March 9, 2011 RSS feed / Mustang News

Madeline’s Weather Report

Winter DuskI WATCH the great clear twilightVeiling the ice-bowed trees;their branches tinkle faintlywith crystal melodies.The larches bend their silverover the hush of snow;one star is lighted in the west,two in the zenith glow.For a moment I have fo More...

Conserving Nature Speech Contest

High school students of Little Wound High School got the privilege to enter a speech contest to win a $2,300 scholarship. More...

One Act Play in Action

One Act Play made it to the State Competition this year at Brandon High School near Sioux Falls. It’s the first year that One Act Play has made to State. Dan Snethen, the One Act Play coach, took 5 students to the competition. More...

Ask Us

Dear Big D, You asked us, ”What year did Little Wound became an “A” school?” More...

Congratulations Little Wound Mustangs District Champions

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Harley Ferguson at State

Harley Dawn Ferguson, a senior at Little Wound High School delivered two Superior performances at the State Oral Interpretation Festival at Aberdeen in December. She is coached by Dan Snethen. More...

10 Minutes With a Teacher

Vicki teaches in the ECP classroom at Little Wound High. Reporter Kylee Head sat down with her to learn about her life growing up, her thoughts about living on the reservation, and why she wanted to become a special education teacher. 1. More...

Recap on the boys district game

On Tuesday night the Little Wound Mustangs hosted Todd County falcons tfor the first round of districts against games. the game started that evening at 6:00 and the gymnasium started to fill up with fan waiting to watch the game. More...

LWHS Student Incentives

Little Wound High School students are getting incentives for going school the whole week. This started about 2 or 3 weeks ago for every one at Little Wound High School. More...

National Native News

Native Americans In South Dakota Are Undercounted Census data from 2010 are being questioned by officials. They think that the 8.8 percent is not the number of natives living in South Dakota. More...

February LWMS Students of the Month

6th GradeLes CunyTasia Featherman7th GradeLindsay BraveHeartShilo Tallman More...

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