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Family and friends of Donna Wade came together Saturday to celebrate her 90th birthday at the family farm. Donna's three children Jean (Marv) Bouska of Rapid City, Duane Wade and friend Kelly … more
August 8, 1912Iroquois now has an all-night electric light service, a step-in advance that is highly appreciated by patrons. The town board is installing lights in the alleys in the business … more
Ally johnson, Ag Ed and FFA I am the Iroquois agricultural education teacher and FFA advisor. I graduated high school from Centerville, S.D., in 2018. This past spring, I graduated from South Dakota … more
The Iroquois School will be hosting a Back to School Bash on Tues., Aug. 16 from 4-7 p.m. There will be food served starting at 5. Come and meet the teachers and staff and drop off your school … more
Iroquois has been holding an annual Sports Day event for well over a century. Those first celebrations involved foot races, ballgames, horse races and picnics. Although much has changed, one thing … more
Looking for a fun family event that won’t break the piggybank? Travel to Iroquois July 22-24 for the annual Sports Day weekend. The Sports Day committee has been busy planning activities that all … more
Iroquois HOSA-Future Health Professionals competed at the International HOSA convention held in Nashville, Tenn., June 22-25. Eight members and their two advisors Daphne Moeller and Scott Beehler … more
Valley FiberCom is coming to the Iroquois area, including rural addresses. The crew digging the lines are making quick business of it. A handful of satellite internet services currently operating in … more
Many sites and statistics back the 15/20 minutes-a-day rule of thumb; 15/20 minutes of independent reading can expose students to more than a million words of text in a year. In addition, reading … more
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