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CRYP Hosts Redcan, Graduates First Art Interns, And Receives $100,000 NEA “Our Town” GrantWowapi



It’s been a thrilling month for the Cheyenne River Youth Proj­ect. Not only did the 26-year-old, not-for-profit, grassroots youth organization host the ground­breaking RedCan graffiti jam and graduate its first cohort of teen art interns, it earned a $100,000 Our Town grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. According to NEA Chairman Jane Chu, CRYP was one of 275 […]

Groundbreaking for “7th Generation Cinemas to be held July 29



Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Chairman, Harold C. Frazier an­nounced that July 29, 2015 will mark the ceremonial ground breaking for the $2.8 million, 7th Generation Cinemas which will be located in Eagle Butte. The Cinemas will have two full size theatres with a total seating capacity for 184 customers. Both theatres will be equipped with state of the art digital […]

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2015 Dewey County Fair & 4-H Achievement Dayswill



The 2015 Dewey County Fair and 4-H Achievement Days are scheduled to be held July 23rd and in Timber Lake. Entry infor­mation is available by contacting either the Dewey County Exten­sion Office 865-3652. Thursday, July 23rd will be the Static Exhibit Day at the Timber Lake Activity Center. All 4-H Exhibits can be entered from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM. […]

Chip Seal and Fog Seal Projects Around Mobridge



The South Dakota Department of Transportation says chip seal and fog seal applications will be applied to several highways in the north central area of the state beginning Monday, July 20, weather permitting. The contractor plans to chip seal the following routes in the fol­lowing order with fog sealing closely following the chip sealing. Highway 212 — Ridgeview to LaPlant […]

Part II: Let the Constitution be our Constellation and the U.S. Flag a symbol of our Unity



(Editor’s Note: The impact of symbolism on the American psyche series: Next week: the meaning and use of Tribal flags, and their relationship to the U.S. ) The U.S. Flag Code suggests how the U.S. flag should be treat­ed. The Code is designed “ ‘for the use of such civilian groups or organizations that may not be required to conform […]

Schweitzer awarded for 10 years of service



On June 28, the Prairie Com­munity Health held a staff picnic and an Appreciation night at the Isabel Pavillion. The employees were recognized for their years of service. Carla Schweitzer was received an award for her ten years of service and dedication to her pa­tients. Carla worked at the Fam­ily Health Center in Eagle Butte for ten years now and […]

Eagle Butte Locals



MSGT Rick Duperior and his wife, Carlette have moved to San Antonio, Texas following his re­tirement from teaching Marine ROTC. Duperior retired from the Marines in 1985 and has been teaching ROTC ever since. They would love to re-connect with family and acquaintances from the area. Their address is 16618 Oak Breeze, Universal City, Texas 78148 and their phone number […]

Hats Off



To the Steve Payne and the em­ployees of the State Bank of Eagle Butte for serving a fantastic meal on Friday for Hometown Days. The grill is awesome! Ron Pearman


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