Newly elected RST Officers promise to work with one heart and one mind for the Oyate

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By Rich Winter

After the Rosebud Sioux Tribe’s inauguration ceremony Tuesday, each of the newly sworn-in Tribal Officers had an opportunity to speak about the upcoming three-year term. President Rodney Bordeaux, Vice-Chairman Scott Herman, Treasurer Louis (Wayne) Boyd and Tribal Secretary Linda Marshall each offered some thoughts.

President Bordeaux said he’s been working on a rough-draft plan for his term. He acknowledged Wayne Boyd for his presidential candidacy and told Boyd he

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St. Francis Mission’s Sapa Un Catholic Academy starts new year in new space

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By Kevin Thranow

A ribbon-cutting ceremony and ice cream social was held last Friday for students, parents, and staff in the cafeteria at Sapa Un Catholic Academy’s newly completed school facility at St. Francis Mission.

Sapa Un launched in 20xx and has since occupied rooms in a couple of

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Stanford sophomore on panel at Indigenous Higher Education Equity Initiative

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By Rich Winter

2017 Todd County graduate Foster Cournoyer-Hogan was more than a little surprised when he checked his email in August and found an invitation to be part of a four-person panel at a conference in Denver. The conference, held August 29, at the Oxford hotel, was part of an effort by

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