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Give blood this October to Red Cross

This Halloween Count Dracula is not the only one who needs your blood. The American Red Cross reminds us that regular blood donations are needed to maintain a safe and adequate blood supply for patients in our local hospitals. The…

School district financially sound

Also in this week’s Times: Who’s running for the city council seats? Despite receiving more than $1 million less from the state than five years ago, the Aberdeen School District is still financially sound, according to auditor Morgan Hatt, who…

Picture of the week: Evacuation drill held at the schools

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Children of the elementary school were very organized during the Emergency Evacuation Drill that was held on Friday, Sept. 13. The elementary and middle school students walked to the City Park. The elementary students gathered on the north side of the park and the middle school students gathered on the south side. The high school students walked to the Catholic Community Park. Buses or parents then picked up the students at those locations.

School harvest break starts Sept. 19

The Aberdeen School District will be out of school for harvest break beginning on Thursday, Sept. 19, and students will remain out of school through Friday, Oct. 4. Superintendent Jane Ward informed trustees Herb Bohrer, Todd Lowder, Mike Shackelford and…

Schools earn mixed academic rating results

While the number of high-performing schools across Idaho increased this year, results were mixed for Power County schools, according to the most recent results of Idaho‚Äôs Five-Star Rating System. This is the second year the state has reported results under…