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Filed Under: Environment | National
Native Sun News: Tribes fight another pipeline through Great Plains (07/07)
Anticipated destruction of natural resources, sacred sites, and family farm economy is triggering tribal governments, their enrollees, Native American non-profits, their allies, and rural people to defy the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline.

Filed Under: Opinion
Editorial: Crazy Horse made everyone brave on Bighorn battlefield (07/07)
Peace had been the policy of President Ulysses S. Grant until that discovery of gold caused the Black Hills to be infiltrated by hundreds of gold prospectors.

Filed Under: Opinion
James Giago Davies: The things that really matter to Lakota people (07/06)
About time I compiled a personal list of things that matter, and of course, most of the things that do matter will be Lakota related.

Filed Under: Law | National
Native Sun News: Oglala leader blames deaths on domestic violence (07/06)
President John Yellow Bird Steele issued Proclamation No. 15-06 declaring action on domestic violence.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Native Sun News: Deadly storm hits Crow Creek Sioux Reservation (07/03)
Several homes were destroyed and one person lost their life when a storm with no warning tore through the Crow Creek Indian Reservation on June 19.

Filed Under: Opinion
Delphine Red Shirt: Speak the Lakota language to carry on culture (07/03)
When I was small, I thought the language would be around forever. It was the only language I heard at home.

Filed Under: National
Native Sun News: Lakota riders complete journey to Little Bighorn (07/02)
About 80 young riders and support crew from Pine Ridge participated in the 24th annual trek, in solemn observation of the 139th anniversary of the Battle of the Little Bighorn.

Filed Under: Opinion
Ivan Star: Creating a culturally appropriate economy at Pine Ridge (07/02)
Pine Ridge is still in need of regular demographic polls or surveys to keep up on our economy. If we are to improve our joblessness, then we need solid data.

Filed Under: Environment
Native Sun News: Opposition grows to delisting of grizzly bears (07/01)
Tribal opposition continues to mount against the federal government’s proposed removal of Endangered Species Act status from the iconic Yellowstone grizzly.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Native Sun News: BLM to update plan for land near Bear Butte (06/30)
The 6,693-acre Fort Meade Recreation Area between Bear Butte and Sturgis would remain a Special Recreation Management Area, with motorized travel limited to existing roads and trails.

Filed Under: National
Native Sun News: Wambli Ska group shares culture with youth (06/30)
The Wambli Ska Drum & Dance Society in Rapid City is using their resources to share Native American culture with others.

Filed Under: Education | Environment | National | Technology
Native Sun News: Tribal youth share traditions and technology (06/29)
Twelve bright young students from the Rosebud and Oglala Sioux Tribes camped on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation to get some 'hands on' science learning.

Filed Under: Business | National
Native Sun News: Project brings economic hope to Pine Ridge (06/26)
'Poverty ends today on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation' was the proclamation made by Thunder Valley’s program Director Nick Tilson.

Filed Under: Opinion
Clara Caufield: Welcoming riders to Little Bighorn anniversary (06/25)
In 2015, we celebrate and observe the 139th anniversary of both the Rosebud Battle (the Cheyenne call it Where the girl saved her brother) and the Battle of the Little Big Horn which we call the Custer Fight or Greasy Grass Fight.

Filed Under: Opinion
Delphine Red Shirt: Generous stranger returns land to Pine Ridge (06/25)
A few years ago, I met a non-Lakota person who said he owned 160 acres of land on the reservation, near Kyle.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Native Sun News: County resists name change for sacred peak (06/25)
Whether to change the name of Harney Peak to Hinhan Kaga was on the floor of the Pennington County Commissioner’s last week.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Native Sun News: Firm pushes mine by sacred site in Wyoming (06/24)
The Canadian corporation that wants to start mining 15 miles southeast of Mahto Tipila named a high-profile, world-class advocate of nuclear power and its raw material, uranium, to chair the board of directors.

Filed Under: Education | Health | National
Native Sun News: Oglala Lakota College celebrates a milestone (06/23)
When the graduating class in Social Work from the He Sapa Campus of Oglala Lakota College were asked what they wanted for their graduation ceremony, they said caps and gowns and Black Hills gold rings.

Filed Under: Business | Environment | National
Native Sun News: Crow Tribe collaborates on Bighorn rest area (06/22)
At the 139th anniversary of the Battle of the Little Big Horn Battle, thousands of visitors will throng to the third most popular tourist attraction in Montana.

Filed Under: Opinion
James Giago Davies: True Indian heroes protect our community (06/22)
Much of my life has been an underachieving waste, but where I succeeded—I have a family, three boys I love, and I tell them I love them every single day.

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