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Miss Ipswich crowned Princess of Summer

Just like a fairytale - Ipswich has a princess. Miss Ipswich 2020 Avery Sylte was crowned Princess of Summer at the 2020 South Dakota Snow Queen Festival on Saturday, Jan. 11 in Aberdeen. The South...

 

Legislative session underway, new District 23 representative

The 2020 South Dakota Legislative session began Tuesday, Jan. 14. John Lake of Gettysburg was appointed to serve as District 23 Senator, replacing Justin Cronin who resigned. He was a District 23...

 

Ipswich Has Talent

The third annual Ipswich Has Talent show on Jan. 10 in the School Theatre included many vocalists. Other instrumental groups, soloists and even a comedian shared their talent. The show emcees Emily...

 

Ipswich on Academic Achievement team list

Initiated during the 1996-97 school year, the SDHSAA Academic Achievement Team Award program is designed to recognize varsity athletic teams and fine arts groups for their academic excellence. The South Dakota High School Activities Association...

 

Jr. Miss Ipswich Ashley Ptacek chosen 2nd runner up

Junior Miss Ipswich Ashley Ptacek was chosen the second runner-up at the South Dakota Junior Snow Queen coronation on Jan. 3 in the Aberdeen Civic Theatre. Ashley, a 14-year old IHS freshman, is the...

 

Ipswich Blood Drive Monday

It might look like a winter wonderland at times, but the winter weather is no wonderland for hospital patients who depend on blood to keep them healthy and alive. The Ipswich Lions Club is sponsoring a community blood drive on Monday, Jan. 13 from...

 

Looking back at 2019 - July to December

What a second half of the year. Especially weather-wise! JULY The Marcus P. Beebe Memorial Library announced that it had received a $1,500 grant from the Midco Foundation. Three Ipswich High School...

 

Musical programs coming soon

The Ipswich Has Talent Show is Friday, Jan. 10 at 7 p.m. in the School Theatre. The Ipswich Public Elementary students will then have their Winter Concert on Tuesday, Jan. 14. There will be a matinee performance at 2:15 p.m. to allow for better...

 

4-H Shooting Sports program start January

The Edmunds County 4-H BB Gun 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, 2020) and 18 that are registered 4-H...

 

S.D. Snow Queen Festival Jan. 3-11, Junior Queen crowned Jan. 4

Queen Aleah Steger and Jr. Queen Maci Luce, along with the South Dakota Snow Queen Festival, invite you to join them for the 74th South Dakota Snow Queen Festival, to be held January 3 to 11, 2020....

 

Weekend storm creates difficult driving conditions

South Dakota officials were cautioning travelers that travel may be nearly impossible in many areas during the weekend and Monday. Ipswich emergency crews were called to an accident involving a semi on the icy, snowy roads on Saturday west of...

 

Looking back at 2019 - January to June

The weather was wet, wet, wet and even wetter than that during the calendar year of 2019. And this mostly on, sometimes off moisture pattern continued throughout the year of 2019, now including...

 

Merry Christmas!!

Merry Christmas from all of us at the Ipswich Tribune! Santa Claus stopped in Ipswich during the Highway of Hope Vendor and Craft Show on Dec. 7, 2019. This week's edition has letters and stories... Full story

 

Funds for life-saving new technology for law enforcement

In an ongoing effort to improve the cardiac system of care in the Upper Midwest, The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust has awarded a grant of $3.6 million to equip every law enforcement...

 

FSA News & Views

DATES TO REMEMBER Dec, 25 — Office closed for the Christmas Holiday Jan. 1 — Office closed for the New Year's Day Holiday Jan. 20 — Office closed in observance of Martin Luther King Jr's Birthday Feb. 28 — General CRP sign-up 54 deadline to...

 

Christmas services next week

Local churches will celebrate the Christmas season next week. Schedules for local churches include: Holy Cross and St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Churches: St. Thomas the Apostle in Roscoe will have a Christmas Eve Mass at 5 p.m. on Dec. 24....

 

Early deadline for next two weeks

In preparation for the upcoming Christmas and New Years Day celebrations, the Ipswich Tribune and Roscoe-Hosmer Independent will have early deadlines for advertisers and news stories. The Dec. 25, 2019 edition will be printed on Monday morning, Dec....

 

Sounds of Christmas

Ipswich Middle School and High School music students had their Christmas Concert on Thursday, December 12 that 7 p.m. The concert will feature music from the sixth grade choir, seventh grade choir,...

 

Holiday Spirit Contest winners

A Holiday Spirit Contest was held at the school as part of the Hometown Holiday Weekend festivities. Winners were chose in three divisions: Festive, Creative and Tacky. The 2019 winners were:...

 

Dr. Engler to retire, open house planned on Dec. 18 in Aberdeen

Ipswich native Dr. Jim Engler has served the area as a dentist since July, 1978. A few years later he added time in an Aberdeen office also. In July 2019 the Ipswich Dental office closed. Dr. Engler... Full story

 

Basketball fun and games

The Max Geditz Benefit on Sunday had plenty of opportunities for basketball. There were boys and girls scrimmages and a chance for contests. For a donation you could challenge participants in the...

 

Christmas at the Courthouse

Ipswich vocal students provided entertainment during the Christmas at the Courthouse tree lighting ceremony on Friday, Dec. 6 sponsored by the Wily Wizards 4-H Club. There are Christmas trees on...

 

Christmas concert Thursday evening

Ipswich Middle School and High School music students will perform their Christmas Concert on Thursday, December 12 at 7 p.m. The concert will feature music from the sixth grade choir, seventh grade choir, eighth grade choir, 6-7 band, 9-12 choir,...

 

Helping others

Shaylee Coisman decided it was time for a haircut. The last time she got a haircut was six years ago, when she donated the long hair to a worthy cause. So on Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019 she cut 24 inches...

 

Richland Children's Christmas Musical

The Richland Church will present "Cake: Christmas Acts of Kindness Experiment" on Sunday evening, Dec. 15 at 7 p.m. Prelude music by the children will begin at 6:30 p.m. Christmas treats will be given out to everyone in attendance. Refreshments will... Full story

 

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