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Filed Under: Sports
Native Sun News: Pine Ridge's David Michaud wins fighting match (12/19)
Competing in his second fight inside the UFC Octagon, David 'BullDawg' Michaud managed to pull out a win over Garett Whiteley in a bloody affair.

Filed Under: National | Politics
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe inaugurates new leadership (12/17)
New council members vow to ‘give a voice back to the people’ as they take office.

Filed Under: National
Native Sun News: Youth take on lead role in Dakota memorial ride (12/17)
The annual Dakota 38+2 Memorial Ride is evidence of the power of the seventh generation to lead under the healing powers of the Sunka Wakan Oyate.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Business | National
Native Sun News: Native women launch business in Rapid City (12/16)
Opened on October 10, Sage & Silver Americana is a locally owned, Native American business located in the heart of downtown Rapid City.

Filed Under: Opinion | Sports
Tim Giago: Think unity and fun at Olympics of Indian basketball (12/16)
When the Lakota people hear the acronym 'LNI' they know exactly what it means.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Business | National
Native Sun News: First Peoples Fund connects artists to economy (12/15)
Native American artists have traditionally been the keepers of indigenous history and the tellers of our original stories.

Filed Under: Opinion
Ivan Star: Being Lakota is something that comes from the heart (12/15)
Active use of the language and involvement of culture are indispensable to what makes a person Lakota.

Filed Under: Environment | Law | National
Native Sun News: Bales taken at Rosebud Sioux Tribe spirit camp (12/12)
Tribal and federal agencies are looking into an incident involving the removal of dozens of giant alfalfa bales from the Rosebud Sioux Tribe’s Oyate Wahacanka Woecun Spirit Camp.

Filed Under: National
Native Sun News: Dakota memorial riders start 330-mile journey (12/11)
This memorial ride is to honor the 38+2 Native Americans hanged as a result of the Dakota War of 1862.

Filed Under: National
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe honors employee for service (12/10)
After 41 years of service to the citizens and “potential” citizens, Joan Decker, the Oglala Sioux Tribe’s longtime director of enrollment was honored.

Filed Under: Education | National
Native Sun News: Program changes the lives of urban Indian youth (12/09)
The Ateyapi Mentoring Program has been at Rapid City Central High School since 1994 and has been encouraging healthy living for Native American students.

Filed Under: National
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe plans log cabin project (12/08)
If Llevando “Cowboy” Fisher, Northern Cheyenne Tribal President has his way; by next spring at least four tribal members will be building log cabins on the Reservation.

Filed Under: National | Sports
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux fighter fired up for next matchup (12/05)
It is fight week for Pine Ridge’s David 'Bull Dawg' Michaud as he continues his run as a mixed martial artist under the banner of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Filed Under: Opinion
Ivan Star Comes Out: Alcohol is the most devastating weapon (12/05)
I paid a short visit to our Oglala Sioux tribal courthouse and ended up with a task.

Filed Under: Environment | National | Politics
Native Sun News: Crow Creek Sioux man upsets Senate with song (12/04)
In the wake of a recent Native American coup in Congress over the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline proposal, Sen. John Thune threatened a Republican Party backlash next year.

Filed Under: Education | Opinion
Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: Indian children exploited for fundraisers (11/28)
With sorrow, we acknowledged that making money using Indians as pitiful, poverty stricken and helpless people has been a profitable endeavor for non-Indian institutions.

Filed Under: Education | National
Native Sun News: Urban Indian organization seeks new center (11/26)
A new Lakota Head Start and Early Childhood community center is looming on the horizon, thanks to financial backers of Rural America Initiatives.

Filed Under: National
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe to issue IDs at tournament (11/25)
For the first time in its history the Oglala Sioux Tribe will bring its enrollment office to the public.

Filed Under: Opinion
James Giago Davies: Polygamy and shunning in Lakota culture (11/25)
Shunning works for all cultures — not just Lakota tiospaye.

Filed Under: National | Sports
Native Sun News: Four from South Dakota win big at rodeo final (11/24)
Four South Dakotans returned home from this year’s 2014 Indian National Final Rodeo as newly crowned world Champions.

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