Wednesday, July 11, 2018
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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... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
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Aurora’s downtown square was filled with music and people Friday as Bands on the Bricks debuted with the first event in a six-week concert series. A crowd estimated at more than 250 people... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
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A number of Aurora youth and adult leaders took time out of their busy summer schedules to venture out to the Dallas, Texas area for some important mission work on behalf of the Aurora United... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
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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
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
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Earlier this summer, members of Aurora’s Future Problem Solvers team travelled to La Crosse, Wisc., to compete in the international competition. Sophomore Hannah Pedersen took first in the... + continue reading

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07/11/2018
The Hamilton County Board of Commissioners held three public hearings Monday regarding both the replat and rezoning of a new Valley View subdivision and a plat request to continue business at the Mariposa Lake subdivision. Planning and zoning administrator Scott Stuhr approached the board first with the Valley View Recreational Association’... + continue reading
07/11/2018
Representatives of a privately owned start-up ambulance company provided county commissioners with more depth and detail Monday of a potential solution they say offers a local alternative that will save as much as $400,000 in taxpayer money per year while providing the same quality EMS care. Gerry Picek spoke to the board nearly two months after... + continue reading

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A summer concert series made its debut Friday in Aurora, drawing a crowd of 250-300 people to the downtown square for the first of six Bands on the Bricks events. The Nathan Dean Band of Phoenix kicked off the series. For reaction to the event, see this week's ANR. + continue reading
07/03/2018 - 0 comment(s)
The night was black and cloudless, but a large blaze created by a billowing machine shed fire provided a gleaming beacon to passersby. A metal machine shed, owned by Kyle and Stacy Berck of Marquette, caught fire and was destroyed in the early morning hours on Thursday. The cause of the fire was determined to be improper disposal of used... + continue reading
07/03/2018 - 0 comment(s)
Sixteen young people spent a week exploring the area countryside June 18-22 in a growing program designed to offer a more advanced study of the great outdoors. For more details, see this week's print or e-edition.   + continue reading

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I stood at the finish line ready for a photo as the 400 relay came down the stretch at the Central Nebraska Track Championships in April. I wanted that shot, on the offchance that the Giltner Lady... + continue reading

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Fifty years after the late Irv Wedeking helped create the vision for a youth ag training facility in Aurora, The Leadership Center celebrates its golden anniversary on a campus that has come to... + continue reading

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The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension services provided a free weed management and cover crops field day June 27 featuring unique demonstrations for nearly 120 participants during which... + continue reading