Friday, October 19, 2018
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The final week of the high school football regular season had a pair of area teams kicking off Thursday night while two others wrapped it up Friday. Aurora takes its undefeated record into the... + continue reading
Friday, October 19, 2018
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Aurora senior Maya Nachtigal joined the three-year state medalist group by finishing 7th in the Class B state cross country meet Friday at the Kearney Country Club. The top 10 finish was Nachtigal... + continue reading
Friday, October 19, 2018
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Ben Springer came up just short the past couple years of earning a medal at the Class B state cross country meet. Friday in Kearney, the Aurora senior got over the hump and earned his first state... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
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In the sport of cross country, all a team needs is a chance to succeed. The Aurora girls team has that chance to make it three in a row Friday at the Class B state meet following district competition... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
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A local business owner is venturing into new territory with his first-ever apartment complex project, hoping to provide much needed rental housing while also creating a long-term investment for his... + continue reading

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10/19/2018
The city of Aurora’s annual fall clean-up has been extended due to last weekend’s wet conditions. The site will be open Saturday Oct. 20, from 9 a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m., as well as Sunday from 1-4 p.m. That was scheduled to be the end of the fall clean-up period, but city officials announced this week that the waste site was closed... + continue reading
10/17/2018
Michelle Edmonds, a 2000 Aurora graduate, is feeling lucky this week after Hurricane Michael made landfall Thursday approximately 100 miles east of her family’s home in Milton, Fla. “We really didn’t get anything bad,” she said in an e-mail interview with the News-Register. “Once it made its eastern turn we were out... + continue reading

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A local business owner is venturing into new territory with his first-ever apartment complex project, hoping to provide much needed rental housing while also creating a long-term investment for his family. Victor Proctor reported this week that construction is about to begin on a five-unit apartment complex on 12th Street. Read more in this... + continue reading
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In the sport of cross country, all a team needs is a chance to succeed. The Aurora girls team has that chance to make it three in a row Friday at the Class B state meet following district competition. In arguably one of the toughest Class B cross country district meets, the Aurora girls found a way to persevere and finish third behind Lincoln... + continue reading
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With Christmas just around the corner, Operation Christmas Child is gearing up to help collect shoe boxes filled with fun toys and other items to send around the world to the less fortunate.   Hamilton County Drop-off Coordinator Jennifer Jennings stated that the program is run through Samaritan Purse, headed by Franklin Graham and is the... + continue reading

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The final week of the high school football regular season had a pair of area teams kicking off Thursday night while two others wrapped it up Friday. Aurora takes its undefeated record into the... + continue reading

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The time has come in Hamilton County to resolve an issue that impacts anyone who might someday have to dial 911. All local citizens have a vested interest in the status and quality of local... + continue reading

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A large hidden oasis sits not far from the hustle and bustle of Aurora. Pioneer Trails, located northeast of town, operates as both a water conservation effort and a recreational area for nearby... + continue reading