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Local riders take part in South Dakota Fallen Officer’s Memorial Ride

The Fallen Officers Memo­rial Ride was on June 21st this year. J&L Harley-Davidson has partnered with the friends and families of South Dakota’s fallen officer’s to pay tribute to the people that have given the ulti­mate sacrifice. More...

Warriors Needed

Need horseman who can ride bareback at a high lope, with no fear. Riders will stage an Indian attack on a wagon train, July 29, 2015. Need to bring your own horse. Contact Orville LaPlante at 200-2146. More...

Cultural Heritage Center invites visitors for Fourth of July weekend

Local and area residents and their guests are encouraged to visit the South Dakota Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre over the Fourth of July weekend. More...

Obituaries

Gladys Turning Heart

Gladys Turning Heart, 85, of Bear Creek, passed away Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at I.H.S. Hospital in Eagle Butte. More...

Youth

Cheyenne River Youth Project Winyan Toka Win garden is evolving into a full-fledged micro farm

When the Cheyenne River Youth Project® first began its organic garden in 1999, staff members at the 26-year-old, not- for-profit youth organization scarcely could have imagined where that little garden would take them. More...

Sports

Discovers Invasive Rusty Crayfish in South Dakota Waters

A new aquatic invasive spe­cies (AIS) has been discovered in South Dakota waters. More...

Goats and Poles kicks off in Dupree

The first night of the Dupree barrel, pole bending and goat tying series was held Thursday, June 18th at the Dupree Rodeo Grounds.  There was a good turn­out and the arena was in good condition following the recent moisture.  John Hight bro More...

Attention Cross Country Runners

Anyone interested in running cross country for the 2015-16 school year for the Cheyenne Eagle Butte Braves it is time to begin pre-season conditioning. The following training schedule should be done 2-3 times per week. More...

Art and artists to be featured at second grand opening of Sea of Grass exhibit in Timber Lake

The Timber Lake and Area Mu­seum has added a plein air artists “paint out” to the activities at the second grand opening of the “Sea of Grass” exhibit in Timber Lake July 23-25. More...

Water main workers tear up Main Street

Overcaste skies and a slight breeze give workers feel some relief from the heat Tuesday as they begin laying the water pipes under Main St. More...

Opinions

Letters to the editor...

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Hats Off

RASDAK would like to say “Hats Off” to the following groups for helping us complete our third annual bike ride across SD: -Cheyenne River Youth Project for hosting us at their facility the night of June 9. More...

Cheyenne River Members

This means you and your rel­atives. Attention needs to be brought to the many issues of the Tribal Health Departments CEO and Behavioral Heath Director. More...

Community

Braylan Benoist Attends Oscar Howe Art Insitute

Braylan Benoist attended the Oscar Howe Summer Art earlier this month. This program is to demostrate talent in the visual arts and strong interest in Indian culture. More...

Benoist and Gesinger graduate from University of Morris

The following area residents graduated from University of Minnesota, Morris: Kyanne Benoist of Eagle Butte, received a bachelor of arts degree in liberal arts for the human services. More...

Berndt placed on Spring Semester President’s List

Mitchell—A total of 385 stu­dents at Mitchell Technical In­stitute have been placed on the Spring Semester 2015 President’s List, according to MTI President Greg Von Wald. More...

Agriculture

USDA News

Keeping you informed

The Dewey, Meade, Perkins & Ziebach County FSA offices would like to keep you informed of the following items important to USDA programs. More...

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