CRST Tribal Council cracks down on meth dealers on reservation

Resolution calls for exclusion, disenrollment, or banishement

The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Council took very strong action last 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 out lined the consequences to those individuals who are convicted (in tribal, state, or federal court) of distributing, manufacturing, or trafficking methamphetamine and/or […]

Hometown Days Calendar of Events



Thursday July 16th 5:30 PM ~ CRST Youth Fest Sponsored by: Youth Diabetes & Youth Affairs @ The Tent on Main Street Friday July 17th 8 AM – 8 PM ~ Art In The Park @ Shupick Park, Vendors Welcome – Contact Becky @ 964-3687 or Sheila @ 964-8783 9 AM ~ Youth Diabetes 5k Run/ Walk – Sign up […]

News CEB Archers Qualify for NASP IBO World 3D Challenge



Coach Allen Benoist After winning the South Dakota NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program) Archery Tournament in March at Rapid City. The Cheyenne – Eagle Butte Upper Elementary Archery team then went on to the National (NASP) Tournament in Louisville, Kentucky in May where they had an outstanding showing in the 3D Challenge. In Louisville the CEB Archers posted […]

Dakota Club Library News



Dakota Club Library will be having Storybook Land on Friday July 17. Bring the kids to have a character read them a story. We will also have water balloon and water pistol painting and free books for all ages. This is a great way to spend time after you have stuffed yourself at the State Bank lunch and while you […]

Correction



RAVS on July 21st in Dupree is at “Pioneer Hall” not Harry’s Hall.

Gravel headlines discussion at the Ziebach County Commissioner’s meeting this month



The primary discussion during the Ziebach County Commissioner meeting Monday July 6, was the county’s search for gravel to maintain or improve the condition of gravel roads. The concern expressed for commissioners is that Glenn Haines, who won the bid to provide gravel for the county, has run into layers of sand and rock, with the sand being the predominant […]

Dupree heroes save lives



The blood drive in Dupree on July 8th brought twenty people in to donate and twenty-four units were given by them. Four donors did the 2RBC and Ron Linn was the lucky recipient of the $20.00 gift card donated by Cenex of Dupree/Faith. The Friendly Few 4-H Club provided the refreshments. Donations in many other places have been down for […]

Enroll early to avoid a penalty



If you do yet not have health insurance, you still have time to enroll into a plan through the Healthcare.gov Marketplace. Enrolling in a plan now will prevent a full year of penalty fees accumulating on your tax return. In 2015 tax year, the penalty for not having health insurance is $325 per adult and $162.50 per child, or 2% […]

Historic Memorandum of Agreement Signed Regarding Reentry Services on the Standing Rock Reservation



Team recognizes that this remote area of reservation typically does not allow people returning home to have access to services and resources found in larger urban areas. The team shares a common interest and goal towards the successful reentry of people returning home to the reservation after their incarceration. The agreement was lauded by Troy Morley, a reentry services team […]

Eagle Butte Man Sentenced for Assault with a Dangerous Weapon



Acting United States Attorney Randolph J. Seiler announced that an Eagle Butte, South Dakota, man convicted of Assault with a Dangerous Weapon was sentenced on July 6, 2015, by U.S. District Judge Roberto A. Lange. Kola Eagle Hunter, age 30, was sentenced to 30 months in custody, 2 years of supervised release, and a $100 special assessment to the Federal […]


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