Wednesday, March 29, 2017
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Aurora basketball senior Tommy Leininger has been collecting several postseason honors of late, and can now add Nebraska Basketball Coaches Association player of the year to that list. Leininger... + continue reading
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‘Shrek the Musical’ hit the stage this weekend to a full house and a curious audience. As could be suspected from the popularity of musical shows put on by Aurora High School in the past... + continue reading
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The Central Nebraska Falcons are sweeping the region when it comes to home school hoops. With the girls’ team starting about 14 years ago and the boys’ team starting nearly 10 years ago,... + continue reading
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Aurora’s FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) program is only in its second year of existence and its member count continues to grow by nearly 50 percent from its previous... + continue reading
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A new Mexican restaurant will open its doors Friday in Aurora bringing a vacant Highway 34 structure back to life. Partners Antonio Sanchez and Carlos Munoz have been working since December to... + continue reading

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03/29/2017
Thanks to a donation by the Farr Foundation, the electrical wiring outside of the courthouse will be upgraded soon to accommodate A’ROR’N Days and other events around the square. Gary Picek came before county commissioners Monday to ask for approval to start the renovations, which will be paid for in full by the Farr Foundation.... + continue reading
03/29/2017
A 1st Street informational meeting held Thursday in Aurora drew more than 50 members of the community and raised awareness about a paving project that has been on the minds of citizens for nearly a decade. City street superintendent and JEO Consulting representative Steven Parr led the discussion with the basics of the planned project, including... + continue reading

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03/28/2017 - 0 comment(s)
An accident was reported early Tuesday afternoon at the corner of 22 and Y Roads just a few miles south of Hordville between a pickup and an SUV. Injuries sustained during the crash have been reported as non-life threatening. + continue reading
03/22/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Area residents suffering from chronic breathing problems now have a new local resource to help catch a breath and improve their quality of life. Memorial Community Health re-introduced a pulmonary rehabilitation program in January, after recognizing a growing need. Staff and patients agree that it’s off to a running start. Read more in... + continue reading
03/22/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Eighth grade earth science teacher Ron Haden has nearly four decades worth of Aurora memories that he will be hanging onto as he exits the education field for retirement in just a few months. Read the full story in this week's print or e-editions.   + continue reading

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Aurora basketball senior Tommy Leininger has been collecting several postseason honors of late, and can now add Nebraska Basketball Coaches Association player of the year to that list. Leininger... + continue reading

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Political frustration in Washington has found its way to Aurora. Last week’s announcement that a native son has thrown his hat in the ring for the 3rd District House seat came as somewhat of a... + continue reading

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Bobby Richey, Jr., defined what the USDA and Foreign Ag Service are doing to help Nebraska’s international branding during the Governor’s Ag Conference March 15 in Kearney. Richey,... + continue reading