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Four people are retiring from the Iroquois School District. Their combined years of service in education span 122 years with 88 ½ years being at Iroquois School. Richard Soma May 19, 2021, was … more
May 25, 1911In this issue will be found a speed ordinance recently passed by the town trustees in which the limit inside the incorporation is placed at eight miles per hour and providing stiff … more
May 18, 1911A farm hand working on the Forbes’ place northeast of town disappeared Monday morning, and shortly after, it was discovered that a purse containing about thirty-one dollars in money was … more
After a week of finals, senior presentations and turning in books, the IHS senior class was ready to say goodbye. On Thursday, their last official day of high school, a traditional senior breakfast … more
The Class of 2021 will have graduation on May 15 at Iroquois High School. Everyone is welcome. Class Motto: Chase your dreams but always know the road that will lead you home again. -Tim McGrawClass … more
Aspiring to work around animals. What’s your favorite subject and why? Geography because I like learning about different places and their culture. Why is school important to you? You need a good … more
Aspiring to be a writer or in the art industry.What is your favorite subject and why? Reading because I like books and watching the movies. Why is school important to you?So, I can talk to my friends … more
Kaitlyn Ann Maas will be a 2021 graduate of Iroquois High School in May. Kaitlyn is the daughter of Laurie Maas and the late Bill Maas of Cavour. Throughout high school, Kaitlyn has been involved in … more
Dominic Froke will be a 2021 graduate of Iroquois High School in May. He is the son of Ronnie Froke (Iroquois) and Kari Beavers (Willow Lake).Throughout high school, Dom has been involved in the … more
Iroquois FCCLA members Paige Wagner and Skyler Rhoten went into the preschool room at Iroquois Elementary to teach preschoolers about emotions. Their concern was little children don't understand … more
The Iroquois FFA Chapter hosted their 1st FFA Banquet on April 29. At this event, degree and award winners were recognized, while reminiscing on the many different events completed over the past … more
May 11, 1911At last the census of the towns and cities in this state, taken a year ago, has been announced. Iroquois is credited with 578 people. This does not include Gerner’s addition, which is … more
Trysten Zavesky will be a 2021 graduate of Iroquois High School in May. She is the daughter of Nikkole and Cody Barth, Huron and Donald and Elizabeth Zavesky, Iroquois. Throughout high school, … more
May 4, 1911The larger cities in South Dakota are boosting their population figures by multiplying the number of votes cast at the recent city elections by five thus determining the population. If … more
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
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