C-EB schools raise awareness during Red Ribbon Week

The Red Ribbon smbolizes  a drug-free lifestyle, and over time, has also come to symbolize anti-bullying. Oct.23 – Oct. 31, thethis drug prevention program has been active since 1985 after the murder of Kiki Camarena, a DEA agent killed by drug traffickers in Mexico City. Students watched educational videos, played Kahoot drug awareness trivia, held door decoration competitions and wore […]

TTS students meet MAP goals

Tiospaye Topa School is proud to announce a record number of students who have met their MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) goals for Fall 2018. Students sat down with their teachers and made goals for testing in Reading, Math, Language, and Science. Students are recommended to go up 3 RIT (scale to measure test scores by grade level) scores during […]

Rediscovering Íŋyaŋ Phežúta, the lost Medicine Rock of the Lakota

Those who are old enough to remember the Old Cheyenne Agency probably remember the Íŋyaŋ Phežúta, the Medicine Rock, which once lay not very far from the east bank of the Missouri River near what was then known as Forest City in modern day Potter County. Since 1990 the Medicine Rock has been housed in the Dakota Sunset Museum, which […]

Wanagi Tipi: Spook house offers free fun for all

Screams, squeals, and laughter could be heard from Wanagi Tipi, a spook house that took place at the Wolves Den Boxing Club in Eagle Butte this past weekend. On Saturday and Sunday, the spook house held three sessions of “spookiness” geared for appropriate age groups. A light snack and educational material was also provided for all participants. The spook house […]

State Bank of Eagle Butte’s Trunk or Treat contest brings out fun, festive ideas

The State Bank of Eagle Butte held the Trunk or Treat contest on Thursday, October 25. Winners of the contest were: 1st – Remi and Alaina Bald Eagle with their Pun mpkin Patch Theme; 2nd – Janelle Hollow Horn with her Vampire Theme; 3rd – Richard Lawrence with his Spider Web Theme.

Tasunka Ohola completes equine training, brings skills back to Bridger

“Two things Bridger has: people and horses. How can we combine that to make a good life for our kids?,” said Elizabeth Lone Eagle. On October 16, the Tasunka Ohola Booster Club travelled to Manderson and attended Oglala Lakota College’s Horse Health and Maintenance Training. Tasunka Ohola (Respects His Horse) was created by Lone Eagle and LaVae Red Horse, both […]

Halloween Carnival brings fun for all

The Dupree FFA and YMCA had Halloween Carnival and Petting Zoo at the New Gym on Saturday afternoon from 2:00-4:00.  There was something fun for all ages.  They had a bouncy house, face painting, photo booth, cake walk, and many carnival games set up.  They also had chickens, rabbits, dogs and cats for the kids to pet.  After the Carnival […]

DVFD Report

The Dupree Volunteer Fire Department responded to a grass fire October 23 eight miles north of Hiway 212 on the Iron Lightning  Road. An estimated 15 acres of J.D. Williams land was burned. The fire was brought under control by firefighters at approximately 4 p.m. under dry and windy conditions. The Faith Volunteer Fire Department as well as Land Op […]

Scary, adorable and funny strut their stuff at Firemen’s Ball

The Sacred Heart Parish holds its monthly drawings

The Sacred Heart Parish of Dupree held their monthly 200 Club drawings on Sunday, October 21, at the Church Hall following Holy Mass and Brunch. Winners were: $50-Pam Henderson, Dupree; $50-Melinda Selby, Faith; $25-Michele Hulm, Faith; $25-Ashley Schilling, Omaha, NE; $25-Cassie Mraz, Ft. Pierre. $25-Natashia Jones, Aberdeen.

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