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Spillway project has begun on A.F. Dam project

Construction repair has begun on the deteriorating concrete on the downstream portion of the American Falls Dam included in the spillway. Repairs started Monday, June 1, and the construction is planned through the end of the calendar year. Currently the…

New Aberdeen police officer, reserve officer sworn in

The city of Aberdeen received more help when a new officer, Denton Christensen, and a reserve officer, Brook Ferro, took the oath of office at the city council meeting Tuesday, June 9. City council members were practicing social distancing, but…

City hall opens by appointment

Starting Monday, May 4, Aberdeen City Hall has begun taking appointments for title work, new registrations, dog tags and any other necessary city business for local Aberdeen residents. Appointments will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and can…

May 19 primary election is all absentee this year

Governor Brad Little and Secretary of State Lawerence Denney signed a Proclamation on April 1, 2020 regarding changes that will be in effect for the May 19, 2020 primary election. Given the growing number of coronavirus cases in Idaho, it…

School is out until at least the end of April

Aberdeen School Board members agreed to keep school out until the end of April. On May 1, at 3 p.m. they will meet via Zoom and make a decision whether that schedule should be adjusted. Trustees met at their regular…

Grab and Go lunches available to children

The Aberdeen School District will provide Grab and Go lunches for all children 18 years or younger. The program began… Read the full story and more in the paper edition of The Aberdeen Times! Subscribe Today!