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At this time of year, the thoughts of children and teachers turn to school. New supplies are purchased, bulletin boards are decorated and schools are cleaned in preparation for school starting. With … more
Iroquois area farmer and school board president, Greg Blue, recently directed a $2,500 America’s Farmers Grow Communities donation, sponsored by Bayer Fund, to the Iroquois School Ag … more
August 4, 1910: • The F. & M. Bank added another large safe to its office equipment this week. • A medicine show, putting on vaudeville and moving pictures, is occupying the opera house … more
It was a hot morning for the Sports Day parade July 18. The American Legion Post 280 Color Guard led the parade as Joni Hulbert Larson sang the National Anthem. Parade winners were Cundy’s … more
August 4, 1910: • The F. & M. Bank added another large safe to its office equipment this week. • A medicine show, putting on vaudeville and moving pictures, is occupying the opera house … more
Richard Henn teaches driver’s training and industrial arts at Iroquois High School. He is known for his thoughtfulness and random acts of kindness. It is not unusual for the teachers to show up … more
Cheri Fast has been selected to represent South Dakota as AgriSafe’s Total Farmer Health Coach and will lead efforts in South Dakota. Cheri recently completed the Nurse Scholar Program and … more
If you drive through Iroquois on a Sunday morning, you might see cars in a parking lot on the edge of town, but an empty parking lot in the middle of town. The two churches in Iroquois have different … more
Larica Hofhenke of Iroquois said she was touched deeply by reports of doctors and nurses struggling to care for patients in hospitals — especially in New York — during the COVID-19 … more
The Iroquois United Methodist Women have hosted a summer entertainment event annually to support the Abbott House in Mitchell, and this year is no exception. Only, this year, the event will be on … more
The Iroquois American Legion Post presented the Color Guard and led the annual Iroquois Sports Day Parade down the Iroquois Main Street Saturday, July 18. more
July 14, 1910: Friday morning at 10 o’clock, 10 five-passenger automobiles containing between 40 and 50 Iroquoisites pulled out for a century run, the object being to advertise Sport Day. Every … more
Iroquois will be celebrating Sports Day on Saturday, July 18. This year’s theme is “These Trying Times.” A parade will be held on main street starting at 10 a.m. Three prizes will … more
Iroquois kindergarten students were not able to have the usual graduation ceremony this year, but that did not stop their teacher from trying to make it a special day for them. Kindergarten teacher … more
In Iroquois last week, a crew was at work replacing the roof on the Iroquois Heritage Museum. more
Work is being done on Washita Street in Iroquois to help improve drainage. more
Following the heavy rainfall in Iroquois on June 24-25, the football field is submerged. more
July 7, 1910: C. E. Greer, Hugo Schultz, Dr. Cowgill and J. F. Halladay (accompanied by their wives who went along to take the rest cure while the men did the cooking and other menial tasks) … more
This article is based on a recently published online Readers’ Digest article The Iroquois School District has been named the nicest place in South Dakota and is one of 50 nominees for The … more
This lending library was donated to the Iroquois School by Deb and Stu Magsam who moved recently to Iroquois from Minnesota. The structure holds books for all ages. People can take a book to read and … more
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