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Oglala Sioux Tribe Breaks Ground on Veterans Cemetery Despite Opposition
With the benefit of a recent $6.5 million grant from the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) in Pine Ridge, South Dakota broke ground in early October on a...
Indian Country Reacts to Russell Means Passing
As his life is honored in Kyle, South Dakota today, many across Indian country have reacted to the passing of self-described “Oglala Freedom Fighter” Russell Means , who began his ...
Keystone XL Pipeline Faces Tribal Opposition Ahead of First Presidential Debate
The $7 billion Keystone XL Pipeline raised its controversial head on the eve of the first presidential debate, signaling that contenders President Barack Obama and Republican presi...
Oglala Sioux Tribe’s Alcohol Lawsuit Dismissed in Federal Court Without Prejudice
On October 1, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) against brewers, retailers and distributors of alcohol sold in Whiteclay, Nebraska...
Tribe Says Interior Department Withholding Crime Data
WASHINGTON – Oglala Sioux tribal officials are alleging that the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) of the U.S...
Lakota Community Battles Deadly Rodent-Spread Hantavirus
Patti Jo King
The Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) has initiated an intensive awareness and prevention program in order to address a recent Hantavirus outbreak in the Pine Ridge Village District ...
Oglala Sioux Transit Keeps Pine Ridge Moving
“Our 10 buses, each holding 16 to 22 riders, start as early as 4:30 in the morning, heading for 35 stops around the reservation,” said Emma Featherman-Sam, Oglala Sioux Transit coo...
‘Call Me,’ Says U.S. Attorney Brendan Johnson to Oglala Demand for New Murder Investigations
Cases of unexplained deaths occurring on or near the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation since the 1970s should be re-opened and reinvestigated, the Oglala Sioux Tribe has told U.S...
Sioux Nation Superstore Claims Spoiled-Meat Problems Fixed
Richard Whitmarsh, director of Sioux Nation Superstore, in Pine Ridge, South Dakota, has responded publicly to charges of spoiled-meat sales that closed down first the store’s meat...
A Park on Pine Ridge: A Longtime Partnership May Finally Lead to the United States's First Tribal National Park
It has taken decades of discussions. There are still hurdles to overcome. But now, the country’s first tribal national park may soon become a reality...
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