Changes to ordinances bring election

A special election is scheduled for Tuesday, Aug.

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  • Parker’s Dr. Good named Veterinarian of the Year

    September 5th, 2018
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    The Veterinarian of the Year award recognized an SDVMA member for service and accomplishments benefitting the profession of veterinary medicine....

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    Driveway placement request denied

    September 5th, 2018
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    Dawn Rye | Writer drye@ncppub.com During last week’s commissioner’s meeting Highway Superintendent Kent Austin received a request to place a...

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    Two teens killed in accident west of Viborg

    September 5th, 2018
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    Two people were killed and another seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash late Friday night west of Viborg. Names of...

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    Success

    September 5th, 2018
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    Sarah Ebeling | Editor sebeling@ncppub.com In today’s industry, many businesses come and go. They open with hopes and dreams, only...

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    AT IT AGAIN

    August 30th, 2018
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    Missouri Petroleum’s crew was at it again this week. They worked their way through parts of Parker paving 24 blocks...

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  • Southeastern Behavioral Health discussed services

    August 30th, 2018
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    Dawn Rye | Writer drye@ncppub.com During last week’s commissioners meeting Kris Graham, CEO of Southeastern Behavioral Health explained last year’s...

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    Turner County to receive over $1 million in funding

    August 30th, 2018
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    Dawn Rye | Writer drye@ncppub.com The current federal safety funding program was extended to townships, cities, or counties to participate...

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    City cementing sidewalk ordinance into place

    August 30th, 2018
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    Sarah Ebeling | Editor sebeling@ncppub.com The second reading to continue forward with sidewalks in town was approved by the Parker...

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    ROPING AND WRANGLING

    August 14th, 2018
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    The annual Ranch Rodeo kicked off the Turner County Fair on Sunday, Aug. 12 with cowboys and cowgirls from all...

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    ICAP Office update

    August 14th, 2018
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    Dawn Rye| Writer drye@ncppub.com During last week’s commissioner’s meeting, the ICAP office was approved to receive a new three-prong outlet...

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  • What’s Happening

    Parker sweeps Sioux Valley

    Shane Merrill | Writer smerrill@ncppub.com In their first conference match of the season, the Parker volleyball team found themselves facing […]

    Howard edges Parker football

    Shane Merrill | Writer smerrill@ncppub.com For the second week in a row the Parker football team had their chances to […]

    Garretson edges Parker football

    Shane Merrill | Writer smerrill@ncppub.com Coming off a solid win over conference rival Chester, the Parker football team headed for […]