Friday, November 9, 2018
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Aurora's Baylor Scheierman broke Scott Frost's total yards state record (3,729) in Friday night's 35-10 win over Wahoo. The Huskies won their 12th straight game in the semi-final rematch... + continue reading
Friday, November 9, 2018
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Leah Shoshanah wowed the crowd of around 16 Thursday night when she performed during the house concert at Bent Shadows. For a detailed story, see this week's print or e-edition. + continue reading
Thursday, November 8, 2018
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Hamilton County residents awakened Thursday to the season's first measurable snow. Though there is still corn to be picked in the fields and football to be played on the turf, it appears winter... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
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Giltner Public School and the Giltner Area Development Corporation joined togther for a second year of the Giltner Veteran's Day Program held Wednesday afternoon at GHS, honoring military... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
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The sign on the wall says “It Takes a Village to Raise a Bar.” Butch and LaShara Nuss, long-time owners of the Sit N Bull Saloon in Giltner, hung that sign with pride several years ago... + continue reading

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11/07/2018
As the final tallies rolled in for the 2018 general election, Hamilton County election official Jill DeMers took a brief break to comment on the overall nature of the election and voter turnout. “The weather was great and we had a lot of people at the polls,” DeMers began. “We had a great turnout. There were people in line... + continue reading
11/07/2018
Nebraska Tourism’s newly selected state slogan has been getting a lot of attention -- both in the national media and locally. The News-Register staff reached out to those in Hamilton County to see what the overall opinion of the people was and the following testimonies of willing volunteers reflect an overall positive opinion on “... + continue reading

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The sign on the wall says “It Takes a Village to Raise a Bar.” Butch and LaShara Nuss, long-time owners of the Sit N Bull Saloon in Giltner, hung that sign with pride several years ago believing that the community’s support was in fact a key ingredient to its success. The Sit N Bull name outside on the building is still the same... + continue reading
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Aurora responded to a first-quarter challenge from a physical Gothenburg team in the second round of the C1 football playoffs Friday, scoring on every first-half possession en route to a 54-20 win that puts the Huskies one game away from a state championship bid. Read more in this week's print or e-editions.   + continue reading
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Originally from Montana, Navy veteran Art Van Luchene moved to Aurora with his wife after the completion of his many years of military service. Despite the number of years past, Van Luchene expressed heartily that he would do over again in a heartbeat. “If they called tomorrow, I’d go with a smile on my face,” Van Luchene said... + continue reading

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It seemed, even for just a moment, that the Giltner Lady Hornets had fended off a fourth match point and werejust three points away from tying up the fifth set. As the Lady Hornets began to cheer... + continue reading

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America tipped its hat in unity this week, thanking any and all who are now or have ever worn a United States military uniform. That sense of unity in and of itself is so powerful, especially at a... + continue reading

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What started out as a fiber-to-the-home initiative has now spread to rural locations to become what some are calling “fiber-to-the-farm.” Hamilton Telecommunications announced last year... + continue reading