Four Bands Community Fund was pleased to announce the grand opening of their new business incubator space on Wednesday, June 19 with an open house. The facility is the new headquarters, and the new home to six incubator tenants. Ubetcha Wateca, owned by Shari Ducheneaux, offers the freshest locally-sourced ingredients on their breakfast and lunch menus. 6Hundred5 Below, owned by […]
Victory Day was observed on June 25 in honor of the defeat of Custer’s 7th Cavalry in 1876 near Little Big Horn. According to an article published in “The Oregon Sunday Journal” on January 14, 1912, the 7th Calvary was considered one of the finest cavalry units in the United States. The 1912 article, “E. H. Pickard, Former Trooper of […]
Saturday’s parade winner was UCC float for the Best Float prize. Sunday’s Kiddie Parade three winners drawn were Kinleigh Brooks, Liiam Garreau and Leo Bakeberg IV.
Photos by Patty Peacock
The Little Miss winners were Taya Dupree, daughter of Tiana Dupree, granddaughter of Kit Veit and the late Doug Dupree, Jr., in the Little Tot category for ages 2-4 and Scarlet Longbrake, daughter of Rocky and Jessie Longbrake, in the Little Miss category for ages 5-7. The voting and sponsorships for the contestants totaled $304.57. The girls’ talent performances were […]
Dupree Alumni reunion this weekend was MC’d by Maurice Lemke. Honored classes were 1949-2019. There were a few alumni on hand to be honored from those years. President Cindy Longbrake presented scholarships to Seniors Kelci Bends and Alyssa Roark and Upperclassman Jadyn Woodward. Photos by Kathy Olsen
The Ziebach County Historical Society held the 4th annual Fun Run during Pioneer Days. There were 32 machines entered- 9 golf carts, 14 side-by sides, eight 4-Wheelers, one Dirt Bike and 3 horses! The run started at Harry’s Hall (the original Ziebach County courthouse and jail) then continued around town to seven other historical sites. At each site a brief […]