Wednesday, May 24, 2017
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Hamilton County’s Leadership Tomorrow graduates were honored last week in Aurora, then challenged to look for opportunities to serve as future community leaders. Ten members of the class of... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
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A drive around Hamilton County would reveal green sprouts popping up in the fields, and the Hamilton County Corngrowers Association’s hybrid plot is no exception. Members of the association... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
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The one thing missing from Aurora assistant coach Ron Haden’s hall of fame coaching resume was a girls state track championship. Although he doesn’t carry the head coach title anymore,... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
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Although Mother Nature gave its best effort, not even her most fierce conditions could keep the Giltner girls track team from winning a third straight track championship this weekend at Burke Stadium... + continue reading
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Aurora’s downtown will be blossoming again this year after a group of volunteers came out Sunday to add a little color to their community by planting flowers in baskets around the square.... + continue reading

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05/24/2017
Hamilton County residents will be spending a day honoring the men and women who died serving their country Monday by attending services throughout the area. Aurora American Legion Post 42 and the Aurora VFW will conduct services at five cemeteries, beginning at 8:30 a.m. at the Mamre Cemetery. Read more in this week's print and e-editions... + continue reading
05/24/2017
Ross J. Carstensen, 41, an Aurora man who pleaded not guilty to charges of first degree sexual assault in January in a Hamilton County case that was later dismissed, has now been charged with five counts of manufacturing visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct, a 1D felony, in a case filed in Custer County. Read more in this week's print... + continue reading

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05/22/2017 - 0 comment(s)
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, as the Giltner girls celebrated a third straight championship in Class D. Get all the details in this week's News-Register, including results and... + continue reading
05/19/2017 - 0 comment(s)
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 subscribers throughout the Hamilton Telephone exchange by providing direct fiber optic connections to the home. Almost 10 years after launching a “... + continue reading
05/19/2017 - 0 comment(s)
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 planning to move out of their rooms way back in December, boxing up materials on holiday breaks, evenings and weekends throughout the spring semester... + continue reading

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05/24/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Caleb Badura’s confidence couldn’t be any higher heading into the state tournament this week. After having little success on Woodland Hills’ opening  hole the first time... + continue reading

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05/24/2017 - 0 comment(s)
There was a lot of moisture coming down Saturday in Omaha, and it wasn’t just falling from the sky. Pure tears of jubilation were mixed in with a steady, two-day flow of rain, making this year... + continue reading

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05/17/2017 - 0 comment(s)
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