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Articles from the February 22, 2023 edition

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Capitol visit

The Ipswich Government class, under the direction of Mrs. Angie Kulesa, traveled to Pierre on February 13 to observe the legislative session. Students were able to tour the capitol building, meet the...

 

Three I/B wrestlers heading to State B Tournament this week

Three Ipswich/Bowdle wrestlers qualified for the State B Wrestling Tournament February 23 to 25 in Rapid City. Lucas Rowland placed second in the 285 division. Kadyn Weisser placed third in the 220...

 

IHS Girls win first tournament game

Game schedules have been postponed due to this week's winter weather. Region 6B girls basketball play began Monday, Feb. 20. Ipswich and Sunshine Bible Academy played Monday in Ipswich. The Tigers won the game 43-29. The Region 6B teams are: #1 -...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    February 22, 2023

Fiddlin' Around

It's out with your Valentines-related colors of red and white and now you should quickly be replacing your decorations with the color green for St. Patrick's Day on March 17. And remember that February only has 28 days so don't procrastinate. But on...

 

Register for school classes

The Ipswich Public School is conducting Preschool, Junior Kindergarten, and Kindergarten registration for the 2023-2024 school year. Children must be four years old by September 1, 2023, to enroll in preschool, and five years old by September 1,...

 

From Capitol Hill

House Report by Scott Moore As we finish week six in Pierre, we are also seeing some work/legislation that is getting completed. The atmosphere is positive in the caucus and there is good debate both in caucus and on the floor of the House Representa...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune August 29, 1929 edition CANNED HEAT VICTIM FOUND NEAR TRACKS The body of a man was found Saturday morning beside the Milwaukee railroad tracks two and one half miles east of Ipswich. The crew on a freight train passing...

 

Ipswich School Lunch Menu

February 27 — Chili Dog, corn, broccoli, fresh fruit, milk February 28 — Chicken Patty on homemade bun, sweet potatoes, mixed veggies, juice, milk...

 

Library News

The Marcus P. Beebe Library in Ipswich is open Tuesday through Saturday from 2 to 6 p.m. New books for adults include: It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover, The Lions of Fifth Ave. by Jiona Davis, The Christmas Wedding Guest by Susan Mallery, Mad Honey...

 
 By -deg    Sports    February 22, 2023

Battlers come up on top in doubleheader

Ipswich lost a girls/boys non-conference high school varsity basketball twin-bill at Potter County last Thursday. The Tiger girls would face a 44-34 shortfall and the IHS boys trailed 67-59 at the final buzzer. In the girls' encounter the hosts...

 

IHS coach a COTY finalist

Ipswich coach Todd Thorson has been named a finalist in the 2023 National High School Athletic Coaches Association (NHSACA) Coach of the Year. Thorson is nominated for Girls Cross Country. He is one...

 
 By -deg    Sports    February 22, 2023

Pirates stop IHS girls

The Tiger girls' varsity basketball team was defeated 44-33 in a non-conference homecourt appearance facing Highmore-Harrold last Tuesday. The IHS girls were able to hang around within striking...

 
 By -deg    Sports    February 22, 2023

Tigers topple Lions in LRC match

The Ipswich girls basketball team finally made their Lake Region Conference visit to Langford on February 17 and returned home with a 56-50 win in a battle of the Big Cats (Tigers vs. Lions). Ipswich had owned a double-figure 17-7 lead after a...

 
 By -deg    Sports    February 22, 2023

Tigers get win at Warner Classic

Ipswich got back on the boys' high school basketball winning track with a 51-39 non-conference victory over Tiospa Zina during a Warner Stratford Lions Classic last Saturday in Warner. The Tigers would lead 14-12 after a quarter and then extended...

 
 By -deg    Sports    February 22, 2023

Patriots stop Tigers on the road

Two evenly matched teams battled each other in boys' varsity high school basketball action last Tuesday, February 14 at Hitchcock- Tulare. But the hosts would eventually defeat Ipswich 43-36. Ipswich had narrowly won the opening quarter 11-9 and expa...

 

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