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Musicians honored

The Music awards were given during the Pops Concert on May 5. Senior winners were Chloe Jager, most valuable vocal student; Jacob Bakken, appreciation for four years of support in the music...

 

Awards Night Thursday, May 12

The Ipswich School Academic/ Athletic Awards Night will be Thursday, May 12 at 7 p.m. in the Ipswich School Theater. The event honors high school students for success in the classroom and in extracurricular athletic accomplishments during the...

 

Robin Hood

Adam Kanable participated in the State Shooting Sports event. In the archery division he shot his arrow into another of his arrows....

 
 By Marv Seyer    News    May 11, 2022

Weather Extremes

Some extremes to this reading are as follows: 1977: Average high temp. was 76° – 12 days of temps. were in the 80s – Only one frosty morning for the entire month. 1980: Average high temp. was 75° – 16 days had a temp. in the 80s – The...

 

IHS Art students attend workshop, earn honors

Ipswich High School art students attended the All Dakota High School workshop on April 20. The workshop was sponsored by the Dacotah Prairie Museum at the ARCC in Aberdeen. Ashley Ptacek won the...

 

NSU graduation

U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds delivered the spring commencement address on May 7, at Northern State University in Aberdeen. A lifelong South Dakotan, Rounds has served in the United States Senate since 2015. Previously, Rounds served as the 31st governor of...

 

FSA New & Views

Edmunds County FSA is Hiring The Edmunds County Farm Service Agency (FSA) in Ipswich is hiring a full time Program Technician (PT). The opening date was Tuesday, May 3, 2022 and the closing date is Monday, May 16, 2022. If you are interested or know...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune September 20, 1928 edition Celebrate their Sixtieth Wedding Anniversary Not a “companionate” but a companionable marriage has been the union of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Sloucm aged couple of Belle Township who celebrated their...

 

Local shooters compete at State Shoot

Twenty Edmunds County Shooting Sports members attended the State Shoot in Ft. Pierre on April 22-24. BB Gun participants, their scores, and ribbon placings are as follows: • Beginners - Ashlyn...

 

Gerard Heier

Gerard Heier, 63, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday April 30, 2022 in his home in Hosmer.  Gerard Pius Heier, son of Josephine (Hopfinger) and Joseph P. Heier, was born September 15, 1958 at... Full story

 

Marjorie Williams

Marjorie Marie Williams, 94, of Olathe, Kansas and formerly of Ipswich, passed away on Tuesday, May 3, 2022. Marjorie was born on March 2, 1928, to Louis and Barbara Streit in Ipswich. She attended a... Full story

 

Virginia L. Ernst

Virginia L. Ernst, 83, of Hartford, passed away on Sunday, May 1, 2022, at Good Samaritan Society - Sioux Falls Village in Sioux Falls. Virginia Loriane Blum- hardt, daughter of Theodore and Martha... Full story

 

Janice Glanzer

Janice Mae Petersen Glanzer will be laid to rest on Saturday, May 21st, 2022 with her son, Christopher Jay Glanzer at the Ipswich City Cemetery in Ipswich. Janice was born in Leola on May 21, 1939 to... Full story

 
 By -deg    Sports    May 11, 2022

Ipswich boys champs at Eureka Track Invite

Ipswich would combine for a first-place boys' track and field outcome in the Eureka Lions Invitational last week on May 3. The boys over-powered Timber Lake 116 to 99 for their crown and the girls indeed placed third in their division with 88.5 team...

 
 By -deg    Sports    May 11, 2022

Ipswich relay teams earn wins at Howard Wood

The Ipswich boys were able to place in four different relay events during the Howard Wood meet last weekend in Sioux Falls. They had a second in the 4x100 at :44.82 won by Chester Area. And the IHS runners were Trevor Beyers, Colby Sylte, Carson...

 
 By -deg    Sports    May 11, 2022

Ipswich golfers play in Faulkton and Eureka

Ipswich did really well in the boys 'varsity division at a recent LRC high school golf meet in Aberdeen on May 5. The Tiger boys indeed shaded rival Faulkton in the boys' team standings with a 246. That's because Faulkton would fire a 246 as well....

 

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