Friday, October 13, 2017
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Aurora lost a heart-breaker Friday night, falling 35-34 to Grand Island Northwest when a 2-point try to win it failed with 33 seconds left in the game. Giltner was a big winner, downing Shelton 70-26... + continue reading
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The Aurora boys and girls cross country teams headed their treads toward the 2017 state meet Thursday after a couple of championship wins during their district meet in Seward. Between the 12 runners... + continue reading
Friday, October 13, 2017
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Aurora’s volleyball team went 2-0 in the opening round of the Central Conference Volleyball Tournament on Thursday evening at Columbus Lakeview. The Lady Huskies beat Crete 25-9, 25-14, and... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
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Three Hamilton County schools competed during Saturday’s Harvest of Harmony parade competition with the Aurora Husky band winning first place in the Class B and A/B overall band divisions. The... + continue reading
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Memorial Community Health Inc. hosted an evening of women’s wellness and wine Thursday at The Leadership Center. Ladies from the community and surrounding areas were invited to have dinner and... + continue reading

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10/11/2017
Hampton School Board members toured the building to review construction progress after a brief regular monthly board meeting Monday night. Much progress has been made in recent weeks and Herzberg reported that the long-term goal of completing the project by Christmas is on target. Read more in this week's print or e-editions. + continue reading
10/11/2017
Public speaking time during the High Plains school board meeting Monday night was once again filled with concerned parents and players discussing the topic of a two-year football merger with Osceola This time, however,  coaches were there to share their opinions as well. Read more in this week's print or e-editions.   + continue reading

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Three Hamilton County schools competed during Saturday’s Harvest of Harmony parade competition with the Aurora Husky band winning first place in the Class B and A/B overall band divisions. The Huskies also competed in the field competition, where they earned a Division I Superior rating in Class B. Aurora also landed the number four spot in... + continue reading
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A Hampton-based cabinet making business continues to build on itself, adding a showroom and additional staff to help expand its clientele. Danish Oak owner Dane Schafer recently announced an increased focus on kitchen and bathroom remodels, taking another step toward becoming a one-stop-shop for customers. Read more in this week's print or... + continue reading
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Aurora sophomore Danica Badura claimed a silver medal at the state golf meet, carding a 36-hole total of 158 to finish three strokes behind Scottsbluff medalist Shelby Poynter. Aurora finished sixth in the 12-team field with a score of 779. For detailed results, see this week's print or e-edition. Click the link below to listen in on interview... + continue reading

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Mr. run-the-ball guy sure got his wish under the bright lights inside Memorial Stadium Saturday night. Only issue is that guy was a Badgers fan. Instead of trying to be someone they’re not,... + continue reading

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Broadway came to Aurora Sunday with a world-class musical performance from a hometown girl who found and followed her passion. Local native Tereasa Payne delighted a crowd of approximately 200... + continue reading

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Growing up, Tami Brown-Brandl knew she loved math, science and animals. That said, she thought veterinary medicine was the path for her, but when she realized that she didn’t have much of... + continue reading