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Wayne Millett explains auditorium scheduling

Aberdeen music teacher Wayne Millett addressed the Aberdeen School District Board of Trustees Todd Lowder, Mike Shackelford, Sherrie Mauroner and David Wahlen, at the regular school board meeting held Wednesday, Oct. 17, discussing how scheduling would take place for the…

Bingham Crisis Center opens office in Aberdeen

The Bingham Crisis Center has a new office in Aberdeen. They are now located in the basement of Main Attraction. They also have new office hours. In the past Dulce Phillips, the bilingual coordinator, was in Aberdeen only twice a…

Picture: Kids on the Tramp

Not only human children enjoy jumping on a trampoline. These kids (goats) enjoy climbing up on the tramp and jumping just like humans do.

Squash harvest festival will be held Saturday

Don’t give away all your extra zucchini yet. Save them for the squash harvest festival Saturday, Oct. 6, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Aberdeen Elementary cafeteria and gymnasium. The Aberdeen Senior Citizen Center… Read the full story…

School doing well financially

Financial auditor Morgan Hatt informed Aberdeen School Board members Elaine Blik, Todd Lowder, David Wahlen and Sherri Mauroner, on Wednesday, Sept. 19, on the results of the annual audit performed for fiscal year ending June 30, 2018. He discussed how…

City will enforce existing ordinances

Aberdeen City Council members decided, after much discussion, that they will enforce the city ordinances currently in place instead of trying to change the ordinances to fit what is taking place in Aberdeen. Mayor Larry Barrett read a letter from…

City appeals special use permit granted last month

After meeting with Chris Pratt of Green Gold Development and the Rowburys, the Aberdeen City Council appealed the special use permit granted to Green Gold Development last month. They added some phrases to the special use permit and then approved…