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Page 2 The Aberdeen Times ‘ December 25, 2019 ‘ PoWer County Hospital DiStrict Foundation recieves grant from Union Pacific Foundation The Power County Hospital District Founda- tion was excited to receive $9,000 in funding fiom the Union Pacific Foundatidn this fall to help the Hospital District purchase emergen- cy preparedness equipment. UPR Director of Public Af-, fairs, Nathan Anderson met with Hospital Administra- tor Dallas Clinger, Foun- dation Executive Director Jacklyn Taylor, and Hospi- tal Safety Officer Luis Pe- l PCHD receives grant from Union Pacific Foundation Nathan Anderson, second fiom left, stands with Hospital Administrator Dallas Clinger, Foundation Executive Director Jacklyn Taylor, and Hospital Safety Officer Luis Perez for a tour of the facility renovations and to see the new emergency rez for a tour of the facility renovations and to see the new emergency equipment purchased with the grant fimding. The Hospital bought four new PAPR suits (air ' purifying suits) and back- up batteries that are very important for staff to utilize during a decontamination emergency. The Hospital Decon team will hold .periodic drills throughout the year to practice wearing equipment purchased with the grant funding. Dates to Remember The Aberdeen Times wishes the best to our readers on their special days each year. If there are any changes that need to be made or to have your name or your family’s ‘ names added to the list, contact The Aberdeen Times at 208-397-4440 or email to: times 1 @press-times.com. Happy Birthday . Dec. 26 EliZabeth Ledford Katie Adams Dec. 27 Alan Chandler J anae Smith Dec. 28 John Burusco Joshua Krehbiel April Youngstrom' Dec. 29 Edith Kendall Edith Prestidge , Janiel Howell Dec. 30 Kandie Foster Mary Simms Notice to creditors Published in The Aberdeen Times Dec. 18, 25, 2019, Jan. 1, 2020. Curry D. Andrews, Attorney at Law Idaho State Bar No. 9315 ESTATE PROTECTION & PLANNING, PLLC 202 Idaho Street, American Falls, ID 83211 Telephone: (208) 226-5138 Facsimile: (208) 226-5255 curryandrews@gmail.com IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL DIS- TRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BINGHAM MAGISTRATE DIVISION Case No. CV06-19-2219 NOTICE TO CREDITORS (I.C-. 15-3-801) IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF: MARK D. PHILLIPS, JR, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been ap- pointed Personal Representative of the above-named decedent’s estate. All persons having claims against the decedent or the estate are required to present their claims within four months afier the date of the first pub- lication of this Notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to the undersigned at the address indicated and filed with the Clerk of the Court. DATED: Dec. 3, 2019 Rosetta Jean Phillips 405 N. 3rd E. Aberdeen, ID 83210 Subscribed and sworn to before ma on this 3rd day ofDec., 2019. Curry D. Andrews ' Notary Public Residing at: American Falls My Commission Expires: 6/23/2021 I J astin Inskeep Dec. 31 Carla Corbridge . Zane Bono Shannon Libby Nadine Ramirez Gabriel Houghland ‘ Jan. 1 ' Corrine Christensen Makenna Schritter Sylvia Gunter Sugarbeet growers now accepting b1ds Published in The Aberdeen Times Dec. 18, 25, 2019. Upper Valley Sugarbeet Growers Accepting Tare Bids Notice is hereby given that the Upper Snake Sugarbeet Growers will accept bids for the removal of tare dirt from each of the following receiving stations; Bid per Station I 1. North Pleasant Valley 9 Trucks Required ‘ 2. South Pleasant Valley 5 Trucks Required 3. Center Pleasant Valley 5 Trucks Required 4. Fingal 7 Trucks Required 5. Springfield 5 Trucks Required 6. Liberty 9 Trucks Required 7. Blackfoot 3 Trucks Required 8. American Falls - 3 Trucks Re- quired 9. Homestead - 3 Trucks Required 10. Seagull Bay 5 Trucks Required Tare Dirt will be dumped onsite for the Homestead Station; all other tare dirt will be hauled ofi‘site unless different arrangements are negotiated and accepted with the Association Board. All Stations will require the location of where the tare dirt will be hauled. Minimums per day will total $300 per running pilar for that given day upon the event that the total tare hauled for that day has not totaled $300 in Gross Revenue. A11 Bids will only be accepted as flat rate per ton Bids. Sealed bids must be submitted in writing to the AssOciation prior to the close of busineSs January 15th, 2020. The Successful bidder will en- ter into a two (2) year contract with an option to extend another two (2) years with the Association for tare removal. Sealed bids may be hand delivered or mailed to Conrad Isaak, 3202 Hedstrom Lane, Am. Falls ID ' 83211. The Association reserves the right to refuse any and all bids and re- bid at a later date. Bidders may obtain further information regarding the tare dirt removal by calling Conrad Isaak at 208.241.0005. Conrad Isaak, Secretary/1" reasurer Upper Snake River Growers Association the suits and treating patients to be prepared in the event of a patient emergency involving chemicals. The transportation of potentially dangerous chemicals in our area is high with the railroad and heavy agricultural industries inthe community. This equipment and some of the upgrades completed with the hospital renovations have allowed the facility to add a separate decontaminationshowerand Stuart Robb Gary Styler Leo Chandler Carla Dance Happy Anniversary Dec. 26 Richard and Donna Mayer Dec. 28 John and Lisa Alexander Dec. 30 Clint and Marge Krehbiel Neil and Beth Brown negative pressure_room that could be vital for treating patients here locally and protecting everyone else during a decontamination emergency if necessary. The PCHD Foundation and Hospital District greatly appreciate the generosity of the Union Pacific Foundation in donating the funds to help us purchase this important equipment that can keep our patients and community safer. manta, g Hank Fitch. S EN IO R M EN u Lunches at the Aberdeen Senior Citizen Center are open to the public, regard- less of age. Menu is subject to change. Friday, Dec. 27 Sack lunch during con- struction Tuesday, Dec. 31 Sack lunch during con- struction Dan Hammond will celebrate 80th birthday Dan Hammond will be celebrating his 80th birthday on Saturday, Dec. 28, with an open house. The open house will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 650 Pocatello Ave, in American Falls from 3 to 6 pm. with a program from 4 to 5 pm. The family would like you to come and celebrate with them for this special occasion 'eadline Cban Tbe Aberdeen Times \ baye an early I deadline for ibe Wednesday, l edilion. Deadline normally for Jan. I is Friday, Dec. 21, by p.m. New deadline: Thursday, Dec. 26, by p.m. All adverlising, press releases, . slory ideas, 0r announcemenls . be in by ' Thursday, Dec. 26, al 51p.m. 10 appear in the paper The Aberdeen Times P.O. Box 856 0 31 S. Main 0 Aberdeen 0 208-397-4440 es to Powr County Hospital The American Falls branch of Northwest Farm Credit Services gave $1,500 to Power County Hospital, which went toward purchasing a floor scrubber, which should help clean a longer hallway and more floor space in the remodeled hospital. Pictured receiv- ing the grant are the hospital’s housekeeping staff, including Luis Perez, Maria Muniz, Maria Tapia and Lucia Menez, as well as Northwest representatives Adam Teichert and : . (Minty/1.1M? g PCHD Fwndaimns “PM “I -. Hospital [gvipivimt Bingham County Public Works I3 Frontage "and Blackfoot. Idol» 8322! {2”} 732.3118 (my name (In) um, warm: Director PUBLIC NOTICE December 4‘”, 2019 Aberdeen Landfill _ New Operational Hours Beginning January 1“, 2020 Wednesday - 11:00 am. to 4:45 p.111. Thursday - CLOSED Saturday - 9:00 am. to 4:45 pm. “Give light and the people will find their own way” , The Aberdeen (USPS No. 003-300) Published weekly by Crompton Publishing, Inc. , PO. Box 856 - 31 S. Main Street Aberdeen, Idaho 83210 Office: (208) 397-4440 Fax: (208) 397-4440 BRETT CROMPTON VICKI GAMBLE Publisher Editor DANIEL MOORE DEBBIE CROMPTON Ad Compositor Advertising Manager DEADLINES The deadline for submitting content to the newspaper is the Friday at 5 pm: before the next Wednesday publication. If there is a holiday Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Friday, the deadline is Thursday at 5 pm. Official Newspaper for The City of Aberdeen The Aberdeen Times (USPS 003—300) is published weekly ' by Crompton Publishing, Inc., 31 S. Main Aberdeen, Idaho, 83210. 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