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Best and Brightest of 2022 recognized for academic excellence

The best and brightest from the Class of 2022 were recognized for their academic achievements during their high school career. On May 9, Governor Kristi Noem and the Associated School Boards of South...

 

Class of 2022

Ipswich High School Class of 2022 graduated on Saturday, May 14 in the school gym. The graduation was dedicated to the memory of their classmate, Kylee Sanborn, who passed away in...

 

LEPC meets tonight

The next Edmunds County LEPC meeting will be tonight, May 18 at 7 p.m. at the Roscoe Fire Hall. The Citizen Corp Council meeting will follow....

 
 By Marv Seyer    About Us    May 18, 2022

May weather extremes

My records verifies that it isn’t uncommon to have frosty mornings during May. They most naturally occur during the first two weeks but they can occur even on the last morning of May. The following are some facts about this topic: • 38 Mays out...

 

Powell Cemetery clean-up Tuesday

The Powell Cemetery clean-up is planned on Tuesday, May 24 at 6 p.m. The rain day is Thursday, May 26....

 

VBS begins Sunday evening at UCC

Ipswich Community Vacation Bible School will begin Sunday, May 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the Ipswich UCC. VBS will run from Sunday, May 22 through Wednesday, May 25 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. VBS is for youth ages four years old through fifth...

 

Letters

To the citizens of Edmunds County, Jonathan Waldner is currently employed by the Sturgis Police Department as a “Special Officer” during the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Jonathan has worked the Rally for the last seven years and has been an i...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    May 18, 2022

Fiddlin' Around

It definitely is that time of the year. The Ipswich graduation was last Saturday and the Edmunds Central graduation will be this Saturday afternoon. But it’s also nearly time for the post-season high school spring sports play-offs and the last one...

 
 By -deg    Sports    May 18, 2022

Golfers get win at Mobridge

The Ipswich High School boys won a golf invitational in Mobridge on Thursday, May 12. They indeed got balanced scoring, led by Chet Peterson in fourth with his 88. Next was Jace Konsor fifth with a 89. The third IHS scorer that day would become...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune September 20, 1928 edition CURIOS ARE PLACED IN PILLAR OF ARCH It is doubtful if any one building fireplace or monument has as many countries or states represented as has the arch now being constructed over the Yellowstone Tr...

 

University of Nebraska grad

Grace Katherine Bakken of Ipswich was among 3,523 graduates who received degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln during commencement exercises May 13 and 14. Bakken earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the College of...

 

NSU students win awards from Historical Society

Three Northern State University students won awards for their entries in the Brown County Historical Society's annual research and writing contest. First place went to Scott Johnson for his paper,...

 

Colleen Fischer

Mass of Christian Burial for Colleen Kay (Allbee) Fischer, 67, Roscoe, will be at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, May 20, 2022 at the Catholic Church of St. Thomas the Apostle in Roscoe. Father Timothy Smith... Full story

 

Middle School students learn about soil health

Ipswich middle school students partook in an interactive presentation on Thursday, May 5 at the Ipswich Public School Theatre with Soil Health Specialist Jim Clendenin. Jim shared with the 85...

 

IHS boys and girls LRC meet champs

Ipswich swept the annual Lake Region Conference track and field meet last Tuesday in Ipswich. The Tiger boys nearly doubled runners-up Warner 205 to 112.5. The girls were able to stave off the second-...

 

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