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Gear up for Centerville Tornado Days 2022

Gear up for Centerville Tornado Days 2022 Jenn Eli | Writer June 29 through July 3 will be jam-packed with entertainment, food, and activities for everyone.  This event kicks off Wednesday with children’s author Kevin Lovegreen.  He is known for his books on Hunting...

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Tragedy strikes in Turner County

Donna Rumbaugh | Managing Editor A stepping-stone amongst the rubble reflects the love a family shared.  A Saturday like any other turned out to be a day like no other.  What began as a normal day for the Dannen family ended in tragedy, death, and...

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Parker Red 12U stays hot

Shane Merrill | Sports Writer The Parker Red 12U baseball team stayed hot last week, winning three games while giving up just one run in the stretch.  First in the run was winless Tea Reiland. The Pheasants and Titans were locked in a 0-0 game when both teams...

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Famous in a small town

Don Jorgensen interviews Parker mayor Ron Nelson last week for an upcoming piece on KELOLAND News. photo/Sarah Ebeling(Photo/Sarah Ebeling) Sarah Ebeling | Managing Editor Although the phrase may have been made popular by country music singer Miranda Lambert, “famous...

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Board discusses elementary addition

Cars line both sides of the street outside of the school, as well as fill the parking lot. The school is looking to build an addition in the parking lot and hopes to change the parking on the streets too. photo/Sarah Ebeling Dawn Rye | Writer During last week’s Parker...

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VFW grant helps upgrade Parker baseball field

On Monday, June 1, Parker Rec board member Shane Merrill hauled water pipes off the baseball field complex in preparation for the first game to be held for the season.  Dawn Rye | Writer To help encourage youth in baseball the Department of SD Veteran of Foreign...

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No signs of new business in former dollar store building

Dawn Rye | Writer Although Family Dollar, which was located on the edge of Parker, has only been closed a couple weeks, the Parker Area Development Corporation is already looking towards the future and what could be housed in that building.  However, at the...

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In full swing

An iceberg knocked out this bridge by Hole 8, leaving golfers unable to swing at two holes at ParMar. (Photo/Dawn Rye) Dawn Rye | Writer  ParMar opens despite rough spring As golfers prepare to swing their clubs towards the greens one local course is making a few...

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Parker FCCLA members attend Leadership Conference

FCCLA students who attended the annual Leadership Conference were, back row from left: Advisor Linda Pankratz, Alison Nankivel, Angelina Johnson, Taylor Van Emmerick, Anthony Anderson, Alexis Mielke. Front row from left: Makenna Walton, Joleigh Mielke, Shelby...

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Golfers take second in practice round

Shane Merrill | Writer The Parker golf team, although incomplete, headed to Dell Rapids last Tuesday before a blizzard raged on the following three days. Parker had two incomplete teams, but still had a solid day at the course. On the girls side, Makenna Hertel took...

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Janet (Keating) Giddings

Janet (Keating) Giddings83Saturday, March 16Southern NewHampshire Medical Center in NashuaJanet was born on Aug. 19, 1936, in Sioux Falls, to Paul and Frances (Boushka) Keating. She grew up in nearby Parker attending Parker schools. After graduating from South Dakota...

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Pheasants top Viborg-Hurley

Shane Merrill | Writer smerrill@ncppub.com After an up and down weekend at the Sioux Falls Pentagon volleyball tournament, the Parker girls were back in action last Tuesday night, facing off against neighboring Viborg-Hurley. The Cougars were no match for the...

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