Treaty meeting in Green Grass: CRST Treaty Council appointed

On October 20-21 a treaty meeting was held at the Green Grass community building and numerous topics were discussed on both days. The meeting was coordinated by Vivian High Elk and was MC’d by spiritual leader Ivan Looking Horse. Dignitaries from across Indian Country attended the two-day event and included Chief Floyd Hand, Melvin Garreau, Melda Garreau, Remi Bald Eagle, […]

Sergeant Long Mandan recognized for outstanding performance

On October 16, Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Indian Highway Safety Sergeant Terry Long Mandan was awarded the Bureau of Indian Affairs Indian Highway Safety Program 2018 Excellence in Public Safety Award. The award states, “In gratitude, honoring your significant contributions in the movement to enforce safety and saving lives. Thank you for your leadership, commitment and dedication to the Cheyenne […]

The complexities of the information highway: The web of information power is sticky

The Freedom of Information Act, or FOIA, is the list of regulations that allow people to request public documents from the federal government. The news media has historically had a special relationship with the government and its public records because the media, “gathers information of potential interest to a segment of the public, uses its editorial skills to turn the […]

Tech schools seek revenue source in tobacco tax

BROOKINGS — Both sides in the debate over an increased tobacco tax say that the measure would have an effect on jobs. On Nov. 6, voters will decide the fate of Initiated Measure 25, which seeks to raise the tax on tobacco by $1 per pack of cigarettes as well as increase the tax on other tobacco products. The first […]

Basektball parent/student meeting

On November 14, At 5:30 in the Cheyenne-Eagle Butte HS Gym the CEB Boys and Girls BB teams will have they’re parent night meetings with their respective coaches. Coaches will be covering topics; Team-Practice Rules, Season Goals and Expectations. The evening will begin with Speaker – Allan Bertram, current Director of Sacred Hoops Basketball, speaking on “The importance of Roles […]

Notice: Mni Waste Board

There will be no Mni Waste’ Water Company Board elections  due to incumbents running unopposed.

Critical thinking is in critical condition in the U.S.A.

Critical thinking is in critical condition in our nation, and the epidemic is fueled by the desire to snap off witty responses, make sense of our world in our own way, stand our ground, show loyalty, defend ourselves and loved ones, and so much more. Social media has given voice to the voiceless in many instances, as many people will […]

Who you’re talking to: etiquette on social networks

People rely on established social conduct, what’s been referred to as manners and etiquette, but often considered mutual respect, to navigate social situations such as moving from the country to a large city. Social networks can and should be considered comparable for those in their 30s and 40s, but the population is larger than any one city. Facebook currently has […]

EC Science Lab – Fun Learning Time!

Ben Benson, who is an Educational Research Specialist from Sanford Medical School, extended an invitation to the EAGLE Center science program to form a science partnership.  Benson brought laboratory equipment and supplies to perform a DNA gel electrophoresis.  The DNA was extracted from patients diagnosed with cancerous tumors, and from healthy subjects.  The DNA samples were digested with restriction enzymes […]

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