Thursday, September 20, 2018
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A week full of Aurora-GINW battles continued Tuesday as the volleyball teams squared off in Aurora. The Lady Huskies battled back on several occasions, but didn't have enough in a four-set loss... + continue reading
Thursday, September 20, 2018
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The Aurora cross country teams were on the move again Tuesday, competing in the Grand Island Senior High meet at Centura Hills Golf Course. Both the boys and girls teams finished runner-up in the... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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Giltner resident Perry Hosier sits confidently above the street, perched upon an old silver gas tank that belongs to his biggest passion project -- a 1924 Model TT, or “ton truck,” that... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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Aurora and Giltner EMS personnel gathered Thursday night in one of the four Simulation In Motion-Nebraska (SIMNE) trucks in Nebraska to receive real-life scenario training. “We are going to do... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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Aurora’s own Top Gun feels grounded now, in more ways than one. Having spent the last 10 years flying jets for the United States Navy, local native Brett Mitchell recently moved back to... + continue reading

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09/19/2018
The November 2018 primary elections are just seven weeks away, meaning preparations have been made and names are officially on ballots. According to Hamilton County Election Commissioner Jill DeMers the election process itself will remain similar to what it has been in past years, however there are a few contested positions amongst different... + continue reading
09/19/2018
The Aurora City Council approved its 2018-19 fiscal budget last week which includes funding for four “major projects,” though no allowance was made for a fire-based ambulance system. The four projects include funding for a new municipal water well, a sanitary sewer expansion, improvements at Mitchell Field and a columnbarium facility... + continue reading

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Aurora’s own Top Gun feels grounded now, in more ways than one. Having spent the last 10 years flying jets for the United States Navy, local native Brett Mitchell recently moved back to Nebraska where he and his wife, Katie, are excited to raise their son and start a new life, together, here in Aurora. Mitchell had a job waiting for him... + continue reading
09/15/2018 - 0 comment(s)
Aurora and Grand Island Northwest added a new twist to an age-old rivalry, dubbing Friday's clash on the gridiron the inaugural "Sledgehammer Game."  Aurora students lined the sidelines with shirts that said, "Sink the Ship," while Northwest students sported shirts saying "Beat Aurora." After the Huskies rode... + continue reading
09/15/2018 - 0 comment(s)
Another solid week for area teams resulted in a total 2-1 record in week four of the high school football season. Aurora earned a hard-fought victory over its lone Class B counterpart, visiting GINW while OHP and Giltner also battled on the road. Listed are all area teams and the scores of those games with the winning team in bold: Aurora... + continue reading

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09/20/2018 - 0 comment(s)
A week full of Aurora-GINW battles continued Tuesday as the volleyball teams squared off in Aurora. The Lady Huskies battled back on several occasions, but didn't have enough in a four-set loss... + continue reading

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09/19/2018 - 0 comment(s)
A traditional fall routine may be anything but routine this year as area farmers prepare to bring in a bountiful crop on roads heavily saturated by rain. Local natives learned long ago never to... + continue reading

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One of the many highlights over the three-day course of this year’s Husker Harvest Days was a presentation by Farm Futures senior grain market analyst Bryce Knorr on the “Grain Market... + continue reading