Plainsman picked to partner with Smithsonian


Heralding the new year, the Plainsman Museum has officially announced its partnership with the Smithsonian Museum’s “Museum on Mainstreet” program to bring a new community-focused exhibition to the

2020 construction nears $10.2M


Local construction activity in Aurora topped a 10-year average in 2020, a positive sign of growth and progress which unfolded in the midst of an ongoing pandemic that disrupted business and industr

County hears noxious weeds update


The Hamilton County Board of Commissioners spent most of Monday’s board meeting performing reorganizational tasks, appointing board positions and other boards and committees in the county. 

Aurora teachers to get vaccine


A majority of teachers in Aurora have expressed interest in receiving a COVID vaccine, which is tentatively scheduled to be administered in early February.

12th Street Cinema on hold for now


Community support of the 12th Street Cinema has remained strong since the COVID pandemic forced the local movie theater to go dark, though plans for booking a movie remain on hold as the new year b

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Auroran returns to roots after life of adventure, service abroad
A lot has happened in Allie Gomez’s life since she graduated from Aurora High School in 2007. 

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