Friday, February 16, 2018
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Giltner came oh so close to upending Red Cloud (19-7) in the D2-7 subdistrict final at Minden Thursday, throttling a powerful Lady Warrior attack with tenacious defense to build a 27-20 lead heading... + continue reading
Thursday, February 15, 2018
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Two High Plains grapplers have punched tickets to the semifinals on the opening day of the Class B state wrestling tournament at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha Thursday evening. Logan Russell at... + continue reading
Thursday, February 15, 2018
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Two Aurora freshmen have punched tickets to the semifinals on the opening day of the Class B state wrestling tournament at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha Thursday morning.  Caden Svoboda at... + continue reading
Thursday, February 15, 2018
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Nebraska State Fair and Fonner Park announce a new partnership that includes renaming the swine barn and swine arena to Aurora Cooperative Pavilion. See details in Feb. 21 edition. + continue reading
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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Offices at the courthouse are used to changing hands from time to time, but some positions like the county veteran service officer have only had two individuals handle it over the last 40 years. Alan... + continue reading

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Breaking news -- Dave Long has announced he will not seek a second term as Aurora mayor. Former mayor Marlin Seeman has thrown his hat back in the ring. Watch for details on election field in all local races in this week’s ANR. + continue reading
02/14/2018
Communities can learn a great deal about themselves by studying economic and demographic trends of the area, though it can be difficult to find the resources to connect important pieces of information. The Nebraska Public Power District offers a resource to help better understand the impact changing trends can have on communities large and small... + continue reading

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Offices at the courthouse are used to changing hands from time to time, but some positions like the county veteran service officer have only had two individuals handle it over the last 40 years. Alan Vetter was the most recent of those, ending his 11-year career with the Hamilton and Clay County departments at the end of January. “I’m... + continue reading
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The Innovation Showcase featured at the Aurora Robotics Open Feb. 3 was well attended by robotics participants, parents and community members. This is the second time the showcase has taken place, in an effort to show kids in robotics and the community that there is a lot happening in the world of technology -- even in rural Aurora. “A few... + continue reading
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The weekend weather did its best to try and keep visitors away from the 24th annual Hamilton County Home & Garden Show, but was unsuccessful as scores of attendees were still able to come out to view a wide range of vendor services and products. “Overall it went very well,” said coordinator Keith Wasem. “We did notice a... + continue reading

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Two High Plains grapplers have punched tickets to the semifinals on the opening day of the Class B state wrestling tournament at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha Thursday evening. Logan Russell at... + continue reading

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Hampton area residents have reason to be proud of a new-look school that sends a very strong message about their community. Walking into a facility that features a combination of new construction... + continue reading

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Local farmer Ray Miller began transitioning into organic farming in 1999, and hasn’t looked back since. On Jan. 31, he spoke to members of the Aurora Rotary Club about what organic means, and... + continue reading