Dupree High School was “tuned in” to fun!

The DHS Homecoming theme was “The Tigers Playlist to Lead them to a Victory”.  The football team lost their Friday night game to McLaughlin. While enduring a very cold night of playing for them, their cheerleaders, and audience, there were numerous wins during the week with students and staff having fun dressing up, the volleyball team and the grade girls’ […]

National Newspaper Week

Local newspapers are the beating heart of our communities. Along with the local coffee shop, they’re often the best way to learn about the local news or receive an update on the latest sporting events. Today, there are more than 120 newspapers throughout South Dakota, with circulations running from just a few hundred to tens of thousands for the Sunday […]

Randolph’s Corner

Winterize your tipi’s

The recent explosion on the Pine Ridge reservation that claimed four lives in a duplex.  It is being investigated as a probable propane gas explosion and belies that although some locals like the winter months and the snowy landscape there are inherent dangers that exist in regards to people keeping themselves warm during these months utilizing heat generating apparatus’s, stoves, […]

Election Signs Not Allowed in Right of Way

The South Dakota Department of Transportation reminds the public that political campaign and ballot-issue signs cannot be placed on state highway rights of way. “With the general election coming up, election signs are showing up along the state’s roadways,” says Kristi Sandal, public information officer. “We’re asking everyone to pay attention to where they put the signs and make sure […]

GFP to Host Habitat Pays Workshops

The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department (GFP) will host Habitat Pays Workshops on Oct. 13, from 3-9 p.m. in Martin and in Philip on Dec. 6 from 6-9 p.m. GFP, Pheasant Forever, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Conservation District staff will be available to answer questions and discuss programs to improve wildlife habitat.   For more information […]

GFP Commission new rule: Landowner Management of Impoundments

A new rule created by the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission last week will make it easier for landowners to manage created man-made impoundments on their own land. Currently, state law requires authorization for landowners to stock fish, remove fish in quantities above established limits, use special netting or sampling equipment and apply chemicals to control vegetation […]

Attention Youth: Hunter Safety Course to be offered

Are you between the ages of 12-18 years old? Do you like to hunt? Do you want to learn  hunter safety? If so then this class is for you. 15 students are needed to set up course. If interested contact 964-8810 and ask for Harold.

Free viewing of “WAR ROOM” at CR Motel

On Saturday, October 15 at 6:00pm MT,  the popular “War Room” movie will be shown for free at the CRST Motel Conference Room! If you haven’t seen this movie, you won’t want to miss it! Or come and see it again! “Prayer is a Powerful Weapon”. Light refreshments will be served.  All welcome. Come bring a friend & children with […]

Eagle Butte Firemen’s Ball October 22

The annual Eagle Butte Fireman’s Ball will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2016. The dance will be held from 9:00 p.m. through 1:00 a.m. Dance to the music of Wired Sound A raffle tickets for a Remington 783 22-250 Bolt action rifle are currently being sold. Tickets can be purchased from any Eagle Butte volunteer firefighter or at D&R […]

GFP Allows Salmon snagging in Fall 2017

PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Game Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission voted to allow Lake Oahe anglers to snag Chinook salmon next fall. The salmon enter the shallow waters of the lake in the fall, looking for suitable spawning areas.  There is no natural reproduction of salmon in Lake Oahe and with very few other species in shallow waters […]

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