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Chief Judge Wynne suspended,

Montileaux serving as interim chief judge

PINE RIDGE – After receiving a complaint from court administrator, Rosalie Janis, against Chief Judge Mary Wynne, the law and order committee recommended suspension without pay until a hearing could be held. More...

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A note from the editor’s desk

Vincent Brewer Sr. was a man who accomplished so much in his life. As a young man he served valiantly in the U.S. Navy, he played for a St. More...

The Rez of the Story

"Grief"

Hau Mitakuepi(Greetings My Relatives), More...

Schools

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KING MATT DUNHAM AND QUEEN OSKATE WIN ONE STAR More...

The Holy Road

Leonard Ferguson

Leonard Ferguson, age 72, passed away on April 6, 2015 at Rapid City, SD. More...

Jon Fast Wolf

Jon Fast Wolf, age 67, passed away on April 4, 2015 at Picuris, NM. He was a US Air Force Veteran. More...

Fredrick Tail

Fredrick Tail, age 72, passed away on April 5, 2015 at Martin, SD. Survivors include his Nieces Diane Tail, Twila Iron Boy, and Alicia Tail all of Porcupine, SD, Nephews Richard Tail and Lester Tail both of California. More...

Wounded Knee district board ok’s marijuana

PINE RIDGE—In what could be a first step towards legalization of marijuana on the Pine Ridge Indian reservation the Wounded Knee district passed a motion that legalizes the sale of medicinal and recreational marijuana as well as industrialized More...

Coalition of Lakota families fight against suicide

PORCUPINE—On a cold morning in February three grassroots organizations met on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation to discuss the continuing suicide epidemic impacting Lakota children. More...

Sen. Tester urges congress to better fund tribal colleges

WASHINGTON—At time when Indian Country’s allies are few and far between, Senator John Tester (D-MT) is going to bat for tribes and asking congress to provide more funding for tribal colleges. More...

Headlines

OST council shuffles committee seats

OGLALA/PINE RIDGE – March’s regular session of the OST Council stretched over three days, moving from Little Wound’s elementary auditorium on Tuesday, March 31, to Prairie Wind Casino on Wednesday and then the council chambers in Pi More...

CRYP: Graffiti Jam

EAGLE BUTTE, SD— South Dakota’s Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation comprises two of the poorest counties in the United States, yet it is imaginably rich with the strong, beautiful, enduring Lakota culture. More...

Mustang News

Different Religions

Some people believe in different things. There are so many different religions. There is Christianity, Jewish, Islam, and much more. I for one believe in something only I, myself, believe. More...

14 American Foods that Foreigners Find Gross

When foreigners travel to the United States they find some of our food disgusting. Even some of the foods are the most delicious to us and/or they are our favorite foods to eat. The U.S. More...

App Duolingo helps to learn languages

Duolingo is an app, and a website, that helps a person to learn a language that they want to learn or a language that they select from the options they are given. More...

Sports

Lakota Country Times/KILI Radio Indian Country All Stars

Brown Bull, LeBeau , Prue, O’Rourke, Bad Hand set the standard

Little Wound took a few games to find their rhythm, a rhythm that would take them to a Region 7A championship and their first trip to the State A tournament since 2007 and a fourth place finish. More...

SDHSAA realigns schools, proposes new rules for sports

PIERRE — Every two years, the South Dakota High School Activities Association re-aligns schools and the districts and regions they are in based on current student enrollments; every two years schools who have increased enrollment could move up More...

Lakota Country Times/KILI Radio all stars Red Cloud, CEB make it to State A girls, McLaughlin to State B girls

Vetter, Richard, Lone Dog, Grimshaw, Standing Bear stand out

MARTIN/Porcupine — Todd County Lady Falcons took this year’s LNI and were headed to the State A while Pine Ridge lost to Todd County in the LNI semis and again at Todd County but figured to be battling the Lady Falcons for their fourth st More...

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