Articles from the March 29, 2023 edition


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  • Ipswich art students earn honors at State Art Competition

    Mar 29, 2023

    Ipswich art students entered artwork in the South Dakota High School Activities Association (SDHSAA) Visual State Art Competition held March 17 and 18 in Rapid City. IHS senior artists Quincy Olivier, Kamryn Boettcher and Cody Russell each placed in the B Divison. Students were divided into three divisions - B, A and AA. Quincy placed second in her sculpture. Kamryn was second in mixed media and Cody received third in traditional arts. The students' artwork was displayed in The Monument Gallery...

  • Ipswich third quarter Honor Roll announced

    Mar 29, 2023

    Ipswich High School third nine weeks honor roll has been released. Students on the list are: SENIOR 4.0 and Higher — Ian Beyers, Kaitlyn Bierman, Kamryn Boettcher, Madison Geditz, Tyler Hettich, Emily Knoll, Baylee Kulesa, Quincy Olivier, Ashley Ptacek, Lawson Santema, Colby Sylte, Turner Thorson, Ashlyn Weig 3.70-3.99 — Vanesa Diaz, Jailey Hutson, Wesley Kirkham, Chase Kraft, Evan Onken, Cody Russell, Grant Weisser, Kaitlyn Williams, Gavin Wollman, Darrel Yost 3.0-3.69 — Carter Geditz, Samantha Feldman, Lillian Judkins, Graciella Lange, Gabri...

  • Prom Saturday

    Mar 29, 2023

    The Ipswich High School Prom is planned on Saturday, April 1. The 2023 theme is “A Night of a Thousand Lights.” The Grand March begins at 8:15 p.m. in the School Theatre. The doors open to the public at 7:45 p.m. The Prom Dance and Post Prom Party is open to 9-12 students and their out-of-town dates. The Grand March is open to juniors and seniors and their dates....

  • IHS Art teacher honored

    Mar 29, 2023

    Ipswich School art teacher Angela Shimitz was nomitinated as a S.D. Art Educator of the Year. Angela is a K-12 Art teacher that also teaches photography and 3D arts. She has been the Yearbook advisor for the past 13 years. Her students have won the Jostens Program of Excellence the last 10 years. Her art classes have also competed and won awards in a variety of programs like ArtWars, the State Art competition, YAM, All Dakota, SD Jr. Duck Stamp, and a series of other competitions. Her students...

  • Fiddlin' Around

    -deg|Mar 29, 2023

    The weather has been showing a little improvement but still not that great for this time of the year. I guess we live too close to North Dakota in the spring and fall. Have you heard or seen your first robin? I think that I have! But you can always head south and west in South Dakota and things might be a little more agreeable weather-wise. In the meantime high school golfers should use a colorful ball and the high school track and field coaches (and golf) should be keeping a watchful eye towards the sky or hear the latest TV and radio...

  • Letters

    Mar 29, 2023

    To the Editor: In regards to the Storm Sewer Project, I’m not saying that we don’t need it. I’m not saying that we shouldn’t do it. The question that comes to my mind is why isn’t the city council budgeting for Ipswich’s infrastructure before spending on projects that aren’t a necessity. Its my understanding that approximately $400,000 was spent on the sports complex west of the swimming pool. This amount could have gone to the Storm Sewer Project. I encourage all concerned citizens to approach their council members about the city budgetin...

  • Agtegra gives back to 75 fire departments

    Mar 29, 2023

    To promote health and safety in its local communities, Agtegra Cooperative has donated monetary resources to 75 rural and volunteer fire departments across its trade territory this year. “Safety is a core value at Agtegra, and it is part of everything we do, including in how we support our communities,” said Agtegra CEO Jason Klootwyk. Local fire departments fill the necessity of having emergency services available in rural communities. Without these organizations, it could take several minutes for the nearest emergency team to arrive. Our loc...

  • The Library Remembers When...

    submitted by Marion Heintzman|Mar 29, 2023

    From the Ipswich Tribune November 7, 1929 edition Eastern Star, Masons Have Hallowe’en Party The Hallowe’en party was held Friday evening at the Temple for the Eastern Star and Masonic members and their families. The rooms were appropriately decorated in Hallowe’en novelties-black cats, witches, skeletons, bats, owls and Jack-o-Lanterns appearing in profusion. Several members of the entertainment committee wore costumes-old-fashioned and were witches and ghosts. As the quests entered they were met at the door and properly initiated into the f...

  • Ipswich School Menu

    Mar 29, 2023

    April 3 — Barbeque Pork Sandwich, broccoli, baked beans, pears, milk April 4 — Chili, carrots, homemade cinnamon roll, applesauce, milk April 5 — Corn Dog, corn, cooked carrots, broccoli, fresh fruit, milk April 6 — Turkey in gravy, mashed potatoes, dressing, coleslaw, cranberries, homemade bun, juice, rice krispie treat, milk April 7 — Good Friday, no school...

  • Cover crop funding available from County Conservation District

    Mar 29, 2023

    Cover crops are certainly a popular buzz word in the soil health community. But what is all the hype about? Cover crops are a tool that can be utilized to improve the quality of soil, positively impacting plant growth and productivity. If you are interested in learning more about cover crops and their impact on soil health, reach out to the Edmunds County Conservation District (ECCD). The high intensity cropping rotation commonly used in the upper Midwest, focuses on maximizing returns. This method may produce higher returns for the producer;...

  • Despite snow cover, track and field season underway

    -deg|Mar 29, 2023

    Counting the middle-school and high school thinclads in Ipswich there are a total of 84 track and field hopefuls. And that is actually two less than last year, according to coach Todd Thorson, so the numbers are there for some success. They would include 30 7-12 girls and 33 varsity boys. They are led by five senior girls and eight senior boys. They are: Vanesa Diaz, Ashley Ptacek, Gracie Lange, Quincy Olivier, Kaitlyn Williams, Carter Geditz, Ian Beyers, Tyler Hettich, Turner Thorson, Colby Sylte, Grant Weisser, Darrel Yost, and Lucas...

  • Local wrestlers compete at state meet in Aberdeen

    Mar 29, 2023

    Ipswich area AAU wrestlers competed in the State Tournament in Aberdeen last weekend. Sophie Knittel placed second in the girls C 120 pound divison. Stetson Heilman placed sixth in the Tots 40 pound division. Ipswich area wrestlers who competed but did not place included: Elliott Kallas Bantam 47, Elmer Braun Bantam 50, Cayson Howard Bantam 53, Jaxson Horst Midget 82 pound, and Ryder Steen Midget 96 pound Friday night Ipswich wrestlers competed in a freestyle meet. Results were: Second place: Brady Unser Junior 126 pound, Kadyn Weisser Junior...

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