Throwback Thursday

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Track Team for 2005 from the March 31, 2005 Edition of the Eagle Butte News

Hunt, Maynard receive awards

Dana Bowman has astounded the nation and the world with his drive, determination, and will to succeed. He is a retired Sergeant First Class with the U.S. Army where he was a Special Forces Soldier and a member of the U.S. Army’s elite parachute team, the Golden Knights. Dana Bowman is a double amputee. He lost his legs in an […]

Seattle Public School District to Open The Robert Eagle Staff Middle School

On September 5, 2017, the Seattle Public School District will hold an opening ceremony for the Robert Eagle Staff Middle School in North Seattle. The Wilson Pacific School is being renamed in honor of Robert “Bob” Eagle Staff, a long-time Seattle educator and principal who is credited with helping to develop Seattle’s Indian education program into one of the Nation’s […]

Dear Petty Betty…

Dear Petty Betty, Have you ever driven down the back roads? (Pretty sure you have, but doesn’t hurt to ask) I am at my last straw with drivers who blatantly ignore a yield sign or maybe don’t even know what they mean? On several occasions I have almost been hit, or receive dirty looks from drivers who must stop short […]

The Good Folks of Lennox Valley: Advice for the new pastor How will Reverend Sarah respond to news that the Baptists are shooting turkeys and she’s not invited?

It had been nine days since Rev. Sarah Hyden-Smith made her first appearance in the pulpit of Lennox Valley Methodist Church. Her schedule was filled with unpacking boxes, meeting with committees, preparing her first two sermons and other ministerial duties. Thanks to the surprise remarks from the Albright siblings during her first children’s sermon, along with the large number of […]

Counseling Corner: School Counselors – A Valuable Resource For You

School counselors are certainly incredibly busy people. But our advice is that it’s your job this school year to make sure they are even busier.  We don’t mean creating busy work, but rather taking advantage of all your school counselors have to offer. School counselors can offer a wide range of assistance to both students and parents, yet, unfortunately, most […]

At the heart of it: Remove, change and/or accept?

Several days over the past week the clouds have come down from the stratosphere. Did they sink low to see what we were up to? Are they trying to cloak us in a haze to slow us down or camouflage someone or something? Were they lonely way up high? All of these ideas assume the clouds are an entity with […]

Teachers receive education on the dangers of meth and other drugs prominent on CRST

AUSA SaraBeth Donovan, U.S. Attorney’s Office, SA Joel Torgrude, FBI, CRST Narcotics Sgt. Jeremy Reede, and a K-9 Officer presented to the Cheyenne-Eagle Butte School District staff prior to the start of school to educate them about the presence of various forms of drugs on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation. Presenters identified public information about members of the CRST community […]

Deer Camp Available for First Time Youth Deer Hunters

PRESHO, S.D. – Ten first-time deer hunters will have the opportunity to participate in a managed youth deer hunt and camp on Sept. 23-24 at the Snake Den Lodge in Presho. The Lyman, Jones and Tripp county Pheasants Forever chapters in partnership with the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) are hosting a free event that is open to […]

Archery Training in South Dakota Schools Continues to Grow

PIERRE, S.D. – The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP), sponsored by South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP), currently has 293 schools trained in the program with approximately 20,000 students participating each year. GFP hosts an eight-hour safety and proficiency training for educators free of cost. Upon completion of the training, educators are eligible to receive free archery […]

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