Articles from the January 11, 2023 edition


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  • Ipswich School Theatre to be site of One-Act Play Regional competition

    Jan 11, 2023

    The Ipswich School Theatre will be the site of the Region 7B One-Act Play competition. Six schools will present their performances on Wednesday, Jan. 18. The schools competing are Warner, Edmunds Central, Timber Lake, Lemmon, Faulkton, and Gettysburg (in that order). The competition begins at 9 a.m. with three plays before lunch and three after. All plays can be no longer than 45 minutes and the judge's critiques follow the end of each. The plays are open to the public. The top two plays chosen by the judges will qualify for the State One-Act...

  • Edmunds County landowner honored

    Jan 11, 2023

    Dennis Hoyle of Roscoe received a Wildlife Habitat Award from the South Dakota Division of the Izaak Walton League of America. Hoyle was recognized for conservation practices he has implemented on his Edmunds County farm. He was nominated for the award by the South Dakota Soil Health Coalition for responsible natural resource management that benefits wildlife and enhances habitat. Hoyle raises grass-finished beef and grows corn, wheat, soybeans, and alfalfa. His conservation practices include...

  • Lions plan Blood Drive

    Jan 11, 2023

    The Ipswich Lions Club will sponsor a Blood Drive on Thursday, Jan. 19 from 2 to 6 p.m. in Fr. Bormann Hall. Donors can make a convenient appointment to give blood at https://donors.vitalant.org/ or by calling (877) 25-VITAL. With each donation, donors receive a free total cholesterol test. With your help, Vitalant is the only blood provider to nearly 70 hospitals across the region. The blood supply is dependent on selfless donations from volunteer donors to ensure the lifesaving needs of the region are met. Vitalant relies on 250 people to...

  • Fiddlin' Around

    -deg|Jan 11, 2023

    We are quickly approaching mid-January, believe it or not! And that means that a federal Monday holiday will be observed on January 16 — Martin Luther King Jr. Day. And there are plenty of sports events remaining in January. And probably even more in February which will mark the start of the annual winter sports post-season events around the state. So keep your fingers crossed that more really nasty weather will not interfere with our remaining area events, not just those that involve athletics and athletes. Remember there will be no mail on M...

  • FSA New & Views

    Kelly Schaible - County CED|Jan 11, 2023

    Assistance for Edmunds County Fire Assistance is now available for producers who suffered damage to fences in the November 6, 2022 fire. FSA will take applications for the Emergency Conservation Program (ECP) January 9, 2023-March 6, 2023. Please contact the office for more information. USDA Previews Crop and Revenue Loss Assistance for Agricultural Producers  Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced plans for additional emergency relief and pandemic assistance from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). USDA is preparing to roll out...

  • The Library Remembers When...

    Jan 11, 2023

    From the Ipswich Tribune May 30, 1929 edition TRAIN SCHEDULE CHANGES ON JUNE 9 Five Hours Cut Off Train Connections to the Coast-Change in Time of Olympian. On Sunday, June 9, a new train schedule reducing the running time between Chicago and the Coast approximately five hours, will go into effect on the Milwaukee railroad. The “Olympian” westbound from Chicago to Seattle will make the run in 63 hours while the eastbound train will run on a 61 and one quarter hours’ schedule. According to the new schedule which is tentative, the westb...

  • Ipswich School Lunch Menu

    Jan 11, 2023

    January 16 — Chicken Tender Sub, green beans, broccoli, strawberry cups, milk January 17 — Chicken  Noodles, peas, cooked carrots, fresh fruit, homemade buns, milk January 18 — Corn Dog, green beans, pea salad, peaches, milk January 19 — Tator Tot Hotdish, peas and carrots, juice, homemade bun, milk January 20 — Ham & Cheese Sub, corn, baby carrots, fresh fruit, milk...

  • Hazel Engle

    Jan 11, 2023

    Hazel Louise Engle, 93, of Sioux Falls, formerly of Ipswich, passed away Monday, January 9, 2023, at Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls. Funeral Services will be 11 a.m., Thursday, January 12, 2023, at the United Church of Christ, Ipswich, with Pastor Tim Fugman officiating. Visitation will be one hour before the service at the church. A time of fellowship and luncheon will follow the service at the church hall. Burial will be at the Ipswich City Cemetery at a later date. Hazel Louise...

