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Aberdeen youth softball, baseball signup begin

The Aberdeen youth softball and baseball sign-ups have begun with practices beginning May 11 and games beginning May 26. Cost to participate is $15 per player if registered by April 9. On April 10 … Read the full story and…

Residents voice concerns about streets

Aberdeen residents were in attendance at the Aberdeen City Council meeting Tuesday, March 9, to voice their concerns with some of the city streets. Cora Kendall, spokesman for the three in attendance, asked why, last spring that a certain road…

Easter sunrise service will be April 4

Easter sunrise service will be held on Sunday, April 4, at Ken and Marilyn Horsch’s residence… Read the full story and more in the paper edition of The Power County Press! Subscribe Today!

Middle school presents Matilda JR next week

The Aberdeen Middle School musical department will present the Broadway Junior adaptation of the Tony Award-winning hit Matilda. Matilda JR, a gleefully… Read the full story and more in the paper edition of The Aberdeen Times! Subscribe Today!

Basketball teams sought

Basketball teams are currently being sought to participate in the Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce Chamber Games. The deadline to submit… Read the full story and more in the paper edition of The Aberdeen Times! Subscribe Today!

Fundraiser for Ellie Klassen will be March 6

A spaghetti dinner, silent auction, raffle and performances will be held on Saturday, March 6, as a fundraiser to benefit Ellie Klassen, a 10 year old Aberdeen resident diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, which is a cancer of the… Read…

School teachers get vaccinated

Aberdeen school district teachers and staff were able to get their first shot of the Covid-19 vaccine on Wednesday, Jan. 20. A little over 50 percent of the workers who wanted the vaccine were vaccinated. Superintendent Jane Ward told board…

City wastewater treatment plant in need of upgrade

Aberdeen is looking at some upgrade work on its wastewater treatment plant within the next few years, because of regulations required by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), including the need to lower the potassium level of the water before it…