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Tue
09
Apr

NRD open house sheds light on proposed new water plans

Interested or concerned residents, farmers and water system professionals gathered in a brightly lit conference room last week in York to discuss something of importance -- water. More specifically, those in attendance gathered to learn about ways they can help both quality and quantity of the water in the Upper Big Blue Natural Resource District (UBBNRD). Find out more in this week's ANR.

 

Tue
09
Apr

Community input needed on steakhouse decision

Community input is being sought after again in an online survey, this time for something some residents have been wanting for some time -- a steakhouse.
A committee of Aurora community members is asking for those interested to complete a short, nine question survey regarding their overall interest in an upscale restaurant and microbrewery to be potentially located in Aurora. Details in this week's ANR.

 

Tue
09
Apr

Lady Huskies battle back for first victory

In the first two seasons for the Aurora girls soccer program, the Lady Huskies lost two games against Schuyler with a 6-1 combined score.
Saturday afternoon, the Aurora squad picked up its first win over one of Class B’s perennial teams. Details in this week's ANR>

 

Tue
09
Apr

Sandhill Cranes weather storm

The hard winter freeze and spring flooding that devastated much of Nebraska had little effect on hundreds of thousands of Sandhill Cranes making their annual stop along the Platte River.
The migration season came later this year than usual and is now winding down, but while it lasted the views were as spectacular as ever, according to organizers at the Ian Nicholson Audubon Center at Rowe Sanctuary near Gibbon.

 

Tue
09
Apr

Heroes and Huskies gears up for fourth flight to D.C.

A group of veterans gathered at the front of the classroom last week for the annual Heroes and Huskies military experiences panel discussion as part of the project’s fourth installment. For more details, see this week's ANR.

 

 

Tue
09
Apr

Manor property auction takes another pause

Though many thought all conversations regarding the property once laying claim to the Hamilton Manor were over, it seems another minor obstacle has delayed its progress toward a final sale. For an update, see this week's ANR.

 

Tue
09
Apr

Edgerton, Chamber rolling out Easter Extravaganza

An Easter favorite among the youngsters is back again this year with a couple new twists and hidden nuggets.

Tue
09
Apr

Olsen turns hobby into a business

Micheala Olsen is bringing a one-of-a-kind style of art to the community with her new business, Layla Designs Co. Get the full scoop in this week's ANR.

 

Tue
09
Apr

Pfeifer earns community service recognition

Long-time News-Register managing editor Laurie Pfeifer was honored Saturday as the Harpst Leadership Award winner for her decades of leadership and service to the community. Complete story in this week's ANR.

 

Tue
09
Apr

Inventure Day builds entrepreneurial spirit in area youth

Hamilton County sixth graders from Aurora, Giltner and Hampton got a hands-on experience on how to build a business March 29 during a Nebraska Extension program, aptly named “Inventure Day.”

 

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