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BPOC latest beef promo venture for Caldwell PDF E-mail

Dawn Caldwell has spent the better part of her life around the cattle industry.
She grew up on her parents’ cow-calf operation near Guide Rock and now raises cattle with her husband, Matt, near Edgar.
She’s served in various capacities promoting the cattle industry and, now, she’s added the Beef Promotion Operating Committee (BPOC) to her resume.
Caldwell, currently the Aurora Cooperative corporate communications director, was one of 20 individuals selected to the BPOC, which oversees allocation of beef checkoff dollars nationwide.

AHS to perform "Oklahoma" PDF E-mail

More than 100 Aurora High School students will be helping with the Rogers and Hammerstein musical, “Oklahoma!” under the direction of Jason Frew, Karrie Wiarda and student director Shalyn Holloway. Performances will be March 21-23 in the fine arts theater in the middle school. Tickets are on sale now during school hours in the high school office. Curly (JT Wetherington) sings of “The Surrey With the Fringe On Top” to Aunt Eller (Ava Leininger) during an early scene.

One and done PDF E-mail

The opening round was a stiff test for all three area teams at the Nebraska boys basketball state tournament, as the Aurora, Giltner and High Plains squads were eliminated Thursday in Lincoln. Aurora fell 59-56 to Scottsbluff, while Giltner lost 55-40 to Wynot and High Plains was dropped 67-56 by St. Mary's. Click the links at right for Soundslide features of all three teams, and for complete stories and photo coverage, see the March 13 issue of the News-Register.

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