Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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The doors are officially open now at the new Griess Truck Wash in Aurora, where a three-bay facility has its owners excited about the potential to fill a pressing need. Company president Matt Griess... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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Hamilton County’s small town life is a common place to find growing families of all sizes, and no matter the arrangement there are always surprises and challenges to keep parents on their toes... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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The high school gym at Aurora was packed Friday with a full backdrop of American and military flags. “I have been thinking the last week and a half, trying to figure out what to say today,... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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A small group of local green thumbs is working to share its passion for growing vegetables by planting seeds to create a new community garden. Having formed the Aurora Garden Club within the past... + continue reading
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A project by the name of Operations Christmas Child began its collection process in Aurora this week to provide presents in the shape of shoeboxes filled with toys and needed supplies for children in... + continue reading

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11/15/2017
Concealed handgun permits have not been foreign to Nebraskan or Hamilton County residents for the last 10 years, but many with or without one may still not understand how law enforcement is tasked with being aware of their growing use over that time period. For various law enforcement agencies around the state and Hamilton County, the rise in... + continue reading
11/15/2017
After lengthy discussion, the Aurora 4R School Board voted Monday with a 3-3 split against opting Aurora football up to Class B. Following the Nebraska School Activities Association classification released last week, Aurora football will become a Class C1 sport in 2018. Read more in this week's print or e-editions. + continue reading

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Toes were tapping and flags were waving Tuesday evening as the Aurora Elementary third graders sang a number of patriotic songs, all in the spirit of this week's Veteran's Day celebration. The performance, under the direction of Allene Cumpston, was titled "Proud to be red, white and blue." + continue reading
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Nebraska residents have not been strangers to the issues of gun control and gun ownership rights in recent years, which has reflected a rise in conceal and carry permits over the course of the last couple years. With 59,162 currently active permits in the state and 63,236 being processed since 2007, about 3 percent of Nebraskans are approved to... + continue reading
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Former Hampton resident Don Klute was recently inducted into the York County Agricultural Hall of Fame   as an agricultural entrepreneur. Read more in this week's print or e-editions.   + continue reading

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Years from now when Aurora football coach Kyle Peterson looks back on the 2017 season what he’ll remember most is not the 5-5 record, but the chemistry, positive attitude and coachability that... + continue reading

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Though the ground is hard now and a cold Nebraska winter approaches, the seeds have been sown for a unique new project in Aurora which has all kinds of promise and potential. Energetic members of a... + continue reading

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Another year of testing hybrids against each other came to completion Nov. 7 when the Corn Grower’s Association’s test plot, located a few miles west of Aurora, was harvested.... + continue reading