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A resolute resolution

It is the start of the year and that can mean only one thing: I will be inadvertently back-dating checks and other documents until November. I guess it could also mean that it is time to evaluate how well I…

Average employees are here to stay

Brett was gone and I was checking his email, as he requested, when I ran across a spam email on how to fix your “average” employees. This put me in an interesting dilemma. Should I erase emails that might encourage…

Think outside the box

Our City by A.F. Mayor Marc Beitia I had a goal and a plan set to achieve it. The day was perfect. December 23, 2013. Spitting rain. Winds at 15-20 mph. Then I crested the ridge. The part of the…

All dressed for Christmas

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Many houses and yards are dressed up with lights and ready for Christmas and the lights are reflecting in the snow, making it ready for Christmas too. A lot of work has gone in to decorating this and many other yards in the area for the Christmas season. All of us at The Aberdeen Times wish you all a Very Merry Christmas!

Gilbert J. Barnard, 82

Gilbert J. Barnard, 82, beloved husband, brother, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend to all, passed away Monday, Dec. 16, 2013 in Blackfoot, ID. Gilbert was born July 31, 1931 in American Falls, ID, to William T. and Elizabeth Backman Barnard.…

Maria Perez

Maria G. Perez died suddenly on Wednesday evening, Dec. 18, 2013 due to medical illness. She was born June 17, 1932 in Mercedes, TX. She grew up in the Texas Valley and met and married Orfelio E. Perez on Aug.…

Lady Tigers earn big conference win

Not only did the Lady Tiger basketball team get their first win of the season, it was also a district win in overtime against the West Side Lady Pirates 63-60. “The girls gave 100 percent against West Side for the…