Wednesday, June 19, 2019
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It's beginning to look a lot like A'ROR'N Days on the downtown square. Members of the Aurora football team showed up in force Wednesday morning to help move bleachers into position for a... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
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Max Wiarda was the hero Aurora Cooperative Juniors needed Friday night. In a back and forth game that featured several swings of momentum, Wiarda came up with a clutch walk-off single in the seventh... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
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Operation Shine Camp, a weekend-long summer camp experience for children on the Autism spectrum across Nebraska, has come and gone for the fifth time since its inaugural year in 2014. This go around... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
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Jim and Marni Jo Danhauer opened JoJo’s Gelato as a seasonal eatery four years ago with a goal of one day expanding to a year-round operation. That day has come. The Danhauers announced plans... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
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There was something to do for people of all ages Saturday during the Giltner Daze celebration. According to Gary Consbruck, although the GADC would always hope to see a few more people in town for... + continue reading

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06/19/2019
The Nebraska Department of Roads has announced that crews will begin working again on the Hwy 34 bridge west of Aurora Friday, reducing traffic to one lane for approximately two weeks. Crews will also be working on the Highway 34 road to Hampton later this week or next. + continue reading
06/19/2019
Thirty years after A’ROR’N Days became part of the local summer calendar it’s time for “A birthday bash” as the four-day celebration is set to unfold yet again. The planning committee has been busy planning the event for months, inviting alumni and local businesses and organizations to join the fun. This year’s... + continue reading

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Jim and Marni Jo Danhauer opened JoJo’s Gelato as a seasonal eatery four years ago with a goal of one day expanding to a year-round operation. That day has come. The Danhauers announced plans this week to remove the pergola and outdoor seating along Highway 34 where their food trailer has been set up during the summer months, replacing it... + continue reading
06/16/2019 - 0 comment(s)
In what was likely Dayne Hinrichs' final organized football game, the former Giltner Hornet went 5 for 11 for 115 yards and three touchdowns to earn offensive most valuable player honors for the West team that won 34-22 in the Sertoma 8-man All-Star Classic played Saturday at Hastings College. More coverage on Hinrichs' MVP day will be in... + continue reading
06/16/2019 - 0 comment(s)
People of all ages converged to the Giltner community over the weekend for the second edition of Giltner Daze celebration. The weekend was kickstarted with an alumni banquet Friday night before a fun-filled day Saturday. There was something for everyone to do Saturday, whether it was the first-ever kids bike parade, volleyball tournament and a... + continue reading

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The Aurora Pinnacle Bank Seniors bounced back after a pair of losses to post two wins at the York Cornerstone Classic over the weekend. Aurora picked up a 4-2 win over York Sunday that followed a 5-... + continue reading

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Former Huskies, friends and family members returning to Aurora for the annual A’ROR’N Days celebration may notice a lot of changes in the old hometown. To Husky graduates back for their... + continue reading

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Nebraska lawmakers approved a bill this session that will permit the growth and cultivation of industrial hemp in Nebraska. Giltner resident Andrew Bish of Bish Enterprises has been a supporter of... + continue reading