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On Monday morning, construction crews took off a 15 foot section of asphalt down Main Street in Eagle Butte as they prepare to replace the water main over the next two months. More...

News

Lakota Elders honored for keeping Lakota Language alive

The Oglala Lakota College/ Cheyenne River College Center honored 70 Cheyenne River La­kota Elders over age 70 who are fluent Lakota language speakers. This event took place at the Ogla­la Lakota College Auditorium on June 19, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. More...

Electric cooperatives continue repairs after summer stormsmembers

Electric cooperatives across the state continue to work on repairs after a series of summer storms rolled through the state beginning Friday. More...

Roadside mowing: Hold off until after July 10

The South Dakota Depart­ments of Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) and Transportation (DOT) want to remind individuals there are laws and rules governing when mowing of highway right- of-way ditches can begin. More...

Obituaries

David Haskell

David Haskell, 59, of Eagle Butte, passed away on Thursday, June 18, 2015 at the Golden Living Center of Ipswich. More...

Austin Miner

Austin Miner, age 18 of Eagle Butte, SD, entered the Spirit World on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at Eagle Butte, SD. More...

Thomasine Makes Room For Them

Thomasine Makes Room For Them, age 46, of Eagle Butte, en­tered the Spirit World on Sunday, June 14, 2015 at Eagle Butte, SD. More...

Youth

CRST Youth Horsemanship Mobile Clinic

The Youth Horsemanship Pro­gram’s ( YHP) mobile clinic is in full swing as it kicked off on June 1, 2015. The clinic began in LaPlant S.D and has moved to the communities of White Horse and Timber Lake. More...

Fishing Contest

Quinn Benoist poses with her mother Alissa Benoist after finding out her catfish was the biggest fish caught in the derby. The catfish weighed in at 6.3 pounds. More...

Anglers of all ages hit shore for Family Fish and Fun Day

128 anglers took part in the Family Fishing and Fun Day, held this past Saturday at the Old Agency Tribal Park along Lake Oahe. More...

Reminder: City Wide Rummage Sale sign up

Annual City Wide Rummage Sale will be on Friday July 17 and Saturday July 18 during Home­town Days. If you want to be included on the map, sign up now to have your Yard or Food Sale posted. More...

Opinions

What’s more dangerous: cleaning the toilet, lighting candles or watching firecrackers explode?

Looking at the results of a new fireworks safety poll released today by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, you might say No. 1 and No. 2.  More...

Days Move Forward & Temperatures Get Hotter

Randolph’s Corner

The tragic shooting in that South Carolina church by de­spite the strange platitudes of several candidates for office. More...

Letters to the Editor

Hau Mitakuyapi, In a tragic accident on June of 1981, an 11-year-old student from the Little Wound School on the Pine Ridge Reservation died on her way to participate in the an­nual Freedom Run at the South Dakota Penitentiary. More...

Community

Miner, and Eagle Staff attend SDRC Children’s Celebrationing

Saturday, June 13, 2015, Jaz­zlyn Benson, Emilie Miner and Sunrose Eagle Staff attended the SDRC Children’s Celebration in Chamberlain, SD. This celebra­tion honors all of the winners from the various South Dakota Reading Council contests. More...

Twite recognized as Outstanding Scholar

Bismarck State College cele­brated its scholars and outstand­ing students at the 46th annual spring Recognition Ceremony April 22 in the Bavendick State­room of the National Energy Center of Excellence. More...

Anderson Graduates from Baker College

Lindsay JoNell Anderson grad­uated Magna Cum Laude on June 6th, 2015 from Baker College, Allen Park, MI with a degree in Health Information Technology. More...

Sports

South Dakota High School Rodeo Finals kicks off this week

The 2015 South Dakota High School finals begins this week in Belle Fourche with the first round of the boys and girls cut­ting competitions beginning on Tuesday. More...

Telling Fish Stories

Lester Vig, Lars Lind, Mike Ducheneaux, and Lyle Baker swap fish stories and check out each others catches before weighing them in at the First Annual Family Fishing Fun Day held at the Forest City R More...

Importance of Boating Safety this Summer

With the approach of the Fourth of July holiday, the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is joining a national effort to high­light boating safety. More...

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