Monday, June 25, 2018
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Saturday's busy A'ROR'N Days agenda included a colorful new finale as the fireworks display usually planned for the Fourth of July was lit off earlier than usual this year. The event was... + continue reading
Saturday, June 23, 2018
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A combination of good weather, good pancakes and some aircraft you don't often get to see up close drew a huge crowd to the Aurora Airport Saturday. The Aurora Optimist Club served several... + continue reading
Saturday, June 23, 2018
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The weather could not have been better Saturday for the granddaddy event of the annual A'ROR'N Days celebration, the Jim Schneider Memorial Parade. Pictured here is one of the many floats... + continue reading
Friday, June 22, 2018
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Rowan and Makinlee Sabata drive thier police car through the A'ROR'N Days kids parade Thursday as part of Family Night on the square.  + continue reading
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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A mobile food pantry, sponsored by Farm Credit Services of America and Food Bank for the Heartland, was held at The Leadership Center Monday night. Employees from the FCS office in Grand Island... + continue reading

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06/21/2018
Area shutterbugs are invited once again to share to their photographic talents in the annual News-Register/Hamilton Telecommunications amateur photo contest. Categories for the 2018 contest are similar to previous years, with four main categories inviting photographers to point their lens toward our community in various ways. The four categories... + continue reading
06/15/2018
Food Bank for the Heartland is partnering with FCSAmerica to host a mobile food pantry in Aurora on Monday, June 18 from 4-6 p.m. at The Leadership Center, 2211 Q Street, Aurora.   + continue reading

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The Plainsman Museum presented the Hamilton County Heritage Night on June 11, with dramatic readings, an immigrant speaker, and a spread of historical objects relevant to Hamilton County. The night began with four speakers reading excerpts from writings and interviews of Hamilton pioneer settlers. The readings illustrated impactful moments of... + continue reading
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One year after announcing plans to install an all-fiber network throughout its trade territory, Hamilton Telecommunications reports progress in one of the company’s major milestone endeavors. The Aurora-based telecommunications company set a goal to install high-speed fiber optics to nearly 5,000 area customers in a three- to five-year... + continue reading
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The 1st Street paving project is moving into the final phase of construction now with the street itself having been poured allowing crews to begin working on approaches and intersections to connecting streets. City Administrator Rick Melcher reported that the project is scheduled to be completed by late August, though barring any weather delays... + continue reading

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This week’s sports section has me extremely excited for football. I’ll take any excuse to talk pigskin in the middle of June. The community of Aurora was one of several stops on the... + continue reading

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It’s showtime in A-Town. Aurora will simultaneously hit the pause and go buttons this week with a celebration that has evolved into an annual highlight of the summer. If you want something to... + continue reading

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The Hamilton County fairgrounds horse corrals welcomed a handful of horses and interested onlookers to a special equine muscle therapy presentation June 13-14. Gary Wells, expert equine muscle... + continue reading