PUBLISHED ON THE GREAT ROSEBUD SIOUX INDIAN RESERVATION, ROSEBUD, SOUTH DAKOTA 57570

PUBLISHED ALLEGATIONS AGAINST RST'S NEW ATTORNEY GENERAL LARGELY UNTRUE

POLITICS

By Gregg Bear

INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE: IS IT PROPERLY SERVING ITS PATIENTS?

Attention Indian Health Service (IHS) Patients

ROSEBUD OFFICIALS WORRY XL PIPELINE MAY JEOPARDIZE WOMEN, CHILDREN IN SO-CALLED 'MAN-CAMPS'

From Staff Reports

ROSEBUD — Officials of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe have openly expressed worry that Keystone XL pipeline poses danger for Indian women and children, if it is approved by President Obama, and a former police chief helps feed into that worry.

RST COUNCIL AUTHORITY USURPED BY MIS-APPLIED ACCOUNTING MANUAL

COUNCIL REPORT

By Rep. Richard Lunderman

OYATE SHOULD RAISE COLLECTIVE VOICES SO PRESIDENT, COUNCIL CAN HEAR

COUNCIL REPORT

By Rep. Calvin "Hawkeye" Waln

I would like to take this time to provide the Oyate with a Tribal Council report for the past two months.

DO TRIBAL MEMBERS WANT THE FBI TO CATEGORIZE THEM AS TERRORISTS?

ANALYSIS

By Gregg Bear

FEDERAL COURT: FORMER ELECTED OFFICIAL SENTENCED FOR FIRE STATION LARCENY; MORE

John Swift, 55, St. Francis, convicted of stealing from local fire station, was ordered on Nov. 25, by Judge Roberto Lange, to repay nearly $10,000 in restitution, fined $500, and given 2 years probation.

Swift, a former member of RST Council, was indicted Feb. 13. Stalling nearly 6 months through plea bargaining, he finally pleaded guilty to larceny on July 23.

CITIZENS SHOULD FLOOD PERSONS OF AUTHORITY WITH DEMANDS FOR CHANGE

By Gregg Bear

Increasingly, America is becoming a police state. Across the country, not a day goes by that you don’t read or hear of innocent people getting shot or killed by police.

SECOND RECALL PETITION AGAINST RST PRESIDENT SCOTT FALLS SHORT

POLITICS

By Gregg Bear

SEN. McCASKILL WON'T GET AWAY WITH HER PLANNED DESTRUCTION

COMMENTARY

By OJ Semans Sr.

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