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

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ROSEBUD OFFICIAL CALLS REPUBLICAN VOTE ON KEYSTONE BILL AN 'ACT OF WAR'

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From Staff Reports

WASHINGTON — As Sen. Elizabeth Ann Warren, D-Mass., called for executive session, the Senate chambers last Tuesday suddenly fell silent as a shrill Lakota voice rose from the back of the crowded hall.

“The sergeant-at-arms will restore order,” Warren demanded immediately. “Restore order in the gallery.”

BUCHE FOODS STORE TOPS GOAL IN ANNUAL BREAST CANCER FUNDRAISER

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From Buche Foods

Buche Foods’ teams have proven again they can bring their “A” game when it comes to raising funds for a worthy cause, and the Mission store is a clear example.

“I’m humbled and very fortunate to work with such a good group of people that truly goes above and beyond to meet our expectations,” said RF Buche, president of GF Buche Company.

“We took RF’s challenge and had some fun with it, just to ensure we would beat our company goal,” added Mission Store Manager Mike Husman.

The goal was to exceed last year’s record.

ROSEBUD TRIBAL UTILITY COMMISSION DRAFTING NEW RESIDENTIAL DISCONNECTION ORDINANCE

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REPORT

Tribal Utility Commission

The Rosebud Sioux Tribe has annually adopted state regulations governing electricity disconnection protocol for residential customers.

 Tribal Utility Commission has annually adopted the South Dakota state regulations governing the disconnection of residential electricity customers.

This year is no different.

OUR CHILDREN ARE CHANGING IN WAYS WE MAY NOT YET UNDERSTAND

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COMMENT

It is said new influences in our environment are evolving the next generation of children in unexpected ways. Now, scientists are seeing children being born with high frequency energy fields, and they are being damaged by society, schools, and ingredients found in various vaccines.

Modern medicine does not yet recognize this subtle energy field, and with high frequency kids, the conductive material in vaccines is expanding consciousness away from the body to varying degrees, which can produce a migration into the spectrum of autism and Aspergers.

ARE HUMANS THE DRIVING FORCE BEHIND DESTRUCTIVE CLIMATE CHANGE?

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EDITORIAL

People here on the reservation probably find little time to consder the implications, but recent pleas for massive carbon dioxide reduction worldwide, coming from the European Union (EU) and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) at their New Zealand conference of world leaders, are still not enough to truly lessen the impact of anthropogenic climate disruption (ACD), known as “climate change,” or stem massive wildlife disappearances now occurring globally, and points to other signs of an increasingly unstable climate across the planet.

METH USE ON ROSEBUD REZ HAS CLEARLY REACHED EPIDEMIC PROPORTIONS

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COUNCIL REPORT

By Rep. Calvin “Hawkeye” Waln

It’s always an honor to address the Oyate and I take pride in being transparent, so you have a better understanding of crucial issues within the Rosebud Sioux Tribe.

The issues I will report on this month concern tribal finances, Keystone XL pipeline, methamphetamines, and the tribe’s lawsuits.

NATIVE AMERICANS' EDUCATIONAL, SOCIAL NEEDS REMAIN SIGNIFICANTLY UNMET

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COUNCIL REPORT

By Rep. Richard “Tuffy” Lunderman

Families with students in 11th and 12th grades should start preparing for college or tech school. This means financial aid.

In the world of higher education outside of the reservation the expectation is that higher education is a family responsibility. Parents need to be actively involved. Parents are encouraged to not leave the application filing for post-secondary education and financial aid up to teachers or counselors. Know the process and what is needed and required.

HOMELESS LAKOTA VETS ON ROSEBUD STAGE CAMPOUT WHILE AWAITING SHELTER

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HOMELESS

By Gregg Bear

ROSEBUD — As the nights steadily grow colder, a group of homeless veterans remain camped at the fairgrounds here where they’ve lived since Rosebud Fair ended in August.

The group, numbering as many as seven some nights, employ blankets and body heat to keep warm in the single tent on the coldest nights.

Led by John Sharp Fish, 68, and his younger brother Gerald, 63, the men say they’re hoping an apartment provided by SWA housing opens soon.

INCREASING ANIMAL LOSS: IS EARTH NEARING POINT OF NO RETURN?

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EDITORIAL

It was bound to happen sooner than later. Planet Earth is finally reaching what could become a major tipping point. People are now using up Earth’s natural resources faster than they can be replenished.

Fish, birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles disappeared by 52 percent between 1970 and 2010, far faster than previously thought, the World Wildlife Fund said.

SINTE GLESKA UNIVERSITY HOSTS CONFERENCE ON KIDNEY TRANSPLANTS

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SGU NEWS

By Teddie Rae Herman

MISSION — Sanford Transplant Center and Sinte Gleska University recently collaborated to educate the public about kidney disease and transplants.

Jessica Utecht-Whillock, transplant clinical care, did an overview of a kidney's functions, diseases causing kidney failure, prevention, kidney transplant, and kidney donation. 

