Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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The Ag Academy at Aurora High School is back again for a second year under the instruction of Dana Anderson, providing students an opportunity to get a hands-on learning experience. Students just... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Local artist Cindy McClellan has found another outlet for her artwork after she was asked to be a part of the Urban Dreaming exhibit held at the Blue Cat Gallery & Studio in Wayne. The featured... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Two Nebraska by Heart pieces created as part of the state’s sesquicentennial celebration are now on permanent display in Aurora. The planning, purchase and placement of the large heart-shaped... + continue reading
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The Aurora Parent/Teacher Board hosted Family Literacy Night Monday at the Elementary School in conjunction with a week-long read-a-thon. The elementary school will be bustling with reading... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Heroes & Huskies is back for the third time, and the Huskies have begun to learn about the service and sacrifice the veteran they have been paired with made for America. Aurora teachers Brenda... + continue reading

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10/18/2017
The area’s annual Halloween activities are just around the corner as the end of October is fast approaching. Young ghouls and ghosts will have plenty of options around the area, along with a few adult events as well. Read more in this week's print or e-editions.   + continue reading
10/18/2017
While Hamilton County is now known for seven villages and towns, the countryside used to be dotted with around 30 other communities just over 125 years ago. Some of these communities were platted and created into formal towns just like the ones we see today, and others may have been not much more than a post office or depot. Yet, each one of... + continue reading

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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, while High Plains was on the other side of a blowout, falling 94-36 to East Butler. Hampton won its game by forfeit. Get the details on all the... + 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, nine grabbed medal spots including five from the girls team and four on the boys. Grant Moody and Maya Nachtigal took the top spot for their teams... + continue reading
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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 Lakeview 25-15, 24-16, 25-17 to advance to Saturday’s tournament at Holdrege. + continue reading

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10/18/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Danica Badura defeated the weather and all but one other player in this year’s Class B state golf meet, claiming the silver medal to cap off a stellar sophomore season. Playing in rain, wind... + continue reading

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10/18/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Aurora has heart. Two giant fiberglass hearts, actually, simultaneously reflecting the community’s artistic flare and pieces linked to the state’s sesquicentennial celebration. Thanks... + 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