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C-EB graduates celebrate


The Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Class of 2019 gathered Sunday for the big day — that day when high school seniors say goodbye to childish things and officially enter into adulting. Below, the seniors from both the high school and the Eagle Center pose for a class photo just before they walked the auditorium aisles as a Braves student for the last […]

Nine walk at TTS Graduation

Takini Skyhawks graduation filled with tradition and remembrance


The Takini High School graduation and 8th Grade Moving Up Ceremony took place at Takini School Gymnasium on Thursday, May 16. Six Skyhawks achieved their high school diplomas, and sixteen eitheth graders met requirements to transition to high school. The commencement ceremony was filled with tradition, gift giving, remembrance, and honoring. Platform guests were School Board Chair June Hollow Horse, […]

SURVIVOR contestant brings presentation to Dupree School

For people who enjoy reality TV and wonder just how much of it is ‘real’ and how much is ‘fake or altered’, listening to Holly Hoffman present would have been very enlightening.  Hoffman, from Eureka, SD, was in the season 21 of the SURVIVOR series reality show and last week she shared all about her experience with the show as […]

Cheyenne River declared a Purple Heart Reservation; Schad honored for military service


The Purple Heart was at the center of last Thursday’s Tribal Council session, during which Cheyenne River was declared a Purple Heart Reservation, and for the second time this year, the tribe honored a Purple Heart recipient. Considered the nation’s oldest military award, the Purple Heart is a military medal awarded in the name of the President of the United […]

Cheyenne River Youth March to recognize all Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women


The youth, young adults and adults gathered in Eagle Butte Saturday morning May 11, 2019 to remember Happy (Carmen Charger) a Cheyenne River Member and resident whose death was suspicious. “We remember Happy and all our murder, missing and stolen indigenous people today. Allowing our youth to lead we can build them a brighter future,” said Waniya Locke of Standing […]

Seniors bid farewell to DHS

 

Dupree school board discusses budget and year-end business


The Dupree School Board met Monday night to discuss end of the year progress, the preliminary budget and plans for the next school year, including the addition of a weight room and replacement of the Tiger building. Board member Leo Bakeberg reported for the building committee that people from Upper Deck Architects, the same company that designed the elementary edition […]

Headstart Program building gains handicap accessible entrance


The Headstart Program is working to get their buildings across CRST into health and safety compliance, and began with construction at the Eagle Butte location. Safety was the driving force behind the project said Headstart Director Geri Zorin who shared that currently, parents parellel park on the side of the building, across the street, which meant students and parents had […]

KXL Pipeline loses 2019 construction season


TC Energy, formally TransCanada, announced earlier this week that they have lost the 2019 construction season for the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline. The corporation cited well-documented “ongoing legal challenges” as the reason for the major setback during a shareholders conference call. Indeed, for years, the pipeline project has been embattled in legal opposition from many organizations, private citizens, and tribal […]


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