Dupree Locals…

Emily and Spencer Olsen spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of Rusty and Shelley Bre­hmer. Kathy Olsen and Shelley Breh­mer went to Pierre on Thursday. Shayna Farlee spent Thursday through Saturday at the home of Shawn and Kathy Olsen Shawn Olsen went to Rapid City on Friday. Shawn and Kathy Olsen, Emily and Spencer and Shayna Farlee went to Lantry […]

Local rodeo talent cash in at Sitting Bull Stampede

They didn’t come home with first place but area cowboys and cowgirls came home with some money in their pockets from the Sitting Bull Stampede Rodeo this past weekend in Mobridge. Kaden Deal of Dupree finished tied for third in the Saddle Bronc riding to bring home a $ 921 check. Younger brother Kash, also cashed in with a seventh […]

BHSU coach puts on Basketball Camp in Dupree

Keeping skills sharp all sum­mer so that kids are ready to go back to school in the fall isn’t just for reading. Many local students are attending basketball, volley­ball, cheerleading, wrestling, and football camps. A few of the older girls in Du­pree have been participating in a summer league basketball program too. Thirteen girls have been travel­ing with Mary Farlee […]

Fishing update for the Missouri River in South Dakota

The weather this week is look­ing great! Grab some friends and family and get out on the river. The fish are biting, and it’s time to catch some! REMINDER: Check out the Game, Fish & Parks web site for de­tailed info on the new regulations designed to prevent movement of invasive species. You can trailer to fish cleaning stations nearest […]

Outdoor Campus-West hosts 4th annual Outdoor Universitythe

Are you and your family inter­ested in learning a new outdoor activity together? Here’s your chance! The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks’ (GFP) Outdoor Campus-West in Rapid City will host its fourth annual Outdoor University on Saturday, July 11, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. MDT. “Outdoor University provides something for everyone,” said Chad Tussing, director of the Outdoor […]

CRST Tribal Council drops hammer on drug dealers

Resolution calls for exclusion, dis-enrollment, or banishment for life

The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Council took very strong action on Wednesday to deal head on with the escalating problem of Meth and drug use on the Cheyenne River Reservation.   The council passed Resolution 182-2015-CR which outlined the consequences to those individuals who are convicted (in tribal, state, or federal court) of distributing, manufacturing, or trafficking methamphetamine and/or any narcotic […]

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