RST Council nearing dangerous precedent

By Alfred Walking Bull, The Sicangu Eyapaha   The Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council went through one of its most difficult legislative challenges in recent memory, concerning the future of Police Chief Grace Her Many Horses on May 30 and June 7. It decided that any tribal employee – regardless of enrollment – can be firedContinue reading “RST Council nearing dangerous precedent”

Fire burning out of control in Crazy Horse Canyon

GRASS MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY – An out of control fire is burning on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in south central South Dakota.   The fire, which began late in the day on June 14, is believed to be human caused. Local firefighters initially had the blaze under control that same evening. However, high winds caused theContinue reading “Fire burning out of control in Crazy Horse Canyon”

Candidate list is certified, Rosebud’s Primary Election is July 26 2012

Seventy (70) candidates were certified as eligible to run for election by the Rosebud Sioux Tribal Election Board last week. Their names will appear on a ballot for the Primary Election set for July 26, 2012.   Tribal members are encouraged to vote. Any enrolled tribal member who is at least eighteen (18) years oldContinue reading “Candidate list is certified, Rosebud’s Primary Election is July 26 2012”