Wednesday, July 26, 2017
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Aurora head football coach Kyle Peterson was named Wednesday morning as the head coach for the South team for the 60th annual Shrine Bowl Game next June. Peterson was an assistant coach back in 2011... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
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Although they went into the tournament with limited bench players, the Aurora Post 42 Seniors team was ready for a rally. After winning its first two games of the tournament, they seemed ready to... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
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Summer Orientation About Rivers, more commonly known as SOAR, has been a feature of summer in Hamilton County for 26 years now, and the program continues to educate area children about the resource... + continue reading
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A large warehouse on the main street in Phillips is back in business with the recent debut of a Truly Nolen Pest Control franchise. Owner Randy Watson, a 1980 Aurora graduate and lifelong Phillips... + continue reading
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Dozens of spectators and horse-lovers alike stepped out Friday during one of the hottest days of the summer thus far to check out the 2017 Hamilton County 4-H Horse Show at Timberlake Ranch Camp.... + continue reading

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07/26/2017
Editor’s note: This article is part of a News-Register series leading up to the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse. by Kurt Johnson Law enforcement officials are gearing up for a deluge of visitors and traffic on Aug. 21, the day Hamilton County will go dark at mid-day during a rare total solar eclipse. Exactly how many people will travel to... + continue reading
07/26/2017
Despite enrollment numbers dropping Aurora into the Class C range, the Huskies will continue to compete in Class B for the time being. The Aurora school district made a formal request to the Nebraska School Activities Association to opt up into Class B in volleyball and cross country after enrollment numbers pushed Aurora down into C1. Read... + continue reading

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07/26/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Summer Orientation About Rivers, more commonly known as SOAR, has been a feature of summer in Hamilton County for 26 years now, and the program continues to educate area children about the resource they can find just a few miles behind their backyard. Read more in this week's print or e-editions.   + continue reading
07/20/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Aurora strength and conditioning coach Wade Halvorsen welcomed athletes from all across the area for the third annual Central Nebraska Performance Combine held on the Aurora football turf. Everything from height, weight, 10/40 time, vertical jump, broad jump and pro agility was tested under the scorching summer sun. + continue reading
07/19/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Are there really ghosts in Hampton? The 125-year-old Opera House building (Rickert Insurance) in Hampton welcomed visitors from the Omne Paranormal Society Saturday night after the group was invited to investigate the possibility of the unknown lurking within its walls. Chris Case is the founder of the group and the lead investigator when it... + continue reading

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07/26/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Aurora head football coach Kyle Peterson was named Wednesday morning as the head coach for the South team for the 60th annual Shrine Bowl Game next June. Peterson was an assistant coach back in 2011... + continue reading

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It’s showtime. The area’s rich, ag-based heritage will be on full display this week with the 147th version of the Hamilton County Fair. This is a highlight of the year for many area... + continue reading

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07/19/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Jeff Moyer of Rodale Institute, located about an hour northeast of Philadelphia, Penn., made a visit to Hamilton County last week to offer words of advice on soil health and the benefits of organic... + continue reading