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National Park Service Plans to Return Bones to Oglala Sioux
The Rapid City Journal reports that the National Park Service is prepared to return prehistoric bones found in Badlands National Park unless another tribe claims them before Septem...
Hiking Arizona’s National Scenic Trail
Grand things happen in the Grand Canyon State...
14th Annual Crazy Horse Ride
The 14 th annual Crazy Horse Ride at Fort Robinson begins on Monday, June 6, which this year will dedicate a portion of the U.S...
Jeffrey Whalen: Oglala Sioux Tribal Council Stealing From Tribal Gaming Funds
In a recent article for the Native Sun News , Jeffry Whalen, a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, charges the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council with pocketing tribal gaming funds that sho...
Oglala Sioux Partners with Black Hills Resort Owner on High-End Tour
The Oglala Sioux Tribe's Canyon Lake Resort and the neighboring non-Indian Badlands Ranch and Resort are partnering to create a four-day, four-night American-Indian theme tour thro...
South Dakota Tribes Market Native Travel to Europeans
Some South Dakota tribes plan to cash in on "Native culture tourism" by creating a "high-end" American Indian theme tour package targeted at Europeans, reported Rapid City Journal ...
Putting a Leash on the ‘Rez Dog’ Problem
Packs of stray dogs, often inflicted with distemper or parvovirus, or infested with mange, roam reservations...
Oglala Sioux Face Federal Lawsuit at Tough Time
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is suing the Oglala Sioux Tribe, arguing that the tribe failed to live up to grant requirements...
Sioux Forgo $1B, Continue Fight to Reclaim Black Hills
The distressed Sioux Nation, spread across 17 reservations from Montana through the Dakotas to Minnesota, will not accept federal money that has accrued in trust accounts from $102...
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