Monday, May 22, 2017
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It's been 41 years since the Aurora girls track team celebrated a state championship, but the wait ended Saturday after a wet, two-day ride in Omaha. The Lady Huskies had company in Title Town,... + continue reading
Friday, May 19, 2017
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The ongoing evolution of the area’s telecommunications infrastructure will take a giant leap forward with Hamilton Telecommunications’ announced plan to expand its fiber network to... + continue reading
Friday, May 19, 2017
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Deadline pressure to complete renovation work at Hampton Elementary School by fall prompted a transition plan which sent students to local churches for the last two weeks of the year. Teachers began... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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Not only did Aurora junior Caleb Badura win the B-3 district golf meet Tuesday by shooting a 76 and winning in a playoff, but the Husky team finished runner-up in the team standings with a 350 to... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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High Plains Community waived goodbye to 26 seniors as they crossed the stage for the final time Saturday and entered the next chapter in their lives. Family, friends and faculty arrived in droves to... + continue reading

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The Aurora Aquatic Facility’s doors will open for the first time in 2017 Friday at noon. See ANR for details. + continue reading
05/17/2017
Aurora’s police force will soon be going from eight staffed officers to nine after the Aurora City Council approved a request May 9 to expand the community’s law enforcement personnel. “We’ve been asking for this for a few years,” explained Aurora Chief of Police Paul Graham. “When I started here in 1993 I was... + continue reading

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High Plains Community waived goodbye to 26 seniors as they crossed the stage for the final time Saturday and entered the next chapter in their lives. Family, friends and faculty arrived in droves to witness the event and, by starting time, had filled nearly every seat in the Polk High School Gymnasium. Read more in this week's print or e-... + continue reading
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The Husky Class of 2017 walked out of the school  with wide grins Sunday, knowing that they will now take on the next adventure life has in store for them as individuals. The gym was almost full with family and friends who came to bear witness to the monumental moment in the graduates’ lives. Read more in this week's print or e-... + continue reading
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Mortarboards flew through the air Sunday when 17 Giltner seniors finalized their high school careers during the afternoon graduation ceremonies. The Hornet gym was filled with hundreds of family and friends excited to see their loved ones begin a new chapter in their lives. Read more in this week's print or e-editions.   + continue reading

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The High Plains boys track team is ready to defend its track championship from last season. The Storm ran away with the D-5 district championship May 10 in Fullerton for the second straight season,... + continue reading

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The final lesson Hampton seniors learned before ending their high school careers had nothing to do with reading, writing or arithmetic, and everything to do with life. On a “senior sneak... + continue reading

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County Assessor Pat Sandberg came before the board Monday to discuss the Nebraska Tax and Equalization and Review Commission findings and orders. She stated that each year she has to be in... + continue reading