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Ipswich Lions receive awards

Ipswich Lions President Jerry Brooks recently presented Melvin Jones Fellowship Awards to Lester and Colleen Forkel.  Created in 1973, the fellowship award is named for the founder of Lions Clubs...

 

Hockey anyone?

The Ipswich skating rink is being used for a variety of skaters. Some practicing hockey. The city reminds people that if the barricades are up while it's filling, stay off the ice....

 

Mina man gains new perspective of Israel, chosen for SDSU tour

Nick Grote became only the second South Dakota State University student selected to participate in an elite group that toured Israel during Christmas break. Grote, a 2021 graduate of Aberdeen Central...

 

National Honor Society plans fundraisers

The Ipsodak National Honor Society is planning fundraising events to help raise funds for DC/New York trip this summer. Enjoy a soup supper Friday, Jan. 27. Ipswich is hosting a girl/boy doubleheader basketball game against Herreid/Selby Area. Chili...

 
 By Tena Gibson    News    January 18, 2023

Miss Ipswich Jailey Hutson crowned Snow Queen Princess of Summer

The South Dakota Snow Queen Festival coronation was held on Jan. 14 in Aberdeen. When the emcee wrote the list of winners at the end of the evening he started with the Princess of Spring. He read the...

 

Trail Days 2023 headliner named

The headliner for Trail Days 2023 will be Priscilla Block. The concert and Bulls and Broncs are planned on Saturday, June 17. Block, a native of Raleigh, N.C., dreamed of becoming a country artists...

 
 By Tena Gibson    News    January 18, 2023

West Nile attacks leaves Roscoe man unable to walk

Little did Leland and Tracy Treichel know that their lives would change in August 2022. Leland did not feel well and his legs were shaky on August 16 so they went to Sanford Urgent Care in Aberdeen....

 

IHS second nine weeks honor roll

Ipswich High School second nine weeks honor roll has been released. Students on the list are: SENIOR 4.0 and Higher — Ian Beyers, Kamryn Boettcher, Madison Geditz, Tyler Hettich, Emily Knoll, Baylee Kulesa, Quincy Olivier, Ashley Ptacek, Turner...

 

SD State honor list

More than 3,200 students were recognized for their outstanding academic performance over the fall 2022 semester at South Dakota State University by being named to the dean's list. To earn dean's list distinctions in SDSU's colleges, students must...

 

Ipswich School Theatre to be site of One-Act Play Regional competition

The Ipswich School Theatre will be the site of the Region 7B One-Act Play competition. Six schools will present their performances on Wednesday, Jan. 18. The schools competing are Warner, Edmunds Central, Timber Lake, Lemmon, Faulkton, and...

 

Edmunds County landowner honored

Dennis Hoyle of Roscoe received a Wildlife Habitat Award from the South Dakota Division of the Izaak Walton League of America. Hoyle was recognized for conservation practices he has implemented on...

 

Lions plan Blood Drive

The Ipswich Lions Club will sponsor a Blood Drive on Thursday, Jan. 19 from 2 to 6 p.m. in Fr. Bormann Hall. Donors can make a convenient appointment to give blood at https://donors.vitalant.org/ or by calling (877) 25-VITAL. With each donation,...

 

Shooting Sports starts this month

The Edmunds County 4-H BB Gun, Air Pistol, and Archery Shooting Sports programs will be starting this month. These programs take place at the 4-H Building in Ipswich and are open to youth between the ages of 8 (by January 1, 2023) and 18 that are...

 

Snow Queen Festival begins this week

The 2023 South Dakota Snow Queen Festival will be held on January 7 and 14 to crown the S.D. Snow Queen and Junior Snow Queen. The Junior Coronation is planned on Jan. 7 at 7 p.m. in the Aberdeen...

 

Lions plan Blood Drive

The Ipswich Lions Club will sponsor a Blood Drive on Thursday, Jan. 19 from 2 to 6 p.m. in Fr. Bormann Hall. Before you donate make sure you eat within two hours of your donation. Drink plenty of water that day and 24-48 hours beforehand. Bring your...

 

Feeding SD mobile pantry coming

The Feeding South Dakota Mobile Food Pantry will return to Edmunds County on two days. The Food Pantry will be in Ipswich on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Edmunds County 4-H Building. Proxy pickups are allowed. Complete...

 

Looking back at 2022 - July to December

JULY The Mina Lake Freedom Festival was held on July 3. There were family events throughout the day with fireworks that evening. A thunderstorm late on July 3 left several inches of rain, causing...

 

Snow Queen Talent

Ipswich talent contestants will perform Saturday, Jan. 7 to determine if they will qualify to be a finalist in the Snow Queen Festival. The finalists perform during the Junior Snow Queen Festival...

 

2022 - Looking Back at first half

JANUARY Ipswich Snow Queen Tasia Rivera and Junior Miss Ipswich Kathryn Kilber participated in the 2022 76th South Dakota Snow Queen Festival in Aberdeen January 7-15. Ipswich senior contestant Emily...

 

Fireworks display on New Year's Eve

A New Year’s Eve Fireworks show is planned on Dec. 31 south of Ipswich at about 8 p.m. A party to raise funds for the show will start at 6 p.m. in Burger’s Place....

 

IHS girls, boys play in Sacred Hoops classic

Griese Construction is partnering with Sacred Hoops and Presentation College to put on a seven game classic on December 30 at the Strode Center in Aberdeen. The matchups include: Girls — • Ipswich vs. St. Francis - 10 a.m. • Potter Co. vs....

 

Feeding SD coming on December 30

The Feeding South Dakota Mobile Food Pantry stop in Ipswich will be Friday, Dec. 30 at the 4-H Building from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. For more information contact Lynn Gauer, 426-6173. Mobile Food Pantries travel across South Dakota Distributing free...

 

Roscoe Legion plans Knoephla Soup Cook-off

If your family enjoys your kneophla soup maybe you want to take part in tne Knoephla Cook-off on Friday, Dec. 30 in the Roscoe American Legion. There will be cash prizes for category winners. You have to bring a roaster and have it at the Legion for...

 

Celebrating Christ's birthday

Local churches will be celebrating Christmas this weekend. The service times will include: First Baptist Church A Christmas Eve Candlelight service begins at 4 p.m. Saturday. Sunday morning there will be no Sunday School, but a music, praise and...

 

Santa visits

Santa Claus visited Ipswich last week at the Highway of Hope Holiday Fair in Father Bormann Hall. After a children's carnival Santa shared treats on Dec. 10....

 

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