May 26, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Bookmobile, coming to Cheyenne River area

During the summer months, St. Joseph’s bookmobile travels to reservation communities in South Dakota to distribute free reading material. More...

Mural unveiling

Minneapolis based artist Peyton Scott Russell stands in front of three murals placed More...

News

RVets equine clinics next week

The annual Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe RVets equine veterinary clinics will be held More...

Lakota Akicita and Legion of Veterans Post 308 Memorial Day Service

Monday, May 30, 2016 7:00 a.m.     Green Grass Congregational             High Elk Family/Looking Horse Family  8:00 a.m. More...

Governor’s Agricultural Summit features panels on policy, weather and conservation

The 2016  Governor’s Agricultural Summit features panel discussions on agricultural policy, the weather’s impact on agriculture, water quality and how some producers implement stewardship and conservation practices on their operations. More...

Opinions

Senate candidate says Trump not qualified to be commander in chief

Dear Editor, The Republican Presidential nominee, Donald Trump, said of former POW John McCain “He’s not a war hero. He’s a war hero because he was captured. I like people that weren’t captured, OK? I hate to tell you.” More...

Let us never forget our heroes

Memorial Day stands as a solemn American tradition that honors the sacrifices of past generations. Memorial Day is a day we dedicate to those who fell in defense of the ideals, beliefs, and values we hold sacred. More...

Bringing some much needed accountability to the Indian Health Service

The crisis plaguing the Indian Health Service (IHS) and its facilities throughout the Great Plains area isn’t new. More...

Obituaries

Betty Mae Walters

Betty Mae Walters, age 79 of Eagle Butte, SD, surrounded by her loving family at her home, entered the Spirit World on Thursday, May 19, 2016. More...

Irene Leona LeBeau Wilson

On October 25, 2015, Irene Leona LeBeau Wilson, age 95, entered the Spirit World to be reunited with her parents; Isabel Elizabeth (Traversie) and Edward Andrew LeBeau; her siblings Edward, Leonard, Grace, Ray, Bernard, Isabelle, Lucille and P More...

Leroy Vincent LaClaire

Leroy Vincent LaClaire, 24, of Rapid City and Cherry Creek, SD passed away Thursday, May 19, 2016 at I.H.S. Hospital due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident.  More...

Sports

Braves track season ends at regions

The C-EB Braves track season came to an end last Thursday as the squad competed at the Region 6A track meet held in Stephan. 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...

Today's NOAA climate outlook calls for cooler than average June

BROOKINGS, S.D. - South Dakota's weather this summer could be a bit of a climate roller coaster according to outlooks issued by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center May 19, 2016. More...

City of Dupree Public Awareness Message

The City of Dupree is asking each of its citizens to make a special effort in the care, cleanup, and grooming of their property. More...

Choose to make every day a no tobacco day

On May 31 the World Health Organization celebrates “No Tobacco Day” which highlights the health risks associated with commercial tobacco use and encourages those who use tobacco to quit.  The Canli Coalition of Cheyenne River is More...

Native Vote Initiative

The Native Vote Initiative (NVI) stresses the importance of getting out and voting. “As Lakota people, we have a responsibility to seek a just and safe environment for our children, grand children and future generations,” said Ray Us More...

Dupree Area News

Bendigo Attends Young Leaders Luncheon

Recently Seth Bendigo, a sophomore at Dupree High School and the son of Susanne and Beau Bendigo, attended The Young Leaders’ Award Luncheon sponsored by the University of South Dakota, the W.O. More...

Takini Summer lunch program

The Takini School announces the sponsorship of a summer feeding opportunities for breakfast and lunch. All children will be served at no charge. More...

DHS enjoys class produced videos and receives awards

The Dupree School held their annual JH/HS Awards Program in conjunction with the Desktop Publishing class presentation.  Mr. More...

Community

Laurenz sisters make their mark in the classroom and on the track

Alyssa Marie-Francis(right) graduated from Central High School in Rapid City on Sunday, May 22. Alyssa graduated Summa Cum Laude and with honors; she was ranked 36 of 457 in her class. More...

Ducheneaux accepted at Fairfield University and is a recipient of the Loyola Scholarship

Wambli Wacinhin Ducheneaux has been accepted and will be attending Fairfield University this fall in Fairfield, Connecticut.  More...

Youth

C-EB Scholarship Winners

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe’s Telephone Authority $250 Scholarship. Sha’Teal Pearman and Wambli Ducheneaux Lakota Thrifty Mart $500 Scholarship Sha’Teal Pearman and Wambli Ducheneaux.  More...

Primary students enjoy great attendance reward with trip to the Zoo

The C-EB primary school rewarded students who had great attendance and great behavior for the third and fourth quarter with a trip to the Dakota Zoo in Bismarck, ND. More...

Dupris has one year of perfect attendance

Caspian Dupris received an electric scooter, helmet, and knee pads during the Primary Awards Ceremony. He has had perfect attendance for the entire school year. More...