Christmas spirit in Parker

Posted December 12, 2014 at 3:57 pm


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For any Scrooges who are not fond of this time of year, Parker was not the place for them on Saturday, because the Christmas spirit was in abundance.

The Chamber of Commerce’s annual Hometown Christmas took place over the weekend, and although a parade was not held this year, there was plenty of events and activities full of holiday spirit.

From turkey bowling to bingo and photos with Santa and Christmas shopping, the day was full for those who came to Parker.

Approximately 30 vendors had booths at the Community Building and

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    History in the making

    For the past 90 years, Parker’s water tower, which has sat in the city park, has served the town sufficiently with its 60,000 gallon tank.

    But, as time has gone on, both repairs and the need to a new tower became evident.

    For months now, crews have been working on installing the new 250,000 gallon tank, and last Tuesday, installation was complete. A 350 ton crane from Minnesota came to town to erect

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    Buller wins sixth annual derby

    Shane Merrill | sports,

    As if in almost a repeat, the 2014 Parker youth fishing derby once again brought tough weather conditions, as kids piled into Jim’s Sporting Supply last Saturday, June 7. The weather, as well as other activities did soften the overall turnout, but in all over 30 kids participated in this year’s

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    Boyden-Hull gym remodeled

    Posted August 5, 2015 at 6:33 pm

    It’s a new look for the Boyden-Hull High School gymnasium.

    The maple bleachers are gone, replaced by grey, molded plastic seating. The floor is lighter, finished

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    Hull Chiropractic opens for business

    Posted August 5, 2015 at 6:31 pm

    Construction plans and preparations are all falling into place as the newest chiropractic office in Hull begins business Monday, Aug. 10. The location at 521 Black Forest Road has been under construction for a while

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    Family helps carry on their brother’s

    Posted August 5, 2015 at 6:27 pm

    At the age of 18, Inwood native, Joel Niemeyer, sustained a spinal cord injury. Coping with living in a wheelchair led him to advocate for changes for better accessiblity for all handicap people. At the

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New Era Archived


Chemical Spill in Parker
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