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90th Birthday

Lois (Rossow) Palmer of Mina will celebrate her 90th birthday on June 9, 2020. Greetings may be sent to her at 14026 370th Ave., Mina, SD 57451....

 

LATI graduation

The 53rd Annual Lake Area Technical Institute graduation ceremony was held Friday, May 8, 2020, with 863 graduates receiving their diplomas. Due to COVID-19 and the Center for Disease Control guidelines for large gatherings, the Lake Area Tech...

 

General Contractors select scholarship recipients

The Associated General Contractors (AGC) announces it has selected its 2020 Scholarship recipients, including local students. Applicants must be enrolled in a two-year post-secondary school or college/university, majoring in a career field directly...

 

MTI Honor List

A total of 294 students at Mitchell Technical Institute have been placed on the Spring Semester 2020 President’s List, according to MTI President Mark Wilson. To be named to the list, students must earn a term GPA of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale...

 

USD Honor List

More than 2,700 students at the University of South Dakota are being honored for their high achievement during the Spring 2020 semester with the release of the Dean’s List and Academic Honors. Full-time, undergraduate students are named to the...

 

Locals win Mary Ann Foundation scholarships

The Mary Ann Foundation is pleased to announce that seven seniors were selected to win $500 2020 Scholarships. Two Ipswich High School grads were chosen — Lexi Stafford and Jordan Richardt of Ipswich High School. Edmunds Central High School 2020...

 

Plains Commerce Bank awards local scholarships

On average, families spend $26,226 on college, according to a national study. However, family savings and income alone often do not cover the full cost of college. Studies report that more than eight in 10 families use scholarships and grants, and mo...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune April 1, 1925 edition POPPY DAY MAY 23 The Saturday before Memorial Day-May 23- has been designated “Poppy Day” by Legion and Auxiliary chiefs. The official Legion poppy is marked by a “sticker”, so that persons...

 

DWU Spring dean's list

Dakota Wesleyan University recently released its Spring 2020 dean’s list which includes 329 university students. To qualify for the dean’s list, a student must have a semester grade point average of at least 3.5 on a four-point scale. They also...

 

90th Birthday

Betty Fillbach will celebrate her 90th Birthday on May 30, 2020. Her family has requested a Card Shower. Greetings may be sent to her at 2815 S. Westlake Dr. Apt. 423, Sioux Falls, SD...

 

DAR Good Citizen

Tessa Kilber has been named the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Good Citizen candidate for Ipswich High School this year. She was among a list of senior nominees selected by the high...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune April 1, 1925 edition DISTILLED ARRESTED AND FINED Pete Kraft of Bowdle Territory was taken into custody by Marshall Ring of Bowdle and State Deputy Sheriff Smith Saturday on charge of manufacturing moonshine. He was taken...

 

Kilber wins International P.E.O. STAR Scholarship

Tessa Kilber was a winner of the P.E.O. STAR Scholarship, as well as the local Chapter BB P.E.O. Scholarship. The P.E.O. STAR Scholarship was established in 2009 by the International Chapter of the P.E.O. Sisterhood. Through April 30, 2020,...

 

Ipswich Lions Club awards scholarships

The Ipswich Lions Club recently announced their 2020 Scholarship winners. Winners for this year include: Maxwell Geditz, Tessa Kilber, Jordan Richardt and Lexi Stafford. Each student will receive a $500 scholarship after they begin their second...

 

The Library Remebers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune June 10, 1925 edition PIONEER DRUGGEST SELLS STORE HERE Ben J. Jones Pioneer Druggist of Ipswich sells to Herb Crissman. A deal was completed the past week whereby Ben Jones disposed of his drug store to Herbert Crissman and...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune May 6, 1925 edition TRIPLET CALVES BORN Hoerner Brothers, who operate an extensive farm in Cottonwood Lake Township, report that on Thursday and Friday of last week one of their thoroughbred Roan Shorthorn cows, aged about...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune February 25, 1925 edition Judge Lightner Receives Joyful News Without doubt the happiest man in the city of Roscoe was Judge Lightner Tuesday morning when he received a telegram from St. Louis informing him that his...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune February 25, 1925 edition Mrs. Marie Gray, a passenger on the flyer Sunday evening became insane after leaving Aberdeen and was put off here and turned over to the Sheriff. The woman did not seem violent at any time, but...

 

Edmunds County native featured in South Dakota Magazine

Birdwatching began as a hobby for D. George Prisbe-Przybysz, perhaps not surprising considering he’s spent over 30 years painting the landscapes of South Dakota. Soon, his adventures outdoors turned dramatically introspective, providing...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune February 25, 1925 edition DUPLICATION OF BONDS CONFIRMED Probers Verify Swindle on Huge Scale Exposed by J. W. McCarter of Ipswich The issue of the Washington Herald on Saturday, February 25th, contains an interesting...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune January 28, 1925 edition AUTO THIEVES CAUGHT HERE Night watchman, Dave Picton, picked up three young fellows in a stolen Ford from Aberdeen, here last Friday Night. They had stolen the car in Aberdeen and came here to attend...

 

The Library Remembers When

From the Ipswich Tribune January 14, 1925 edition RABBIT HUNT NEXT TUESDAY The American Legion boys for the big rabbit hunt next Tuesday. The drive will start from the Fear farm south of Ipswich at 9:30 A.M. and drive a section at a time. At noon...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune January 28, 1925 edition South Dakota Boasts 3,000 Lady Farmers South Dakota boasts 3,000 lady farmers, according to data analyzed by the Blue Valley Creamery Institute. Of this number over 1,500 operate farms, 1,400 their...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune February 25, 1925 edition TAYLOR BUYS ELEVATOR W. W. Taylor, who for the past seven or eight years has been the efficient and genial manager of the Farmers Elevator Company at Craven, has purchased an elevator at Vienna,...

 

The Library Remembers When...

From the Ipswich Tribune January 14, 1925 edition 1924 Prosperous Building Year Many Improvements Made In Year Adds To Ipswich’s Future This paper takes a great deal of pleasure at the beginning of the new year to present to its many readers a...

 

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