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    Sharon Colling has been hired on as the new administrator of the Hamilton County Manor.

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Pray for America PDF E-mail

Legendary Husker football coach and former congressman Tom Osborne observed Thursday in Aurora that today’s society puts too much emphasis on physical strength and intellect, and not nearly enough on the spiritual dimension, which in his view is critical to long-term success and happiness.

The key, he said, is faith in God, prayer and having a strong spiritual foundation on which to build. See this week's print or e-edition for a complete report.

 
Going for gold PDF E-mail

Aurora junior Luke Grossnicklaus won medalist honors at the Central Conference meet in York Friday, carding an impressive round of 77 on a cold, windy day for golf. Ben Grossnicklaus was sixth and Troy McDonald 15th, helping the Huskies finish second with a score of 353. See this week's print or e-edition for details.

 
Street work making progress PDF E-mail

Mother Nature lent M.E. Collins Contracting Co. a helping hand last week, as good weather contributed to fast progress on rebuilding several intersections in Aurora.
City public works director Rick Melcher said three intersections -- 5th and M, 6th and M, and 10th and M -- have already reopened to traffic. The approaches on the north side of all three corners were rebuilt.

 
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