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Once the family moved to Colorado, the peaks of the Rocky Mountains could not stop him from enjoying the outdoors. His fascination with the outdoors involved camping, fishing, hiking, running, snowboarding (almost competitively), and sitting in a perfect spot to ponder thoughts

AURORA | Aurora’s first black city council representative and longtime community activist Edna Mosley died Aug. 26. She was 89. Friends and peers considered Mosley a pioneer in many ways, blazing trails in women’s rights, racial equality and fighting against gang violence. Edna and her husband, John Mosley, a retired Tuskegee Airman, moved to Aurora […]

Kyle Carpenter, Personnelist and Technical Sergeant in the United States Air Force, current Secretary/Treasurer and Immediate Past President of the DEFENDERS OF SPEECH TOASTMASTERS CLUB #697557 was honored at the 2014 Toastmaster Of The Year black tie event held on June 27, 2014 at the Garden Plaza of Aurora, 14221 E. Evans Avenue for receiving […]

2013 Outstanding Volunteers from left to right/standing; Darlene Schlemeyer, Sheila Schaffer, Edna Hathorn, Bruce Thompson, Cynthia Jakubcziak, Alan Marshall, seated; Jan Teasdale & Jewell Gordon, not pictured; Hope Dugan.

The Aurora Center for Active Adults & Morning Star Adult Day Program honored eight 2013 Outstanding Volunteers with Red Jacket Awards sponsored by Bella Vita Aurora in recognition of their tremendous contributions at an annual volunteer celebration on May 16, 2014 held at Beck Recreation Center

Sally Burgess, 80

Sally A. Burgess, 80, formerly of Aurora, died of cancer in Weidman, Mich. May 2, 2014. Donations may be made in her name to St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Memphis, Tenn.  

Una Rae Riebling, 84

Una Rae Riebling, 84, of Cape Coral, Florida passed away peacefully on Tuesday, April 8, 2014. Born on May 31, 1929 in Milwaukee, WI; she spent her youth growing up in Crookston, MN having graduated from Crookston High School before marrying Patrick J. Scully, Sr. in 1948 who had just recently enlisted in the Air […]

Douglas Edward McEvoy

Mr. McEvoy served in the U S Navy during World War II. He retired from the City of Aurora as the City Purchasing Agent. He met the challenges of a city that was rapidly growing with diligence and hard work. The employees of the city were like his second family

Elio Valladares was born and raised in Honduras, first coming to America as a teenager to earn a degree in marketing from the University of Houston. After college, he returned to his native country to be the operations manager for a family-owned janitorial service provider for banks, airlines, schools and others in major cities across […]