Wednesday, November 22, 2017
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East Park Villa has a new leader for its facility administrator Laurie Andrews, who brings a familiar face back to Aurora and Memorial Community Health. “This is actually my third time working... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
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After a successful summer season, the RV pads and tent camping sites at Pioneer Trails Recreation Areas have closed for the season. However, the day-use area, outdoor amphitheater, picnic shelters,... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
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The Nebraska Cooperative Council welcomed Rod Schroeder into its Hall of Fame last week, recognizing a lifetime of service to the cooperative system. Schroeder, a long-time Aurora resident, said he... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
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An increase in yoga participation across the country for the last couple years has people arriving at studio doors for a plethora of reasons. Aurora’s own Adara Yoga Studio instructors Mardell... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
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John and Dena Johnston love everything about their home in the Lincoln Creek Subdivision except for one thing -- their property doesn’t provide space to store ax boat and camper. The Aurora... + continue reading

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11/22/2017
Aurora’s highly anticipated 1st Street paving project landed a final bid of $858,887.95 during the Nov. 14 city council meeting, after JEO Consulting Group brought forward a recommendation from a five bidder panel. The project, which was approved during a Sept. 26 city council meeting, involves paving 1st Street from Highway 34 to Adams... + continue reading
11/22/2017
The Aurora Area Chamber & Development voted last week to reinstate a more traditional chamber of commerce board as a stand-alone entity, amending its bylaws to reflect changes in an umbrella-type organization created in 2001. During its annual meeting Nov. 14, the AACD board explained the proposed changes to a group of 45 members and... + continue reading

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11/15/2017 - 0 comment(s)
The high school gym at Aurora was packed Friday with a full backdrop of American and military flags. “I have been thinking the last week and a half, trying to figure out what to say today,” AHS senior Grant Moody said during his keynote address. “It has been hard for me to put into words what this country means to me. How do you... + continue reading
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Hamilton County’s small town life is a common place to find growing families of all sizes, and no matter the arrangement there are always surprises and challenges to keep parents on their toes. Ryan and Melissa (Krieger) Weedin, who live on the south side of Hampton, multiplied those challenges in May when they welcomed home a set of... + continue reading
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The doors are officially open now at the new Griess Truck Wash in Aurora, where a three-bay facility has its owners excited about the potential to fill a pressing need. Company president Matt Griess reported Friday that daily traffic is growing steadily through the first truck wash bay, noting that a second wash bay as well as a cattle washout... + continue reading

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11/22/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Former Iowa Hawkeye star and Giltner Hornet standout Drew Ott was working feveriously during the harvest season out in the fields on the family farm driving the auger wagon when he got the phone call... + continue reading

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11/22/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Would the Aurora Huskies be better suited as a little fish in a big pond or a big fish in a smaller pond? The hunter or the hunted? That was essentially the question facing the Aurora 4R School... + continue reading

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11/15/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Another year of testing hybrids against each other came to completion Nov. 7 when the Corn Grower’s Association’s test plot, located a few miles west of Aurora, was harvested.... + continue reading