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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

YOUR NEWS | Aurora Public Library Program Guide Winter 2014 January through April Welcome to the Aurora Public Library We’ve got an exciting year in store for you, and our staff looks forward to seeing you and your family often. From our two annual reading programs, to our special Power of One, and all of our FREE fun […]

YOUR NEWS |  City of Aurora School Activity Guide for Jan.-Apr. 2014 Museum  The Golden Highway:  Views of Colfax Avenue all ages How do you picture Colfax Avenue?  As a “den of avarice” or a center of multiculturism?  Examine historic views of this famous avenue and discover how much Aurora’s former Main Street has changed.  […]

PICTURE THIS: Cool Whip

Tremaine Stewart, 21, practices a tail whip, Dec. 27 at the Aurora Wheel Park. Stewart and other BMXers, skateboarders and  rollerbladers took advantage of 60 degree weather on Friday.  (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Tremaine Stewart, 21, practices a tail whip, Dec. 27 at the Aurora Wheel Park. Stewart and other BMXers, skateboarders and rollerbladers took advantage of 60 degree weather on Friday.

Margaret Lohr (right) cheers with Matt McAllister (left) April 25 at The Plainsman. After 60 years in business, the popular bar at East Sixth Avenue and Peoria Street shut down last week.  (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Margaret Lohr (right) toasts with Matt McAllister (left) April 25, 2013, at The Plainsman. After 60 years in business, the popular bar at East Sixth Avenue and Peoria Street shut down this year.

YOUR NEWS | Aurora Library & Cultural Services School Activity Guide Jan-April 2014 Museum The Golden Highway:  Views of Colfax Avenue all ages How do you picture Colfax Avenue?  As a “den of avarice” or a center of multiculturism?  Examine historic views of this famous avenue and discover how much Aurora’s former Main Street has changed.  […]

PICTURE THIS: Lost, and Found

Samuel Davis' found art display is a random installation made of thrown away items, near  East 13th Avenue and Potomac Street. Davis encourages passerby to add to the collaborative installation.  (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Samuel Davis’ found art display is a random installation made of thrown away items, near East 13th Avenue and Potomac Street. Davis encourages passerby to add to the collaborative installation.

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