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CRST November, 2019 Summary/Motions & Resolutions

          CHEYENNE RIVER SIOUX TRIBAL COUNCIL NOVEMBER 2019 SUMMARY NOVEMBER 5 & 6, 2019 – Regular Session NOVEMBER 5, 2019–Regular Session–Cheyenne River Motel Conference Room CALLED TO ORDER @    9:35 AM   I     1:42 PM Bryce In the Woods (w/b absent today)     L/X     X Bernita In the Woods X […]

Common road condition terminology to know

• Travel Advisory: Roads are not closed. No unnecessary travel is advised. Motorists should exercise caution when traveling in adverse weather. • Travel Alert: Motorists can still travel but may encounter areas with winter weather driving conditions on roadways. Motorists should allow extra time to reach their destination and be alert to conditions that may make travel difficult, change rapidly, […]

CRST Sales & Service launches new look and product line


When you walk into CRST Sales & Service, you are greeted by a friendly smile from Sales Representative Amber LeBeau. Since being hired in August of this year, she has made it her personal mission to provide the best quality customer service and to build trust with clients. Last year, the store temporarily closed its doors and reopened earlier this […]

Cook of the Month: Donita Fischer


Foodie is a great way to describe Donita Fischer, who has a passion for food. Her knowledge has grown over the years and she has developed many cooking methods that have been inspired by the opportunities she has experienced. “I love food. I love sourcing it, preparing it, and eating it. Like most families in this area, food connects us […]

Quit vaping; it may be a life-saving resolution

Electronic cigarettes and other vaping devices were once described as potentially “safer” and “healthier” methods of smoking, even by leading health organizations. Many former tobacco smokers even turned to e-cigarettes as a method to quitting traditional cigarettes. However, recent research into vaping and a rash of mysterious lung illnesses and deaths recently linked to vaping has led many to question […]

Eagle Butte Man Charged with Assaulting a Federal Officer

United States Attorney Ron Parsons announced that an Eagle Butte, South Dakota, man has been indicted by a federal grand jury for Assaulting, Resisting, and Impeding a Federal Officer. Ian Cook, age 35, was indicted on November 13, 2019. He appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark A. Moreno on November 15, 2019, and pled not guilty to the Indictment. The […]

Meet the Miss Eagle Butte Snow Queen Candidates

This year three young ladies will compete for Miss Eagle Butte at 4PM on Saturday, November 30 at the C-EB Auditorium.  

Meet the Little Miss Eagle Butte Snow Flake Candidates

This year seven young girls will compete for Little Miss Eagle Butte Snow Flake. The pageant will take place at 4PM on Saturday, November 30 at the C-EB Auditorium.                

World AIDS Day: Compassion, support and education to end stigma


December 1 of each year is World AIDS Day, which is a time for people worldwide to unite and learn about HIV/AIDS, support people living with HIV, and commemorate those who have died from AIDS-related illnesses. According to worldaidsday.org, an estimated 36.7 million have the virus worldwide and more than 35 million people have died of HIV or AIDS. What […]

Flu season information from CRST Tribal Health Education


The Center for Disease Control warns that the flu season is not over yet. 34 states, plus Puerto Rico, continue to report widespread flu activity, and 21 states, plus New York City, continue to experience high influenza-like illness activities.  The overall hospitalization rate and all age-specific hospitalization rates are now higher than the end-of-season hospitalization rates for 2014 and 2015. […]


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