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  • Hampton principal resigns

    The Hampton Public School Board approved the hiring of four new teachers last week while also accepting the resignation of four staff members, including high school principal/athletic director Kyle Gunderson.

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  • Dubas reflects on final day on the floor

    The final week of this year’s 60-day legislative session was a long, tiring and emotional run for Dist. 34 Sen. Annette Dubas, one of 17 lawmakers being term-limited out of office at the end of the year.

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Hornets hit the turf PDF E-mail

The Giltner Hornets altered their regular football practice schedule Friday, heading to Aurora to practice on the Huskies new turf field in preparation for their Class D2 championship game in Memorial Stadium in Lincoln Monday morning.

The Hornets' 60-20 win over Shelton in the semi-finals punched Giltner’s ticket to Memorial Stadium for a championship brawl with fellow unbeaten Humphrey St. Francis. Game time is 10:15 a.m.

 
Salute to veterans PDF E-mail

James Thompson-Falls, a 2012 Aurora graduate, stands at attention as the high school band plays the U.S. Navy service song during the Veterans Day program Monday. Thompson-Falls was on leave, therefore able to attend the service. For a complete report on the program, see this week's print or e-editions.

 
Sound Field System levels hearing field PDF E-mail

You don’t have to be hearing-impaired to have trouble hearing in a classroom.

If you’re sitting in the back of the class, street noise, hallway noise, a rustling of paper or a cough can lead to cognitive overload -- making it difficult to concentrate and understand what the teacher is saying.

Teachers have battled the problem for decades, often raising their voices to the point of shouting in order to make themselves heard at the back of the room.

Not anymore... at least in Aurora.

 

 

 
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