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Chamber serves about 1,900 for breakfast

The Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce sponsored breakfast for Aberdeen Daze Saturday, June 26, served about 1,900 plates of food. The breakfast began at 6 a.m. and was still going strong until almost 11 a.m. with the line back to the…

Chris Duffin releases her new book

Christine Duffin, has released a new book, “Finney The Frog Learns to Swim” that was written by her and illustrated by Stacy Ferguson. Finney is a frog who is afraid to swim. He faces his fears with the help of…

New district office possible because of federal funds

Aberdeen School District Board of Trustees discussed turning part of the old high school building into a district office and board room. The improvements are possible because of federal funds provided to improve the facilities. Business manager David Burke reported…

Star Warts comes to Aberdeen stage

The Aberdeen Arts Council will hold the Summer Drama Camp in conjunction with Aberdeen Daze. The camp will be held the week of June 21. The show will be Star Warts: The Umpire Strikes Back. The assignment of… Read the…

Aberdeen Daze will be held June 25, 26

The Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce is moving forward with Aberdeen Daze this year. It will be held on Saturday, June 26. Sidewalk sales will be Friday and Saturday, June 25 and 26. On Saturday, the breakfast will be from 6…

Aberdeen High names top graduating students

Aberdeen High School has named the top 10 students of the graduating class of 2021. Valedictorian is Kiana Bono and Salutatorian is Daniel Medel. . Graduation ceremonies were held Thursday, May 27, in the middle school gymnasium. It started at…

Middle school students report on Yellowstone trip

Five seventh grade girls reported on the Yellowstone trip to Aberdeen School District board members present at the regular school board meeting. They reported that all five of them plus one more girl unable to attend the meeting were able…

Waste water treatment plant upgrades were approved

After a public hearing, with no one from the public in attendance to comment, the Aberdeen City Council approved the petition for upgrades to the waste water treatment plant. Council members mentioned that they had only had people ask how…

Homestead Cemetery improved

The Homestead Cemetery had some landscaping improvements made this spring on the north edge of the cemetery. Russian Olives and other plant overgrowth were removed last… Read the full story and more in the paper edition of The Aberdeen Times!…