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Aurora Now November 30, 2022
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An Aurora911 call taker is getting some well-deserved kudos. She helped bring back two people from the brink of death within just a matter of months. We’ll introduce you to this humble hero. Also on this week’s show, RTD’s R Line is rolling through Aurora again but with some important safety changes; The Brew Hut shares their “Fermentation Fights Inflation” plan; and “Pet Pics with Santa” returns to Nick’s Garden Center. Find out how you can snap a pic with Saint Nick and help our furry friends at the Aurora Animal Shelter, too. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.

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Aurora911 call taker honored as a double livesaver

Aurora911 says please don't hang up

Reminder about Aurora's new nurse navigation program

RTD's R Line in Aurora has resumed full service

The city is getting ready to launch the "Build Up Aurora" street repair program

Aurora looking for volunteers for the upcoming Point-in-Time Homeless Count

Aurora Public Libraries want you to reimagine APL in 2023

The Aurora History Museum is hosting their first, "Winter Speakers Series"

An Aurora student is one of the winners of a statewide water contest

PSA #1 Aurora winter weather tips

PSA #2 Volunteer to serve on a city board or commission

The Brew Hut announces a "Fermentation to Fight Inflation" plan

This month's, "Lindita's Kitchen" features tamale pie

Stanley Marketplace has a new immersive art exhibit, "Dali Alive"

The Town Center at Aurora is hosting a Sensitive Santa Dec. 4th

"Pet Pics with Santa" returns to Nick's Garden Center and helps the Aurora Animal Shelter

Aurora's annual tree lighting ceremony takes place Dec. 6th

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