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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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Playoff bound PDF E-mail

Aurora won another district title Friday, coming from behind against a playoff-hungry York team to win 41-28 on the road. The 7-2 Huskies will host 6-3 Grand Island Northwest Friday in the first round of the Class B playoffs, as announced this weekend by the Nebraska School Activities Association.

Giltner and High Plains also qualified for the football playoffs. The No. 1-seed Hornets, coming into the postseason a perfect 8-0, will host 4-4 Hay Springs on Thursday, while the 7-1 Storm will host 5-3 Bloomfield.

 
Technology in the classroom PDF E-mail

When Aurora school administrators and technology specialists began discussing which direction to go with a 1-to-1 initiative, it came down to a debate between laptops and iPads.
The discussion centered on keyboards versus touch pads, security versus responsibility, old school versus new school.
The iPad eventually won out, but it took some time and a few visits to schools with established 1-to-1 initiatives before everyone was onboard with the decision.

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Recall petition filed PDF E-mail

A second recall affidavit principal circulator form has been submitted to the Hamilton County clerk’s office -- this one seeking the removal of Douglas L. Andersen from the office of Hamilton County Commissioner -- District 1.

Hamilton County clerk/election commissioner Pat Anderson said Laverne Bamesberger of Marquette submitted the affidavit on Oct. 9, listing the reason for recall as: "Micromanaging county offices, creating a hostile work environment, involvement with questionable sales and purchases of county equipment by not going through the bid process."

 
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