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Honoring Native American Day in Sioux Falls

SIOUX FALLS –– Two events will commemorate Native American Day in Sioux Falls — one exploring Native Soul through arts and culture with Jerry Fogg and the other examining Native-White Relations with South Dakota’s first cabinet-level Secretary of Tri More...

Lone Indian voice testifies against killing mountain lions

Flandreau to open nation’s 1st marijuana resort


ND Tribal Colleges receive workforce development funding

BISMARCK – The North Dakota Department of Commerce has authorized another round of workforce development grants for North Dakota’s tribal colleges.United Tribes Technical College will receive $356,909 from the program that was first authorized in 201 More...

Cobell Education Scholarship Fund now $30 million

Community Foundation awards $10,000 to St. Francis Mission


Custer crushes undermanned Little Wound

CUSTER –– When you start the game against an always tough rival with your third string quarterback, and end the rain soaked, fumble plagued contest with your fourth string quarterback, expect the results to be disappointing, and they were for Little More...

Todd County, Red Cloud both dealt losses

Sports can’t produce real heroes


Stealing the religious beliefs of the Indian people

The Hopi Tribe, an extremely traditional Native Nation, has decided not to allow non-Indians into one of their sacred ceremonies because non-Indians, in the past few years, have been guilty of taking illegal photographs, recording the ceremony on cel More...

Letters to the Editor

Writer stands up to say he is not a fake Indian

To the Editor, I am a 19 year old full blood Apache - and look like one too. Steve Russell, Cherokee Judge, calls me a fake Indian because I am not enrolled with any tribe.  More...

Saw her uncle’s photo on The Way it Was

Write or visit your relatives in jail

Voices of the People

Celebrating Native American Day’s 25th anniversary

When Columbus Day comes around each year there is consternation in the Native American community across America. Columbus Day parades, particularly the one held in Denver, are disrupted by militant American Indians. More...

Enhancing Lakota language and culture in our schools

Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council votes to oppose railroad

Spirit World

Joseph Anthony Cordier

SPRING CREEK — Joseph Anthony Cordier, 49, U.S. Army veteran, entered the Spirit World on Sept. 26, 2015 in Rosebud. More...

Carole Dupree

Clarence Paul Pourier

Grouchy Gourmet


Running into a stone-faced hostess at TGIF

   The first thing the owner of a restaurant should teach their hostess or greeter at the door is that they must put a smile on their face. Full Story

This Weeks Poll

Do you support marijuana legalization and sales on reservations as a viable economic solution?

Little Notes


Little Notes puts on a serious face

   Mayor Steve Allender is still bothered by a satirical article written by Native Sun News columnist James Giago Davies. He brought it up at a press conference attended by most of Rapid City’s media. Full Story

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