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C-EB high school honors student competitors

C-EB High School upholds the tradition of gathering the entire staff and student body to sing and wish luck to students competing in culminating athletic or academic events such as state-qualifying tournaments.  

Windswept students swipe up perfect attendance

Dekle nominated for Honor Choir

Dupree Elementary sixth grade student, Cameron Dekle, was one of 180 fourth  through sixth grade students selected for the Elementary Festival Honor Choir held at South Dakota State University in Brookings. Elementary students presently in grades 4, 5 or 6 must be nominated by their music instructors and submit audition tapes. Students are then selected for the program.  There are […]

4-H members learn canning techniques

Ziebach County 4-H members recently disproved the fact that “a watched pot doesn’t boil” as there was a lot of watching and difficult waiting during a basic canning lesson. Things really boiled a great deal as it was a necessary part of the process. Phoebe Lemke, Ziebach County Youth 4-H Program Advisor, taught a canning class on Friday, Feb. 15 […]

Dupree Mustangs 4-H Club meets

The Dupree Mustangs 4-H Club met on Sunday, February 10. There were nine people in attendance. During the meeting, Malory Peacock did a demonstration on “How to Make Your Own Bird Feed Rings.” The rings are made with bird seed using a muffin tin. Following her demo, Maxwell Peacock did one on “How to do a Caricature.” He demonstrated one […]

Dupree students excel at solo contest

CRYP will host Masquerade Ball & Community Dinner Friday, February 22

EAGLE BUTTE, SD (Feb. 11, 2019) — In partnership with the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe’s Indian Child Welfare program, the Cheyenne River Youth Project will host a Masquerade Ball & Community Dinner at its Eagle Butte campus on Friday, Feb. 22. Scheduled for 6-8 p.m. at Cokata Wiconi (Center of Life), this special event is open free to all ages; […]

CRYP encourages teens to “Remember Your Roots & Embrace Your Culture”

EAGLE BUTTE, SD — The nonprofit, grassroots Cheyenne River Youth Project has been serving children and families on South Dakota’s remote 2.8-million-acre reservation since 1988. In the last three decades, one powerful truth has emerged: To foster healing and long-term wellness, programs must help young people strengthen the connection they have with their Lakota culture. To that end, CRYP has […]

Vines heads to Capitol to advocate for 4-H program

South Dakota 4-H Rodeo Ambassador Miranda Vines was introduced to the South Dakota Legislature and Governor Kristi Noem at the state capitol on Friday, February 8. During her visit, Vines met with congressmen and advocated for increasing budgets to help fund 4-H activities throughout the state. Due to budget cuts, the presence of 4-H within Dewey and Ziebach Counties has […]

Robotics team takes on another high-flying adventure

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