E-edition04-25-2019

Grass fire clears approximately 7 to 8 acres near Habitat neighborhood


Friday, April 19, the City of Eagle Butte Volunteer Fire Department responded to a grass fire near the Habitat community. Volunteer fireman John Bachman reported that the cause of the fire was unknown. Even though the ground was wet, the grass was dry, and the fire swept over seven to eight acres of land that Bachman believes was designated for […]

Centuries-old celebration blesses animals and pets


Throughout the world, millions of people from various ethnic and national backgrounds celebrate the Easter and Passover holidays in their own unique ways — some people gather en masse to worship at churches, synagogues, and religious processions, while others choose to gather with friends and families for food and an egg hunt. Most recently, during a visit to Los Angeles, […]

Statewide tornado drill prompts people to review emergency plans for storm season


The first thunderstorm of the season rolled in on the heels of what most people hoped was the last snowstorm of the 2018-2019 winter season.  With the season change, weather experts and first responders have shifted focus from winter preparedness to severe thunderstorm preparedness, which includes drills and emergency preparedness educational publications that help people understand what to do when […]

Dupree School District announces registration for Pre-K and Kindergarten

Registration for Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten will be held May 6 and 7 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Dupree School Central Office. Minimum Pre-Kindergarten age at Dupree School requires that the child must reach his/her fourth birthday on or before September 1, 2019.  Five-year-olds are not accepted in Pre-Kindergarten due to District procedure and State Law 13-27-1. State […]

Free trees available to plant in celebration of Arbor Day

As a contribution to the activities scheduled for Earth Week, the CRST Prairie Management Program tree service will assist with the national annual tradition of planting trees on Arbor Day by providing tree, shrub, and native fruit seedlings free of charge. During Arbor Day, Friday, April 26 starting at 9:00 a.m., three seedlings will be given to each person on […]

Sydney Schad: Finding her place in the field


What makes humans unique are the different experiences they have and the perspectives they hold. Not everyone has the same path to success, and some face different challenges than others.  On paper, Sydney Schad is a senior majoring in health sciences at USD, and is heading to the Ivy League institution Columbia University, where she will be pursuing a Master […]

Petersen named DSU College Student Leader

MADISON, SD –  Dakota State University student Carl Petersen was named a College Student Leader at the annual Honors Banquet held April 15. He is a computer science and game design major from Eagle Butte, SD. This award honors students in good academic standing who demonstrate outstanding leadership. Students are selected by each of the four academic colleges. Petersen was […]

Mueller Report ignites more debate over impeachment

The Robert Mueller Report was released last week, and its 480 pages consists of a lot of redacted information. Most republicans and President Donald J. Trump claim the report exonerates his and once and for all shows that he is not guilty of collusion with the Russians. Most democrats say that since so much of the report is redacted because […]

C-EB travels to Pierre for relays

The C-EB High School track team traveled to Pierre Thursday, April 18 for the American Legion Relays. Listed below are the varsity results for the meet. Men’s results: 100 Meters Varsity – Prelims 36. Dylan Mound, 12.16, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 58. Bradley Iron Hawk, 13.02, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 61. Gabe Halfred, 13.44, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 200 Meters Varsity – Finals 32. Dylan Mound, […]


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