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Suspicious Mining suspected on Pine Ridge

MANDERSON - "On Wednesday morning at 9am we're going to put a stop to the mining going on in a 40 acre plot of deeded land north of Manderson," said Bryan Brewer, OST president, before a debate at Red Cloud high school, "we've had reports of explosio More...

Trial against Electric Company set for January 2015

ROSEBUD, SD – The Rosebud Sioux Tribe will have their day in Court after a Tribal Judge set a trial date for their lawsuit against Cherry Todd Electric Cooperative, Inc. More...


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Sicangu Scribe Scribblings

The national mid-term elections will be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014. I want to thank all of the Lakota people who have worked tirelessly to register voters. Many used their own resources to bring you a voter registration form. More...

Rez in the City

Living far away from home...

Living far away from home sucks. Probably the best thing about social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter is you get to keep up with family and friends. More...


Todd County’s Weddell takes 3rd inState A Cross Country

Hot Springs’ Old Horse 5th, Todd County boys take 4th in State

HURON – Coming in as the defending State A boys cross country champs, Todd County looked to defend their 2013 title after winning the Region 4A championship last Thursday but placing three runners in the top 29 finishers wasn’t enough as More...

Pine Ridge defeats Wolf Creek for Lakota Oyate middle school championship, 10-0 season

PINE RIDGE – Pine Ridge broke open a close one score game against Wolf Creek with two touchdowns in the fourth quarter Friday night at the Pine Ridge high school football field to win the Lakota Oyate middle school football championship 36-14. More...

Red Cloud holds on for third straight win

Holds off “ never say die” Falcons to make playoffs

MISSION/MARTIN – Senior back Colby Hunter finished with 113 yards on 12 carries and two touchdowns to lead Red Cloud to a 26-21 win on the road over Todd County Thursday night, secure a 6-2 regular season record and set up a first round playoff More...

Rock the Lakota Vote

The American Indian vote is going to be critical in South Dakota’s senate race. It is important that American Indians are encouraged to express their views through voting. More...

Party Status Applications Granted

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CAIRNS and the Inland Theater present

Lakota Film Festival Nov. 8

MARTIN, SD – The Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies is proud to partner with the Inland Theater in Martin, SD to host the first Lakota Film Festival in Bennett County. More...


Party Status Applications Granted

PIERRE, SD – The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission (SD PUC) unanimously approved 43 applications for party status to intervene in the permitting process for the TransCanada Keystone XL (KXL) pipeline. More...

Janis Starts Cancer Fund

Uses OST Supreme Court settlement

Kathy Janis took a $14,242.50 settlement check and established a cancer assistance fund at the Bank of the West in Gordon, Neb. More...

OST Tribal Buffalo Round up

Spirituality is always first when it comes to our sacred relatives the Buffalo and OST Parks and Recreation director Harold Salway was present to start the day out with a prayer song and a prayer to the creator for those who were about to enter the d More...

The Holy Road

Sean Cedarface

Sean William Cedarface, “Itacan” was born on May 21, 1975 in Pine Ridge, SD to John and Carmen (Bettelyoun) Cedarface. More...

Gerald “Darrell” Wayne Little

Gerald “Darrell” Wayne Little, age 79, passed away on October 18, 2014 at Rapid City, SD. More...

Dale Lee Poor Thunder

Dale Lee Poor Thunder, age 57, passed away on October 17, 2014 at Fargo, ND. More...

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