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E-edition07-26-2018

Swimming pool opens in Eagle Butte


Over 300 people attended the grand opening of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe swimming pool in Eagle Butte on July 20, according to the CRST Chairman’s office. It was a beautiful day with an overcast that cooled the air and calmed the breeze. Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Chairman Harold Frazier made good on the promise he made a year ago, […]

CRST candidate forum held in Green Grass


CRST candidates from all districts were invited to a candidate forum at the Green Grass community building on Thursday, July 19, with eight of the 80 candidates in attendance. Candidates and attendees of the forum were greeted with a prayer and song by the MC for the evening, Ivan Looking Horse, who invited Edler and former tribal council person Melvin […]

Cheyenne River Youth Project Will Host Free Vision Clinics & Children’s Tea Parties on July 30-31

EAGLE BUTTE, SD (July 23, 2018) — The Cheyenne River Youth Project has announced that it will host free vision clinics and children’s tea parties on Monday, July 30 and Tuesday, July 31 at the CRYP campus in Eagle Butte. New Providence, Pennsylvania-based We’re All God’s Children will be conducting both activities. Four of CRYP’s teen interns will be assisting […]

Gaming currency tricks children into big, real-money expenditures; parents pay the price


Recently in gaming, a certain genre has become extremely popular. This genre is known as battle royale, and all battle royale games focus on a single objective: be the last one standing. If you have ever seen the movie The Hunger Games, these battle royale games might seem familiar. These games recruit up to a hundred players from all over […]

Veteran Town Hall & Claims Clinic in Pierre July 26

VA Black Hills Health Care System (BHHCS) and Dakotas VA Regional Office and will host a Veteran Town Hall at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 26, 2018 at the American Legion Post 8, 520 S Pierre St. in Ft. Pierre. Veterans, family members, survivors, and the public are invited to provide feedback on ways to improve VA operations and recommendations […]

I think I can, I think I can


Those who believe that change is an act of futility need to reassess their thinking. Change is inevitable. It happens in slow increments or in sudden and disastrous waves. It happens when we make it happen, and it happens when we try to stop it. To say nothing and no one changes is as naive as saying a person will […]

Op/Ed: Report Card for CRST Tribal government


“Reading, riting, rithmatic, the three R’s…the basic fundamentals of an education” – ol’ school approach – An education process based on fundamentals and theory contains an evaluation component of achievement and competency – a report card! Those fundamentals and theories are working tools that prepare an individual to capitalize on knowledge and experience to maximize benefits for people in a […]

Letter to the Editor…

I went outside yesterday for my daily exercise walk to the Family Dollar Store. As I got onto the street beside Prairie Apartments, there were yellow CRST Bingo Vouchers dating back to 2007 blowing around on that street. People were picking them up, so I picked up a couple of the CRST Bingo Vouchers and hand delivered them to the […]


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