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Filed Under: Business | Environment | National
Rosebud Sioux Tribe won't give up on wind energy despite delays (07/03)
The Bureau of Indian Affairs took so long to make a decision that the tribe's business agreements expired.

Filed Under: National
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud youth hold suicide awareness walk (07/03)
The Parmelee youth group officers sponsored a suicide awareness walk/run/bike ride last week as part of their Generation Indigenous (Gen-I) initiative challenge.

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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: National
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud Sioux Tribe hosts youth camp (06/25)
The Rosebud Sioux Tribe provided a day filled with activities and prizes geared to the young people of the reservation communities.

Filed Under: Environment | Health | National
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud Sioux Tribe plants new garden (06/23)
Community members took the first step toward food sovereignty on the Rosebud Reservation and planted a variety of vegetables in a one acre garden.

Filed Under: Law
Woman from Rosebud Sioux Tribe pleads guilty to child abuse (06/10)
Michelle Lynae Wounded Face, 25, admitted that she left two daughters, aged 2 and 4, alone in a car on a freezing-cold day on a North Dakota reservation.

Filed Under: Law | National
Judge at center of ICWA lawsuit in South Dakota stripped of title (05/25)
Judge Jeff Davis in Pennington County removed Indian children from their families in 100 percent of the cases before him.

Filed Under: Education | National
Rosebud Sioux student to wear eagle plume for graduation (05/19)
School officials initially balked at the request but the student's sister and other Native students came to her defense.

Filed Under: Law | National | Politics
Native Sun News: Retired officer accuses candidate of racism (05/18)
Few Indians make it into the ranks of the Rapid City Police Force. When one does, the Indian community holds these individuals in high esteem because they understand the obstacles one must overcome.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | National
Lakota Country Times: Museum features work of ledger artist (05/15)
The Sioux Indian Museum, administered by the Indian Arts and Crafts Board, will feature an exhibit of ledger art by Evans Flammond, Sr.

Filed Under: Business | Health | National
Lakota Country Times: Business provides alternative medicine (05/14)
The Nape Woapiye Holistic Center has provided affordable homeopathic healing alternatives to Western medicine for residents of the Rosebud Reservation for more than a decade.

Filed Under: Education | Opinion
Vi Waln: Vote in school board election to help Lakota children (05/14)
As the end of another academic school year comes to a close, I want to address the importance of education.

Filed Under: National | Politics
Lakota Country Times: South Dakota Indian lawmakers meet (05/12)
The State Tribal Relations Committee of the South Dakota Legislature elected Senator Troy Heinert (D) as Chairman and Representative Shawn Bordeaux (D) as Vice Chair.

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Mayoral hopeful denies being racist at debate in Rapid City (05/11)
Steve Allender, the former police chief, admitted that he made inappropriate comments on the job.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Woman donates 200-acre Iowa farm to Rosebud Sioux Tribe (05/11)
Ella Jean Ray, who passed away in December at the age of 88, deeded the site to the tribe in her will.

Filed Under: Law
Non-Indian violates Rosebud Sioux Tribe banish order again (05/08)
Steven Nichols is a repeat offender -- he's been convicted four times since 2013 of criminal trespass on the reservation.

Filed Under: Law | National
Native Sun News: Retired police officer speaks out on racism (05/07)
Glen Yellow Robe was subjected to daily onslaughts of racial slurs, ethnic jokes and many times outright racial bigotry as a police officer in Rapid City, South Dakota.

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South Dakota tribes form alliance to battle Keystone XL plan (05/06)
The company behind the project is seeking re-certification of the 313-mile route through the state.

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Native Sun News: Tribes keep up fight against Keystone XL plan (05/05)
The pipeline, dubbed the Black Snake by opponents, has given rise to spirit camps along its route, in which tipis are erected to support direct action and peaceful resistance, if permits are granted for construction across 1851 and 1868 Ft. Laramie Treaty territory.

Filed Under: Education | Health | National
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud walk raises awareness of autism (04/30)
Elementary students were accompanied by their family members and school staff on a walk to bring awareness to autism on the Rosebud Reservation.

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