Ohitika Archery Challenge this Saturday



The Cheyenne Eagle Butte Upper Elementary Gym will be the setting for the Ohitika Archery Challenge coming up this Saturday, March 4. Boys and girls grades third through sixth will shoot in their own divisions. Junior High and High School students will shoot open division. The elementary tournament will begin at 9:00 a.m. MST. The Junior High and High School […]

The Wave



C-EB junior DJ High Bear leads Brave fans with the wave during last Tuesday night’s Region 6A game against Mobridge-Pollock. The Braves won the game and advanced to the Class A Sweet 16 with a win over McLaughlin

DAPL, Borehole Project subject of discussion as Chairman Frazier hosts town hall meeting



Tribal Chairman Harold Frazier hosted a Town Hall Meeting last week to share informaton about the Dakota Access Pipeline Project and the potential Borehole Project.  The discussion revolved predominately around the DAPL situation and the possible return on the KXL Pipeline Project.  One concern over the pipeline issue expressed by the 40 to 50 attendees was, what will the tribe […]

C-EB seniors eligible for American Indian College Fund’s Native Pathways Program



Students from Cheyenne-Eagle Butte High School in South Dakota are eligible to participate in the American Indian College Fund’s new Native Pathways program. The program which improves Native students’ access to college, is now accepting applications. Through the College Admissions Pathways component of the program, the College Fund will work to increase the number of American Indian and Alaska Native […]

FFA students host Animal Nursery for local students



C-EB FFA students put on petting nursery last Wednesday at the Ag Shop. Students kindergarten through fourth grade attended, including students from Head Start Wind Swept Academy, and Sunny Days Learning Center. Over 400 local students attended the Animal Nursery. Pictured are High School FFA students left to right: Back row Dyllan Lesmeister, Brock Fischer, Keaton Peterson, Jason Farlee,  Curtis […]

Dupree Man Sentenced for Assault and Aiding and Abetting



Charles Hollow Horn, age 21, was sentenced to 24 months in custody after being convicted of Assault resulting in Serious Bodily Injury along with Aiding and abetting in December of 2015. Along with the jail time, Hollow Horn received two years probation upon release. Hollow Horn was indicted by a federal grand jury on April 13, 2016. He pled guilty […]

February 27-March 3 is National Invasive Species Awareness Week



Invasive species cause over $100 billion in economic losses annually in the United States. These costs are due to decreased agricultural production or quality, decreased access to markets or environmental degradation such as costs for control and restoration. At least 40 percent of threatened or endangered species are at risk due to the effects of non-native invasive species.  The National […]

Cherry Creek man receives 15 month sentence for Failure to Register



Dewey Marrowbone, age 48, was sentenced to 15 months in custody for failing to register as a sex Offender. Marrowbone also received five years of probation Marrowbone was indicted by a federal grand jury on October 12, 2016. He pled guilty on December 12, 2016. Marrowbone had previously been convicted of a sex offense in federal court which requires him […]

Cooper graduates from SD Police Academy



Amber Cooper of the Eagle Butte Police Department recently graduated from the South Dakota Law Enforcement Training Academy in Pierre. Cooper was among 45 other officers who completed their training. All graduates of the basic course must complete a 13-week program.  The basic certification course is overseen by the South Dakota Law Enforcement Training Academy under the Office of the […]

This is how I picture it

We are not the enemy of the people

With Donald Trump’s war on the media unfolding at every White House press briefing, and after calling the media the enemy of the American People, an unlikely voice of reason appeared on the horizon on Monday morning. Former republican President George W. Bush talked to Matt Lauer on NBC’s The Today Show and praised the media, for it’s role in […]


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