team title over... + continue reading
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In arguably one of the toughest Class B cross country district meets, the Aurora girls found a way to persevere and finish third behind Lincoln Pius X and Norris to squeeze into next week's state... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
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Long-time Aurora accountant Roger Levering announced plans this week to begin transitioning toward retirement, beginning with the sale of his Potts & Levering firm to Aurora-based Dohman,... + continue reading

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Pinnacle Bank will present the second annual “Share a Spare Color Run” at Streeter Park in Aurora Saturday as a benefit for the Nebraska Kidney Association. This event provides an opportunity to educate the public about kidney and urological disease and to involve some of the kidney dialysis and transplant patients and their families... + continue reading
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A previous Aurora mayor and city councilman are seeking voter support for the opportunity to return to city hall, with the outcome to be decided in the Nov. 6 general election. Phil Hupf, who served on the Aurora City Council from 2011-14, threw his hat in the ring saying he would like the opportunity to serve local citizens in a leadership role... + continue reading

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Long-time Aurora accountant Roger Levering announced plans this week to begin transitioning toward retirement, beginning with the sale of his Potts & Levering firm to Aurora-based Dohman, Akerlund & Eddy LLC. The sale becomes official Nov. 1, though Levering said he plans to work through another tax season, eventually winding down his... + continue reading
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Three months into a transition involving a new administrative position at Giltner Public Schools, PreK-6 Principal Chad Scheel and Supt. Stuart Lenz agree that it’s “a good fit.” Lenz wore several hats a year ago as both superintendent and K-12 principal, but when the school board started leaning toward adding a new preschool... + continue reading
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Despite the cold temps and early morning hour, all four Hamilton County high schools showed their skills during the 2018 Harvest of Harmony parade. Each competed in the parade marching competition at the same time, during which the Aurora High School Marching Huskies earned their third consecutive first place finish in the Class B and overall best... + continue reading

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The Aurora boys cross country team has found a different gear over the past couple of weeks, and they showed that speed off Thursday at the B-3 district meet in Beatrice, winning the team title over... + continue reading

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Journalism matters, now more than ever. The theme of this year’s National Newspaper Week celebration resonates with a simple truth, a philosophy that applies at the highest level of government... + continue reading

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In a complete surprise gathering, officials with the United States Department of Agriculture and all available staff at The Leadership Center gathered in the lobby Oct. 2 to present executive... + continue reading