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March 2, 1911The bottom has certainly dropped out of the butter and egg market. Butter is down to 15 cents per pound and eggs to 12 cents per dozen. It has been many years since these products have … more
Each year, FFA chapters around the country celebrate National FFA Week. It’s a time to share what FFA is, and the impact it has on members every day. National FFA Week was February 20-27, 2021, and … more
For the final game of the regular season, the Lady Chiefs travelled to Estelline. The Redhawks’ offense proved tough to defend as they defeated Iroquois/Doland. Katie Dubro had 10 points and 10 … more
Justin Bryan Bice will be a 2021 graduate of Iroquois High School in May. Justin is the son of Wesley and Starla Bice of Yale, S.D.  Throughout high school, Justin has been involved in the … more
The Iroquois Elementary Student Council concluded their Veterans' Buddy Basket project this week. Their fundraising efforts raised nearly $500 that was used to buy personal and household items which … more
February 16, 1911 A large number of people whose cisterns are dry are hoping for early spring rains. Next Sunday services will be as usual, but at the evening service, it being the World’s … more
Iroquois Ironworker, Inc., a small manufacturing company in Iroquois, S.D., was established in Iroquois in 2003 by Richard Tilton. Eleven employees build hydraulic machines for metal fabrication. … more
February 9, 1911The members and friends of the Cong’l church are earnestly requested to be present at the morning service next Sunday, as a meeting is called to decide whether to celebrate the 25th … more
IROQUOIS/DOLAND VS OLDHAM-RAMONA/RUTLAND On Mon., Jan. 25, the Lady Chiefs took a loss to the Raiders on the road in Ramona. Katie Dubro had 17 points and seven rebounds. Kaitlyn Maas scored 12 … more
South Dakota FFAs annual State Leadership Development Events continued this year in a new format, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. South Dakota FFA members from across South Dakota traded their normal … more
February 2, 1911The De Smet News is 31 years old, and the present publisher, C. P. Sherwood, has been connected with the institution for 28 years. That is a long time to be grinding out copy for a … more
January 19, 1911: A break in the furnace at the school house last Thursday necessitated the closing of school for a few days until repairs for the furnace could be obtained from the east. The trouble … more
“Keep wagging your tail,” was the message shared with Iroquois Middle School students by author Craig Grossi. Craig Grossi, an eight-year U.S. Marine veteran who served in Afghanistan and a … more
January 12, 1911: An epidemic of La grippe is again prevalent in these parts, and many are the victims. The disease comes this year in violent form, with a variety of complications and a disposition … more
Iroquois High School Senior, Hayley Geyer, daughter of Rex and Lynette Geyer and top of her class, was selected by her school as KSFY Touchstone Energy Scholar of the week. The school has not … more
De Smet Community Scholarship recipients are reminded to send their fall semester transcripts and spring semester schedules to guidance counselor Kari Fods at, so the school can … more
iroquois newsDecember 29, 1910: At the expiration of his term as county superintendent of schools Jan. 1, A. H. Seymour will become principal and superintendent of the Iroquois Schools. The Iroquois … more
Small acts of kindness do not go unnoticed. In December 2001, after the World Trade Center disaster, Tricia Holland’s third grade class at Cavour Elementary decided to reach out to the firefighters … more
iroquois newsDecember 22, 1910: C. T. Liddle has sold his furniture, undertaking and feed business to Spencer Jordan, who will continue the business at the old stand, the transfer to take place the … more
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