February 26, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Youth Center built in Allen

Manderson and Wounded Knee next

ALLEN— Amidst an increasing number of news reports detailing cases of fraud involving charities working on behalf of Native people, the organization One Spirit has advanced its efforts to improve the lives of children on the Pine Ridge Indian r More...

The Caring Tree

The Caring Tree, has become a grove!, AHS Staff and Students wish to thank individuals for their cards and letters of support that we proudly display for all to read and see. More...


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Rez in the City

There was a moment of clarity in my life, well more than one but one that made me realize how precious life is. It was when my dad told us that everyday is a gift to us, even when it is too hot or too cold out, as long as we are alive, we are here. More...

The Rez of the Story


Hau Mitakuepi (Greetings My Relatives), "The life of the community, both domestically and internationally, clearly demonstrates that respect for rights, and the guarantees that follow from them, are measures of the common good that serve to evaluate More...


Cheyenne-Eagle Butte closes out regular season with wins over Pine Ridge, Mobridge

Red Cloud struggles late in game with Chadron

EAGLE BUTTE/PINE RIDGE – Cheyenne Eagle Butte closed out the regular season with two strong wins, 99-70 over Pine Ridge and 84-64 over Mobridge-Pollock. CEB finishes the season 14-6 and will play Crow Creek in the first round of Region 6A. More...

7A semis set-Red Cloud at Pine Ridge, Little Wound at Todd County; 6A Mobridge at CEB

McLaughlin hosts Dupree in 15B semis

EAGLE BUTTE/PINE RIDGE –Red Cloud defeated St. More...

Pine Ridge qualifies 3 to State A Wrestling, Todd County 2; Bennett County has 7 in State B, Tiospa Zina 2, Red Cloud 1

SIOUX FALLS/RAPID CITY – The State A wrestling is set for Sioux Falls Friday and Saturday, Feb. 27, 28. More...

OST Responds to Suicide Epidemic


PINE RIDGE—The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is currently under a state of emergency due to a high number of suicides by youth in the last few months. More...

OST Veterans provide honors

for the last journey home

PINE RIDGE— The Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) offers the standard military burial services and guard duties during the wake and funerals of deceased veterans from the tribe. Now they have added yet another poignant element to that honoring. More...

Council votes to move LNI

ALLEN – On a motion by Pass Creek council representative James Cross, the council voted 18-0 to support Pass Creek district’s resolution supporting justice for 57 students from American Horse School who had been traumatized by rowdy fans More...


U.S Attorney with strong tribal ties resigns

PIERRE—Amongst the U.S. Attorney community one would be hard pressed to find one who has done more work on behalf of tribes than South Dakota’s Brendan Johnson. More...

CAIRNS Etanhan Wotanin

Greetings from the Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies (also known as CAIRNS). More...

Program that promotes Native Health to be run by Avera

SIOUX FALLS— A program designed to curb cancer rates and improve treatment of the disease for Native people in South Dakota will now be operated by healthcare giant Avera. More...

The Holy Road

Burton Lee American Horse

Burton Lee American Horse, age 37, passed away on February 13, 2015, at Pine Ridge, SD. More...

Dennis Theodore Bad Moccasin

Dennis Theodore Bad Moccasin, age 19, passed away on February 20, 2015 at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, SD. More...

Josephine Halfred- Mendoza

Josephine Halfred-Mendoza, age 31, of Maricopa, AZ and formerly of Ridgeview, SD passed away Sunday, February 15, 2015 at Chandler Regional Hospital in Chandler, AZ. More...

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