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Aberdeen receives DEQ wastewater planning grant

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) announced on Monday, Feb. 6, the award of a wastewater planning grant in the amount of $20,000 to the city of Aberdeen in Bingham County. The funds will be used to prepare a…

Aberdeen City will supply sand and bags

Due to the anticipation of potential flooding in our community Aberdeen has had sand bags and sand delivered. For more information on availability of these materials contact city hall at 397-4161 and speak to any of the office staff or…

Picture of the week: Business of the year

Business of the year Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce outgoing president Jan Pratt (right), presented Conan Feld (left) with the Business of the Year Award for 2016. She complimented him on how nice the new Ace Hardware store looks and makes Aberdeen look. He then told of some of the things they went through to get the job started and finished, stating it took two years. The award was given to him at the annual Chamber Banquet held Monday, Jan. 16.

Trustees review building plans, change next meeting date

Joe Reams and Shannon Schultz with Construction Services, Inc. and Glenn Robinette with Hutchison Smith Architects discussed the status of the High School Construction Project at the regular school board meeting held Wednesday, Jan. 18, at 5:30 p.m. Present at…

City of Aberdeen is under snow

Mayor Larry Barrett said he was not going to give a State of the City address at the city council meeting held Tuesday, Jan. 10, because the city was under snow, but he did give three things that he wants…

Hospital bond to be on May ballot

Hospital looking for volunteers to form committee in support of bond by Daniel Moore Press Staff Writer Voters will decide again if the Power County Hospital gets renovated. The Power County Hospital Board will ask voters for a bond in…

Aberdeen council rewrites home occupation ordinance

The Aberdeen City Council has approved a number of changes dealing with home occupation licenses. With the changes made, a person seeking a home occupation license must obtain written consent from the owners of all adjoining properties within 150 feet…

Repairs are needed on the elementary school doors

When the buildings were inspected the doors at the elementary school did not pass inspection Superintendent Jane Ward told board members, Elaine Blik, Todd Lowder, Mike Shackelford and Braden Driscoll, at the meeting held Wednesday, Dec. 14. Because the doors…