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    Garretson escapes Pheasants

    By Shane Merrill | Writer The drought for the Parker boys basketball team continued last week, as the Pheasants welcomed […]

    Six wrestlers headed to State B

    Shane Merrill | Sports Writer The Parker wrestling team took part in the region tournament last week and will send […]

    Parker hangs tough against Tea

    Shane Merrill | Writer Parker welcomed neighboring Tea to town last Thursday night for the final regular game of the […]

  • Parker students staying dedicated through second semester

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    Dawn Rye | Writer High school honor roll serves students’ purpose to assess their academic performance and establish future goals. […]


    Emergency department receives grant for updated equipment

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    Dawn Rye | Writer During last week’s Turner County commissioner meeting, a motion was made to approve the grant application […]


    Two blocks of First Street to become one-way

    February 18th, 2021
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    Sarah Ebeling | Managing Editor Although there were several items on the agenda at last week’s city council meeting, council […]


    Parker School Board continues to discuss school project

    February 18th, 2021
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    Dawn Rye | Writer During last week’s Parker School District meeting, the board discussed a few adjustments to future project […]


    Still time to take out petitions

    February 18th, 2021
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    Sarah Ebeling | Managing Editor Anyone interested in taking out a petition to run for Parker School board still has […]


  • Second-grade class celebrates students with development of ‘Newsbook’

    February 18th, 2021
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    Julia Johnson | Staff Intern “I have won over 30 trophies! Wrestling is my sport. Sometimes it is hard and […]


    Multiple charges pending in stand-off in Turner County

    February 10th, 2021
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    Dawn Rye | Writer On Tuesday, a Lincoln County Deputy attempted to initiate a traffic stop on a black Ford […]


    Turner County patrol hour contracts discussed

    February 10th, 2021
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    Dawn Rye | Writer  The code of conduct states law enforcement officials shall fulfill the duty imposed upon them by […]


    Giving back

    February 4th, 2021
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    Sarah Ebeling | Managing Editor Although Chase the Ace has come and gone, leaving one local with over $30,000, the […]


    Viborg Bridge to be replaced

    February 4th, 2021
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    Dawn Rye | Writer During last week’s Turner County commissioner meeting, Highway Superintendent Kent Austin discussed bridge structure #63-189-230, 2.9 […]