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Possibly 2 die when car flies through air, goes through St. Paul city bus
Pukwana woman arrested on child abuse charge after being found with meth
Kushner failed to disclose dozens of financial holdings, new document shows
Sessions discussed Trump campaign-related matters with Russian ambassador, US intelligence intercepts show
Minneapolis police chief resigns after shooting; replacement nominated
The 401(k) match is back, and it's getting bigger
Starbucks' latest bid to perk up sales growth: on-tap coffee
J.C. Penney to add toy sections in all stores
Shopping habits are hurting American jobs, especially today
Amazon.com on pace to break sales record for 'Prime Day'
Hutterite colony by Stratford plans to grow swine facility
OUR VIEW: To the farmers, thank you
Official on derailment: Track failure ‘a matter of time’
Column: I confess, I no longer pray for rain
Corn crop on the verge of collapse under brutally dry conditions
Watertown tops Mitchell twice for region title
Report: Timberwolves one of ‘preferred landing spots’ for Kyrie Irving
United's Kallman working to be a more vocal leader
Vikings' Murray to report to camp Sunday
Twins' 1987 title still painful after all these years
Saddle making: Hobby turned full-time career
Flax oil good for humans, pets
Bee management practices continually changing
Blooming beauty: How to freshen up hair and makeup for spring
'The Cemetery Club' handles the topic of grief with care
Viola Grace Vander Tuin
Lauren C. Meiers
Column: There are several ways to enjoy grilled watermelon
Column: Mom uses kindness to teach about differences
NOEM: Too many veteran lives lost
OUR VIEW: An open records request
THUNE: The internet needs a law, not a regulation
Wiltz: A dream of an outdoor TV show
South Dakota drought conditions affect pheasant population
Bass fishing tournament to be held in South Dakota
Wiltz: What exactly was a mountain man?
Wiltz: Fishing and prairie dogs is a full SD day
Lori Vogt Bridal Shower
Richard 'Wally' Moe
Florence (Smith) Wilson
Jim and Connie Lynde
June 6, 2017
Dakotas buffalo trail tour traces story of American bison
PIERRE (AP) — From historical details of Native Americans' final great wild buffalo hunts to tales of the animal's rescue from near extinction, a new self-guided tour across 10 sites in the western Dakotas tells the story of the last stand of the American bison, the national mammal....
June 6, 2017 - 4:00pm
April 12, 2017
Climate change upsets lives guided by nature, Native Americans say
CHUKUT KUK, Arizona - The impacts of climate change stretch from the loss of polar bear habitat to African crop failures to threatening a seasonal...
April 12, 2017 - 12:44pm
March 23, 2017
Oklahoma tribe approves gay marriage as Native American groups debate issue
PAWHUSKA, Okla. - A Native American tribe in Oklahoma has voted to allow same-sex marriage, joining a small group of prominent tribes changing...
March 23, 2017 - 8:56am
March 8, 2017
ROUNDS: Upholding our responsibility to our native population
Our tribal population is amidst a government-induced health care crisis as a result of decades of mismanagement and poor leadership at the Indian...
March 8, 2017 - 5:06pm
October 25, 2016
Hemp may be next gold mine for Native American tribes
(Reuters) - Casinos on Native American land have poured billions into tribal economies since the late 1980s, lifting many people from poverty. Now, some hope, cultivating industrial hemp could do the same. Under U.S. law, hemp - which comes from the same family of plants that produce...
October 25, 2016 - 12:42pm
September 30, 2016
Congress OKs commission to study Native children's programs
SIOUX FALLS (AP) — A commission would identify the complex challenges facing Native American children across the country and recommend improvements to programs serving that population under legislation approved by Congress and sent to the president. The U.S. Senate gave final...
September 30, 2016 - 11:13am
September 29, 2016
Undoing historical wrongs to our Native American citizens
Imagine a scenario today in which the federal government, with no due process, forcibly removes children of a specific race from their homes...
September 29, 2016 - 10:04am
September 16, 2016
USD trying to attract more Native Americans to law school
SIOUX FALLS (AP) — The University of South Dakota has joined an initiative that is trying to attract more Native Americans to law school. The university in Vermillion is now part of the the Pipeline to Law Initiative, which encourages Native Americans to pursue a law degree, providing...
September 16, 2016 - 10:54am
April 30, 2016
OPINION: The RESPECT Act
It is hard to believe that in 2016, our Native American neighbors and friends are still legally subject to a number of hateful and paternalistic federal laws. Unfortunately, that's the case, but I am working to reverse a list of historic wrongs against Native American citizens brought...
April 30, 2016 - 9:47am
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
February 12, 2016
Your assumptions about Native Americans and alcohol are wrong
That widely held assumption that Native Americans drink way more than other groups?Not really accurate, according to a study published this week in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence. Researchers found that Native Americans are more likely than white counterparts to abstain from...
February 12, 2016 - 6:15pm
February 4, 2016
OUR VIEW: Action should have been quicker on IHS issues
Why does it take "a state of emergency" for some problems to garner the attention they deserve? This seems to be the case with Indian Health Service hospitals, which treat American Indians in four Great Plains states, including the Dakotas, Iowa and Nebraska. The Great Plains Area...
February 4, 2016 - 4:59pm
October 13, 2015
Cancer program focused on Natives gets Ralph Lauren donation
SIOUX FALLS (AP) — A program that for years has worked to improve cancer cure rates and treatment among South Dakota's Native American population is getting some help from the fashion industry. The Walking Forward program managed by Avera Health has been awarded a $50,000 donation...
October 13, 2015 - 11:29am
October 12, 2015
More cities are recognizing Native Americans on Columbus Day
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — More cities are recognizing Native Americans on Columbus Day this year as they revive a movement to change the name of the holiday to celebrate the history and contributions of indigenous cultures around the country. As the U.S. observes Columbus Day...
October 12, 2015 - 12:28pm
Brendan Johnson plans to work with tribes in law firm job
SIOUX FALLS (AP) — Brendan Johnson returns to private practice in a job he says will build on what he did during his 5 1/2 years as U.S. attorney for South Dakota. He left that position Wednesday to open a Sioux Falls office for the Minneapolis-based law firm Robins Kaplan...
March 12, 2015 - 4:46pm