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Raymond Rowe

Raymond Rowe, age 84, of American Falls, ID, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013. Ray was born on Dec. 16, 1928, to William Pat and Margaret Ann Rowe. He attended Fairview Elementary School and American Falls High School. He married…

Steven Ray Neu

Steven Ray Neu, 64, of American Falls, ID, returned to his Heavenly Father on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013 after an extended illness. He passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family. Steven was born May 23, 1949 and was the…

Picture of the week: Future Aberdeen Tigers

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These boys, Logan Palmer, Carlos Serna and Oliver Villa, were playing football on their own before the high school football game Friday night. They are practising to become a Tiger football player when they get into high school.

Give blood this October to Red Cross

This Halloween Count Dracula is not the only one who needs your blood. The American Red Cross reminds us that regular blood donations are needed to maintain a safe and adequate blood supply for patients in our local hospitals. The…

Tigers beat Panthers in overtime

  The Aberdeen Tigers beat a previously undefeated 3-0 Snake River Panther football team on Friday, Sept. 27, and improved their own record to 4-1. The final score was 28-21 in overtime. To start the game, Aberdeen lost the toss…

Congress inability to act

by U.S. Senator Mike Crapo I recently held my third tele-townhall meeting of the year. These regular meetings are one of the ways I hear the insights of Idahoans. I value this input greatly. The primary purpose of the tele-townhall…

Tigers dominate game against Ririe

The Tiger defense came out strong against the Ririe Bulldogs on Friday night, Sept. 20 at Ririe. The Tigers beat the Bulldogs handily 42-17. The Tigers kicked off to Ririe and held them to a three and out. Ethan Elliot…

A.F. okays utility rate increase

Gives laundry break in water charges because of downtown revitalization by Daniel Moore Press staff writer American Falls will see their water rates go up $2 starting in October. The American Falls City Council approved the increase at their meeting on…

Picture of the week: Grinding

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An unidentified skater from Fort Hall performs a grind trick on one of the rails at the newly opened A.F. ImPact Community Skate Park. Skateboard enthusiasts from around the region joined local skaters and bike riders for the grand opening ceremony on Friday, Sept. 19.