2016-08-25

2016-08-25 E-Edition

Terri McLellan



Name:  Terri McLellan Position at Dupree School for the 2016-2017 School year:  6th Grade Teacher Where did you grow up and where did you graduate from high school?  I grew up in Eagle Butte and I graduated from Cheyenne Eagle Butte High School Where did you earn your degree and what is your degree in?  I received my Bachelor of […]

Jazmyn Holmes



Name:  Mrs. Jazmyn Holmes Position at Dupree School for the 2016-2017 School year:  Para-Professional in the Elementary and Head Volleyball Coach Where did you grow up and where did you graduate from high school? I grew up in Eagle Butte and went there until fourth grade.  After that, I went to Dupree School, and I graduated from Dupree High School.  […]

Your Questions Our Answers



Question: How can I protect myself against identity theft? Answer: First, don’t carry your Social Security card with you. Keep it secure at home with your other important papers. Second, don’t readily give out your Social Security number. While many banks, schools, doctors, landlords, and others will request your number, it is your decision whether to provide it. Ask if […]

Your Questions Our Answers



Question: How can I protect myself against identity theft? Answer: First, don’t carry your Social Security card with you. Keep it secure at home with your other important papers. Second, don’t readily give out your Social Security number. While many banks, schools, doctors, landlords, and others will request your number, it is your decision whether to provide it. Ask if […]

James “Jimmy” Devine



James “Jimmy” Devine, 64, of Pierre, entered the spirit world on Saturday, August 6, 2016 at his Pierre residence.  Jimmy was cremated and laid to rest with his parents at Calvary Cemetery in Pierre, on Monday, August 15.    Arrangements were with Isburg Funeral Chapel. Condolences may be made at isburgfuneralchapels.com.  He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Rochelle Devine; brother, Wayne […]

Janice Faye Mitchell



Janice Faye Mitchell, 59, passed away on Friday, August 12, 2016 in Rapid City, with her husband by her side.  Janice Faye Mitchell was born October 2, 1956, at St. John’s Hospital, Fargo, ND, to parents, Verdi and Pearl (Toppin) Buchholz.  She grew up on the family farm in Durbin, ND, and attended grade school there.  Janice was baptized and […]

A healthy start: pregnancy and vaccines

National Immunization Awareness Month: A reminder that we all need vaccines throughout our lives

During pregnancy, you are often thinking about baby names, nursery colors, and prenatal vitamins, but you should also be thinking about vaccines. Vaccines during pregnancy not only protect you against diseases, but you can also begin to pass some protection to your baby that’ll last the first few months of life. The two vaccines that are routinely recommended by doctors […]

When alcohol becomes a problem



In our socially-oriented society,  it doesn’t seem like a problem. A cold beer on a hot summer afternoon… a glass of wine with dinner…  what could be wrong with that?  In most cases, moderate consumption of alcohol really isn’t a problem, but for growing numbers of people their drinking doesn’t stop with just a couple of beers. Current statistics from […]

911 physical addresses help mark CRST residents on the maps



While there are  many people who want to live happily “off-the-grid,” the days of rural physical address descriptions such as “7 miles west of Highway 212 and another mile and a half east” are coming to an end. The 911 Corporation in Eagle Butte has been working since the events of 9/11 to make sure that rural homes on the […]