Eagle Butte woman charged with theft from Lakota Thrifty Mart

Shanon LeCompte of Eagle Butte, was indicted by a federal grand jury for Theft from an Indian Tribal Organization on January 19, 2017.  LeCompte appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark A. Moreno on January 24, and pled not guilty to the indictment. The indictment alleges that between May 31, 2016, and October 22, 2016, LeCompte willfully and knowingly stole more […]

CRST Chairman to propose contracting state services from Federal government

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Chairmain Harold Frazier says tribes could operate services that affect the tribe better than state governments. In a press release, Chairman Frazier stated that  when it comes  to services provided to the tribe by the state, tribes can contract with the federal government to provide those services directly under 638 contracting. 638 contracting refers to the […]

January thaw

Temperatures over the weekend rose into the 40’s causing some snow to thaw around the area. A car splashes threw melted snow on D Street near the BIA Road Shop where BIA workers were working to pump the standing water down nearby drainage lines.

Up and over

Cole Brewer gives Isiah Gray Bear of Standing Rock a little lesson in gravity as the two took to the mat on Monday night at C-EB/Dupree’s home wrestling match. Brewer went on to pin Gray Bear. For more on the C-EB/Dupree wrestlers see Pages 2-3b.

Need Cash for College or Trade School?

A $1,000 scholarship is provided by Moreau-Grand Electric and Basin Electric Power Cooperative. The scholarship program recognizes and encourages academic and community achievements of students in the region.  Moreau-Grand believes it is an investment in the economic future of America. The applications are mailed to Basin Electric in Bismarck, N.D., where a Scholarship Committee selects a winner. Selection is based […]

Noem now accepting applications for summer intern

Washington, D.C. – Rep. Kristi Noem is accepting applications for summer internships in her Washington, D.C.; Sioux Falls; Rapid City; and Watertown offices. Student interns will work with staff on various constituent service and communications projects, as well as assist with legislative research. Both South Dakota and Washington, D.C. internships provide students with first-hand knowledge of the legislative process and […]

Public Comment period still open

Now is your time to get your voice in to help stop DAPL. Contact us today. Let us help you better understand the process of the EIS comment period! Attend the Wolakota Committee meeting on Friday February 3, 2017, at the Cultural Preservation office CRST starting at 1:00 pm. At this meeting we will share as much information as we […]

Cherry Creek man sentenced for sexual contact with a minor

Sylvan Larrabee, 24 of Cherry Creek, was sentenced to two years in prison for sexual contact with a minor. Along with  the prison term, he’ll have five years of supervised release.  Larrabee was indicted by a federal grand jury on March 25, 2016 and pled guilty on October 24. The convinction stems from an incident on May 28, 2015 where […]

Senate defeats vehicular homicide bill

PIERRE — Attorney General Marty Jackely’s second attempt at getting vehicular homicide classified as a violent crime was defeated in the S.D. Senate on Monday. Vehicular homicide, a Class 3 felony, is punishable by up to 15 years in prison and a $30,000 fine. Under SB24, the prison sentence would remain the same, but by classifying it as a violent […]

C-EB High School Music Teacher Rebecca Inveld plays the National Anthem on the trombone at the start of Monday night’s wrestling match at the High School Gym.

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