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Monday, November 11, 2019
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Hawk alumni Jodi Jefferson was the guest speaker at a Veteran's Day program in Hampton, where local veterans shared shared details about their time in uniform. + continue reading
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Friday, November 8, 2019
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Aurora's football season came to a disappointing end Friday as the Huskies fell to No. 1-seed Adams Central, 17-0. For complete game coverage, see this week's ANR. Click the link to view... + continue reading
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Thursday, November 7, 2019
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Giltner entered what was a deep Class D2 field at the state volleyball tournament with hopes of upsetting the top seed on opening day. Lawrence-Nelson had other ideas.  The Raiders swept the... + continue reading
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Wednesday, November 6, 2019
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Aurora mayor and veteran Marlin Seeman will be honored Nov. 16 during the Nebraska versus Wisconsin football game as the game’s sentinel. Instead of sitting in his seat with wife Nancy, he will... + continue reading
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While collecting wild seed is a core component of the Prairie Plains Resource Institute’s restoration program, so too is an on-site greenhouse that allows the staff to grow their own prairie... + continue reading
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11/06/2019
Now that a definite chill has entered the air in Hamilton County it might be time to start thinking about the last remaining holidays before the start of a brand new year. Aurora Chamber of Commerce Coordinator Justise Rhoden voiced an enthusiastic reminder to local community members during an interview Wednesday to register to participate in... + continue reading
11/06/2019
Student scores for the Nebraska Student-Centered Assessment System (NSCAS) have officially been released as of October, and reflect positive scores for the 4R district. Curriculum Director Desiree Teahon took time to reflect on the scoring system, as well as the district’s performance, during last month’s school board meeting. In a... + continue reading

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Aurora mayor and veteran Marlin Seeman will be honored Nov. 16 during the Nebraska versus Wisconsin football game as the game’s sentinel. Instead of sitting in his seat with wife Nancy, he will be just a short distance away posted next to the POW/MIA chair for the duration of the matchup in Lincoln. The university is currently in its second... + continue reading
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For the first time since 2015, the Giltner volleyball team is headed for the state tournament.  The Lady Hornets took care of business in the D2-7 district final against Nebraska Christian, winning in four sets, 25-8, 22-25, 25-22 and 25-14.  Giltner was in full control during the first set, taking at 10-5 lead and at one point... + continue reading
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The Aurora volleyball team won the opening set against Hastings, but the Tigers took the next three to defeat the Lady Huskies in four sets, 22-25, 25-21, 25-18 and 25-20.  A balanced attack early from Aurora gave them an 18-13 advantage before Paxtyn Dummer finished things off for Aurora, 25-22.  Hastings took the lead early in... + continue reading

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Giltner entered what was a deep Class D2 field at the state volleyball tournament with hopes of upsetting the top seed on opening day. Lawrence-Nelson had other ideas.  The Raiders swept the... + continue reading

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Why isn’t wind proposal put to countywide vote? Dear Editor: We live in the country but seems the city is coming to us, and for sure we don’t want wind turbines anywhere close to us.... + continue reading

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The ag program at High Plains Community School has made many changes to its curriculum to bring the students a hands-on and realistic way to learn about all aspects of the agriculture industry. Ag... + continue reading