E-edition05-02-2019

Sacred Heart hosts its 3rd Annual Sexual Assault Awareness Run/Walk: “What is Done In The Dark is Brought to Light”


April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and on April 25 Sacred Heart Center Family Violence Services and Outreach program hosted the 3rd Annual Glow Walk/Run for victims and survivors of Sexual Abuse. “We would not have been able to do this without the help of Takini School faculty and students and the support of our community,” the Sacred Heart Center […]

C-EB Senior Oliver Miner strives to increase Native American voices in tribal, state and national politics


Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Senior Oliver Miner is making waves in South Dakota’s  political circles and in Indian Country because he wants to increase Native American involvement in the democratic process at the tribal, state and national levels, he said in a recent interview. Miner was selected to be member of the Gen Seven Tipi Raisers Native American Ambassadors and is currently […]

Research Symposium – Very good information for Cheyenne River

The 2019 Cheyenne River Research Symposium was held on Thursday, April 25 at the Oglala Lakota College – Cheyenne River College Center.  The event brought leading researchers together with community members to discuss health research results and data collected by and for our communities. The eye-opening presentations given by biomedical researchers from various universities and labs across the U.S. yielded […]

Students experience hands on research

Over seventy high school students from across Cheyenne River participated in the 2019 Student Research Day on Wednesday, April 24 at the Oglala Lakota College Center in Eagle Butte.  The event was sponsored by the South Dakota Community Foundation, Cheyenne River Tribal ABC Committee, The Keya Foundation, and Missouri Breaks Industries Research, Inc. The participating high schools were:  Cheyenne Eagle […]

Public notices highlight Insurance Companies’ financial condition

In this issue you will find the annual publication of financial summaries of insurance companies licensed to do business in South Dakota. Insurance companies doing business in South Dakota are required by state law to publish these financial summaries each year. The summary lists the insurance company’s assets, liabilities, business in South Dakota for the year and the lines in […]

DENR recognizes Tri-County Rural Water System for drinking water compliance

PIERRE – The South Dakota Department of Environment and  Natural  Resources  (DENR) announced toda y that the Tri-County Rural Water System public water system and the system’s operation specialists have been awarded a Drinking Water Certificate of Achievement Award. “Most customers don’t realize what it takes to meet all of the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act and all […]

Memory lane


Stage Tech 9, 10; International CLub, 9; Speech Club 9; Speech Team 10, 11, 12; Cub Reporter 11, 12; IU Journalism Workshop 12; Variety Pops 10, 12; Honeybears, 10; Sugarcubs 9; Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 9, 10, 12; Honor Roll 9, 10. Next to my name in my senior yearbook, there is a list of the activities that […]

Credit Corner


The old adage that nothing is certain in life except “death and taxes” never seems more appropriate than in spring. Along with the budding of new life and the melting of snow comes all the “fun” of compiling documentation, receipts, and other appropriate paperwork, and writing a check either for tax preparation software or to an accountant or certified preparer […]

U.S. Supreme Court hears freedom of information case involving South Dakota newspaper


To sit in the courtroom of the Supreme Court of the United States and watch the nine justices in action is one thing. To sit in the courtroom and watch the justices in action when the issue is about freedom of information and the public’s right to know in America is a privilege. So, it was on April 22 that […]


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