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Thursday, October 17, 2019
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Aurora senior Danica Badura made her dream come true Tuesday as she carded a 1-over par 73 on a windy day for golf, following up an even par round Monday, to win her first-ever state golf... + continue reading
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Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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Six Hamilton County veterans were treated to a welcome home they might never forget. The Wednesday evening celebration took place at the Central Nebraska Regional Airport in Grand Island and came at... + continue reading
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Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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After working in the heating and air conditioning trade for many years Travis Stuhmer has ventured out on his own, establishing Trico Heating and Air. Stuhmer and his family live in northern... + continue reading
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Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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The smile on Eva Farhnbruch’s face as she rounded second base was right out of Christmas morning. The freshman’s three-run homer in the top of the eighth helped keep Aurora’s... + continue reading
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Students of both Hampton Public School and Hampton Lutheran are using their senses to explore the world around them in an outdoor skills program. Led by Nebraska Extension and 4-H leader Hillary... + continue reading
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10/16/2019
The Hampton School Board voted unanimously Monday to continue its 6-man football program for the next two-year cycle, declining an opportunity to create a football-only cooperative with High Plains Community School. The issue has been talked about for months in light of declining participation in the Hawk’s high school football program, and... + continue reading
10/16/2019
The Aurora City Council denied a preliminary plat request last week involving a piece of property along Highway 14, citing a recommendation from the city’s planning commission. Adam Darbro, the city’s planning and zoning administrator, explained to the council at its Oct. 8 meeting that Gail Rath had expressed interest in purchasing a... + continue reading

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Six Hamilton County veterans were treated to a welcome home they might never forget. The Wednesday evening celebration took place at the Central Nebraska Regional Airport in Grand Island and came at the end of the final three-day Hall County Hero Flight to Washington, D.C. The program to welcome home Alan Brown, Ramer Fassnacht, Roger Salmon,... + continue reading
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Construction crews were busy installing new guardrails along the Highway 34 bridge on the east side of Aurora Monday as one of the final phases of completion on the $4.9 million project. + continue reading
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The Aurora Huskies continued its dominance on the defensive side of the ball Friday night, holding Boone Central/Newman Grove to 7 points and carrying the flag for area teams. OHP had a bye this week while Giltner and Hampton lost home games.  Listed are all area teams and the scores of those games with the winning team in bold: Aurora... + continue reading

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So is Nebraska’s new $155 football facility something for Husker fans to get excited about? Is it a facility that is much needed, or simply much wanted? Is it for student-athletes already on... + continue reading

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Over the years we discovered a household can become  a collection of heirlooms. Families will discover that when the subject of “downsizing” comes up. A few months ago the... + continue reading

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Though not a native to Hamilton County, Aurora’s newest ag teacher Sarah Cordonier has made her niche here with a number of weeks under her belt in her first year of teaching. Born and raised... + continue reading