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6th Grade Student of the Month: Gabriel Voges more
Sept. 21, 1911On Monday, Arthur Hanson bought the Chas. Gehring barber shop and consolidated it with his own at the Hanson stand, where he will run either two or three chairs as the trade demands. … more
Coronation will be held on Fri., Sept. 17 at 7 p.m., followed by the “Burning of the I.” This year’s theme is “TV Shows” Dress-up days Mon., Sept. 20: Favorite Teacher Day  Tues., Sept. … more
September 14, 1911A special Kingsbury County train, starting at Arlington, was run Wednesday for the exclusive benefit of our people who wished to attend the state fair. The Iroquois schools opened … more
September 7, 1911Fisher & Greer have let the contract to B. D. Stephens for the erection of a two-story cement block building. With basement, size 25 X 60, front to be of pressed brick with … more
August 31, 1911Representatives of different brick firms were in Iroquois last Wednesday presenting the merits of their wares before the board of education. The school board selected for the new … more
Buenisimo translates into English as very well or very good. This means when people say Buenisimo Peruvian Food, they are saying "very good" Peruvian food. Benjamin Machtemes, the owner of … more
August 24, 1911The potato crop in this vicinity has turned out all right, and the price will soon take another drop. Fred Schultz brought in four potatoes that weighed over a pound each. The North … more
VolleyballReturning players include Kaitlyn Konshak, Katie Dubro, Harley Nelson, Kaylee Morehead, Lexi Burma, Becca Bich, Regan LaBrie, Lily Blue and Anna Decker. The Lady Chiefs are coached by Heidi … more
August 10, 1911Work commences this week on the new public-school building to be erected in Iroquois. The new schoolhouse will be of pressed brick, size 50 X 80 feet, two full stories, with 12-foot … more
Helena Agri-Enterprises is a large multi-state company; however, its reputation provides a small-town feeling. Located in Iroquois, S.D., Helena employs local folks who are active in their community. … more
Words have power. Words can encourage or discourage. Words can wound or heal. Words can create, or words can destroy. Words can gather, or words can disperse. Words can define who we are and what we … more
Establishing a love of reading in the early years helps children develop reading and language skills they will use throughout their educational journeys. That is the vision Iroquois preschool … more
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