Wayne Bear Shield, a transplant recipient, spoke about his own experiences, and when he first discovered he had diabetes. 

THROWING 'GOD' OUT THE WINDOW COULD LEAVE YOU GREATER INNER PEACE

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OPINION

By Junior Mazaska

Though my family wasn’t very religious, I was raised with the notion that spirituality was an important aspect of life. To me, the question of God or Tunkasila was always an open question mark.

Other than creating a wondrous Universe, the Higgs boson, and perhaps some acknowledgement after death, God doesn’t participate much in our daily lives. From birth to death, we’re left largely to our own devices, except for inexplicable luck.

EDUCATION ON RESERVATIONS CAN WORK WITH RIGHT ATTITUDE, ADEQUATE FUNDING

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COUNCIL REPORT

By Rep. Richard “Tuffy” Lunderman

There has been an education crisis permeating our reservations for decades. The federal government and state public education systems have failed in Indian education. Philosophically, the goal was never really to educate. Their purpose was assimilation.

NEW COUNCIL GETTING WORK DONE; RST LOBBYIST LIKELY OVERPAID THOUSANDS

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COUNCIL REPORT

By Rep. Calvin “Hawkeye” Waln

The recent tribal election produced nine new faces on the RST Council. Some will be serving for the first time and some bring experience. I am proud to say business is getting done and we have unity. Many of the newly elected bring positive goals to the table. I see the council in the past month functioning as one heart and a collective mind.

RST GOVERNMENT FAILS ATTEMPT TO REIN-IN LAKOTA VOICE WEBSITE

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POLITICS

By Gregg Bear

ROSEBUD — An emotional effort by the Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council recently to have its attorney general launch an official probe into an online news blog and its editor was narrowly defeated in council chambers by a 6-5 vote.

The Aug. 25 attempt by a perturbed Rep. Alvin Bettelyoun to compel AG Aisha Concha to conduct an official inquiry into LakotaVoice.com website and its outspoken editor would have set chilling new precedence in curbing free speech and free press on the reservation, say political observers.

ST. FRANCIS MAN GETS 37 MONTHS FOR ASSAULT WITH DANGEROUS WEAPON

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IN FEDERAL COURT

From Staff Reports

RS 2014 GENERAL ELECTION GALVANIZES UNPRECEDENTED TURNOUT OF VOTERS

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POLITICS

From Staff Reports

ROSEBUD — The Aug. 28 general election saw an unprecedented turnout of voters in a first-ever mid-term election on the Rosebud Indian Reservation that did not feature presidential and vice presidential candidates.

This year’s reservation-wide tribal election marked the conclusion of three-year terms for one-half of the powerful 20-member Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council, replacing a stunning 9 of 10 seats, including a couple who served before.

NEW BLOOD ON RST COUNCIL MAY SEE LACK OF QUORUM AN ISSUE OF THE PAST

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COUNCIL REPORT

By Rep. Calvin “Hawkeye” Waln

I respectfully present my monthly council report. As always, the information is from recorded meetings, as well as my own opinion. Since representatives are also elected at-large by 20 communities, I include my report in the local newspaper to share with as many enrolled members as I can.

As I start my third year, I welcome the newly elected and returning council rep, and I look forward to serving with you.

STIRRING 2014 SINTE GLESKA UNIVERSITY GRADUATION INCLUDES 5 NEW NURSES

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EDUCATION

By Teddie Rae Herman-Rogers

ANTELOPE — Sinte Gleska University celebrated its 42nd annual Wounspe Wowapi Yusutapi and its 31st annual GED Wounspe Wowapi Yusutapi on Aug. 22, at the Wakinyan Wanbli Multipurpose Building.

Lakol Woicicunze: Sicangu Oyate nahan Sinte Gleska Owayawa Wakatuya. Wakicunza ki Ta Woihanble ki “Ho Wana! Woicicunze Unkicicage pi kte.”

Commencement them: “Sharing the Sicangu Oyate and SGU founders’ vision and how we make the promise to fulfill their vision.”

MR. LIONEL BORDEAUX: YOUR LEADERSHIP REQUESTED AT A SPECIAL PRISON HONORING

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LETTERS

We, the many brothers and relatives in the Jameson prison complex in Sioux Falls, hereby humbly request the presence, leadership and help of our beloved brother and friend, Mr. Lionel Bordeaux, president of Sinte Gleska University at Antelope, to attend and lead us in a special honoring at our cultural powwow, to be held on Oct. 18, 2014.

RST GOVERNMENT SECRECY, UNEXPLAINED DELAYS HAS CHARBONNEAU HEIRS FRUSTRATINGLY PERPLEXED

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LETTERS

Dear Editor:

I made repeated requests and spent hours sitting through RST Council meetings hoping to correct an action taken July 16 dealing with a Charbonneau land resolution.

My wife and I were told we would be heard Aug. 26. Again, we waited through the day until 4:15 p.m. The council called executive session regarding another land issue.

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