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Karate Comes to a Close

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It was a wonderful closing celebration for the 3- week Karate short course held at St Francis Indian School. Picture below with Drs Merino & Abe is Tanna Left Hand Bull who was given special recognition for her hard work and dedication. Dubbed a ‘natural’ by her sensei (teacher), Cesare Moreno said, “ Tanna’s  willingness to learn, her preserverence, her strength and passion are characters that Karate builds upon.” 

It was Dr. Abe’s dream to offer Karate, particularly to Native youth at St Francis, with hopes of building more awareness for a broader world through

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Mission’s Welcome Neighbor Day is September 13

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MISSION – Everyone is invited to the annual Mission Chamber of Commerce Welcome Neighbor Day on Saturday, September 13. A special invitation to all new teachers and community members. This day is also a thank you to Mission business customers for

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Black Pipe Store Grand Opening

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By Michaela Bryan

The Black Pipe community, near Norris, celebrated the grand opening of the Black Pipe Convenience Store on Friday, August 1. The store is owned and operated by the Rosebud Sioux Tribe and the Black Pipe Community. The newly paved

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Ice Bucket Challenge Comes to Todd County

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By Elaine Emery

The Ice Bucket Challenge has been going viral across the internet on media sites nationwide. It has now come to Todd County and other local areas.

The ice bucket challenge is an activity involving dumping a bucket of ice water on

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RST Lakota Immersion Project holds Open House

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By Michaela Bryan

The Lakota Immersion Project “Wakanyeja Tiokihe Oti” is funded through the Rosebud Sioux Tribe’s Department of Education. The program held an open house on Monday, June 2. 

The Lakota Immersion Project’s building is