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Aurora Now November 15, 2023
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Norma Walker made history in 1965 after she became the first woman in the country to be elected mayor of a city the size of Aurora. AuroraTV teams up with the Aurora History Museum to celebrate her life and legacy after her passing at the age of 95. You can also hear directly from Norma Walker in an interview she gave in 2016. Also on this week's show, students from Aurora Highlands P-8 win the W.a.M.O.S. shoe design contest; students at Aurora's Altitude Elementary host a Veterans Day Parade featuring a World Ward II vet as the grand marshall; and honoring members of the Aurora Police Department's Honor Guard. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.


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A look back at former Aurora Mayor Norma Walker after her passing

Reminder of 2023 Aurora election results

Aurora 9-1-1 recognized for technology in call center

Fitzsimons Innovation Community receives "Gamechanger Award"

CU College of Nursing working to change the perception of older adults

Aurora Police Department's Honor Guard receives special award

Colorado Freedom Memorial's "Light Their Way Home" ceremony honors those who made the ultimate sacrifice

Altitude Elementary School hosts Veteran's Day parade

PSA: Visit Aurora launches new branding

Pearl of Siam wins City of Aurora Business Recognition Award

Aurora students win W.A.M.O.S. shoe design contest

City of Aurora courthouse looking for submissions for two new art projects

Aurora Animal Shelter's featured pets

Aurora Fox's Nutcracker tickets on sale now


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