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Minutes from the Dupree Volunteer Firefighter’s Annual Meeting

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The Annual Meeting to order at 6:50 PM in Harry’s Hall following a meal prepared and organized by Cody Birkeland and Dale Henderson.

Chief Brooks opened the Annual Meeting with a welcome and appreciation for coming out on such a cold evening (nine below and getting colder).

 For more this story look at our March 6th issue!

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Lady Braves lose heartbreaker to Chamberlain

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The Cheyenne Eagle Butte Lady Braves’ season came to an end on Thursday night after narrowly losing to the Chamberlain Lady Cubs in the Region 6A semifinal 55-53.

Free throws and fouls were the major factor in the game where Chamberlain was at the line more than three times as much as C-EB connecting 20 of 27. On the other end of the court, C-EB was at the line just eight times making four. C-EB finished the game with 21 fouls to Chamberlain’s 13.

 For more Sports, look at our March 6th issue!

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McLellan voted Cheyenne River Small Business of the Year

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Mariah McLellan owner of Daily Up Designs was voted Cheyenne River Small Business of the Year. She was presented the award during the 8th Annual Entrepreunership Fair by Four Band Community Fund.

Look for more in our issue February 27th!

 

 

 

 

 

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Mitchell, Maupin and UsesThe Knife take two titles, First Place and “Little Dog”

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13 teams of coyote hunters took part of the 2014 Dupree Dog Days on February 7-8, 2014. A fundraiser was held for the Dupree High School Rodeo team with a percentage of each entry fee being allocated for the club.  Six teams from the DHS club were auctioned off for a days work during the spring. Money raised will help benefit the club by providing to help send club members to a rodeo school of their choice.

 For more of this issue, look for our February 27th issue!

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The C-EB Braves wrapped up their regular season in front of a hometown crowd on Monday night with a 68-47 win over Mobridge-Pollock. The C-EB gymnasium was full as fans packed the gym for a chance to watch the Braves play for only the fifth time this season. The last time the Braves played at home was on January 20, against Red Cloud before playing their last seven games on the road.

For more of the sports, look at our February 27th issue! 

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Louis Maynard Jones, Jr.

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Saint Paul Resident, Louis Maynard Jones, Jr., age 53, passed away at Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage, Alaska on December 21, 2013.

Louis was born in Pierre, South Dakota to the late Louis Sr. and Marie Jones on September 17, 1960.

Louis was a Solid Waste Manager with the City of St. Paul until his retirement in November 2013. He was a long time member of the St. Paul Volunteer Fire Department and retired as Chief in 2011. Louis was also a member of the Emergency Medical Technician Squad. He was an advocate and volunteered his time with Victim Services; an organization against Domestic Violence. Louis was an avid outdoors person and enjoyed camping, barbequing and hiking.

He leaves behind his beloved wife Brenda Jones; son Dustin Jones; granddaughter Leslie Jones; grandson Caleb Zacharof; brother Joseph Jones; sister-in-law Barbara Iron Wing; sister Chauncina Bourdukofsky; brother-in-law Jason Bourdukofsky, Sr.; godfather Greg Fratis, Sr.; nieces Tara Bourdukofsky, Connie Bergo, Binni Bourdukofsky, Sharana and Chauncina Iron Wing; nephews Jason Jr., and Benedict Bourdukofsky, George Jr. and Racine Iron Wing; cousins Curtis and Keith Marshall, Leatrice Penny, Coretta Bowker, Candice, Linda, Patty and Billy Lebeau, Charlene and Michael Four Bear, Clem White Dog and Jennifer Molas; godchildren Ryan Kozloff, Kayla Kushin and Jared Philemonoff and many great grand nieces and nephews.

Louis was preceded in death by his parents Louis M. Jones, Sr., and Hazel Marie Jones; brothers George Sr. and Larry Iron Wing; grandson Dyllan Jones; godmother Alice Philemonoff; nephew Mark Iron Wing; and Aunts Hazel Four Bear and Dorothy Lebeau.

A burial service was held at the Saints Peter & Paul Church in St. Paul, Alaska where he was remembered by many. Louis was laid to rest at the St. Paul Cemetery.

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McLellan Ranch named South Dakota “Commercial Producer of the Year”

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Dale McLellan of Lantry, SD was named the 2014 “Commercial Producer of the Year” by the South Dakota Limousin Association. Dale and his wife Terri accepted the award that was presented at the SD annual banquet in Rapid City February 6, 2014. Also in attendance at the banquet were family members – their grandson, Klayte; son-in-law, Shane Farlee; and nephew and his wife, Josh and Morgan Newman.

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“We got spirit, yes we do”

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Members of the Spirit Squad dance at halftime of the Junior High game on Monday night at the C-EB gymnasium.  The Spirit Squad has performed at seven home games and also performed  twice at the Lakota Nation Invitational Basketball tournament in Rapid City. The squad is open to girls from Kindergarten through fourth who attend Cheyenne Eagle Butte.  The squad started in the fall performing at C-EB football games. The Spirit Squad is coached by Chip Bird Necklace.

 

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Lady Braves win two of last three games

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The C-EB Lady Braves played their last regular season game Monday night as they faced the #3 Lady Thorpes in Pine Ridge. The Lady Braves held their own against the Lady Thorpes but came up short in the end loosing 59-47.

After trailing the Lady Thorpes by 14 points in the second quarter, the Lady Braves rallied on a 14-3 run to pull within seven points at halftime as they trailed 31-24.

For more check out of Sports in our issue, February 20th!

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Notice of vacancies on Dupree City Council

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NOTICE OF VACANCY

ON DUPREE CITY COUNCIL

Municipality of Dupree

The following Dupree City Council vacancies will become vacant due to the expiration of the present term of office for the following wards.

Two (2), year terms in all three Wards.  The Mayor’s position will also be vacant. Petitions may be taken out from the City Office after January 28, 2014 and need to be filed by 5:00 pm on February 28, 2014.

Circulation of nominating petitions may begin on 28th day of January, 2014 and need to be filed in the office of the City of Dupree between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Mountain Standard Time not later than 28th day of February, 2014 at 5 p.m., or mailed by registered mail not later than the 28th day of February, 2014 at 5 p.m.

CITY OF DUPREE

ATTEST

/s/Mayor, Raymond J. Lenk

/s/Finance Officer, Maurice Lemke

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Most recent Eagle Butte Special City Council Meeting held on April 23, 2014. Recording is of the entire open session excluding executive session. Action taken was to restate and re-approve three motions made at the April 9, 2014 session. Approved to move ahead with main street water main replacement project and to open it up to bids. Most recent regular Eagle Butte City Council Meeting on April 9, 2014. Recording records entire meeting excluding a one-hour executive session. Top action taken: approved Tuesday's Ward II election results; rescinded February council action reducing Mayor salary, putting it back to what it was prior to action; appointed Verzella LaPlante Mayor; appointed Tyson LaPlante to fill Ward II seat. Most recent Dupree City Council meeting held on Monday, April 7, 2014. Most recent regular Dupree City Council Meeting held on March 3, 2014. Recording starts shortly after meeting was called to order and runs entire length of meeting. Main discussion points included city streets and the upcoming April election.

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