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Aberdeen holds candlelight vigil

Aberdeen residents joined the Bingham Crisis Center in the LDS gymnasium to show support for victims of domestic violence Thursday, Oct. 29. The candlelight vigil is meant to increase public awareness of domestic violence and for people to realize that…

Aberdeen gets new police officer

New Aberdeen Police Officer Zachary Monahan was issued the oath of office by Mayor Morgan Anderson during the regular city council meeting held Tuesday, Oct. 13. Present at the meeting were councilmembers Katherine O’Brien, Mary Leisy, Karalee Krehbiel-Bonzon, Brian Schneider,…

Changes made to Aberdeen harvest break

Aberdeen School District Board of Directors met in open session on Wednesday, Sept. 16 in the district board room. Present were chairman Herb Bohrer, trustees Elaine Blik, Todd Lowder and Mike Shackelford. Braden Driscoll was absent. Trustees, because of the…

Picture of the week: Idaho Power presents check to shcool


Mike Stokes (second from right), customer representative for Idaho Power, and Dave Joerger (right), general manager for Idaho Power, presented a check for $6,492 to Aberdeen High School principal Travis Pincock (second from left) and superintendent Jane Ward (left) last week for the project done in the high school. Aberdeen replaced the lights in the high school gymnasium. The estimated project cost was $14,700. That was higher than what the district had budgeted for the project but with the Idaho Power incentive and rebate, the district came under budget on the project. The annual energy savings will be $2,089.44. The energy saved will light 2.8 homes. The district thanks Gary Krehbiel for investigating the Idaho Power incentive and making the new lighting possible.