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Chamber banquet canceled

Because the state of Idaho is still in a modified Stage 2 with the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic… Read the full story and more in the paper edition of The Aberdeen Times! Subscribe Today!

Mini health fair planned

There will be no health fair this year at the Aberdeen Middle School for the public to enjoy. However, there will still be mobile mammograms and blood screening tests available. Community members are welcome to have … Read the full…

DEADLINE CHANGES

 

Because of an unforeseen change in our printing schedule, The Power County Press  and The Aberdeen Times are changing their deadlines.
The new deadline will be Thursdays at 5 p.m. for most content for the next Wednesday publications. Legal notices have a different deadline, and will need to be in by Thursday at noon for the next Wednesday publication. For example, for the Wednesday, Jan. 13, issue, content will need to be in by Thursday, Jan. 7, by 5 p.m. or 12 noon for legal notices.
Content beyond the legal notices may include advertising, community events, birthday announcements, anniversary announcements, birth announcements and wedding announcements, etc. Obituaries and death notices will also need to be in as soon as possible to be included. Please continue to send in your advertising and community announcements, just at the earlier deadline.

All announcements appear for free in both papers, while advertising, legal notices and obituaries have a fee. Contact The Power County Press at 208-226-5294 or press1@press-times.com, or The Aberdeen Times at 208-397-4440 or times1@press-times.com for more information.

City will look at better ways to earn interest

Aberdeen City Council members Mary Leisy, Brian Schneider, Alan Summers and Karl Vollmer discussed looking at the money situation for the city again. Currently the money market the city has earns 96 percent. Schneider said he thinks they need to…

Aberdeen music students will perform video concert

The annual Christmas Concert for the Aberdeen High School and Aberdeen Middle School Music Department will be held Monday, Dec. 14, at 7 p.m. Groups performing will include the sixth grade band, seventh and eighth grade combined… Read the full…

Aberdeen District Library is now offering 24/7 Wi-Fi

Through a federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act grant, administered by the Idaho Department of Commerce and managed by the Idaho Commission for Libraries (ICfL), the Aberdeen District Library received a significant upgrade to the library’s internet…

Aberdeen airport will be expanded in the future

After much discussion and a vote, Aberdeen City Council members decided to go forward with the expansion of the Aberdeen airport. All council members, Diane Hernandez, Karalee Krehbiel, Mary Leisy, Brian Schneider, Alan Summers and Karl Vollmer, were present. The…

Aberdeen area sees high voter turnout for election

The Aberdeen and Springfield/Sterling precincts saw a high voter turnout for the election held Tuesday, Nov. 3. The Aberdeen precinct had a 65.11 percent turnout and the Springfield/Sterling precinct had a 58.52 percent of the registered voters actually vote. Aberdeen…

Veteran’s Day breakfast is slated Nov. 11

The Aberdeen American Legion Post #59 will host their annual Veterans Day breakfast on Wednesday, Nov. 11, at the American Legion building. This breakfast is held… Read the full story and more in the paper edition of The Aberdeen Times!…