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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
June 30, 1910: The twentieth annual commencement of the common schools of Kingsbury county will be held at De Smet this evening. There are 109 eighth grade graduates. Those from Iroquois are Jessie … more
My husband Brian Cundy had a dream to own his own shop, so, when the opportunity came to purchase the gas/service station that he worked at as a high school student, we decided to take the leap. We … more
Kris Larson, pastor of the West Kingsbury Parish that includes the Methodist churches in Iroquois and De Smet, retired from his full-time ministry at the end of June.Larson received his license to be … more
The De Smet and Iroquois United Methodist Churches will be welcoming a new pastor this month. Willow Lake native Tia Felberg will be taking over the reins from longtime pastor Kris Larson, who has … more
This year, the HOSA South Dakota State Leadership Conference, which was scheduled for March 26-27, took place on a virtual platform due to COVID-19. (HOSA stands for Health Occupations Students of … more
This year, the Iroquois fourth graders welcomed Sergeant Lark into their classroom for weekly lessons in decision making, goal setting, substance abuse, communication styles, bullying and many other … more
The Bensley-Rounds American Legion and Auxiliary presented Good Citizenship Awards to one boy and one girl from both the senior and eighth-grade classes. These awards are given in … more
June 16, 1910Iroquois has organized a baseball team and promises to get down to business and play the game. June 19, 1930 The usual large crowd assembled Thursday night to listen to the weekly … more
The Iroquois Sports Day committee met at Iroquois Store to discuss plans for the upcoming event. The annual celebration will be shortened to one day, Saturday, July 18. This year’s theme is … more
Drivers Training will take place at the Iroquois School the week of June 22-26 with strict COVID-19 restrictions in place. Hours are 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., with Mr. Henn as instructor. Thirty hours of … more
Each year, two elementary students are selected from the 3rd, 4th and 5th grades to take part in activities during the school year that support our school and community. This year’s council … more
The following were winners of the 2020 poppy poster, poetry and essay contests sponsored by Unit 280 of the American Legion Auxiliary in Iroquois. Poppy Poster contestClass I: Maiya Shoultz, first … more
With the cancellation of in-person learing from March 13, 2020, until the end of the year, it was impossible to put on the musical “Annie” and go on the music trip to Branson, Mo. … more
If you happen to encounter an orange shorts-clad walker in or around the Iroquois area this summer, don’t worry, they’re not lost. This is most likely Scott Beehler, the Iroquois School … more
High School: 4th 9 weeks “A” Junior: Hayley Geyer, Heather Geyer, Sierra Kogel Sophomore: Katie Dubro, Hannah Hofhenke, Harley Nelson, Abigail Pohl Freshman: Lily Blue, Lexi Burma, Paige … more
Kindergarten graduation took place on May 18 via Zoom with 11 students receiving recognition. Mrs. Jessica Eckmann is the Kindergarten teacher. Preschool also held its celebration on May 19 via Zoom … more
Iroquois Housing Development, Inc is a nonprofit organization with the mission to provide affordable housing for families who wish to call Iroquois home. The organization purchases condemned houses … more
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