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Aberdeen District Library is now offering 24/7 Wi-Fi

Through a federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act grant, administered by the Idaho Department of Commerce and managed by the Idaho Commission for Libraries (ICfL), the Aberdeen District Library received a significant upgrade to the library’s internet…

Aberdeen airport will be expanded in the future

After much discussion and a vote, Aberdeen City Council members decided to go forward with the expansion of the Aberdeen airport. All council members, Diane Hernandez, Karalee Krehbiel, Mary Leisy, Brian Schneider, Alan Summers and Karl Vollmer, were present. The…

Aberdeen area sees high voter turnout for election

The Aberdeen and Springfield/Sterling precincts saw a high voter turnout for the election held Tuesday, Nov. 3. The Aberdeen precinct had a 65.11 percent turnout and the Springfield/Sterling precinct had a 58.52 percent of the registered voters actually vote. Aberdeen…

Veteran’s Day breakfast is slated Nov. 11

The Aberdeen American Legion Post #59 will host their annual Veterans Day breakfast on Wednesday, Nov. 11, at the American Legion building. This breakfast is held… Read the full story and more in the paper edition of The Aberdeen Times!…

Superintendents impressed with Aberdeen schools

Aberdeen School District Superintendent Jane Ward informed the trustees that she was able to show the Region Five superintendents the school buildings and they were very impressed with how well kept they are and how much Aberdeen was able to…

Crisis center representative talks about domestic violence

Bingham County Crisis Center representative Scott Smith visited the Aberdeen City Council meeting Tuesday, Oct, 13, and presented some facts about domestic violence to council members Karalee Krehbiel, Mary Leisy, Brian Schneider, Alan Summers and Karl Vollmer. Council member Diane…

New postmaster comes to Aberdeen office

Cindy Sommer is the new Aberdeen postmaster for the United States Postal Service. She comes to Aberdeen from serving in Grangeville, ID. She grew up in Rexburg and attended schools there and went on to Ricks College, which is now…

Elizabeth Serna prepares for digital DYW program

The theme this year for the Idaho State Distinguished Young Women Program is “Fierce”. “Fierce” is representative of a young woman looking to better herself and the world around her. Fierce women respect themselves and inspire others. They prove every…