On the War Path Games Build school spirit during homecoming

Mader receives Hononary High School Diploma

Charles W. Mader was presented his honorary high school diploma on July 29, 2017. It was presented by his son Robert B. Mader on his eldest son’s (Jerry Mader) ranch near New Underwood, SD at a family reunion. Charles quit school in 1942 (10th grade) to work on the family farm, and then was drafted into the service during World War II. He was […]

Hudson signs with University of Nebraska-Kearney

Hudson Pearman signed to wrestle with 3 time Division II Wrestling National champs the University of Nebraska-Kearney. Hudson is a 2 time South Dakota State Qualifier, 4 time Nebraska State Qualifier and a 3 time state medalist. In 2015 he finished as a state runner-up and in 2016 & 2017 he finished in 4th place for Valentine. Hudson is also 2 time District […]

Throwback Thursday

An article from the September 17, 1992 Edition of the Eagle Butte News

Annual Fun Shoot held at Eagle Butte Gun Club


Ohitika Elementary News

On the War Path! C-EB Homecoming Queen & King

Cheyenne River Rodeo Royalty

Miss Cheyenne River Rodeo Queen – Jayda Farlee (Left), Jr. Miss C.R.S.T Rodeo Queen – Talise Kingfisher (Middle), and Miss C.R.S.T. Rodeo Princess – Lauryn Keckler (Right). Jayda Farlee, the first contestant to wear all 3 CRST Rodeo Queen crowns. She was the first Miss CRST Rodeo Princess, she was Jr. Miss a few years ago, and now she is […]

Cheyenne River Youth Project invites community to attend harvest celebration on Wednesday, Sept. 27

EAGLE BUTTE, SD (Sept. 18, 2017) —The Cheyenne River Youth Project will be hosting its 5th annual Harvest Festival Celebration for the Cheyenne River Lakota reservation community at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 27. The event is open free to the public and will include a couple of very special additions this year. The evening’s festivities will begin with a […]

At the heart of it: Unprecedented is the new normal

Uprecidented. The fires are unprecidented because they are burning longer and hotter. The thunderstorms are unprecidented because they are dropping greater amounts of rain in shorter amounts of time. Tornadoes are unprecidented because more and more of them are hitting towns and cities with greater force. Hurricanes are unprecidented  because their wind speeds are 150 miles per hour, and they […]

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