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Jay Boldt of Isabel shows off his latest catch during the ice fishing tournament held at Isabel Lake on Saturday. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition https://www.etypeservices.com/Timber%20Lake%20TopicID443/ + continue reading
Day Care Valentines

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Thursday, February 20, 2020
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Lincoln Valentine Aberle (named for his great-grandpa Val Schweitzer) and his friends at Timber Lake Day Care made paper hearts for their Valentine’s Day party last week. Pictured are (FRONT) L-R: Barb Goldade (day care director) holding Elsie Maher, Layson Gimbel, Barrett Hermes, Lincoln... + continue reading
KIPI Radio off the air

Thom Eagle Staff

Thursday, February 13, 2020
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KIPI Radio, a 100,000-watt radio station in Eagle Butte owned by the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (CRST), ceased operations at 5 p.m. on Monday after a little more than one year on the air. A statement issued by the CRST Office of Intergovernmental Affairs said the station will remain shut down... + continue reading
Top actors ...

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Stormi Hulm and Ethan Johnston were among the Timber Lake students who received top acting marks during their performance at the State One-act Play Festival last week in Sioux Falls .     To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition https://www.etypeservices.com... + continue reading
CRST may explore toll booths to pay for failing infrastructure

Harold Frazier

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The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (CRST) announced Monday it is considering a feasibility study to determine whether it can and should set up toll booths on state and federal highway entry points to the Cheyenne River Reservation as a means of generating revenue to repair failing transportation... + continue reading

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Stormi Hulm and Ethan Johnston were among the Timber Lake students who received top acting marks during their performance at the State One-act Play Festival last week in Sioux Falls .     To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition https://www.etypeservices.com... + continue reading
CRST may explore toll booths to pay for failing infrastructure

Harold Frazier

, CRST may explore toll booths to pay for failing infrastructure

Cheyenne River Sioux Chairman Harold Frazier said this week that the tribe may consider adding toll booths to compensate for a shortfall in funding to maintain roads and bridges.

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The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (CRST) announced Monday it is considering a feasibility study to determine whether it can and should set up toll booths on state and federal highway entry points to the Cheyenne River Reservation as a means of generating revenue to repair failing transportation... + continue reading
Checkpoints

TLHS senior Matt Jewett entertained the audience during intermission of the Middle School Lip Sync Finals

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South Dakota Department of Public Safety officials have scheduled 22 sobriety checkpoints in 18 counties during February in the counties of: Brookings, Brown, Butte, Charles Mix, Clay, Codington, Davison, Fall River, Hughes, Lawrence, Lincoln, Minnehaha, Moody, Pennington, Roberts, Stanley,... + continue reading

Sports

Panther boys on a roll

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Timber Lake’s Isaac Kraft glides to the hoop for two points, past the defense of Newell’s David Morell.

, Panther boys on a roll
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With the end of the regular season just a week away, the Timber Lake Panthers are in a position to win out their remaining games and head into the playoffs with a 15-5 season mark. The Panthers... + continue reading
Lady Panthers improve to 6-11 with OT victory

Timber Lake’s Stormi Hulm snares a rebound during the Lady Panthers’ home contest versus Newell.

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, Lady Panthers improve to 6-11 with OT victory, Lady Panthers improve to 6-11 with OT victory

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Panther junior varsity players (L-R) Nate Schaffer, Brandt Ducheneaux, Brady Sandquist, Jaiden Ducheneaux and Sawyer Holzer play defense against Newell.

, Lady Panthers improve to 6-11 with OT victory

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Aidan Rough Surface grabs a rebound during a junior high boys home game.

, Lady Panthers improve to 6-11 with OT victory

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Maci Maher shoots over a Newell defender during their game last week.

, Lady Panthers improve to 6-11 with OT victory

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Floyd Traversie lays in two points for Dupree at their game at St. Francis, which the Tigers lost 88-61,

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Panthers finish in 4th place

Chazz Gabe gathers in a rebound for the Panthers during LMC tournament action.

, Panthers finish in 4th place

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Hunter Schrempp makes a drive-and-dish during Timber Lake’s LMC win over Bison.

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Dupree claims 7th place in 2nd win of season

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Dupree’s Jacob Anderson was selected to the all-tournament team.

, Dupree claims 7th place in 2nd win of season

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Bennett Brooks and the Dupree boys earned their second victory on Saturday.

, Dupree claims 7th place in 2nd win of season

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McIntosh’s Tell Mollman rises for a shot over two Tiospaye Topa defenders during LMC tourney action.

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I first saw Timber Lake 40 years ago

Jim and Mary Byington

, I first saw Timber Lake 40 years ago

Jim and Kathy Nelson

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COLUMN It was 40 years ago this month that I first saw Timber Lake. My late husband Jim and I had had several phone conversations with Mary Byington and drove to Timber Lake one Saturday to check... + continue reading
Photo Files: tips for better phone pics

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, Photo Files: tips for better phone pics

Enabling the grid on your screen can help with composition.

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