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Iroquois Girls State selection and contest winners announcedThe American Legion Auxiliary Bensley-Rounds Unit 280 of Iroquois selected Katie Dubro to attend Girls State at Vermillion, S.D., May … more
Marilyn Mendenhall, a 1973 graduate of Iroquois High School, was recently the Teacher Feature in the South Dakota Department of Education Online Zebra: Education News in Black and White. Mendenhall … more
Crymsyn Caprise Schiltz will be a 2021 graduate of Iroquois High School in May. She is the daughter of Ann and Joel Seidel, Huron. Throughout high school, Crymsyn has been involved in FCCLA and … more
April 30, 1931A small army of workmen armed with shovels appeared on the streets Saturday morning, and in a short time, the cement gutters in the business section of town were cleared of the … more
The Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) teams from De Smet High School and Iroquois High School competed in the state FCCLA conference in Sioux Falls on April 18-20. Both teams … more
Iroquois FFA had 15 members qualify and attend the 93rd South Dakota State FFA Convention in Rapid City on April 11-13. This was the first time the convention was ever held in Rapid City, and the … more
Colton Walker Nelson will be a 2021 graduate of Iroquois High School in May. Colton is the son of Dennis Nelson of Pierpont and Heather and Gary Sattler of Huron.  Throughout high school, Colton has … more
Iroquois High School HOSA, Future Health Professions, recently competed at the South Dakota HOSA State Leadership Conference in Sioux Falls on April 8 - 9. The following students qualified to … more
April 20, 1911The B. D. Stephen’s carpenter crew is now engaged in putting the finishing touches on a fine new country home for Adam Fenner. It will be but a few short weeks until lawn owners will … more
Ian Loren Mount will be a 2021 graduate of Iroquois High School in May. He is the son of Donald and Liz Zavesky of Iroquois.  Throughout high school, Ian has been involved in FCCLA and chorus. He … more
April 13, 1911Next Sunday is Easter, and the display of new suits and attractive headgear will probably be worth going miles to see. If a windy spring is a sign of a wet season, everybody better … more
An Iroquois Area Community Club meeting was held April 5 at Iroquois Community Store to discuss Sports Day. Dates set for the annual weekend event will be July 16, 17, & 18. The theme will be … more
Aspiring to be a physical therapist.What is your favorite subject and why? Computers because I like learning about different things you can do. Why is school important to you?Because of my friends … more
What’s your favorite subject and why? Ag education because it is a well-rounded class where we learn not only about agriculture but also super important life skills. Why is school important to you? … more
Raylynn Paige Laible will be a 2021 graduate of Iroquois High School in May. She is the daughter of Stacy Elliott of Huron and David Laible of Howard. While in high school, Raylynn has been involved … more
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