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Student of the Week

HIGH SCHOOL The High School SUBWAY Student of the Week is Matthew Jaenisch. Matthew comes to class with a smile on his face, ready to learn and participate in class discussions. His pleasant attitude and desire to do well, makes him a great role...

 

Student Athlete of the Week

HIGH SCHOOL Ethan Gilbert is the Subway Student Athlete of the Week. Senior quarterback Ethan Gilbert had 266 yards passing and two TD’s in the Tigers first round playoff game vs. Britton-Hecla. Ethan ended the year with 1480 passing yards,...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune August 8, 1923 edition Mayor’s Proclamation In keeping with the proclamations of the President of the United States and of the Governor of the State appointing Friday August 10th as a day of mourning and prayer for our...

 

Birthday Card Shower

Roy Hauck celebrated his 84th birthday on Oct. 29, 2019. Greetings may be sent to him at 225 14th Ave. NE, Watertown, SD 57201.... Full story

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune August 1, 1923 edition SAFE BLOWERS AT CRAVEN Burglars entered the Farmer’s elevator at Craven Tuesday night and blowed the safe, securing about $38.00 in cash. A supercharge of explosives must have been used as the safe...

 

Student Athlete of the Week

HIGH SCHOOL Avery Sylte is the Subway Student Athlete of the Week. Avery, a Senior Outside Hitter, has become a six rotation player for the Tigers this season who currently have a 15-5 record. Avery leads the team in Kills with 115 and is 2nd on the...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune January 12, 1928 edition VITAL STATISTICS REPORT OF 1927 The Vital Statistics report as recorded by Clerk Henry W. Sattler has some interesting information. In 1927 there were 215 births 63 deaths 62 marriages 4 divorces 7...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune January 5, 1928 edition TIMELY TOPICS PRESENTED AT LIONS CLUB MEETING Thirty-one Lions were present at the Monday noon day meeting of the Ipswich Lions club at the C & CA Café. After the usual business sessions, some interes...

 

Student Athlete of the Week

HIGH SCHOOL Paige Mehlberg is the Subway Student Athlete of the Week. Paige had an outstanding week both defensively and offensively. Recently defensively Paige tallied nine solo blocks and seven assisted blocks. She has been an integral part of the...

 

Student of the Week

HIGH SCHOOL The High School SUBWAY Student of the Week is Jayna Sanborn. Jayna always comes to class prepared with notes and questions over the assigned material. She helps other students in class with notes, as well. In addition, she helped several...

 

Student Athlete of the Week

HIGH SCHOOL Paige Mehlberg is the Subway Student Athlete of the Week. Paige had an outstanding week both defensively and offensively. Last weekend defensively Paige tallied nine solo blocks and seven assisted blocks. She has been an integral part of...

 

Powell Church service held

The Annual Powell Church Service in Ipswich Pioneer Village was held on Sunday, September 15. The service was attended by former Powell Church members and friends. Memories of Powell was recollected...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune January 5, 1928 edition CAR LICENSES ARRIVE The new 1928 automobile license plates have arrived for Edmunds County. County Treasurer Nehl has 2000 of them stacked up in his office waiting distribution. Gilbert Jones was the...

 

Student of the Week

HIGH SCHOOL Kaden Haffner has been chosen as the Subway Student of the Week. Kaden, a ninth grader, has transitioned well to high school. He participates in class and asks good questions. He has a good understanding of numbers and mathematical...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune January 5, 1928 edition NEW CHEVROLETS ARRIVE HERE W. S. Hagen, local Chevrolet dealer received a carload of new Chevrolets the last of the week and unloaded them Saturday. In the shipment were two coaches, a sedan and a...

 

Ipswich classes meet for reunion in Aberdeen

Many Ipswich Alumni met at the Airport Cafe on Wednesday, September 11. The Classes of 1951 to 1963 were represented. IHS alumni present were: Class of 1951 - Maris Evans, James Sitter; Class of 1953...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune January 5, 1928 edition OWENS - OLTMANS WED On Saturday, December 31, 1927, at 4:00 p.m. occurred the marriage of Miss Lilliam Oltmans of Avon, SD to Robert Owens of Ipswich. The ceremony took place at the First Presbyterian...

 

Student Athlete of the Week

HIGH SCHOOL Carson Gohl is the first Subway Student Athlete for this school year. The first week of football vs. Potter County Carson’s stats included 14 carries for 207 yards, 2 TDs, 1 rec 50 yds, 1 TD, 3 sacks, 5 tackles, 1 forced fumble and 1...

 

Local students chosen for Build Dakota Scholarship

Governor Kristi Noem congratulates 391 students who have been awarded the Build Dakota Scholarship for the 2019-2020 school year. “The Build Dakota Scholarship program is an incredible tool that makes it easier for tomorrow’s leaders to receive...

 

Toennies - Holsing wed

Hannah Toennies and Riley Holsing were married on June 29, 2019 at the Richland Church. Hannah is the daughter of Tim and Kristi Toennies and Riley is the son of Kerry and Kam Hols...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune March 29, 1928 edition THIEF IS CAPTURED AND JAILED HERE Nick Russel is lodged in the County jail charged with stealing $330.00 and a bay horse from Wilhelm Harris. The theft was committed last Thursday. Russel worked for...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune September 14, 1927 edition A TOWN WITH NO NEWSPAPER What would your town be if your newspaper should go out of business? It would soon be known as a city of the dead. It would grow backward so fast that in a short while your...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune August 31, 1927 edition Mrs. H. E. Beebe was hostess Friday night at a seven o’clock dinner party at which nine young people of the Baptist church were present. These young people will all leave for various colleges soon....

 

Yard of the Week

The Chad and Julie Richardt home at 320 Wilmot Ave. has been selected as the current Yard of the Week. Beautiful flowers and bushes bring natural beauty to this yard. Bright colored patio furniture,...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune July 13, 1927 edition OLD PIONEER PASSES AWAY Boliver Amos Rogers, a resident of Ipswich for forty-four years and one of the oldest men of the city, died on Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. D....

 

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