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Filed Under: Law | National
Clara Caufield: BIA audits Northern Cheyenne police force (04/18)
A law enforcement team came to Lame Deer to audit the police officers of the Northern Cheyenne.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe battles uranium mine (04/18)
As street demonstrations broke out over federal licensing of the first proposed in-situ uranium mining and milling in South Dakota, the Oglala Sioux Tribe faced an April 14 deadline to request a stay postponing the effective date of the permit.

Filed Under: Law | National
Native Sun News: Guilty verdict in death of Lower Brule boy (04/17)
Donika Gonzalez was found guilty of first degree manslaughter and one count of aggravated assault in the death of Mason Naser.

Filed Under: National
Native Sun News: Paper brings home four first place awards (04/17)
The South Dakota Newspaper Association’s annual conference brings together the top journalists and news outlets from around the state each year.

Filed Under: National | Sports
Native Sun News: Pine Ridge fighter prepares for next match (04/16)
Pine Ridge’s David “Bull Dawg” Michaud has not spent much time actually competing in the cage but he has not been idle.

Filed Under: National | Recognition
Native Sun News: Little Shell Tribe gets closer to recognition (04/16)
The Little Shell Band of Chippewa Indians is now beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel.

Filed Under: National
Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne celebrate Little Wolf's return (04/15)
Tribal members gathered to remember the date when Chief Little Wolf and a loyal band of followers made it back to Montana, beloved Cheyenne home land, coming from Oklahoma.

Filed Under: Environment | Law | National
Native Sun News: Tribes benefit from $5.15B uranium cleanup (04/15)
Navajo, Sioux and other tribes are among many populations across the United States who will benefit from a $5.15 billion settlement with Anadarko Petroleum.

Filed Under: Business | Opinion
Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe battled labor unions too (04/14)
As explained earlier, in the 1980’s the Northern Cheyenne Tribe secured an innovative agreement with Montana Power (MPC) for employment, training, air quality protection and other benefits.

Filed Under: Law | National
Native Sun News: EEOC won't take up Native woman's complaint (04/14)
Former Sitka Tribal Associate Judge Betty Jo Moore vows she will pursue her claims of job discrimination, bullying and harassment against the Sitka Tribe

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