Scales of Justice and Judge's Gavel

SD Man Pleads Not Guilty in Federal Court to IHS Clinic Break-In

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – A Kadoka man has pleaded not guilty to breaking into an Indian Health Service clinic in Wanblee and stealing prescription painkillers. Twenty-year-old Lynn Standing Bear is charged in federal court with larceny. The Rapid City Journal reports that he is being held without bond in Rapid City. Authorities allege...
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Walleye Classic & Festival in Akaska

AKASKA, S.D. (KOLY)- A highly lucrative Walleye Classic & Festival in Akaska is quickly approaching. Next Friday and Saturday July 26th and 27th are the dates of the Walleye tournament. There are over 18 thousand in cash payouts based on the 60 teams. The tournament will feature a 3 man team format. The 1st...
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Mount Rushmore

East Coast Vacation Ad Places Mount Rushmore in ND

FARGO, N.D. (AP) – The famous faces of Mount Rushmore remain in western South Dakota – not in North Dakota as one vacation mailer on the East Coast claims. The AAA advertisement for “Great American Vacations” features a postcard of the chiseled presidential visages of Jefferson, Lincoln, Washington and Teddy Roosevelt emblazoned with “North...
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Tribes Call for Lakota-Based Education

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – Tribal members in South Dakota are calling for their own Lakota-based curriculum for students. The Rapid City Journal reports that education was one of the topics discussed at the final day of a three-day gathering of tribes in Rapid City. Tuffy Lunderman is a council representative for the Rosebud...
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