Homecoming week at Cheyenne Eagle Butte

The C-EB Homecoming Week is upon us as students get into the school spirit with a busy week of activities and sports. The theme this year is Super Heroes. Homecoming candidates were Calvin Traversie, Brexton Traversie, Wyatt Jewett, and Kaytonna Bartlett up for the king title. Kaitlyn Condon, Snowy Fire Cloud, Sal Jewett, and Myah Red Horse vyied for the […]

Little Braves

C-EB varsity football players cheer as first grader Kyle Hopkins avoids the defense and sprints his way down the field. The varsity players served as coaches for the first graders who played some scrimmage on Monday morning to kickoff C-EB’s homecoming week. Varsity players pictured include Dillon Brugier, Harley Neigel, Wyatt Jewett, Adam Lesmeister, and Kaytonna Bartlett.

Over two dozen horses die of starvation, says former horse sanctuary employee

A former employee of the Wild Horse Sanctuary, located three miles west of Lantry, claims that 30 or more horses have died from starvation since mid June of this year. Colleen Burns, who was employed by the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros (ISPMB) sanctuary, posted a document online, detailing 30 horse deaths including pictures of dead […]

C-EB Homecoming royalty candidates

Calvin Traversie, Brexton Traversie, Wyatt Jewett, and Kaytonna Bartlett. Queen candidates are Kaitlyn Condon, Snowy Fire Cloud, Sal Jewett, and Myah Red Horse.

Under new leadership Indian Business Alliance prepares for year of action

Rapid City, South Dakota – September 26, 2016 – The South Dakota Indian Business Alliance (SDIBA), a group of community partners that work collaboratively to strengthen Native entrepreneurship development, has announced a new Executive Team that will be responsible for managing the organization’s affairs over the next year. The leadership team was elected through an open statewide nominations process and […]

Four Bands expands team for renewed focus on youth

Eagle Butte, South Dakota – September 20, 2016 – Four Bands Community Fund, a non-profit community loan fund, recently added two new staff members to support the organization’s renewed focus on delivering programs designed to increase financial capability and entrepreneurial skills of the youth population on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation.  Alissa Benoist (Cheyenne River Sioux), selected as Four Bands’ […]

Five things to know about public notices in your newspaper

October is Public Notices Month in South Dakota. It is time to shine a light on why public notices published in your local newspaper matter in our lives and in our society.     Here are five things to know:     1) Public notices published in your local newspaper are a record of the official actions of government. There […]

The “Dignity” of all peoples

National headlines tell us America is divided, and that we are becoming an increasingly polarized nation. We’re told that our diverse cultural, political and religious views make for irreconcilable differences. That’s the impression one gets from the news these days.  An event I attended in South Dakota just a few weeks ago, though, left me with quite a different impression. […]

Heroes don’t wear capes; they wear dog tags and combat boots!

It’s a well-known fact that I am a Denver Broncos fan! Not that I am counting, but they have won eight AFC championships and three Super Bowls. Every week as they don the orange and blue, I can’t help but think about our own football team within our veteran network.            Our Department, along with the […]

PBiS September Incentive

The kindergarten and first grade students at the C-EB Primary School who were able to follow the three main rules of our school (Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Be Safe)  enjoyed watching a movie in the auditorium while eating popcorn and drinking a juice. Parents/Guardians encourage your students to follow the three main rules throughout the year as there will […]

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