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First-ever girls division part of State Tournament

The SDHSAA has announced the first-ever Girls' Weight Class information, as well as pairings for the Class "A" and Class "B" Dual Championships at this year's Dakota State High School Wrestling...

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Catholic Daughters education contest winners announced

The Catholic Daughters of the Americas (CDA) Court St. Katharine Drexel #2516 held its local education contest recently. The theme of the contest was "Let All you do be done with love" or "Show Love...

COVID-19 vaccine now offered to residents age 65 and over

Secretary of Health Kim Malsam-Rysdon released the following statement to remind state residents that starting Feb. 22, the COVID-19 vaccination age statewide has been dropped to those 65 and over in age: “Starting today, the vaccination age will...

4-H Shooters earn trips to State Shoot

The Edmunds County Shooting Sports held their first postal on February 15. Shooting a qualifying score enables the shooter to participate in the State Shoot in Ft. Pierre on April 23-25. Nine BB Gun shooters showed their skills in standing,...

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Tigers stop Pirates at home

The Ipswich varsity girls' basketball team got back into the win column with a 49-45 homecourt win over Highmore-Harrold last Tuesday. The score was tied three times and the lead changed hands eight...

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Five I-B wrestlers to compete at State B

Five Ipswich/Bowdle wrestlers will compete in the State B Wrestling Tournament this week, February 25-27 in Rapid City. Lucas Rowland placed first in his division in the Region 1B tournament in...

Tigers get win at Warner Classic over Wolverines

The Ipswich Tiger boys varsity outlasted Herreid/ Selby Area 41-40 in a non-conference Warner Classic basketball clash last Saturday in Warner. The opening half was sort of a tale of two quarters. Ipswich got off to a 15-0 lead and still led 15-2...

PC Battlers stop Tigers

The Tiger boys tangled with Potter County last Thursday in Gettysburg. But the hosts lived up to their nickname, battling to a 61-37 victory. The first quarter had decided nothing, as each team would be able to procure 14 points. Taylor Thorson had...

Lady Tigers close regular season with win

The Ipswich Tiger girls closed out their regular-season schedule at 13-7 with a 55-47 conquest of the Potter County Battlers last Thursday in Gettysburg. Ipswich would obtain a 15-6 first-quarter lead and then doubled PC 26-13 at intermission....

Tigers get victory on road trip to Tulare

Ipswich dominated Hitchcock-Tulare 56-39 in a varsity boys' non-conference high school basketball confrontation last Tuesday in Tulare. Ipswich strung together a double-figure 18-6 first-quarter lead, upped that to 37-16 at the half and 48-23 after...

FSA News & Views

Dates to Remember Feb. 24, 2021 - ARC/PLC Producer Webinar @ 12:00 March 5, 2021 – QLA Program Signup Deadline March 15, 2021 – Grassland CRP Signup Starts March 15, 2021 – 2021 NAP Insurance Deadline March 15, 2021 – 2021 ARC/ PLC Signup...

Fiddlin' Around

Is this latest iteration of February weather rather surreal? We go from where we had experienced at least 12 straight days with a below zero low in Ipswich to Monday's near 60 above afternoon high. But that was only if you could actually see to...

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Gerald "Jerry" Volk

Gerald "Jerry" Jerome Volk was the oldest child of Jacob and Frances (Mitzel) Volk, born in Hague, N.D. on Feb. 1, 1943. He grew up on a farm in Ipswich listening to "The Lone Ranger" and "Lawrence...

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