C-EB & Takini challenge each other on the C-EB wood

C-EB students prepare for one-act play regional competition

In just under two weeks, the drama club at C-EB high school rehearsed for the presentation of Louise Bryant’s one-act morality play “The Game,” first performed in Provincetown, MA in 1916. Bryant was 21 when her play was written and presented. C-EB’s actors will present the play in Pierre Wednesday, January 24 at the South Dakota High School Region V […]

Local farmers donate Grow Community funds to C-EB Ag program

Local farmer Clinton Simon and his wife Cathy, who live east of Parade, SD, received an application for a the Grow Communities  Grant Program, filled it out and thought nothing more about it, Clinton Simon said, until they received a letter asking them to which community organization they would like to award the $2500 grant. According to the America’s Farmers […]

In the courts… Ridgeview Man Sentenced for Assault

United States Attorney Ron Parsons, announced that a Ridgeview, South Dakota, man convicted of Assault Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury was sentenced on January 2, 2018, by U.S. District Judge Roberto A. Lange. Sterlyn Bartlett, age 20, was sentenced to 30 months in custody, followed by 2 years of supervised release, restitution in the amount of $405.44, and a special […]

West Wind Health Services under new ownership

Gary and Ramona Simon, who have owned and operated West Winds Health Services for the past 21 years, are selling the business to Danielle and Brock Williams of Faith. The change of ownership will be effective around February 1. West Winds presently employs 12 people as nurses, home health aides, homemakers and office staff and provides services in Dewey, Ziebach, […]

Private applicator certification/recertification trainings

Private applicator certification/recertification trainings in these areas: • Dewey County – Isabel Community Center, January 31, 2018 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. • Meade County – Faith Community Center, February 13, 2018 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. • Potter County – Bob’s Steak House, February 20, 2018 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. CT Must have valid picture […]

Native POP: People of the Plains announces Call for Artists

Announcing the call to artists for Native POP: People of the Plains, a juried Native art show and cultural celebration of the Great Plains Tribes at Main Street Square, Rapid City, South Dakota on Saturday, July 20 – 21, 2018. Native POP reinterprets the traditional art market and celebrates the historic and contemporary values of Native artists. Our art market […]

Attorney General Data Breach Bill Passes Senate Judiciary Committee

PIERRE, S.D. – Attorney General Marty Jackley confirms the Attorney General sponsored bill that requires the reporting of data breaches of personal information to consumers and to the Attorney General has unanimously passed out of the Senate Judiciary Committee this morning. “Data breaches such as those that have occurred with Equifax and Target have affected thousands of South Dakotans’ financial […]

Filmmaker inspires local youth at conference

Eagle Butte, South Dakota – December 20, 2017 – Renowned Native American artist and filmmaker, Steven Paul Judd, addressed 147 local youth, ages 8-23, during the 1 Hope Youth Conference hosted by Four Bands Community Fund. From Kiowa-Choctaw decent, Judd grew up on Indian reservations in Oklahoma and Mississippi. He delivered an encouraging message by sharing how he overcame many […]

At the heart of it… Embers of change fuel the need to walk for awareness, and gather around the fire

Walk after walk down Main Street to raise awareness of a problem we all know exists, I thought a waste of time, until someone reached out to me for help with addiction, and I started contacting people to find out how to help. Without the marches down Main, without the awareness presentations and trainings at the high school, I would […]

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