Wednesday, July 18, 2018
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A mixture of blue, yellow, green and red caps bobbed up and down the Platte River on Thursday afternoon. Underneath the caps were SOAR campers enjoying their last day of camp with sandcastles, kites... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 18, 2018
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The fall sports season is quickly approaching as team camps continue to play out across the area. Aurora volleyball hosted a camp Monday at three different locations with several area teams honing... + continue reading
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Though relatively new to the groundskeeping job at the fairgrounds, the Parker family said that they always wanted to do it. “We were totally like ‘We want to do it,’” said... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 18, 2018
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Carol Robotham sits at her scrapbooking table that is scattered with photos. Each time a recollection called for it, she would hold the photo and glean the memories they contained. Robotham, a 95-... + continue reading
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Deb Miller started her photography journey taking pictures of her kids, but as she began to get more involved in photography she tied her love of nature and photography together and now shoots more... + continue reading

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07/18/2018
An Omaha-based medical transport company touts its track record in other communities and its regional network of EMS personnel and ambulances as reasons why it would be a good choice for Hamilton County. Midwest Medical Transport Company is one of three alternatives now being proposed to replace the existing county-owned and managed EMS system,... + continue reading
07/18/2018
The Aurora EMS Study Committee met Monday to discuss the details of the open house to be held Thursday from 6-8 at the Bremer Center. The open house will serve as a way for community members to answer any questions they may have about the EMS proposal that the committee, which has met 11 times, has been working on the past few months. A draft of... + continue reading

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07/16/2018 - 0 comment(s)
Aurora hosted a volleyball camp Monday with varsity, JV and reserve matches happening all across town. A total of 12 teams were in attendance, with Centura earning a first place finish by defeating Beatrice. Both Aurora and Hampton participated in pool play throughout the day. + continue reading
07/11/2018 - 0 comment(s)
The late Irv Wedeking had a vision in 1968 to build a permanent home for FFA leadership training, a dream which came true years ago and still continues to evolve on a sprawling campus at the east edge of Aurora. As the Leadership Center marks its 50th anniversary in 2018, many current and former board members and employees marvel at the initial... + continue reading
07/11/2018 - 0 comment(s)
It just wasn’t meant to be. The Aurora Cooperative Juniors played a pair of games and were eliminated from the Class B, Area 4 tournament over the weekend in Fairbury. Aurora, playing as the No. 8 seed, opened the tournament against top-seeded Central City and struggled to score in an 11-0 loss Friday afternoon. Read more in this week... + continue reading

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07/18/2018 - 0 comment(s)
 Don’t get me wrong. I love the months of June and July, but to be honest, I’m tired of the heat, I’m tired of the humidity and I’m tired of those darn mosquitos. Can... + continue reading

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07/18/2018 - 0 comment(s)
Two thumbs up to the new Bands on the Bricks concert series unfolding this summer in Aurora. There was a lot of energy on the downtown square for the debut event and the reaction from the crowd was... + continue reading

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07/11/2018 - 0 comment(s)
With the Hamilton County Fair just a few weeks away, it is to no surprise that many renovations and improvements are being made to the entirety of the fairgrounds. Allen Charlton, one of many... + continue reading