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News

Cheyenne River issues first meth related exclusion order

After the Cheyenne River Tribal Council passed a resolution last July banishing meth dealers from the Cheyenne River Sioux Indian Reservation, the Cheyenne River Law Enforcement Department hand delivered the first banishment order on August 8 More...

Lakota No Smoking Sign/Logo Contest

Don’t miss your chance to win a prize in the Great Plains Tribal Chairman’s Health Board Lakota No Smoking Sign/Logo Contest!  Adults and youth are encouraged to get creative and design a culturally appropriate NO SMOKING Sign/Logo.  More...

C-EB school starts next Monday

The 2016-17 school year will begin next Monday for students at Cheyenne Eagle Butte. More...

Opinions

Why parent-teen communications often fall short

As a parent you want to be there for your teenager.  You try to learn what’s happening in his or her life and try to help with problems or uncertainties he or she may be facing. More...

Take your stress for a walk in the woods

Yes, today’s world is a very hectic place.  Our cities and towns are crowded with more people and traffic. Constantly-changing technology is always seeking our attention, and daily living has become more stressful. More...

When alcohol becomes a problem

In our socially-oriented society,  it doesn’t seem like a problem. A cold beer on a hot summer afternoon... More...

Youth

Grace Vernie B. Barcelona

Grace Vernie B. Barcelona will be teaching special education for the second grade at the C-EB Upper Elementary school. She is a high school graduate of Guadalupe Catholic School in Makati City, Philippines. More...

Amber Woitalla

Name:  Amber Woitalla, not pictured More...

Cynthia Charger, UE Fourth Grade Teacher

Cynthia Charger is a fourth grade teacher at the Upper Elementary. She graduated from the University of Northern Iowa and went to school to teach middle school and junior high students. More...

Dupree Area News

Monday, August 22 marks First Day of School in Dupree

It was a busy day in Du- pree as the 2016-2017 school year got off to a “hot” start. Temperatures were reported in the high 90’ More...

911 physical addresses help mark CRST residents on the maps

While there are  many people who want to live happily “off-the-grid,” the days of rural physical address descriptions such as “7 miles west of Highway 212 and another mile and a half east” are coming to an end. More...

A healthy start: pregnancy and vaccines

National Immunization Awareness Month: A reminder that we all need vaccines throughout our lives

During pregnancy, you are often thinking about baby names, nursery colors, and prenatal vitamins, but you should also be thinking about vaccines. More...

Obituaries

Janice Faye Mitchell

Janice Faye Mitchell, 59, passed away on Friday, August 12, 2016 in Rapid City, with her husband by her side. More...

James “Jimmy” Devine

James “Jimmy” Devine, 64, of Pierre, entered the spirit world on Saturday, August 6, 2016 at his Pierre residence.  More...

Sports

CRST’s Prairie Phoenix wins fourth place at state in Rapid City Rec Division

Eagle Butte’s men’s softball teams traveled to Rapid City for the annual state men’s softball tournament this past weekend. CRST area softball teams Prairie Phoenix, Last Stand and Felix Creek competed.  More...

Agriculture

USDA News

The Dewey, Meade, Perkins & Ziebach County FSA offices would like to keep you informed of the following items important to USDA programs.  If you have any questions please contact the Dewey County office at 865-3522 ext 2, Meade Coun More...

Northwest Area Conservation Districts

Pros and cons of weed control fabric

Weed control fabric is made of strands of black polypropylene fabric tightly-woven like burlap.  It is used as a method of reducing competition from grass and weeds and conserving moisture for tree seedlings especially in shelterbelts.&nb More...