Ipswich Betterment Award

The Ipswich Commercial Club and Development Corporation presented the 2023 Ipswich Betterment to Vaughn Beck. Miss Ipswich Snow Queen Karlie Gohl Junior Miss Ipswich Anna Nierman presented the plaque...

Family affair

The Ipswich Wrestling Booster Club AAU youth tournament was held in Ipswich on Sunday, Feb. 18. There were 41 Ipswich Area young wrestlers competing in the busy event. Melissa Opsahl , photo, records...

Ipswich Lions donate time and funds at SDSBVI in Aberdeen

Ipswich Lions members recently provided lunch to the students and staff at the South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (SDSBVI). A donation was presented along with the "tip jar"...

Wrestlers head to State B

Ipswich/Bowdle wrestlers competed in the Region 1B Tournament in Gettysburg on Feb. 17. IHS Senior Kadyn Weisser placed fourth in the Region and will compete in the 215 division at the State B Meet Feb. 22-24 in the Denny Sanford Premier Center in...

EC to celebrate School Board Recognition Week

The Edmunds Central School District will join districts across the state to thank school board members for their leadership and service to our local school district and community during South Dakota School Board Recognition Week from February...

4-Hers earn trips to State Shoot for shooting skills

The Edmunds County Shooting Sports held their first postal. Shooting a qualifying score enables the shooter to participate in the State Shoot in Ft. Pierre on April 26-28. Sixteen BB Gun shooters showed their skills in standing, kneeling, sitting,...

Tigers 1-1 at home versus Potter County

Ipswich hosted Potter County last Thursday, February 15 in non-conference varsity basketball action. The outcomes were split. That was because the Tiger boys would compile a 48-34 victory following a...

Two wins for Thunder at Sunshine Bible

The Thunder basketball program had a fruitful excursion to Sunshine Bible last Friday. And that's because the NC girls won 45-29 and the boys came home with a 50-31 victory. How did the girls accomplish all that? Well, it's because for one thing...

Panthers stop Thunder girls in Aberdeen last week

The North Central Thunder girls basketball team met up with Great Plains Lutheran on Tuesday, Feb. 13 in Aberdeen and would sustain 56-35 defeat from the powerful Watertown-based team. The GPL contingent had got off to an impressive 10-4...

Thunder boys meet two West River opponents

The Thunder boys played a pair of West River varsity  basketball opponents on Monday, Feb. 12 and on Saturday, Feb. 17. They would be defeated 71-41 by Wakpala in their earlier game on the road and...

Lake Region Conference foe victorious over NC

North Central met Leola/Frederick in a key Lake Region Conference girls varsity basketball match on Thursday, February 15 and the Thunder sustained a 60-30 setback in Leola. But the Thunder only trailed 13-9 after a quarter and were still very much...

Cavaliers stop Tigers in Warner Classic

Playing without an injured Trevor Heinz at the Warner Classic Saturday, Feb. 17, the Ipswich boys basketball team still managed to put up a good fight in a 69-42 loss to Aberdeen Roncalli. But the Tigers would trail at each quarter break, 18-9,...

Pirates steal victory from Tigers

The Ipswich girls varsity basketball team was defeated 38-25 during a visit to Highmore-Harrold last Tuesday, Feb. 13. This confrontation evolved into somewhat of a defensive struggle with the hosts leading at respective quarter break 7-2, 22-14...

Basketball post-season underway

The girls basketball Regional play is underway. The North Central girls, the #6 seeds, played #3 McLaughlin on Tuesday. The Ipswich girls played Sunshine Bible Academy in the #8 vs. #9 play-in game Monday. The Tigers traveled to play #1 Lyman on...

Fiddlin' Around

We are quickly transitioning into post-season local sports events starting with Kadyn Weisser and Sophia Knittel going to the State B in wrestling for Ipswich-Bowdle. So good luck! Some other regional results were not available in time for this...

From Capitol Hill

House Report by Scott Moore February 16, 2024 As South Dakota Legislators close out week six and move into week seven the workload continues to be steady but organized. In week six House Education committee heard bills on school funding HB 1048....

Letters

A new Jail is a WIN for everyone in Edmund’s County After the closing of the Jail in Ipswich at the County building it has come to my attention that anyone that is detained by the Edmund’s County Sheriff has to be transported to the nearest...

Verna Ardella Schumacher

Verna Ardella Schumacher, 86, Eureka and most recently of Aberdeen, died Sunday, February 11, 2024 at the Bethesda Home of Aberdeen. Funeral services were Friday, February 16, 2024 at...

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