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Aurora Now January 3, 2024
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Jimmy Day has helped teachers in Aurora, and all across the country, get some well-deserved recognition this past year as Colorado's Teacher of the Year. As he heads back to being the music teacher and band director full-time at East Middle School, he takes a look back at his historic achievement. Also on this week's show, Mayor Coffman looks ahead to what 2024 has in store for Aurora as part of his State of the City address; the Aurora Police Department introduces us to some standout athletes behind the badge, including a former Denver Broncos player; and a new exhibit at the Aurora History Museum celebrates the storied 95 year history of the Aurora Public Library. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.


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Mayor Coffman delivers the State of the City address

Beginning January 8, study sessions and regular city council meetings will take place on the same Monday night

Jason Batchelor officially sworn in as Aurora's city manager

City of Aurora's 38th commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. kicks off Jan. 5

Year in review for Colorado's 2023 Teacher of the yYear, Jimmy Day, of Aurora's East Middle School

Aurora bakery owner advanced to finale of Food Network's "Holiday Baking Championship"

"Lindita's Kitchen" shares a favorite past recipe: Mexican picadillo

Aurora Business Recognition awards nomination deadline extended to Jan. 19

The Aurora Highlands and Jubilee Roasting Co. win 2024 Arts and Business Partnerships awards

Northbound exit ramp now open from E-470 onto Aurora Highlands Pkwy

Volunteers needed on Jan. 23, 2024, to help with annual Point-in-Time count for those experiencing homelessness

PSA #1: Visit the Southeast Recreation Center

Meet Aurora Police Department's former star athletes

eSports Lounge at Expo Rec Center expands drop-in gaming to seven days a week

New "Ticker Tape" public art display unveiled next to Liberty View Apartments

Art2C on Havana features 12 pieces of public art in the Havana Business Improvement District

New "Pages of the Past" exhibit opens at the Aurora History Museum and looks at the 95 year history of Aurora's libraries

Recycle your Christmas trees for free through Jan. 8

Aurora teams up with Techno Rescue for another special e-cycle event: here's how it works

Meet the Aurora Animal Shelter's featured pets

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