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The weather was beautiful for horse-drawn wagon rides Sunday afternoon. Tim Sullivan, owner of Ingalls Homestead, brought one of his teams of horses to Iroquois to give rides about town. Young and … more
Jonny: Do you know how to make a turkey? Well, I will teach you how to. First, you buy the turkey. Then, you buy stuffing. Third, you stuff the stuffing in the turkey. Fourth, you put the turkey on … more
The Iroquois Methodist Sunday School students recently went shopping for items to put in their Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. This is the second year the youth have decided to use “noisy … more
The Iroquois United Women in Faith unit has been hosting a fundraiser for the Abbott House (AH) for around 50 years, and 2023 was no different. Many flavors of soups and pies were served to a crowd … more
Bensley-Rounds American Legion Post 280 of Iroquois was proud to present Terry Blue, left, and Jerry (Darwin) Cundy with 50-year continuous-membership certificates and 50-year pins on Nov. 10, 2023. … more
The Iroquois/Lake Preston volleyball team held their Dig Pink night last Tuesday. The team wore their pink uniforms, honored survivors, and the Iroquois School gave a check to the Kingsbury County … more
Iroquois Community Club member Deb Magsam has been busy stewing her delicious sauce made with her fresh garden vegetables for the upcoming spaghetti supper to be held in the Legion Hall, Sat., Oct. … more
Youth ministry off to a fresh start Iroquois youth groups are available for any child to meet monthly or for special events. SonShine Gang, grades K-5, and GLOW (God Lights Our World), grades 6-8, … more
The City of Iroquois recently acquired the old brick Hoevet building, which was built in the late 1880s and originally occupied by the Bank of Iroquois, was later becoming Farmers & Merchants … more
140 Years Ago Sept. 14, 1883 The following facts will give our readers an idea of the amount of business done at the Iroquois post office. This statement is for the months of June, July and August: … more
The Mitchell Technical College Licensed Practical Nursing program recently held its graduation and awards ceremonies for nursing students. The first award was the “2023 Florence Nightingale … more
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