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THE POWER COUNTY PRESS

PO Box 547
174 Idaho Street
American Falls, ID 83211
(208) 226-5294
Fax (208) 226-5295
press1@press-times.com

STAFF
Publisher — Brett Crompton
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Advertising Manager — Debbie Crompton
press3@press-times.com

Ad Composition, Writer and Photographer — Daniel Moore
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Staff Writer, Photographer — Preston Crompton
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THE ABERDEEN TIMES

PO Box 856
31 S. Main
Aberdeen, ID 83210
(208) 397-4440
Fax (208) 397-4440
times1@dcdi.net

STAFF
Publisher — Brett Crompton
press1@press-times.com

Advertising Manager — Debbie Crompton
 press3@press-times.com

Editor — Vicki Gamble
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Staff Writer — Kathy Blaker

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The Power County Press and The Aberdeen Times are published by Crompton Publishing Inc., owned by Brett Crompton. The Crompton family has published the two newspapers for more than 40 years. Both are members of the National Newspaper Association.

The mission of The Power County Press and The Aberdeen Times is to inform the community. Our allegiance is to the reader. Our commitment is to the truth. Our job is to question. Our ambition is to provide a forum through which this area becomes a better place to live.

3 comments for “About Us

  1. Trena Gregory
    September 5, 2013 at 10:20 am

    I am looking for information on Horse Island, which is now under the American falls dam. Hyrum Stanger was my Great Grandfather and he owned land on the island. I am now on a quest to find out all I can about the island and the people that lived there. Are there any pictures? Maps? Histories? Articles?

    Thanks,
    Trena Gregory

  2. Robyn Roth
    March 17, 2014 at 8:28 pm

    Thank you SOOO much for putting back in the Looking Back section. It’s great.

  3. Kelly Close
    July 27, 2016 at 11:35 am

    I was driving from Idaho to Lake Tahoe last week and was saddened by all the news involving the police. We could put blue light bulbs on porches or anywhere else around our homes. My hope is an officer drives by a home or business notice’s a blue lite and it will touch their hearts, and can see firsthand there is support for them. I know in my heart we can help save officers lives with this movement. I started sending emails to TV stations nationwide. So I’m hoping everyone that has read my email will help get this message out. I called Lowes they said they would have plenty of Blue lite bulbs on hand or I’m sure any place that sells bulbs would have this color. I hope for your support and any other ideas how to make this work. I’m hoping soon we can flip a switch and America will be lit up with blue light bulbs.

    I’m sending this message to every Newspaper in each state. I’m going to keep emailing anybody that will listen.

    This is the lite at my house with my dog and a sign supporting the K-9 officers. I’m going in the next couple of days to buy bulbs and start passing them out around the area

    Please if at all possible and I’m not breaking any rules please send this story to a community group in your area that might like to help. This is not about my husband and I it’s about the support for the police and their K-9 partners around the nation.

    I also hope the White House will follow us and light up with blue lights.

    Kelly Gunderson 208-358-1207

    I’m sorry if this is a duplicate email

    My town Tahoe City Lake Tahoe Calif is working to light up the towns around this lake and hope other cities and towns do the same.

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