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Major Drums honored

The Ipswich March Band placed third in the Roncalli Marching Band Festival last week. The IHS band also received the Best Drum Major award. Ipswich Drum Majors Madisyn Gelhaus and Emily Knoll are...

 

Groton hosts Lake Region Marching Band Fest

On Friday, October 7 the Groton Area 8-12 Band, the Groton Area 6-7 Band, and 11 area school bands including Ipswich, will converge in Groton for the Lake Region Marching Band Festival. The parade of bands will travel from South to North on...

 

Parent/Teacher Conferences and Book Fair Oct. 6 and 7

Ipswich School Parent/ Teacher Conferences will be Thursday, October 6 from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. and Friday, October 7 from 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. There will be a normal school day Thursday, October 6 and no school on Friday, October 7. (The school...

 
 By Marv Seyer    About Us    October 5, 2022

Weather Summary

Summary for 47 months of September that I have recorded: Highest recorded temp.: 105° on Sept. 2, 1983 Lowest recorded temp.: 20° on Sept. 22, 1983 Current average high temp.: 72° Current average low temp.: 46° Number of 100° temps. or higher:...

 

Edmunds County's 4-H clubs celebrate National 4-H Week this week

Over 100 years ago, 4-H became one of the first developed organizations for youth. The goal of 4-H is to help youth and their families learn the skills they need to positively impact their communities. As one of the largest youth organization in the...

 

Fiddlin' Around

Gypsy Day is Saturday in Aberdeen with a parade at 9 a.m., if I recall. So good luck to all the high school bands in the parade and their ratings. The weather hasn’t been all that warm and some fairly recent Gypsy Days have indeed been downright...

 

You are supporting more than just the newspaper when you subscribe

By David Bordewyk South Dakota Newspaper Association This week is National Newspaper Week – an annual celebration of the special role that newspapers have in our nation. Since well before our statehood in 1889, newspapers have staked a claim in...

 

Financial Aid Information Night

The Ipswich School is hosting a Financial Aid Information Night on Tuesday, Oct. 11 from 7-8 p.m. Seniors and parents are invited to attend....

 

South Dakotans election information

by Steve Barnett South Dakota Secretary of State I wanted to take this opportunity to share important information regarding the upcoming general election, which will be held November 8. South Dakota voters have the choice of voting in-person on...

 

Mobile Food Pantry

The Feeding South Dakota Mobile Food Pantry will be in Ipswich on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Edmunds County 4-H Building. For more information about the Ipswich site contact Lynn Gauer, 426-6173. Mobile Food Pantries...

 

Ipswich School lunch menu

October 6 — Creamy Meatballs, mashed potatoes, cooked carrots, broccoli, pineapple, homemade bun, milk October 7 — No School, Parent Teacher Conferences October 10 — No School, Native American Day/Columbus Day October 11 — Hamburger, tomato...

 

Delores Schumacher

Delores Marie Kessler-Schumacher peacefully passed away at the age of 95 on Monday, October 3, 2022, at the Avera Mother Joseph Manor, Aberdeen, surrounded by her loving family. Mass of Christian... Full story

 
 By -deg    Sports    October 5, 2022

Tigers stop Thunder in volleyball action

Ipswich traveled to Bowdle in Lake Region Conference high school volleyball action last Monday vs. North Central. But the visiting team would escape with a straight-sets 3-0 win. The Tigers indeed won set one 25-16 and set two 25-15. But the third...

 

Edmunds County to host ETHICS SD program for 4H members on trapping

ETHICS SD is a program designed to teach 4-H’ers about the history of trapping, ecology of fur bearers, proper harvest and processing techniques, and outdoor skills. Edmunds County is one of the counties chosen to host this program this fall and...

 
 By -deg    Sports    October 5, 2022

IHS Cross Country second and third in Highmore, meet here today

IN HIGHMORE The Ipswich cross-country contingent attended a Saturday meet in Highmore where the Tiger girls were second only to Potter County (6 to 31). Individually this was won by the Battlers' Dannika Kaup in 19:20.50, while Autumn Fallis of H-H...

 

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