Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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It was one of those dream matchups that just doesn’t come to fruition often. Despite their differences in size and depth, the big dog Aurora Huskies competed alongside the small-tier Giltner... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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Dalton Peters knew it was a good throw when it jumped out of his right hand. Peters’ first throw of the shot put finals landed at a distance of 59-11, breaking a 31-year-old school record set... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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Navy veteran Harlan Schafer asked a simple yet timeless question Monday: “Who will pick up the flag?” As keynote speaker for the Heroes & Huskies event, Schafer said he first heard... + continue reading
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Two Aurora women who share a flare for creativity and “a love of old” have taken their new business partnership to another level by purchasing one of the community’s oldest... + continue reading
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When it comes to finding variables and solving trigonometric equations, Aurora students will be short one veteran educator as high school math teacher Ruth Woolman enters retirement at the end of the... + continue reading

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04/26/2017
The stage is set for the fourth annual Go Big Give campaign, a collaborative effort amongst four area counties to raise money for 110 nonprofit agencies. In its debut year of 2014, Go Big Give raised $252,000 in one day for 62 agencies. This year’s goal for the 24-hour event on May 3 -- $515,000 for nearly twice as many agencies. Read... + continue reading
04/26/2017
U.S. Rep. Adrian Smith spent an hour in Aurora Thursday gathering grassroots input on a Farm Bill listening tour. The 3rd District representative, joined for the day by Nebraska Department of Agriculture director Greg Ibach, offered a brief overview of a Congressional process expected to play out later this year, noting that things have changed... + continue reading

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Navy veteran Harlan Schafer asked a simple yet timeless question Monday: “Who will pick up the flag?” As keynote speaker for the Heroes & Huskies event, Schafer said he first heard that line in the 1989 movie, “Glory,” in which Col. Robert Gould Shaw, played by Matthew Broderick, pointed to a flag bearer and wondered... + continue reading
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A small prairie on the east edge of Aurora went up in a 7-foot wall of flames Thursday, all part of a control burn conducted by the Prairie Plains Resource Institute. + continue reading
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Congressman Adrian Smith, right, hosted a "Farm Bill Listening Tour" Thursday in Aurora, where area patrons offered input on the pending Farm Bill while also voicing concerns with current events in Washington. Pictured at left is Greg Ibach, Nebraska Ag Director. For a report on the meeting, see this week's News-Register. + continue reading

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Aurora golfers set records this week for low individual score, low team score, and perhaps, according to coach Craig Badura, for playing in some of the toughest conditions a Husky squad has ever... + continue reading

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Nebraska lawmakers are on the right track with a proposal that would attempt to level the retail playing field, which as is gives online merchandisers an unfair advantage by not having to charge and/... + continue reading

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Spring is officially here and planters in the fields around the county are a good indicator. According to the United Stated Department of Agriculture’s crop progess report, 3 percent of... + continue reading