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Can’t get my brain to chase a deer

I’m surrounded by people who are trying to be better. They try to watch less TV, throw away less garbage, exercise more and eat less. But I don’t know of any 90-year-olds who are trying to lose weight, and they’ve…

Power County Commission minutes

Published in The Power County Press April 22, 2015. POWER COUNTY COMMISSIONER Synopsis of Minutes for March 23, 2015 A complete set of minutes are on file at the Power County Courthouse, American Falls, Idaho. The complete minutes are also…

Local rodeo team competes in Pocatello

by Daniel Moore Press Staff Writer The American Falls, Aberdeen and Rockland high school rodeo team had rodeos in Pocatello on Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18. Highlights from local contenders in the Friday rodeo include Lexie Lehman, who…

Thanks for levy support

Dear Aberdeen community members and stakeholders, On behalf of the teachers and employees of the Aberdeen School District, I want to take the opportunity to thank the residents for their tremendous support in the recent levy. This particular levy directly…

Gary Deane Chapple

Gary Deane Chapple passed away suddenly on April 13, 2015. He was the first child born to Joseph William Chapple and Theda Marie Phillips on July 14, 1941 in Aberdeen, Idaho. He was the first of eight children. Gary graduated…

Lorin Armond Corbridge, 87

Lorin Armond Corbridge, 87, of Aberdeen, passed away Wednesday, April 15, 2015 in Pocatello, ID, surrounded by his family. He was born July 9, 1927 in Sterling, ID, to Leslie Ambrose and Ruby May Claypool Corbridge. Lorin was a lifetime…

Lois Wedel

Lois Wedel passed away at Spring Creek Manor on Wednesday, April 15, 2015. Lois was born and raised on a farm west of Aberdeen on Jan. 19, 1923 to Frank and Anna Wenger. She lived all her life in and…

Drop in scores expected with new ISAT tests

by Daniel Moore Press Staff Writer Under the old Idaho Standards Achievement Test (ISAT), 80 percent of third graders were considered competent in their reading ability in 2007. After five years of testing, that percentage went up to 94.6 percent…