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Filed Under: National
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux youth to join White House meet (11/21)
Last year a star freshman point guard inspired a reservation with a message of hope designed to prevent suicide.

Filed Under: Law | National
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux woman shot and killed by police (11/20)
An Oglala Sioux Tribal member and former resident of Pine Ridge was shot and killed by an officer of the Mitchell Police Department.

Filed Under: National | Politics
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne activists push for change (11/19)
Local tribal activists were disappointed, but not surprised when the Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council took no action on their request to schedule a tribal vote on proposed amendments to the constitution.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Native Sun News: Winona LaDuke addresses energy addiction (11/18)
Anishinaabe tribal member Winona LaDuke called for a 'transition from the tipi to the Tesla,' during a speaking engagement in the South Dakota state capital.

Filed Under: Opinion
Jeffrey Whalen: Crime and corruption within Oglala Sioux Tribe (11/18)
I decided to temporarily quit writing about the corruption going on within the Oglala Sioux Tribe.

Filed Under: Environment | Health | National
Native Sun News: New food guide promotes tribal bison efforts (11/17)
Sustainable Harvest Alliance not only connects tribal bison ranchers with markets, it encourages environmental sustainability, humane livestock practices, and Native American cultural resilience.

Filed Under: Opinion
Ivar Star Comes Out: Empower our youth to forge better lives (11/17)
Our educational curriculum is embarrassingly inefficient as the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 and all its particulars have been omitted.

Filed Under: Business | National
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe puts people to work (11/14)
The long defunct Ashland Sawmill, owned the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, is coming back to life.

Filed Under: Opinion
James Giago Davies: Newspaper proves dreams can come true (11/14)
News reports from Indian Country have evolved over the years. It most often consisted of petty gossip, ego-driven squabbles or blatant nepotism.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Native Sun News: Waste dump near Pine Ridge still contested (11/13)
An Oct. 31 judicial ruling moved High Plains Resources LLC a step closer to locating an unprecedented petroleum waste disposal site in Fall River County, adjacent to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

Filed Under: Opinion
Delphine Red Shirt: Lessons from our history as Lakota people (11/13)
It is interesting how, after the Civil War, policy-makers faced two racial problems concerning African-Americans and American Indians.

Filed Under: Law | National
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne man remains missing (11/12)
Douglas 'Snazz' Limberhand, father of James D. Limberhand, age 33 of Busby, reports that his son has been missing since August 7.

Filed Under: Opinion
Ivan Star Comes Out: No 'Welcome Home' for Vietnam vets (11/11)
As a Vietnam veteran, having to sneak back into the country we defended remained a raw memory for decades

Filed Under: Environment | National
Native Sun News: Sioux tribes intervene in Keystone review (11/11)
TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline is up for a big fight in the heart of the Great Sioux Nation.

Filed Under: Law | National | Politics
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe faces voting rights suit (11/10)
Does a person who was born on the reservation, enrolled in a tribal nation, and who is culturally in touch with their community become somehow less Native when they leave the reservation?

Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: Walking in the footsteps of the late Ben Bradlee (11/10)
There are faculty luncheons and dinners at Harvard throughout the year. It was at one of these functions in 1990 that I first met Ben Bradlee, the esteemed editor of the Washington Post.

Filed Under: Environment | Law | National
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe shuts down illegal mine (11/07)
The land which is not owned by the tribe nor held in trust by the federal government lies in a jurisdictional grey zone.

Filed Under: National | Politics
Native Sun News: Incumbents of Oglala Sioux Tribe lose seats (11/06)
The members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe have voted despite allegations of voter fraud, intimidation, late starts at the poll and a controversial decision by newly re-elected SD Attorney General Marty Jackley.

Filed Under: National | Politics
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe chooses a new president (11/05)
In an election that demonstrated a strong demand for change from voters incumbent, Bryan Brewer, was defeated by now seven time Oglala Sioux Tribal President John 'Yellow Bird' Steele.

Filed Under: National | Politics
Native vote fails to make a dent in Senate race in South Dakota (11/05)
Democrat Rick Weiland got the most votes on five reservations but Republican Mike Rounds made a strong showing everywhere else in the state.

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