  • Milton Herrboldt

    Jan 11, 2023

    Milton A. Herrboldt, 88, Hosmer, died, January 4, 2023 at the Bowdle Hospital. Funeral services were at 2 p.m., Monday, January 9, 2023 at St. John's Lutheran Church, Hosmer, with Pastor Janet Sandmeier leading the service. Interment, with military graveside rites by the Adolph Forkel American Legion Post No. 189, Hosmer, followed at Bethany Cemetery, Hosmer. Milton Adam Herrboldt, son of Emma (Streeb) and Arthur Herrboldt, was born February 22, 1934 at Hosmer. He was brought up in Hosmer,...

  • Sheri Kay Luond

    Jan 11, 2023

    Sheri Kay Luond, 56, of Ipswich, passed away Tuesday, January 3, 2023, peacefully at her home. A Memorial Service was at 2 p.m., Saturday, January 7, 2023, at Schriver's Memorial Chapel, Aberdeen,with Rev. Dan Cleberg officiating. Sheri Kay Brown was born June 7, 1966, to William and Karen (Babb-Laird) Brown in Metropolis, Ill. Sheri was creative, talented, and a beautiful light in the world. She lived and loved without fear and always leaned on her faith. Sheri loved to garden, cook, draw, and...

  • Monarchs top Tigers at home

    -deg|Jan 11, 2023

    Warner won a 63-30 Lake Region Conference girls varsity basketball decision over Ipswich last Thursday in the Tiger Den. The visiting team established a 13-8 first-quarter lead after opening the contest with 11 unanswered points. That's right, Gabby Wald would finally put the home team on the scoreboard with four straight two-point baskets which temporarily drew the Tigers to within three points at 11 to eight. But the Monarchs would never trail, leading 31-18 at intermission and 46-26 with a qu...

  • Wrestlers see action in Miller Tournament

    Jan 11, 2023

    The Ipswich/Bowdle wrestlers competed in Miller on Saturday, Jan. 7 at the Miller/Highmore-Harrold Invitational. The I/B wrestlers tied with Faulkton Area for eighth with 78 points each. The hosts won their own meet with 162 points. Parkston was second. I/B wrestler Lucas Rowland placed second in his division. The I/B results were: 120 — Brady Unser won by fall (1:35), won by fall (2:46), lost by fall (1:47), lost by fall (2:13), won by forfeit for fifth place (15 team points) 126 — Xavier Kadlec lost by fall (1:26) and lost by fall (1:59) 138...

  • Free Throw competition

    Jan 11, 2023

    The Holy Cross Knights of Columbus invite kids ages 9 to 14 to participate in the annual Free Throw Contest on Sunday, Jan. 22 in the Holy Cross gymnasium in Ipswich. Registration is from noon to 1 p.m. and the competition begins at 1 p.m. There is no cost to enter....

  • Tigers 1-1 in last week's action

    -deg|Jan 11, 2023

    In contrast to a narrow Lake Region Conference boys varsity basketball loss at Northwestern earlier in the week the IHS boys would dominate the final quarter thus ensuring a 59-48 win over arch rival Warner in the Tiger Den last Thursday. The Tigers would indeed end up outscoring the Monarchs 21-15 in the final quarter. Two highlights in the final quarter had to be those consecutive treys by Chet Peterson that put the Tigers up 46-37. And believe it or not Peterson had opened Ipswich's fourth-st...

  • Shooting Sports starts this month

    Jan 11, 2023

    The Edmunds County 4-H BB Gun, Air Pistol, and Archery Shooting Sports programs will be starting this month. These programs take place at the 4-H Building in Ipswich and are open to youth between the ages of 8 (by January 1, 2023) and 18 that are registered 4-H members. They will begin on Monday, January 16 at 7 p.m. with a cleanup/setup night. Coaches Joe Galbraith, Ryan Holien, Doug Wittmeier, and Jim Kanable will also discuss the time and date of practices and any changes in the program. Members MUST be accompanied by an adult to help with...

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