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Wed
28
Nov

Lilie Jack Boutique finds more permanent home downtown

A sideline clothing venture took a significant step forward this month when Lilie Jack Boutique established a more permanent home in downtown Aurora.
Partners Heather Keasling and Jordan Timm have been selling a variety of merchandise for several years now, enjoying their time together while pursuing a creating outlet. A year or so ago they added boutique clothing to their inventory, gaining so much support that they now have a spot to showcase their wares in the Old Homestead on the north side of the square.
To read more, please see this week's print or e-edition. 

Wed
28
Nov

Falcons provide home-schooled athletes competition, life lessons

The Central Nebraska Falcons (CNF) are home-school based basketball teams that offer young athletes, both male and female in grades sixth through 12, the chance to play.
To read more about the Falcons, see this week's print or e-edition. 

Wed
28
Nov

Santa Claus to visit children in downtown Aurora Saturday

Some of Aurora’s own local businesses are set to receive visits from the big man on Saturday.
Santa himself plans to visit a handful of locations at different times, making himself readily available for all the milk, cookies and pictures with children.
To read more about Santa's stops and for a list of all locations, please see this week's print or e-edition. 

Wed
28
Nov

Penner reflects on memorable D.C. visit

Long-time Aurora resident Shari Penner, National Program Manager for Heroes With Hearing Loss, recently returned from a special visit to Washington, D.C. and the White House as part of a conference supporting veterans and military families through the state and federal partnership.
To read more, please see this week's print or e-edition.

 

Wed
28
Nov

Demolition begins at Hamilton Manor

The first phase of demolition work began this week at the Hamilton Manor, where crews expect to remove all remaining asbestos material by the end of the year.
To read more about the next steps regarding the Hamilton Manor, please see this week's print or e-edition.
 

Wed
28
Nov

Hampton Show Choir makes encore appearance

After watching the TV show Glee last year, Hampton senior Treavar Pekar got the idea of trying to bring back the disbanded show choir and it worked. 
To read more, please see this week's print or e-edition.

Wed
28
Nov

HPC to add members to Hall of Fame

During the intermission between the girls and boys basketball games on Friday, High Plains Community schools will be holding its hall of fame induction ceremony. 
To read more about those being inducted, please see this week's print or e-edition. 

Wed
28
Nov

Carlstrom receives Quilt of Valor

During the Veteran’s Day program at High Plains Community Schools Nov. 12, veteran Dennis Carlstrom received a Quilt of Valor from his very own great-niece, Delaney Carlstrom.
Delaney introduced both her great-uncle and the quilt by starting her speech with a message of pride.
To read more, see this week's print or e-edition.

Wed
21
Nov

Reichardts introduce Sizing Down Weight Loss & Wellness

Missy Reichardt, who began her own weight loss journey in March with a program called Ideal Protein, had such a good experience that she has launched her own program based on the medically designed weight loss protocol.
A native of Aurora, Reichardt explained that when she and her husband Kirk realized there is no program available locally specifically designed to help people lose weight, they saw an opportunity. That realization led to the August launch of Sizing Down Weight Loss and Wellness, a new business based in Kirk’s dental practice just off the downtown square.

Read more in this week's print or e-editions.

 

Wed
21
Nov

Commissioners consider going all-mail for 2020

Monday’s Hamilton County Board of Commissioners meeting started off with discussion on the general election as well as a request for commissioners to reconsider the option of going to an all-mail election for the next round of voting in 2020.
This request was made my Hamilton County Clerk Jill DeMers, who said this year’s general election went very well.

Read more in this week's print or e-editions.

 

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