City Of Eagle Butte Police Department to host Prescription Drugs take back program



On April 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the City of Eagle Butte Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public its 11th opportunity in six years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.  Bring your pills for disposal to City of Eagle […]

Martin, Briggs elected to Eagle Butte City Council



The Eagle Butte City Council will have two new faces next month after Tiny Martin and Richard Briggs were elected to the council last Tuesday. Briggs running for the Ward II seat occupied by Mark Steffan defeated Steffan 18-5. In a three way race in Ward III, Tiny Martin was the winner collecting 23 votes. Tigger Joens was second with […]

Duck takes flight



CRST District 4 special election on Tuesday



The CRST Special Primary for District 4 will take place next Tuesday. The election is to fill the unexpired term of Wayne Ducheneaux II. There are two polling locations one in Eagle Butte and the other in Timber Lake. The Eagle Butte polling location will be at the CR Housing Authority Conference Room and the Timber Lake poll location is […]

C-EB School Pow Wow this weekend



The C-EB school PowWow will be held this Friday, April 22 and continue through Saturday, April 23.  Grand entry will be at the High School Gymnasium on Friday at 6:00 p.m. and at 1:00 p.m on Saturday.

Sacred Heart Center hosts sexual assault awareness event



On Thursday April 14, the Sacred Heart Center hosted a Sexual Assault Awareness program at the Landmark in downtown Eagle Butte. Speakers were on hand from the FBI, U.S. Attorney’s Office, CRST Police Deparment, and local professionals who are part of the collaborative effort in combating sexual violence. The speakers outlined the collabortive process in place from the first responders, […]

UTTC offers Native American tuition waiver



United Tribes Technical College (UTTC) plans to make it easier for Native students to start college. Beginning with the coming Fall Semester, UTTC will waive the tuition of Native students who are enrolled members of federally recognized tribes. The waiver will be offered to all qualified Native American college students attending the tribal college in Bismarck. The offering is a […]

This is how I picture it



The Eagle Butte City Council will get some new faces this year. Last week’s election will bring a new representative from Ward II and Ward III. The city council held the April regular meeting on Thursday evening. One item on the agenda was to canvas the ballots and certify the results. According to South Dakota Administrative Rule 5:02:17:12, canvassing local […]

Managing the Missouri

Managing the Missouri

As the snow melts away and spring sets in throughout South Dakota, the Missouri River is beginning to swell. For some, this brings back memories of the catastrophic 2011 flood which forced more than 4,000 families out of their homes, resulted in five deaths and caused more than $2 billion in damage to infrastructure, businesses and fertile ag land. Entire […]

Students earn trip to DQ



The C-EB primary school rewarded students who had great attendance for the third quarter with a trip down to Dairy Queen.  The 1st grade and Kindergarten students enjoyed having a cheeseburger combo meal with a drink.  The C-EB primary school is planning a trip to the Dakota Zoo in Bismarck, ND for the end of the year great attendance and great behavior incentive. 


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