You are browsing the archive for brule.

Minnesota couple looks to build concert venue near Hill City

November 13, 2012 in The Daily Republic

RAPID CITY (AP) A Minnesota couple’s plans to build a concert venue in the Black Hills for a renowned Native American musician is one step closer to fruition. Continue Reading

Spring rite on the Brule

March 31, 2012 in Duluth News Tribune

ON THE BRULE RIVER Dark hung on for a while Saturday morning on opening day of fishing, with clouds hanging low and stubborn over the valley and the steelhead trout here apparently of the same mood.
Continue Reading

Ice on roads and sidewalks creates hazardous conditions

January 17, 2011 in The Daily Republic

Icy conditions Sunday night and all day Monday sent cars in the ditch, made sidewalks hazardous and postponed some basketball games.
Reports of cars in ditches came in from Brule and Hutchinson counties Monday, indicating slick roads that have plagued some areas of the state for days. Continue Reading

County sticking with weekly meetings

January 13, 2011 in The Daily Republic

Cutting the number of county commission meetings from four to two Tuesdays a month isn’t something that’s high, or even on, Davison County’s list of priorities, the commissioners said recently.
That means Davison County will remain the only county in The Daily Republic’s 17-county readership area that meets on a weekly basis. Other counties meet once or twice a month. Continue Reading

Native son to appear in Saturday’s Rose Parade

December 30, 2010 in Worthington Daily Globe

PASADENA, Calif. Paul Summers LaRoche anticipates playing for his largest audience ever on Saturday morning. During the Tournament of Roses Parade viewed by an estimated 700,000 people along the parade route as well as a TV audience of 52 million Americans and additional viewers in 220 countries around the world his band, Brulé, will be featured on the “One Nation” float sponsored by RFD-TV. Continue Reading

Some wonder if federal stimulus was worth cost

December 10, 2010 in The Daily Republic

The Obama administration’s bid to jump-start the economy the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, commonly known as the “stimulus” has been praised and vilified.
In South Dakota, as elsewhere, ARRA supporters or opponents largely stack up along party lines, but those lines blurred over the past two years as the funds helped to weatherize homes, get roads built, improve water systems, install dams, extend broadband access, pay teachers and accomplish other goals. Continue Reading

Brulé to be featured in Rose Parade

October 17, 2010 in Worthington Daily Globe

WORTHINGTON A float dedicated to reconciliation and honoring Native American culture and featuring the musical group Brulé will be the RFD-TV entry in the 2011 Tournament of Roses Parade. Continue Reading

Skip to toolbar