RedCan 2021 returns and reconnects community

  The transformed apartment complex on Eagle Butte’s Main Street. (Photo courtesy of Cheyenne River Youth Project.) EAGLE BUTTE — It’s always exciting when artists, performers, volunteers, and guests gather at the Cheyenne River Youth Project in Eagle Butte, South Dakota, for the four-day RedCan invitational graffiti jam. But this

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Shared by Native Sun News Today July 22, 2021

Letter to Biden

  One of the first actions taken by President Biden back in January was issuing an executive memorandum on tribal consultation and strengthening Nation-to-Nation relationships. This memorandum was a reaffirmation of a similar memorandum from President Obama in 2009. Obama’s memorandum was an affirmation of President Clinton’s Executive Order (EO)

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Shared by Native Sun News Today July 22, 2021

Remembering Bill Groethe

July 24th Celebration Of Life for Bill Groethe   11:00am-12:00pm: Calvary Lutheran Church 4:30-10:00pm: Canyon Lake Park-Shelter #2   Bring yourself and your memories! Bill’s family will host the picnic, and will provide all food and beverages.   William McAndrew “Bill” Groethe was born Nov. 2, 1923, and passed peacefully, surrounded

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Shared by Native Sun News Today July 16, 2021

Little Big Horn Re-enactment—Crow Style

Little Big Horn Re-enactment—Crow Style (Photo Courtesy of Real Bird’s Little Bighorn & Custer Reenactment. FB page) “War is never good; we go to war for peace.” By Clara Caufield, NSNT Correspondent   GARRYOWEN, MT—The grandstands at the June 25th anniversary re-enactment of the Battle of the Little Big Horn

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Shared by Native Sun News Today July 15, 2021

Seven honored by Oglala Sioux Tribe

WANBLI—Last Friday at Crazy Horse School in Wanbli, the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council opened their regularly scheduled meeting by honoring seven tribal members for contributions to the tribe. Jade Ecoffey was the first honoree. Going into her junior year at Red Cloud, Ecoffey has been a fixture in South Dakota

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Shared by Native Sun News Today July 9, 2021