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U.S. Department of Justice Files Amicus Brief Supporting Indian Tribes in ACLU Case in South Dakota

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Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) filed an amicus brief fully supporting the position taken by the Plaintiffs--the Oglala Sioux Tribe and the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, and Indian families--challenging policies and practices of state officials who are removing more than 100 Indian children from their homes each year in Pennington County.  The case, filed in Federal District Court in Rapid City in March 2013 by the ACLU and Rapid City attorney Dana Hanna against four defendants--the Director of the South Dakota Department of Social Services (“DSS”), a local DSS official

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Black Pipe Store Grand Opening

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By Michaela Bryan

The Black Pipe community, near Norris, celebrated the grand opening of the Black Pipe Convenience Store on Friday, August 1. The store is owned and operated by the Rosebud Sioux Tribe and the Black Pipe Community. The newly paved

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Antelope community members protest gang terror

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By Michaela Bryan

An Antelope Community Protest against gang violence  titled “Taking Back Our Community and Life,” was held at the Antelope Community Building Monday, April 28, through Wednesday, April 30, starting at 11 am each

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RST Lakota Immersion Project holds Open House

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By Michaela Bryan

The Lakota Immersion Project “Wakanyeja Tiokihe Oti” is funded through the Rosebud Sioux Tribe’s Department of Education. The program held an open house on Monday, June 2. 

The Lakota Immersion Project’s building is

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Todd County mourns the loss of a legend, Galen Busch

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By Rich Winter

When the news came out that Galen Busch had passed away, thousands of people immediately remembered what a profound impact this man had on Todd County High School, the Rosebud Reservation and high school athletics across the state of

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Provider Appreciation Day May 9, 2014

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Provider Appreciation Day

It is a special day to recognize child care providers, teachers and other educators of young children everywhere. Started in 1996 by a group of volunteers in New Jersey, Provider Appreciation Day is appropriately

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RST Meth Initiative Program to hold Training

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The effects of Meth Abuse

By Michaela Bryan

The Rosebud Sioux Tribe (RST) Meth Initiative Program will be providing a meth education training for tribal programs and interested community members. 

The meth training will be Friday, April 25, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The