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Picture of the Week: Tiger Pride Day

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Tiger Pride Day took place Thursday, May 23 in Aberdeen. Students were out in force
sweeping streets, washing windows, picking up trash along the roads, trail and golf course, as well as other things to give back to the community for everything the community and businesses have done for them.

Picture of the Week: Arbor Day

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Aberdeen held their Arbor Day celebration on Friday, April 19, at Wahlen Field. Five pine trees were planted on the back side of the park. Mayor Morgan Anderson read the city Arbor Day proclamation and council member Lisa Pankau presented the city with a Tree City Flag. Aberdeen has been a Tree City for 14 years.

Bingham County clean up day will be May 18

Free access to landfills in effect that day Bingham County has designated Saturday, May 18, as a county-wide clean up day. Residents of Bingham County will not be charged for household waste, sometimes called Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) or Construction…

Eight vie for 2014 Distinguished Young Woman title

Program is this Saturday, April 20 Eight Aberdeen High School junior girls will be competing for Aberdeen’s Distinguished Young Woman title for 2014. The girls are April Beck, Priscilla Villegas, Isela Carrillo, Aspen Poulson, Shelbey Warren, Kamille Foster, Kira Shelman…

Sprucing up the trail

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Volunteer members of the Aberdeen Fire Department crew burned off the weeds and dead grass along the Gem Trail Monday night, April 1. The Gem Trail Foundation said: “many thanks to them, it looks so nice.”

Auction ad leads to stolen tractors

The Power County Sheriff’s Office along with the help of Bingham County Sheriff’s deputies have recovered two tractors stolen in 2011. Power and Bingham county deputies served a search warrant on Wednesday, April 3, at the Aberdeen residence of Richard…