Articles from the March 22, 2023 edition

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 By Tena Gibson    News    March 22, 2023

Public meeting held to discuss Storm Sewer project

Ipswich residents filled the newly-remodelled City office on Monday evening, March 20 to learn more about the City Council storm sewer project. Mayor LeRoy Kilber and Joe Whitlock with Stockwell Engineers of Sioux Falls spoke on the Drainage and...

 

Ipswich Library plans Scan Day in April

The Marcus P Beebe Memorial Library is holding a “SCAN DAY” on April 19, 2023 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. “SCAN DAY” is an opportunity for you to bring old photographs, documents, postcards, letters, diaries, service records, etc. to the library and hav...

 

Have fun at the Library

The Ipswich Public Library invites you to “do a craft” or “assemble a puzzle” to while away the winter blahs. A table is set up to do Diamond Painting and a second table is set up to assemble a puzzle. Come with a friend(s) and spend five minutes...

 

Local couple attends national convention

South Dakota family farmers and ranchers are in San Francisco working to develop policy that supports the future of their farms, ranches and rural communities during the 121 National Farmers Union Con...

 

Concert planned

Ipswich Middle School and High School music students will perform their Spring Concert on Tuesday, March 28 at 7 p.m. Featured music groups include the 6-7 band, 6-7 choir, 8-12 band, 8-12 choir, under the direction of Nate Collins and Becky...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    March 22, 2023

Fiddlin' Around

Monday was allegedly the first day of spring, believe it or not. Up in this neck of the woods, you wouldn't necessarily believe it with the chilly weather we have had to endure lately. But South Dakota's snow cover seems to melt away quite faster in...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune September 26, 1929 edition Blacksmith Shop Burned to Ground Tuesday The blacksmith shop belonging to Thomas Schirado, Jr. better known as the Lowenstein shop, burned to the ground Tuesday morning at 3:20 a.m., defective...

 

Ipswich School Lunch

March 27 — Chicken Tender Sub, green beans, taco salad, fruit sauce, milk March 28 — Ham Patty on homemade bun, sweet potatoes, baby carrots, fresh fruit, milk March 29 — Beef Pizza, corn, broccoli, peach pear sauce, milk March 30 — Tator Tot Hot...

 

Quinton Wolff

Quinton Wolff, 88, Long Lake, died Tuesday, March 14, 2023 at the Avera Eureka Healthcare Center. Funeral services were at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, March 18, 2023 at Zion American Lutheran Church,... Full story

 

SDSU Range Management team places at nationals

A team of 11 SDSU students competed in the Undergraduate Range Manage- ment Exam (URME) held at the Society for Range Management Annual Meeting in Boise, Idaho Feb. 12-16. The team earned a...

 

County 4-H Shooters qualify for State Shoot in April

The Edmunds County 4-H Shooting Sports held their second postal on March 13. Shooting a qualifying score enables the shooters to participate in the State Shoot in Ft. Pierre on April 22-24. Sixteen BB Gun shooters, four air pistol shooters, and 17...

 

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