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Aurora Now June 15 2022

Aurora celebrates our National Spelling Bee celebrity. Twelve-year-old, Vikram Raju, was the runner-up in this year's competition. What better way to recognize someone who has a way with words than by making them "Honorary Junior Library Director."  Also this week on Aurora Now, a behind-the-scenes look at election security in Arapahoe County ahead of the June 28th state primary; Aurora hosts a gun buyback event on National Gun Buyback Day; take part in a survey to help Aurora pick our next police chief; and congratulations to an Aurora chef who just won a prestigious James Beard Award. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.

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Arapahoe County Provides a Behind-the-Scenes Tour of Their Election Facility Ahead of the June 28th State Primary

Weigh In on Aurora's Proposed City Council Ward Redistricting

Aurora Fire Chief Fernando Gray Is Retiring from AFR

Share Your Thoughts about Aurora's Next Police Chief

Aurora Hosts a Gun Buyback Event on, "National Gun Buyback Day"

Aurora Celebrates National Spelling Bee Runner-Up, Vikram Raju, from Aurora

Chef Caroline Glover, Owner of Annette, at Stanley Marketplace Wins a James Beard Award

Nominate Your Favorite Business for an Aurora Business Recognition Award

Aurora Observes the Juneteenth Holiday

PSA #1 Enjoy the "4th of July Spectacular"

PSA #2 AFR Encourages Fireworks Safety

Parklane Pool Celebrats a Grand Reopening

Canterbury Park Celebrates a Grand Reopening

Aurora Is Getting Ready for, "Bike to Work Day"

Residents and Businesses Are Encouraged to Take Part in the Water-wise Landscape Awards

PSA #4:  Eat on Havana

PSA #5: Why CU Nursing?

The Power of Positivity:  Gabriel Toepel

Gabriel Toepel Graduates from the CU College of Nursing

Roshni Presents, "Aly & the Genie" at the Vintage Theatre

"First Harvest Music Festial" Takes Place on, "World Refugee Day" at DeLaney Farm

Show Closer/"Carnival on the Plaza"