Fall Festival Fun

The Parker Chamber of Commerce’s annual Fall Festival is only days away and plans are well underway.

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  • Setting the stage for future performances

    September 27th, 2017
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    Setting the stage for future performances Dawn Rye | Writer drye@ncppub.com A theater play encourages the audience to think outside of the box or fantasize about the world they wish to

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    Keeping your personal records safe

    September 27th, 2017
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    Attorney General Marty Jackley is asking consumers to be vigilant of scams and consider their options in protecting their personal identifying

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    Highway Department hosts five-year bridge improvement plan

    September 21st, 2017
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    Highway Superintendent Kent Austin extended an invitation for all Turner County townships and municipalities to discuss the county’s five-year

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    Another voice in the community

    September 13th, 2017
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    Another voice in the community Dawn Rye | Writer drye@hotmail.com Centerville Economic Development Director, Jared Hybertson discussed at last week’s commissioner’s meeting a potential county economic partnership opportunity.

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    A once in a lifetime experience

    September 13th, 2017
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    Country super-star Garth Brooks has sold over 160 million albums worldwide and has won the hearts of countless.
    One of those

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  • Family, friends and faith

    September 13th, 2017
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    Every person has a story to tell. And with that person’s life comes a purpose.
    Ed Centeno’s purpose was to be a son, a solider, a husband and a father.

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    Main street road repairs

    September 7th, 2017
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    Last week work began on a portion of Main Street in Parker. According to Street Superintendent Mike Jorgensen, the area...

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    Auditor’s Office to receive new ballot machines

    August 16th, 2017
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    A motion was made during last week’s meeting that the Turner County Auditors Office would receive eight new ballot

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    Christiansen’s zoning petitioned tabled

    August 16th, 2017
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    A motion was made to table the discussion during last week’s zoning meeting due to special election regarding ordinances.
    Joel Christiansen petitioned the

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    Council to trim trees in powerlines

    August 16th, 2017
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    A first reading was held last Monday in regards to trees in the city of Parker.

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  • What’s Happening

    Parker goes 2-2 at Pentagon

    Heading into Saturdays Pentagon volleyball tournament, the Parker Pheasants were riding high on a nine game winning streak, after knocking off

    Parker football wins second straight game

    The Parker football team capped off their homecoming week with a big win over neighboring Viborg-Hurley.

    Sandy Knock,

    Sandy Knock, 60 Friday, Sept. 22 Tea Sandra Kay Stockwell was born on Sept. 29, 1956, in Sioux Falls the daughter of Richard and Sylvia (Reiners) Stockwell.