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Friday, April 3, 2020
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This sign on Highway 34 near Memorial Community Hospital speaks volumes our how the community, state, nation and world feel about healthcare workers now serving on the front lines of the coronavirus... + continue reading
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Thursday, April 2, 2020
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Wednesday, April 1, 2020
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Two Aurora natives living in the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic sent the same warning back home this week from New York City -- take this threat seriously. Tereasa Payne and Erin Whitney... + continue reading
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Wednesday, April 1, 2020
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Even though the doors remain closed at the Edgerton Explorit Center amid coronavirus concerns, the learning hasn’t stopped. Recently, the Explorit Center began hosting “Let’s... + continue reading
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Wednesday, April 1, 2020
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The local business community is beginning to feel the impact of the global coronavirus pandemic, with many forced this week to close their doors, adjust customer communications and/or work from home... + continue reading
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04/06/2020
Central District Health Department reports a total of 56 lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Central District as of 5 p.m. Sunday, a significant increase from the prior day’s total. This does not include the number of cases being diagnosed by health care providers without COVID testing based on symptoms alone. The total also does not reflect... + continue reading
04/04/2020
Last week the Hamilton Community Foundation Board of Directors approved the creation of the HCF COVID-19 Response Fund, which is designed to help address immediate needs in the community created by the COVID-19 pandemic. “While our hospital, healthcare providers, emergency personnel, schools and local businesses are doing everything in... + continue reading

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04/01/2020 - 0 comment(s)
Downtown Aurora tore a page from the past Saturday with a steady stream of cars “Cruisin’ the Square” as a response to restrictive COVID-19 social distancing protocol. Despite a steady rain, teachers lined the street in parked cars, smiling to students passing by, while people of all ages honked and waved, stirring nostalgia... + continue reading
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04/01/2020 - 0 comment(s)
Though Aurora Public Schools students had classes called before the end of spring break about two weeks ago, it took some time to get an online enrichment protocol in place. Students finally saw the beginnings of their new normal, online education, start up on March 23. “The implementation of our online enrichment plan is going well,... + continue reading
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04/01/2020 - 0 comment(s)
When most families look out of the window in the morning and see sticky, heavy snow it is met with complaints about shoveling and scraping, but not the Krueger family. A glance out at the winter wonderland sends Doug, Cami and their daughter Jayke into a creative frenzy to bring their newest snow creation to life. “It started quite a few... + continue reading

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04/02/2020 - 0 comment(s)
The NSAA has cancelled the remainder of Spring events for the 2020 season. In accordance with Wednesday's new Directed Health Measure by Gov. Pete Ricketts, the NSAA canceled all remaining... + continue reading

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04/01/2020 - 0 comment(s)
“Cruisin’ the Square” never felt so good. Though many folks driving around Aurora’s downtown square have likely never participated in that particular ritual, the emotions... + continue reading

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04/01/2020 - 0 comment(s)
A large topic of discussion during the Governor’s Ag Conference in Kearney March 9-10 was that of emerging markets in the Nebraska agricultural sector. Audience members were treated to a full... + continue reading