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Federal judge: Trump administration must accept new DACA applicants
South Dakota no longer last in average teacher pay
Trump suggests nominee for VA post drop out because of 'ugly' process
Waffle House shooting suspect left behind considerable evidence at scene, authorities say
Records reveal years of child abuse in former Minnesota family driven over cliff in California
Arnold honored by CDC as childhood immunization champion
Brookings fish food company expanding with $60M Volga plant
Next threat stalking American farmers is the end of cheap money
Veteran receives penis, scrotum transplant in surgery doctors hail as a medical first
Judge asked to reject pipeline protester's evidence request
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AgweekTV: Sczepanski Farm Insolvency
Corn farmers may be eligible for Syngenta settlement
Acreage may be dictated by weather, not economics
Beets return to prominence: American Crystal Sugar share values show strength
ND school unveils $450,000 ag expansion
Vikings not sure they'll pick offensive guard
DWU men finish 8th at GPAC tourney
Berrios scoreless streak comes to an end against Yanks
Gayville-Volin sweeps Great Plains Conference meet
Jimmy Butler the recruiter? Timberwolves should be recruiting Butler, agent says
Mitchell family begins charity to raise money for Congenital Heart Defects
Wearing 'multitasker' badge of honor despite drawbacks
Colorado couple opens thrift store in Mitchell to benefit area nonprofits
Folding for the less fortunate
Peace Light and Stone celebrates 25 years of business in Mitchell
Dorothy Marie Callies
Violet Mae Freidel
Dale Lewis Thompson
OPINION: Potter's Sasquatch book brings originality
Daugaard: Celebrating South Dakota's conservationists
OPINION: Prosecutors get a new power if a drug deal causes a death
1963 Impala was beautiful, but it fell apart
LETTER: A defense of the NRA
After Parkland shooting, NRA posts biggest fundraising haul in nearly 20 years
Craftsman makes a wake building kayaks and canoes
Angler's fish tale presents learning opportunity
Wiltz: What's the best way to feed dogs?
Wiltz: Deer hunting is mighty important to me
Tom and Sherri
Donna Johnson 85th birthday
February 18, 2018
Tribes call on Washington to respect Native sovereignty
WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal tax overhaul passed in December is "completely unacceptable" to Native Americans, just another example of what can happen when tribes are not included in federal decision-making, a tribal leader said Monday. National Congress of American Indians President...
February 18, 2018 - 3:57pm
April 13, 2016
Woonsocket Redmen no more: School district co-ops final sport
WOONSOCKET — The days of the Woonsocket Redmen are over. The Woonsocket School Board unanimously voted to enter a co-operative agreement...
April 13, 2016 - 1:03am
October 10, 2015
Tribe starts growing plants for 'marijuana resort' in southeast South Dakota
FLANDREAU—The marijuana plants are already growing in a remodeled building on the Flandreau Santee Sioux reservation as the southeast South...
October 10, 2015 - 10:18am
February 23, 2015
Helmsley Trust boosts American Indian public health program
February 23, 2015 - 4:32pm
February 11, 2015
Daugaard forming Native American student advisory council
PIERRE (AP) — Gov.
February 11, 2015 - 1:49pm
December 3, 2014
Obama plan aims to help young American Indians
WASHINGTON (AP) — Pledging to fulfill a "sacred responsibility," President Barack Obama unveiled an initiative Wednesday aimed at improving dire conditions and creating opportunities for American Indian youth, more than a third of whom live in poverty. Obama's Generation Indigenous...
December 3, 2014 - 9:23pm
December 2, 2014
American Indian groups argue over settlement money
WASHINGTON (AP) — More than $380 million in government dollars left over from a federal discrimination settlement with American Indians is in limbo amid disagreements over how the money should be spent. U.S. District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan on Tuesday reviewed a proposal...
December 2, 2014 - 11:44pm
November 20, 2014
Tribes work to create sex-offender registries
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — More than three-quarters of American Indian tribes that have the authority to develop sex-offender registries are well on their way to meeting the legal requirements meant to keep convicted criminals from hiding out on tribal lands, a new report shows. Of...
November 20, 2014 - 11:29pm
December 9, 2013
Chamberlain school board rejects Indian honor song again
By JESSICA GIARD For the Daily Republic CHAMBERLAIN -- A vote to include an American Indian honor song at Chamberlain High School’s graduation ceremony failed for the second time. The school board voted 4-2 against the honor song Monday night at the high school, with one...
December 9, 2013 - 10:23pm
May 20, 2013
SD officials say not enough notice given on ICWA summit
SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- The head of South Dakota's Department of Social Services said the state wasn't given enough notice about a conference on Indian child foster care in Rapid City. The summit that wrapped up Friday brought together representatives from the U.S. Department of...
May 20, 2013 - 7:58am
May 19, 2013
Mitchell area accounts for small part of reservation crime
People charged with crimes on the Crow Creek, Lower Brule Sioux and Yankton Sioux reservations made up 11 percent of defendants on South Dakota's Indian reservations in 2012, according to a new report from the U.S. Attorney's Office. A total of 57 people were charged with crimes...
May 19, 2013 - 5:56pm
April 28, 2013
Activists plan protest if Wounded Knee land sold
RAPID CITY (AP) -- Native American activists have vowed to protest if someone buys and tries to develop a piece of land at the Wounded Knee National Historic landmark in western South Dakota. James Czywczynski has announced that he plans to sell the 40-acre parcel, which sits next...
April 28, 2013 - 11:24pm
April 26, 2013
Standing Rock tribe displeased with planned summit agenda
SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- Members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribal council have written a letter to a U.S. Congressman detailing their displeasure with a planned summit on foster care in South Dakota. The tribal council members sent the letter this week to Rep.
April 26, 2013 - 3:16pm
Chamberlain families want American Indian honoring song at graduation
CHAMBERLAIN (AP) -- Some parents and students in the Chamberlain School District in southeastern South Dakota are resurrecting an effort to persuade the school board to allow an American Indian honoring song during graduation ceremonies. Students have presented a petition to...
April 26, 2013 - 6:34am
April 18, 2013
Daugaard builds trust with tribes
Gov. Dennis Daugaard has been quietly meeting and building relationships with South Dakota's American Indian tribal leaders, and he says the...
April 18, 2013 - 9:28pm