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Aurora Now August 4, 2021

Dancer, Community College of Aurora student, world traveler and inspiration. Meet an Aurora teen who’s overcoming the odds despite having Wolfram Syndrome. Plus, celebrating National Sisters Day with help from Children’s Hospital Colorado in Aurora; vets take us behind-the-scenes at the Aurora Animal Shelter and what are your thoughts on creating a downtown Aurora? Your chance to weigh in has been extended and is also now available in Spanish. Those stories, plus how to run for City Council, this week on Aurora Now.

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Latest on Vacant Ward II Council Seat

Nomination Petitions to Run for City Council, Now Available

City’s New Lobbyist Ordinance Goes into Effect

More on the City’s New Street Racing Ordinance

Transportation & Other Developments in SE Aurora

Aurora Gearing Up for “Global Fest”

Profile of Aurora’s Many Immigrant-Owned Businesses:Winchell’s Donut House

VA Hosts Innovation Fair in Aurora

Tri-County Health Hosting Daily COVID Vaccination Clinics at the Aurora Municipal Center 

COVID Testing Still Available at the Aurora Center for Active Adults

CCA Student with Wolfram Syndrome Overcoming the Odds

AuroraTV is Hiring!

Aurora Offers Many City Services Online

Aurora Extends Deadline for Weighing In on the City Center

Visioning Study & It’s Now Available in Spanish, Too

PSA #1 – Aurora Mental Health Center

Southlands Shopping Center Hosting Many Summer Events

Southlands, Aurora YMCA & Vitalant Team Up for Blood Drive

Aurora & Denver Offering Pop-Up Youth Events

Children’s Hospital Colorado Celebrates, “National Sisters Day”

Go Behind-the-Scenes with the Vets at the Aurora Animal Shelter

“Lindita’s Kitchen” Makes a Mexican Breakfast

“Aurora Rhythms” Returns for a Summer Concert

 

 

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Posted:
8/4/2021
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News
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AuroraTV Staff