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Crow Creek Tribal Schools to Hold K-12 Pre-Registration Enrollment Bash Tomorrow

STEPHAN, S.D. – (DRG News) Tomorrow brings the third annual Crow Creek Tribal Schools’ K-12 Pre-Registration Enrollment Bash.  The four hour event for Crow Creek students will be held Wednesday afternoon in Fort Thompson.  Crow Creek Tribal School Superintendent Silas Blaine says there will be a presentation by Pine Ridge’s B.E.A.R. project and Jude...
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American Island Days Coming to Chamberlain/Oacoma Next Month

CHAMBERLAIN, S.D. – (DRG News) The third weekend in August will bring what organizers hope will become an annual event for the Chamberlain/Oacoma area-“American Island Days”.  During a three day period, organizers have planned several activities, ranging from a car show to pontoon races, raft races, a triathalon and more.  Donna Buche, who is...
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Three SD Tribes Seek State Help for Voting Stations

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – Three American Indian tribes in South Dakota and a voting-rights group are asking state election officials for help in setting up satellite voter-registration and absentee-voting offices for tribal members who live far from county courthouses. The Rapid City Journal reports that the tribes are asking the state to use...
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Late Spring Could Be Bad News for SD Goose Hunters

MITCHELL, S.D. (AP) – A late spring could lead to some frustrated goose hunters in South Dakota next month. The state is holding a special hunt for the fourth straight year to reduce the resident population of Canada geese, which damage crops. But there might be fewer birds than expected to shoot at this...
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