Saturday, February 16, 2019
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High Plains coach Norm Manstedt was centerstage for a moment following Logan Russell's loss in the Class D 106 finals.  The 50-year HPC coach, who is retiring from coaching, received a... + continue reading
Saturday, February 16, 2019
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High Plains senior Logan Russell had his sights set on a third straight Class D championship, but Plainview's Eli Lanham had other ideas.  Lanham caught Russell in a near fall with less... + continue reading
Saturday, February 16, 2019
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Aurora's Carter Pursley and Trevor Kluck each won bronze medals while Seth Wonch and Caden Svoboda both finished fourth in their respective classes Saturday morning at the state wrestling... + continue reading
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High Plains junior Dylan Soule finished Championship Saturday strong, earning a third place finish at 160 with a pair of victories.  Soule picked up an 8-0 major decision over Alizae... + continue reading
Friday, February 15, 2019
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A successful Friday afternoon and evening clinched medals all around for the Aurora wrestling team as all four of its state qualifying wrestlers got the job done.  Trevor Kluck, Seth Wonch... + continue reading

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02/15/2019
The City of Aurora Public Water System triggered a Level 2 assessment in November of 2018 due to the presence of total coliform bacteria within 1 routine water sample and 1 repeat water sample. The following press release was issued Friday: The assessment required a continuous disinfection of the system for 90 Days while maintaining a chlorine... + continue reading
02/13/2019
Aurora School Board member Kirk Penner read onto record during Monday’s meeting a memorandum of understanding in regards to a proposed building expansion and renovation sought by a local community group. “The community group is requesting approval from the Aurora Board of Education to utilize school land for the building of a new... + continue reading

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High Plains senior Logan Russell has a chance to join an exclusive club by winning his third state championship Saturday after clinching a spot with a win in the semifinals Friday night.  Russell earned a 6-1 decision in the semis to clinch a spot in this third consecutive Class D finals match. Russell will take on Plainview's Eli... + continue reading
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A trio of Huskies survived the first two rounds of wrestlebacks Friday afternoon on day two of the state wrestling tournament. Trevor Kluck, Seth Wonch and Carter Pursley all won their respective second round  matches and will compete in tonight's consolation semifinals.  Kluck earned a third period pinfall over Columbus Scotus... + continue reading
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Giltner fans had a little extra reason to cheer Thursday at the subdistrict final girls basketball game in Grand Island, and they had some help in the process. The Gretna cheerleading squad had asked for permission to practice at the Giltner school the day before the state cheerleading competition began. When the cheerleaders learned that Giltner... + continue reading

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High Plains coach Norm Manstedt was centerstage for a moment following Logan Russell's loss in the Class D 106 finals.  The 50-year HPC coach, who is retiring from coaching, received a... + continue reading

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This community owes a debt of gratitude to the volunteers who willingly risk their lives to protect people and property from the ravages of fire. Fighting fires is always a risky business, but when... + continue reading

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Growing up, Andrew Willis knew from a very young age that agriculture was where he felt at home. Despite it skipping a generation, with his father Dan Willis owning the town’s jewelry store,... + continue reading