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January 8th, 2021

List of those killed and wounded at the massacre in Wounded Knee

Kimmy Scherer | on December 30, 2020 Editor’s Note: This following list was provided by CRST tribal member Bruce Brown Wolf. The list is not meant to be all […]
January 8th, 2021

“Onion Skin”

Kimmy Scherer | on December 30, 2020 An excerpt from “Onion Skin” by Indigenous poet Laura Dá. Portents of fierce winter  undermined by movement:  the age-old songs  of chill […]
January 8th, 2021

Descendants of survivors of Wounded Knee organize and advocate

Kimmy Scherer | on December 30, 2020 Fran Carr FacebookTwitterEmailFacebook MessengerCopy LinkShare The HAWK 1890 group exists to keep descendants of survivors of Wounded Knee connected to each other and to […]
January 8th, 2021

2020 Big Foot Memorial Ride comes to an end

Kimmy Scherer | on December 30, 2020 Fran Carr FacebookTwitterEmailFacebook MessengerCopy LinkShare The 2020 Big Foot Memorial/Si Tanka Wokiksuye Ride departed Bridger, SD, on December 23.  They arrived at Four […]
January 8th, 2021

Good students suspend disbelief; great students suspend belief

Staff | on February 20, 2019 By Jody Rust FacebookTwitterEmailFacebook MessengerCopy LinkShare In literature, we teach our students to suspend disbelief when they approach a work of fiction. Samuel […]
November 9th, 2020

Lafayette music teacher raps for students about proper way to wear a mask

Leigh Guidry Lafayette Daily Advertiser When Alice Boucher Elementary students walked into music class during the second week of this semester, they were welcomed by their […]
November 9th, 2020

Isolation hurting health of long-term care residents in South Dakota

Kimmy Scherer | on November 01, 2020 Bart Pfankuch South Dakota News Watch As nursing homes and assisted-living facilities have restricted the movements of residents and eliminated most in-person […]
November 9th, 2020

South Dakota COVID-19 deaths rise dangerously fast

Kimmy Scherer | on November 01, 2020 Fran Carr South Dakota has topped the list for increase in new deaths from COVID-19 per capita in the United States. No changes […]
August 6th, 2020

Police looking for Box Elder man after fatal stabbing in Rapid City

Police are looking for a Box Elder man suspected of fatally stabbing a man early Thursday morning in Rapid City. Someone called 911 at 4:50 a.m. […]
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