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To celebrate Citizenship Day and Constitution Day on Sept. 17, the Iroquois Bensley-Rounds American Legion Post #280 presented "Our Country's Flag" comic books and President rulers to Mrs. Heffner's … more
September 22, 1910• Seriously Injured by Automobile – Mesdames Luke and George Baird Run Over by Machine. Thursday morning at the state fairgrounds occurred the only serious accident of … more
Huge thank you to Grumpy’s Grill in De Smet for the meal they donated to the Chiefs football cheerleaders! Great way to gear up for the homecoming game! From left to right front: Heather Geyer, … more
September 15, 1910: • A new cement sidewalk has been laid on the north side of the Cong’l church property, connecting with the new walk in front of cottage row and completing the work … more
The Bensley-Rounds American Legion Auxiliary Unit 280 of Iroquois presented student dictionaries to third and fourth graders in the Iroquois Public School on Tuesday, September 8. The student … more
Zoei Schmidt Ellman received first place at both the local and state competition and second place in the Northwest Division for Class 7 in the American Legion Poppy Poster Contest. Ellman is a … more
70 Years AgoSeptember 7, 1950: • George Blue, a graduate from IHS and a recent graduate from the USD’s Law School in Vermillion, has set up his law office and is located above … more
Homecoming candidates, and Homecoming King & Queen more
September 1, 1910: The board of railroad commissioners issued an order to the Great Northern to at once erect a temporary depot and put an agent in charge. The company is given until July 1, 1911 to … more
Iroquois School District congratulates the 12 music students who were in the Festival of Young Voices but didn't get to perform March 17. They are shown wearing their Festival shirts. The district … more
August 25, 1910: The state board of railroad commissioners met at Osceola yesterday for the purpose of listening to the evidence of the people of that vicinity in justification of their petition for … more
Lacey Nelson is the new Title paraprofessional in the Iroquois Elementary. She graduated from Iroquois High School in 2014. Her fiancé, daughter and she just moved into a house they bought … more
Social distancing will be a challenge while teaching the youngest students, so an outdoor classroom is being built at Iroquois Elementary. It includes a sandbox, sensory table, easel, weaving panel … more
August 18, 1910:• A handsome new plate glass front, with extensive show windows, is being put into the front of the building owned by Richards and Schultz and occupied by Hugo’s clothing … more
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
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