Local certified physician assistant receives national recognition

Johns Creek, GA, July 25, 2017 – Josiah Horneman, PA-C, who is employed at Cheyenne River Health Center in Eagle Butte, South Dakota, has been nationally recognized for earning a specialty credential called a Certificate of Added Qualifications (CAQ) from the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA). Horneman was recognized for earning a CAQ in Emergency Medicine, a […]

Successful mission


Ellen Mustoe has returned from a mission trip to Eagle Butte, S.D., among the Lakota Indians. She worked with the people of First Baptist Church of Eagle Butte in conducting a Vacation Bible School program and other outreach activities from June 16-25. She said the weather was cool. The Washington resident traveled with 30 others to the Cheyenne River Sioux […]

Indian Relay results

Heat 1 Goes Ahead Pretty, Leo Hugs in Eagle Butte. Chiefs Race Lakota War Path, RICO Cortez wins in Eagle Butte. Heat 2 Winner River Road, Darren Charges Strong Warrior Race River Road, Louis Big Hair Heat 3 Winner Mountain Crow Maiden Race Winner Sage Creek Vets, Autumn Charges Strong Heat 4 Winner Brew Crew Youth Relay River Road Heat […]

Hometown Days 2017 Collage

Hypnosis… Is it real?

After the hot dog eating contest was over, Kellen Marson, a hypnotist out of Sioux Falls put on a show under the tent. According to kellenmarson.com, Kellen has done well over 1,200 comedy hypnosis shows and has put to “sleep” more than 15,000 people.   The “best of the best” volunteers for a Stage Hypnosis Show have the following qualities: […]

Hot Dog, Hot Dog, Hot Diggity Dog

Last Thursday, local businesses sponsored a Hot Dog Eating Contest under the tent for Hometown Days. The event started at 7:00 p.m. and there was a $200 cash prize for the first place winner. Six contestants raced to see who could eat the most hot dogs in ten short minutes.  Megan, 7 hot dogs Barrend, 11 hot dogs Adam, 10 […]

Art in the Park under a Tent!

From pony rides above to clogging. Art in the Park was a huge success despite the high temperatures of the day. Entertainment of Cowboy Poetry by Blaine Nordvold, and a gentlemen playing the flute, were enjoyed by all as the browsed the hand made items under the tent sponsored by State Bank of Eagle Butte, Four Bands Community Fund and […]

Homeless Shelter grows own food


The Homeless Shelter in Eagle Butte is growing their own food right outside their door. Austin Reddog, the New Hope Therapeutic Garden coordinator, says having the close connection with mother nature is therapeutic and encourages compassion among those that help with the garden. The shelter employees encourage people who stay there to help maintain the garden, and in return they […]

Preparing service members for post-military careers


In Congress, my colleagues and I have not only been working around-the-clock to repeal and replace Obamacare, we have also been doing important work in our committees to cut red tape, advance pro-growth policies that will create jobs and provide essential oversight of government programs so we can improve them. This has been particularly true in the Senate Veterans’ Affairs […]

The Good Folks of Lennox Valley: Radio Host has Major Religious Awakening

Truman Capote once said that fame is good for only one thing: “They will cash your check in a small town.” Famous people weren’t plentiful in my hometown as June moved into July of 1998, but we had one homegrown luminary, Raymond Cooper. Since buying the town’s only radio station a few years earlier, then converting it to a talk […]


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