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Cinderella hits the stage at Performing Arts Center

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella will be presented by the Aberdeen Arts Council beginning Thursday, March 10. Other performances will be Friday, Saturday, and Monday, March 11, 12 and 14. All performances will be at 7 p.m. in the Aberdeen Performing…

Three more teachers retire, one will resign after school year

After reluctantly accepting the resignation of Wayne Millett last month, the Aberdeen School District Board of Trustees reluctantly accepted the resignation of three more teachers who are retiring, Jennifer Krehbiel, Sherry Yancey and Ron Mower, and one teacher, Cassidy Jolley,…

City asked to vacate portion of Boise Avenue

Aberdeen city council members were asked about vacating a portion of Boise Avenue during their regular meeting held Tuesday, Feb. 8. Kylan Feld presented to council members, Diane Hernandez, Karalee Krehbiel, Mary Leisy, Brian Schneider, Alan Summers and Karl Vollmer,…

Trustees approve modified four-day school week next year

Aberdeen School Board Trustees approved a modified four-day school week during their meeting held Tuesday, Jan. 18. Present to approve the change for the school district were chairman Todd Lowder, Elaine Blik, David Wahlen, Amy Burusco and, via phone, Sherrie…

City receives grants for infrastructure

The city of Aberdeen has received two grants, both are to be used for infrastructure. One is for the airport for $110,000 and one is for the city through the American Rescue Plan for $212,000. Both of these grants are…

Be aware and prepared during winter school months

by Superintendent Jane Ward Aberdeen School District Happy New Year. It is nice to have the students back in school. This school year has proven to be very successful. Student achievement is on the rise, and federal “Covid” funds have…

2021 – the year in review

Many accomplishments occurred and events took place in and around Power County and Aberdeen in 2021. In this week’s edition of The Aberdeen Times and The Power County Press, we take a look at some of the news that took…

Aberdeen students wish to start Esports program

Three students from Aberdeen High School gave a presentation on high school Esports to Aberdeen School Board members Todd Lowder, Sherrie Mauroner, David Wahlen and Elaine Blik at the meeting held Wednesday, Dec. 15. Esports is an online competitive video…

Karen Escamilla-Garnica accepted to Stanford University

Over 1,650 applicants admitted to top colleges with full scholarships through QuestBridge Palo Alto, California QuestBridge is pleased to announce the results of the 2021 QuestBridge National College Match, a national program that connects high-achieving high school seniors from low-income…