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Aurora Seniors' season ends with 14-3 loss PDF E-mail

After a momentum-building win on Monday night against Crete that propelled the Aurora Seniors team to the semifinals of the B4 district tournament in York, they ran head-first into Seward and fell 14-3, ending their season.
After an RBI by Matt Oswald in the first inning, Aurora held a 1-0 lead into the third inning, but Seward answered with four runs of their own.
Jeremy Otto was on the mound to start the game and was hit heavily by Seward.
Although the Aurora pitching seemed to struggle, that really wasn’t the case, according to Seniors coach Curtis Eubanks.
“I don’t think pitching was a factor,” Eubanks said. “They were putting it in play and when you give them more than three outs it makes it tough on you. I don’t think pitching factored into it. Too many errors, not enough hits.”
The scoreboard showed three errors in the third inning, which only previewed what was ahead for Aurora.

Phillips house fire PDF E-mail

Les and Kim Neeman watched helplessly Wednesday afternoon as their home in rural Phillips went up in flames.
“I was in the bathroom, and when I came out the couch was on fire,” Kim said, fighting tears just minutes after the flames were extinguished by fire departments from Phillips, Giltner and Aurora.
When asked if she had any idea what started the blaze, Kim said she wasn’t certain.
“Maybe it was electrical,” she said.

Garden walk a blooming success PDF E-mail

The Aurora Area Chamber and Development hosted and sponsored its first ever Aurora Garden and Historical Square Walk on Saturday.

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