Friday, June 14, 2019
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Many golfers dream of it, but fewer get the chance to live it out. Caleb Badura had that chance Friday.  The Aurora native and Northwestern College sophomore-to-be golfer made it look easy on... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
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Community members and visitors alike were treated to a fun-packed weekend in Hampton full of delicious food and activities for all ages. Hampton Booster Days coordinator Corbin Fagan noted how even... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
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Grand Island’s Habitat for Humanity project recently celebrated a construction milestone, completing its 100th home in their service area, all to be given to hardworking and deserving members... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
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The Aurora Pinnacle Bank Seniors Post 42 Seniors team put together a flawless week on the diamond. Over a three-game stretch, Aurora scored 41 runs that featured victories over Minden 20-9, PWG 16-2... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
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With the sentencing of the man responsible for the death of Trevor Sok, his family took a moment to share their memories and the impact he had on those who knew him. Trevor, a 2017 Giltner High... + continue reading

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06/11/2019
Dist. 34 Sen. Curt Friesen used blunt language in a town hall meeting summarizing this year’s legislative session, suggesting that it’s time to change the narrative and talk about school consolidation as a way to help provide property tax relief. Speaking to a small group of business leaders Thursday in Aurora, Friesen expressed... + continue reading
06/11/2019
It’ll be an 80s themed party south of the Interstate in Giltner this weekend. After moving its annual event to June a year ago, the second edition of Giltner Daze is set for plenty of festivities Friday and Saturday. “Last year was pretty well attended, but we’d always like to get more into town,” GADC president Gary... + continue reading

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The Aurora City Council approved two new housing subdivisions Tuesday, one near Poco Creek Golf Course and the other near the new nursing home. For more details, see next week's print or e-editions. + continue reading
06/04/2019 - 0 comment(s)
Cade Reichardt is almost always wearing an ear-to-ear grin. The moments that he doesn’t are few and far between. As the now Aurora graduate pulled his football helmet off for what is in all likelihood the final time Saturday at the Nebraska Shrine Bowl, the smile was still there. His trimmed haircut was wet, but still in pristine condition... + continue reading
06/04/2019 - 0 comment(s)
As live music pumped through the streets, small and unassuming Hordville, Nebraska, was the place to be Saturday night. The crowd was alive, buzzing with friends, food, refreshments and the excited charge of live music on a gorgeous evening that had been long awaited during what seemed like a pattern of downpours. To Justin Blase, event sponsor... + continue reading

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06/14/2019 - 0 comment(s)
Many golfers dream of it, but fewer get the chance to live it out. Caleb Badura had that chance Friday.  The Aurora native and Northwestern College sophomore-to-be golfer made it look easy on... + continue reading

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06/12/2019 - 0 comment(s)
The Betterhalf has always been a student of exercise and rarely misses at least one daily walk despite Nebraska weather. Generally our dogs accompany her jaunts, but sometimes she does let me tag... + continue reading

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06/12/2019 - 0 comment(s)
Giltner farmer Ron Hunnicutt didn’t expect much when he entered an online drawing as part of Agronomy Week 2019, sponsored by DEKALB seed. Generally, Hunnicutt doesn’t enter things like... + continue reading