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Aurora Now - March 3, 2021

It's like winning the lottery! An Aurora couple from Korea shares their gratitude and a unique perspective after getting the COVID vaccine. Plus, bilingual volunteers pitch in at a vaccination equity clinic on Havana Street; protecting Aurora's bald eagles and celebrating a different kind of "birdie" courtesy of Aurora Golf. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.

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Council Q & A on Elijah McClain Independent Investigation

Overland High School Principal Passes Away

Korean Couple in Aurora Compares Getting COVID Vaccination to Winning the Lottery

On Havana Street & Partners Host Vaccination Equity Clinic

Aurora's COVID-19 Resources Page Available in Many Languages

Aurora Office of Int'l & Immigrant Affairs Teams Up with Aurora Fire Rescue to Offer English 9-1-1 Webinars

An Up Close Look at How Aurora Used CARES Funding to Provide Food, Rental & Other Assistance

Arapahoe County Seeks Public Input on Transportation Plan

RTD Asks for Feedback on Safety & Security Says Aurora is the Best Place to Sell in 2021​

Reggie Rivers to be Featured on CCSD Foundation Gala on AuroraTV

CU Anschutz Medical School Announces New Minority Scholarship

First-Ever A-Town Cleanup is a Success

PSA #1:  Reggie Rivers/CCSD Foundation Gala

PSA #2:  Introducing 2.0

PSA #3:  "Lindita's Kitchen" on AuroraTV

Protecting Aurora's Bald Eagles

CCA's Colorado Film School Hosting Auditions

AuroraTV Debuts, "Lindita's Kitchen"

There's No Off Season for Aurora Golf

Aurora Center for Active Adults Announces Virtual Programs

Rock It Sock It Sock Drive Collects Thousands of Socks & Toiletries to Help Aurorans in Need

Techno Rescue Hosting E-cycling Event with Special Pricing

Show Closer/Local Opera Singer Stephanie Ann Ball

AuroraTV Staff