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  • Aurora School Board fills AD position

    The Aurora School Board approved a candidate on Monday to fill the open activities director and assistant high school principal positions.

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  • Vetter confirmed as trade negotiator

    Aurora native Darci Vetter was confirmed last week by the United States Senate to serve as chief agricultural negotiator in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. To read mor... Read More

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Wanek: exercise is the key PDF E-mail

Losing weight can be a challenge. It is no easy feat to drop six pant sizes in a year. Tom Wanek, last year’s Health Challenge winner, has lost 65 more pounds and has gone down those six pant sizes.
“I wore a pant size 42, but I could hardly fit in them,” Wanek said. “I couldn’t wear them up on my waist like I was supposed to but now I’m at a size 36.” For a complete story, see this week's print or e-editions.

A day to remember, celebrate PDF E-mail

Monday was a day for both celebrating and remembering across Hamilton County, as area residents welcomed summer with annual Memorial Day services in perfect weather for doing anything and everything outdoors.The Aurora American Legion Post 42 set the tone with brief services at several area cemeteries, where Mike Powell reminded everyone of the day’s special focus.

Area farmers liking the rain as they hustle to get crops in PDF E-mail

With nearly all corn fields planted and soybeans probably not far behind, the bulk of the planting will be completed soon if the weather cooperates.
With the lack of moisture during the winter, farmers around the area took to the soil not knowing what kind of condition their fields would be in.

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