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Wed
13
May

After-school group talks business

Students in the Wacky Wednesday after-school program got a crash course in business last week, visiting one of Aurora’s largest employers to learn about technology as well as career opportunities in their own hometown. For the full story, see this week's News-Register.

Wed
13
May

Congressman Smith shares his faith during morning breakfast

Before the sun even rose Thursday, community members gathered together at The Leadership Center to kick off the National Day of Prayer events with a prayer breakfast featuring guest speaker Congressman Adrian Smith. For the full story, see this week's News-Register.

Wed
13
May

Three more teachers resign from 4R district

Three letters of resignation were turned in and read at Monday’s Aurora 4R School Board meeting. High school teacher Baili Klein, middle school teacher Jennifer Arndt and elementary reading teacher Teresa Erickson all turned in their resignations. For a detailed story, see this week's News-Register.

Wed
13
May

Former city hall site to be put up for sale in Hampton

Hampton village leaders decided Monday to sell the main street lot that previously housed city hall, setting an opening bid at $4,500 and adding a stipulation that a new structure be completed within 18 months of the sale. For a detailed story, see this week's News-Register.
 

Wed
06
May

Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

Saturday, May 9, will be the Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food drive. Just leave a non-perishable food donation in a bag by your mailbox this Saturday and your letter carrier will do the rest! These donations go directly to the local food pantry.

Wed
06
May

Learning all about business resources

Local entrepreneurs and employees received a crash course in business last week, learning about resources available for anyone looking to start up a new business, sell the business they’ve owned for years, and everything in between.

To read more, see this week's print or editions.

Wed
06
May

Ownership still the main decision for the future of Hamilton Manor

After a third joint meeting was held Thursday between the Hamilton Manor Board of Trustees and the Hamilton County Board of Commissioners, future ownership of the Manor again stood out as the leading decision that needs to be made in order to move forward.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

Wed
06
May

Two sites suggested for Marquette post office

The when and where haven’t  yet been determined, but it’s pretty much a sure thing that Marquette will be getting its post office back later this year.
That news was relayed to Marquette residents last month by U.S. Postal Service real estate specialist Bobbi Hergenreter and Central City Postmaster Ed Garcia during a special meeting of the Marquette Village Board.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

Wed
29
Apr

Brandl earns Eagle Scout honor through exhibit community project

There’s been a robot driving around on another planet for 11 years.
The Mars rover, named ‘Opportunity’, has been roaming the Red Planet since 2004 and is labeled as one of the most successful scientific missions and feats ever done.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

Wed
29
Apr

Olsufka cleans up cemetery to earn Eagle Scout

When it comes to community projects, just ask an Eagle Scout about them. In order to reach that high honor, they each have to better their community in some way.
Nathan Olsufka of Troop 28 in Aurora received his Eagle Scout honors on March 12 in the same manner -- by completing a community project and as well as a lot of paperwork to go along with it.

To read more, see this week's print or e-editions.

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