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Dupree High School Class of 2014

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Patty Peacock/West River Eagle

Dupree High School held their 2014 graduation commencement on Saturday, May 17th. The small class of eight, were escorted into the ceremony by juniors Hannah Rose Higdon and GP Pederson. Class Valedictorian Peyton Smith and class Salutatorian Cassy Woodward spoke to their classmates and those in attendance. More of this story look at our May 22 issue!

High school rodeo in full swing

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Above, Cassy Woodward steers her horse through the line of poles at the Lemmon High School Rodeo


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Dupree School Board meets, citizens assemble to discuss Early release

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Jan Wall and Mitzi Hunt, along with 11 other supporters addressed the Dupree School Board on Monday night regarding the board’s recent decision to end Religious Release Hour on Wednesday afternoon.

Jan Wall expressed her disappointment in the school board’s decision eliminating the release hour at the last board meeting. The board had decided to eliminate the release hour citing student safety and that some students were also falling behind in classwork.

For more of this story, look at our May 15th issue!

Dupree National Honor Society inducts new members

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Patty Peacock/West River Eagle

Patty Peacock/West River Eagle

 

Students that represent the ideals desired by the National Honor Society, high standards in the areas of scholarship (academics), leadership (school involvement and responsibility), service (community involvement), and character (being of high moral conduct and being a positive role model to others), were invited to join the Dupree High School branch of the National Honor Society and after the application process one new member was welcomed at a candle lit ceremony induction put on by the present members and their advisors; Connie Alspach, Gay Mraz, and Patty Peacock.  The new member is Lindsey Roark.

More of this story, look for our May 15th issue!

Mini-grants available from Tribal Ventures

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Mini-Grants of up to $1,000 will be available to groups such as cultural groups, youth groups, communities and reservation organizations and programs on the Cheyenne RIver Reservation

“We are so excited to provide this opportunity to the people of Cheyenne River,” said Eileen Briggs, Tribal Ventures’ Executive Director. “Tribal Ventures has provided dozens of matching grants to reservation businesses and organizations, but these Mini-Grants are targeted to smaller groups, organizations and communities.”

More of this story, look at our May 15th issue!

CRYP to Offer Art Classes for New Outdoor Art Park

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The Cheyenne River Youth Project is proud to announce that they will soon open its new outdoor art park on its campus. To launch the new space, CRYP will be offering the Art of Creative Lettering classes with renowned graffiti artist Peyton Russell. The classes are open to 10 students ages 10-15 and will be offered from May 12th to the 16th from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. The week will conclude with an art show on Saturday, May 17th, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the new park. The graffiti wall and outdoor art space which will be open to teens to create works of their own. Art supplies for the classes will be provided by CRYP

For more check out our May 8th issue!

Dupree City Council reorganizes; council members and mayor take oath of office

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Ross DuBray/West River Eagle

Ross DuBray/West River Eagle

 

The Dupree City council swore in new council members and reorganized for the new year at May’s regular meeting on Monday night.

Mayor Ray Lenk, who won the mayor election in April took the oath of office administered by City Finance Officer Maurice Lemke. Lenk will serve a two-year term.

For more on this story, look at our May 8th issue!

CRST receives three year Youth Horsemanship Grant Program

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Over the past week Juanita McLane, Youth Horsemanship Assistant, and Bryan Lawrence, Youth Horsemanship Coordinator, have been presenting slideshows and dispensing information at the school about the Cheyenne River Youth Horsemanship Program.

The mission of the program is to invest in the youth through the development and implementation of innovative and tribally-specific juvenile delinquency prevention programming that is designated to reduce risk factors, increase protective factors, bolster self-esteem, instill respect for all life and enhance coping skills.

 More of this story, look at our May 1st issue.

Ramona Red Horse Memorial Park Dedication

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On a cold, misty and rainy day the community of Takini and the family of Ramona Red Horse came together to officially dedicate a small patch of the community into a park. A meal was served consisting of traditional fair.

A few weeks ago during a community clean-up project it was realized that more could be done to improve the community. Within three weeks the project had begun and the members of Takini would like to thank the following programs for their prompt assistance.

For more of this story, look at our May 1st issue! 

Earth Day

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Patty Peacock/West River Eagle

Patty Peacock/West River Eagle

 

 

On Earth Day, April 22nd, some of the Dupree elementary students from the second grade and fifth grade classrooms went out and picked up trash around the school and track and nearby areas.  Pictured here is Mr. Shawn Olsen carrying a lot of trash, that the second graders had gathered, as they head back to the school.

 

 

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