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RAVS Veterinarian Dr. Erin Katribe (right) of Austin, Texas spades this German Shepherd on Thursday as vet. More...

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Opinions

Cause to celebrate bits of good postal news

Anytime there is good news about the Postal Service, it’s worth writing about. Even if it’s not necessarily earth-shaking news. More...

Letter to the editor...

Someone needs to tell our children the truth about suicide. My understanding about suicide is that when a person takes their life. They?re still here on Earth, walking and crying spiritually. Until the day that God has chosen for them. More...

Shining a light on youth suicide crisisheads

Nearly eight years after No Child Left Behind expired, I am glad Congress has finally passed legislation to reauthorize federal K-12 educational programs. More...

Obituaries

Seborn D. Iron Hawk

Seborn D. Iron Hawk, age 65, of Red Scaffold, passed away Thurs­day, July 23, 2015 at the Rapid City Regional Hospital. Arrangements are currently pending. Luce Funeral Chapel of Eagle Butte has been entrusted with Seborn’s arrangements. More...

Youth

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These young horseman and horsewoman braved the elements and near 100 degree weather last week to complete the four day 60 mile trail ride as part of the Youth Horsemanship Program. More...

Title 1 and CEB hosting a Jump Start Program

Title 1 and CEB Schools are hosting a Jump Start Program for students who are entering kin­dergarten this fall.  This group in Mrs. Ducheneaux’s room are cel­ebrating Kaimana Newbrough’s 5th birthday. More...

Agriculture

This week on the ranch

~ The South Dakota Cowgirl ~ http://thesouthdakotacowgirl.com

Spring and Summer have kept me extremely busy this year. Busy in a good way, of course, but busy nonetheless. We’ve had CRST Youth Horse­manship kids out for a clinic. Boy, was that fun! More...

USDA News

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

USDA announces conservation programs that will benefit South Dakota

“ This new program that I worked to include in the 2014 farm bill will not only provide incentives to preserve grassland … it will also help improve exist­ing pastures and hay land.” More...

Late night fire threatens Animal Shelter

A late Monday evening fire near the Animal Shelter southeast of town put 10 dogs in the shelter at risk. More...

Keystone Pipeline opponents protest in Pierre ahead of SD PUC permit hearing

400 men, women, and children, Natives and non-Natives, gath­ered together in Fort Pierre near First National Bank and Pizza Ranch to begin a peaceful protest march across the Missouri River into Pierre to voice their opposi­tion against the construct More...

News

Missouri Breaks, Eagle Butte, and community capacity are growing

employees Language immersion childcare planning

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Ventures is hosting a meeting on August 3 from 1:30 to 4:30pm at the OLC Eagle Butte Campus. More...

Meeting Notice

The Dewey County Com­missioners will meet on Tuesday, August 4 for the August Regular meeting at the Dewey County Court­house. More...

Support The Cheyenne River Youth Project’s Annual “School Supplies Drive,”

Needs Contributions No Later Than Monday, August 10

With the midsummer heat and still-long days, it’s hard to believe that the new school year is just weeks away. More...

Community

2015 Dewey County Fair open class results

The 2015 Dewey County Fair was held on Thursday, July 23rd at the Community Center in Timber Lake, South Dakota. More...

CRST Council Proceedings

CRST Resolution No. 199-2015-CR

RESOLUTION NO. 199-2015-CR WHEREAS, the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota is an unincorporated Tribe of Indians, having accepted the provisions of the Act of June 18, 1934 (48 Stat. 984); and More...

Become the Next “Dacotah Star” at the South Dakota State Fair

HURON, S.D. – Make your voice heard at the South Dakota State Fair! Become the next “Dacotah Star” at the Dacotah Star Talent Competition presented by Da­cotah Bank. More...

Sports

Getting ready for the season

Some of the Dupree Volleyball team players, from last season and those that plan to join this fall, put in some extra hours in the hot gym this past week when they attended the Pacesetter Volleyball camp July 21-23. More...

Attention Dupree Parents

Dupree School Registra­tion will be held on August 5-6 from 8:30 AM through 3:00 PM. The first day of school is Tuesday, August 18. Please watch your mail if you are a bus rider for pick-up and drop off times. More...

City Council Meeting Notice

The Dupree City Council will hold their August Regular Meeting on Monday, August 3, 2015. The meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. at the city office. More...

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