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South Dakota State Adding American Indian Studies Major

The state Board of Regents says South Dakota State University will begin offering an undergraduate degree in American Indian studies starting this fall.

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Judges to Speak at Summit About South Dakota Foster Care

Tribal and state judges will be among the speakers Thursday at a summit focusing on Indian child foster care in South Dakota.

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Quirk in Health Law Will Affect Native Americans in South Dakota

A quirk in the federal health care law that could force tens of thousands of people who identify as Native American to start paying for insurance or pay a fine isn't expected to affect many in the Dakotas.

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Chamberlain School Board Rejects Honor Song Request

American Indian students will not be recognized with an honor song during this year's graduation ceremony at Chamberlain High School in southeastern South Dakota.

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Chamberlain School District Students Seek Special Song at Graduation

Some parents and students in the Chamberlain School District in southeastern South Dakota want the school board to allow a Native American honoring song during graduation ceremonies next month.

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Panel: Offensive Names on Reservation Should Go

A South Dakota panel responsible for getting rid of offensive place names has proposed renaming two creeks and three other geographical features on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation to reflect the area's traditional use for deer hunting.

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Internet Library Opens in Pine Ridge

PINE RIDGE - Pine Ridge residents are celebrating the opening of a public Internet library on the reservation.

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Tribal President: Children Suffer from Removal

RAPID CITY - The president of a South Dakota tribe suing the state's Department of Social Services says Native American children suffer trauma and depression when they are wrongly removed from their homes.

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South Dakota Tribes to File Lawsuit Against Social Services

SIOUX FALLS - Two Native American tribes in South Dakota are expected to file a class action lawsuit Thursday alleging that the state's Department of Social Services has violated the Indian Child Welfare Act.

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Deputy Agriculture Secretary Meeting with South Dakota Tribal Leaders

LOWER BRULE - Deputy Agriculture Secretary Kathleen Merrigan is touring a Native American-owned and operated business and meeting with tribal leaders on the Lower Brule Indian Reservation on Thursday.

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