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Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: Treat alcoholism and drug addictions as diseases (07/21)
The consumption of alcohol and the use of drugs is a disease and it must be attacked as a disease.

Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: Still climbing the hill after 8 decades in Indian Country (07/07)
On July 12 I will be climbing on the hill of my 8th decade on this Maka Ina (Mother Earth).

Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: Tea Party continues its cowardly path in US politics (06/30)
By assuming the name of a group of cowardly white men who tried to place the blame of their criminal actions on the Indian people the Tea Party has proven that they have a one-sided view of American history.

Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: Indian warriors who fought Custer deserve honor too (06/23)
It was on June 25, 1876, 138 years ago, that George Armstrong Custer and his Seventh Cavalry suffered their worst defeat.

Filed Under: Opinion | Sports
Tim Giago: South Dakota media must talk about mascot issues (06/16)
Although we report the news we also must be an advocate for the Indian people and we must stand up for the rights and justice for Native Americans.

Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: Native youth lose connection to ancestral languages (06/11)
Are the young people in your classrooms texting in English or Lakota?

Filed Under: Cobell | Opinion
Tim Giago: Cobell settlement is a massive case of incompetence (06/02)
The Cobell lawyers didn’t have the patience and sadly, many Indian people didn’t have the patience to see the suit taken to a just conclusion.

Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: Build Indian holocaust museum at Wounded Knee (05/28)
It would be prophetic if the Oglala Sioux Tribe would build a holocaust museum to educate and to remind the world of what happened to the indigenous people.

Filed Under: Education | Opinion
Tim Giago: Class of 2014 walks in the footsteps of great warriors (05/19)
If I was to give a graduation speech this year I would in all probability begin by stating the obvious.

Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: We have lost too many great leaders in recent years (05/15)
We saw the passing of Billy Frank, Jr., a man who stood up for Indian rights when it wasn’t a popular thing to do.

Filed Under: Opinion
Clara Caufield: Sharing Cheyenne stories with a wider audience (05/02)
I’m not a trained journalist, just a scribbler.

Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: America continues to ignore poverty on reservations (05/01)
Two things happened this week that are maddening.

Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: Taking a trip down memory lane with Lakota Times (04/24)
A brand new newspaper calling itself the Lakota Times hit the streets of the Pine Ridge Reservation for the first time on July 1, 1981.

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: Opinion
Dean Chavers: Indian journalism owes big debt to Tim Giago (04/16)
Dr. Dean Chavers, the director of Catching the Dream, praises journalist and publisher Tim Giago.

Filed Under: Opinion | Sports
Clara Caufield: Racist mascots, or standing up for what's right (04/04)
Dimly aware of the Redskins mascot controversy, it has not been a burning issue for many of us Northern Cheyenne.

Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: The man who called for 'extermination' of the Lakota (03/24)
In 1891, just six days after the merciless slaughter of nearly 300 Lakota men, women and children at Wounded Knee, Frank Baum called for the extermination of the Lakota people.

Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: Indian opposition to Keystone XL finally makes news (03/12)
Native Sun News Health and Environment Editor, Talli Nauman, has been writing about the Keystone XL Pipeline for our newspaper since 2009.

Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: Remembering all of the Native American journalists (03/10)
A handful of Native Americans that have spent their lives as newspaper reporters, editors or publishers are wondering where journalism is headed in Indian Country.

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Tim Giago: Liberty and justice for all -- except Native Americans (03/03)
As I sat on at the podium in Washington, D. C., 20 years ago, I looked at the great African American women seated next to me.

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