March 26, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Black Elk Peak Needs Your Help

HE SAPA – “We’ve opened a 45 day comment period where individuals may make their voice heard on the initiative to change the name of Harney Peak in the Black Hills to Black Elk Peak,” said Myron Pourier, past fifth member of t More...

Voices

Veteran Warrior Wakte' glipi

(To come home in Triumph/ Victory)

Hau (pronounced as in english How) Mitakuyepi, toh ni ktu ka pi hwo( how are you all)? Matanyan yelo (I am well/fine). Wichoie lena owawaye ichuhan, Wi Yawapi kin wana Wetu ke yelo (as I write these words, the Calendar says it is now Spring). More...

Political Cartoon

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A note from the editor’s desk

After last week’s column I received a number of phone calls from people across Indian Country with ideas on how we can feature positive stories each week. More...

Sports

OLC 2015 National Champions

CROW AGENCY, MONT— The Oglala Lakota College Lady Brave Hearts are the 2015 NIEA national champions. More...

Brown Bull’s super effort not enough as Mustangs lose to Winner, finish 4th in State A

After winning first round game, White River struggles in State B, finish 4th

RAPID CITY/ABERDEEN – The Little Wound Mustangs opened the 23015 State A boys’ basketball tournament with a hard fought 60-54 win over Clark-Willow Lake on Thursday, struggled against #1 seed Aberdeen Roncalli in the semis losing 56-40 th More...

Photo

White River played in their 10th straight State B tournament this past weekend in Aberdeen, they took fourth and included Justin Prue, Link Tucker, Nicholas Young, Justin Folkers, Justice Morrison, T More...

“Bull Dawg” on the rise:

Oglala fighter climbing UFC ranks

PINE RIDGE—Amidst stories of struggle in his homeland, one young Oglala Lakota is making a name for himself and his community on the grandest of stages. More...

C.A.I.R.N.S Etanhan Wotanin

It’s been a busy month here at the Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies (CAIRNS)! More...

LNI Stays put:

Community Response Mixed

RAPID CITY—Last week the Lakota Nation Invitational board of directors voted unanimously to keep the four day cultural extravaganza in Rapid City. More...

Headlines

UNITY Coming to Pine Ridge

WASHINGTON– In a move signaling a major shift in the organization, UNITY: Journalists for Diversity announced Monday that the coalition will hold its first regional conference for an event planned on the homeland of the Oglala Sioux Tribe in So More...

“Tiny Houses” bringing hope home to the Oglala

MANDERSON— In response to the epidemic numbers of suicides and suicide attempts on the Pine Ridge reservation a woman sets forth a plan of action to create connections between the young people and their promise and potential in this world. More...

Weston joins National AISA board

BROOKINGS—A member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe has been appointed to the American Indian Studies Association’s board as a student representative. More...

The Holy Road

Harold “Tuck” Thomas Eagle Hawk

Harold “Tuck” Thomas Eagle Hawk, age 48, passed away on March 16, 2015 at Rapid City, SD. Survivors include his Brothers Verdell Eagle Hawk of Dry Wood Community, SD and Tibbits Eagle Hawk, Jr. More...

Joseph “Joe” Leo Milk, Sr

Joseph “Joe” Leo Milk, Sr., age 70, passed away on March 17, 2015 at Scottsbluff, NE. Survivors include his spouse Toni Milk of Hisle, SD, Son Joseph Milk, Jr. More...

Larry Bowker

Larry Bowker, age 47, of Eagle Butte, SD, entered the Spirit World on Thursday, March 19, 2015 at Eagle Butte. He is survived by his two sons, Joshua Bowker and Joseph Bowker of Rapid City. More...

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