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SD counties on hook for Keystone XL protest costs


A group of mostly rural South Dakota counties could be on the hook for millions of dollars in costs related to any protests that arise over construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline in the state. The outlay would be required before the state kicks in any disaster money to pay for response to protests that some expect will erupt during […]

DuBray takes seventh in State Cross Country meet, Dupree, C-EB place in top 25

Tiospaye Topa Homecoming Coronation


On Monday afternoon, October 15, the coronation began for this year’s Tiospaye Topa Homecoming royalty. “Anyone can be a prince and anyone can be a king,” said this year’s Prince Antonio Hawk. The 2018 Queen is Chloe Rivers from Eagle Butte, the King is Jalen Guajardo from Ridgeview, the Prince is Hawk from White Horse, and the Princess is Kaitlyn […]

CR BCCEDP staff members share their passion

The Cheyenne River Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection program was initiated in 1995 by Odette Four Bear and was originally called the “Winyan Wicozani”- Healthy Women program. Our mission is to advocate and support breast and cervical cancer screenings to save lives. The BCCEDP’s goal is to reduce breast and cervical mortality through public health approaches. The BCCEDP’s vision […]

Breast Cancer: Early detection is the best prevention

Breast cancer has been a widespread disease for years. Its cause is unknown, and it knows no race or age boundaries for attacking mostly women. The numbers are startling. According to thebreastcancersite.com, a Web site that helps fund free mammograms for underprivileged women, 182,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer (one every three minutes) and 43,300 women will die […]

NCAI suspends Executive Director


After tumultuous weeks leading up to the 75th Annual Convention, on Saturday, October 20, the National Congress of American Indians suspended its Executive Director Jacqueline Pata, citing her failure to adequately resolve allegations of sexual harassment within the organization. In September, www.indianz.com reported on allegations of sexual harassment against the organization’s General Counsel John Dossett, who had been employed by […]

Tiospaye Topa celebrates Native American Week


Tiospaye Topa students and staff celebrated Native American Week on October 9-11, 2018.  The entire school participated in a variety of activities and break-out sessions. Special guests and presenters for the week were: The Bad Bear Drum Group, who taught singing and drumming; Bonnie LeBeau, who introduced students to making star quilts; Allie Moran, who spoke on Academic Success Skills; […]

Parent forum gives parents a chance to share their concerns

The C-EB Parent Forum was held on Wed., Oct. 10 at 5:30 p.m. After the cafeteria staff served parents and staff a meal, school leaders took a few minutes each to share with the parents information about programs and initiatives each school is working to implement. Programs highlighted were the Perkins Grant programs in the high school covering family and […]

Head Start hosts Halloween Booth Bash

The Cheyenne River Head Start Program will host a Halloween Booth Bash on Friday, October 26, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Old Agency Building in Eagle Butte. According to Head Start Transition Manager Denise Straight Head, in previous years Head Start students would walk and trick-or-treat at various tribal and Bureau of Indian Affairs offices, but because […]


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