• E-Subscription

    E-Subscription

    Read the whole story.

    402-694-2131

    Read More

  • Pool to open May 23

    The countdown is on for the debut of Aurora’s new swimming pool, with the first splash now set for May 23 and a grand opening ceremony on the calendar for May 31. For... Read More

  • Easter egg hunt in Hampton

    Easter eggs will be there for the taking Saturday in Hampton.
    The Hampton Community Club and United Lutheran Church are teaming up for the event, which is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, April 19.
    Children up to 10 years of age are invited to participate ... Read More

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Weather Forecast

Click for Aurora, Nebraska Forecast

Subscribe to e-edition

Get the whole paper online! If you would like to register for an account, please fill out our Contact Form and select 'Request an e-subscription.'

Aurora grad in American Samoa PDF E-mail

For nearly two decades, Merrilee May has been figuring and calculating for people and businesses on a small remote island nation in the Pacific Ocean.

May, who was back in town for the holidays, reflected on the move that she made nearly 18 years ago that changed her life.

For complete story, see the Jan. 9 issue of the News-Register.

 
Police chief headed to FBI Academy PDF E-mail

Aurora’s head law enforcement officer will be off-duty for roughly three months, but will bring back an increased amount of training.

Police chief Godfrey Brokenrope will leave for the FBI National Academy on Jan. 10, a 10-week program designed to strengthen law enforcement standards and knowledge.

He reports to the U.S. Marine Corps base in Quantico, Va., where the FBI Academy is located, on Jan. 12, with orientation the next day and classes commencing the following day. Should he successfully complete the program, he would graduate March 22 and back on duty in Aurora three days later.

For complete story, see the Jan. 2 News-Register.

 
Looking back at 2012 PDF E-mail

Hamilton County was a happening place in 2012.
There were numerous construction projects, reflecting growth on several fronts. Agriculture continued to drive a relatively strong local economy, despite drought conditions. Giltner celebrated not one, but two state championships. And on the political scene, there was some controversy in city and county government.
The News-Register traced the events from throughout the year and offers a capsule review highlighting some of the year’s headlines.

 
<< Start < Prev 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 Next > End >>

Page 106 of 163
Slideshow
To read more, see this week's print or e-editions

Want to get a copy of this week's News-Register? Click HERE to find out how!
RocketTheme Joomla Templates