Pumpkin Painting and Carving!

The Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Upper Elementary School Parent Involvement Program hosted “Pumpkin Painting Night” for C-EB grades 2 through 3. The event, held on Monday evening, October 23, had a great turn out. Two hundred students, along with their families, participated in painting pumpkins. Each pumpkin was unique and the designs reflected the wonderful imaginations of each student. “It was fun! […]

Students of the Month for September

C-EB to host College Application Week

In 2014, C-EB High School was one of nine schools in South Dakota selected to participate as a pilot school for the South Dakota College Application Week. In the three years we have participated, College Application Week assisted 174 C-EB seniors who submitted 233 applications to SD Board of Regents’ schools, 35 applications to SD Technical schools, 5 applications to […]

October has been Lakol Wichohan Wi, “The Month of Lakota Traditions & Culture,” at the Cheyenne River Youth Project

More than 300 young people attended the two-day “Awaken Your Spirituality” Youth Conference on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 20-21. EAGLE BUTTE, SD (Oct. 26, 2017) — October is Lakol Wichohan Wi, or the Month of Lakota Traditions and Culture, at the Cheyenne River Youth Project in Eagle Butte. To commemorate the monthly theme, as well as Native American Day on Oct. […]

The Goods Folks of Lennox Valley

Helen Walker loves to scream . . . BINGO! With the news surrounding Sarah Hyden-Smith, first female pastor in Lennox Valley, and Raymond Cooper’s conversion at the Lutheran Church, one might think the other churches on the town square took a back seat during the summer of 1998. But the good Lord works in mysterious ways, and during the summer of […]

Dear Petty Betty

Dear Petty Betty, So, where does it say on dumpsters around town, both business and individual, that “ANYONE WHO WANTS TO DUMP THEIR TRASH HERE IS WELCOME TO IT! You can fill up our trash can leave garbage all over on the ground and we don’t care we will just keep paying for the use of the dumpster so you […]

Randolph’s Corner… A topsy turvy season

The NFL is nearing the halfway point in the season with what can be called a topsy turvy season so far to say the least. One figured with the first game of the season being the defending champions Patriots falling to Kansas City that things were going to turn interesting. Eight weeks later and many teams failing to live up […]

At the heart of it Legalize drugs, and fund treatment centers. . !? Perhaps.

“A man may take to drink because he feels himself to be a failure, and then fail all the more completely because he drinks,” writes George Orwell in his essay “The Politics of the English Language.” Orwell’s concern with the demise of the English language is likened to the demise of a person addicted to alcohol. A remedy for ones […]

Letter to the Editor: Employees need to improve courtesy and service to elders

Dear Editor: I am writing this in case it might help other CRST elderly.  I’m a 76 year old cancer patient who has to travel 50 miles to Pierre every two weeks for my treatment.  One of the side-effects of such treatment is diarrhea.  I won’t begin to describe what that means, but the reader can ask any cancer victim. […]

Eagle Butte man charged with felon for being in possession of firearm

United States Attorney Randolph J. Seiler announced that an Eagle Butte, South Dakota, man has been indicted by a federal grand jury for Felon in Possession of Firearm. D’Boy Condon, age 39, was indicted on October 17, 2017. He appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark A. Moreno on October 23, 2017, and pled not guilty to the Indictment. The maximum […]

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