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

MULTIPLE ISSUES THE OYATE NEED TO SERIOUSLY CONSIDER

COUNCIL REPORT

By Rep. Calvin Waln

LACK OF QUORUMS

BUCHE FOODS GIVEN ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR FISCAL YEAR

From Staff Reports

MISSION — Buche Foods, Mission branch, was given the Pinnacle Achievement Award last month in Omaha at the 82nd annual Affiliated Foods Midwest fall food show.

A PERSONAL REQUEST FOR PROTECTION FROM THE RST PRESIDENT

LETTERS

Dear Editor:

I am writing about the recent decision made by RST President Cyril Scott to place employees of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe on furlough status.

STILL PUSHING TOWARDS AN HONEST, UNCORRUPT RST GOVERNMENT

COUNCIL REPORT

By Rep. Calvin Waln

LENDING MONEY TO FRIEND REAPS ONE TELLING REWARD

COMMENTARY

By Gregg Bear

A young woman I've known a long time came to me wanting to borrow money.

FINDING DEMOCRACY ON THE DISTANT PLAINS

COMMENTARY

By Gregg Bear

TREATY COUNCILS HOLD SUMMIT TO HIGHLIGHT CONCERNS

From Staff Reports

VALENTINE — Treaty officials from South Dakota gathered recently at Rosebud Casino for a three-day summit, giving voice to issues ranging from education to protection of sovereignty, to failures in IRA governments.

NEW SICANGU PROPANE PROMISES BETTER DELIVERY, MODERATE RATES

From Staff Reports

MISSION — Sicangu Propane, after a faltering start earlier this year, is the latest REDCO business venture to get off the ground, starting with a free promotional delivery to a senior citizen.

SOUTH DAKOTA PROTESTORS WANT LOCALS TO KNOW POTENTIAL PIPELINE DANGERS

From Staff Reports

WINNER — Protestors converged on the town of Winner last month to raise local awareness of the potential ramifications to the area if the controversial Keystone XL pipeline is approved by President Obama.

According to one protest organizer, Karen Little Thunder, an underground 36-inch diameter pipe would be employed to move synthetic crude and diluted bitumen from Tar Sands in Alberta, Canada, to Steele City, Nebraska.

UNDER PRESSURE, RST COUNCIL TABLES CONTROVERSIAL LINEAL DESCENDANT LAW FOR NOW

From Staff Reports

ROSEBUD — After getting hit with a powerful backlash, the RST Council last week approved a motion that tables a new lineal descendants amendment that had wiped out all benefits to lineal enrollees.

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