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Official results from CRST Tribal Election: CRST Tribal Executives re-elected, shifts in Tribal Council representation

Nine controversial days after the CRST General Election, official results are in: Chairman-at-large: Harold Frazier, 1297; Kevin C. Keckler, 1171 Treasurer-at-large: Benita Cook-Clark: 1258; Sharon F. Lee: 1200 Secretary-at-large: Ev Ann White Feather: 1441; Rhea E. LeCompte: 1014 District 1 Council Representative: Bernita In The Woods, 196; James D. Williams, 150 District 3 Council Representative: Edward Widow, 220; Sylvester Waloke, […]

Camfel presenation puts a new spin on the phrase “It’s My Life”

Each year, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte schools reserve time during one day for a Camfel presentation . Camfel is a non-profit organization  “that specializes in creating innovating character building programs to help students make the right decisions when facing difficult choices,” according to the Camfel website. The presenters of the Camfel productions create “character building programs to help students make the right […]

Red Dog makes All State Honorable Mention punter

Senior Kipp Red Dog made honorable mention All State for punter, reported C-EB Head Football Coach  Michael Scott. All Conference players from C-EB this year were Seniors Kipp Red Dog , Talon Widow, Isaiah Hale, Bradley Iron Hawk, and Juniors Joshua Jimenez and Dylan Mound. Honorable Mention  were C-EB football players Kyler Red Dog, Adam Berndt, Naden Saucedo and Gabe […]

Scammers target Moreau-Grand Electric customers

According to the Moreau-Grand Electric Cooperative Facebook page, scammers have called MGE customers claiming “they have 45 minutes to pay their utility bill” before their account would be disconnected. Customers are urged not release any information, to hang up immediately, and to call 1-800-952-3158 or 605-865-3511 or 605-964-2977 to report the incident.

Pertussis cases rise in South Dakota

PIERRE, S.D. – Recent reports of community increases in pertussis have the Department of Heath reminding parents to make sure their kids are appropriately immunized. Since the beginning of the year, 90 cases of pertussis have been reported to the Health Department. This is the highest number reported since 2014 when the state saw 109 pertussis cases. Counties seeing the […]

2018 South Dakota Report Card to be released

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – At its meeting earlier today, the South Dakota Board of Education Standards received a briefing on the release of the 2018 Report Card, which is expected later this month. This is the state’s first Report Card under the Every Student Succeeds Act. The federal law requires new data items to be reported and that the information […]

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