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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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    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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Kluck hired as daycare facility director PDF E-mail

by Kurt Johnson

Aurora’s new community daycare facility project took another critical step this week, hiring Lisa Kluck as its full-time director.

An at-home daycare provider herself for the past six years, Kluck has worked hard to keep the project moving forward, saying there simply aren’t enough child care services available to meet the community’s growing need.

A book store, and so much more PDF E-mail

by James Hanson

Acouple’s love for literature and experiences teaching young children led to an atmosphere full of color, books and toys for young and old alike inside Susan’s Books and Gifts.

Stu and Susan Williams have always enjoyed literature. Susan, an Aurora native, helped her mother and father when she was younger by helping with their book ministry, which mailed out books to those in need as well as placed books in various locations along the interstate. She previously taught middle school in Arkansas, Minnesota and California.

Green Plains buys Central City ethanol plant PDF E-mail

by Laurie Pfeifer

After sitting in hot-idle mode for five months, the Central City ethanol plant should be back up and running by the end of July.

That’s the intent of Green Plains Renewable Energy, Inc., the Omaha-based company that entered into a $123.5 million purchase agreement with AgStar Financial Services last week for the ethanol plants located in Central City and Ord.

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