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Audubon Society urges state to consult with tribes on mountain lion hunting permits

   PIERRE — Taking advantage of a public comment period, the Prairie Hills Audubon Society is urging South Dakota state government to go a step further and consult with tribes about issuing permits for killing mountain lions in Indian reservation Full Story

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Tribes decry court decision to let DAPL oil keep flowing

   WASHINGTON — A federal judge ruled against tribal arguments on Oct. 11, when he declared that the contested Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) can continue pumping oil across the Missouri River, while the U.S. Full Story

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Black Bonnet’s first book brings a chill

   DEADWOOD –– By Page 13, I had chills, and it wasn’t just because this was the fogged-in first day of fall, with the coldest temperatures since March dogging at Mary Black Bonnet’s “virgin” visit to the South Dakota Festival of Books, as she described Full Story

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Seismic tests to enable fracking alarming

Oglala leaders concerned

   EDGEMONT–– As crews launched fieldwork here this month to conduct seismic tests to enable oil- and- gas fracking, native rights advocates called foul- play over lack of consultation with tribes in 1868 Ft. Laramie Treaty territory. Full Story

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Time expires on Black Hills payment to tribes: Legislation needed

Indigenous rights leaders proclaim: U.N. declaration guides sacred land security

   PIEDMONT ––The Sept 10 signing here of an elders’ proclamation for indigenous rights culminated the fourth annual Unity Concert to support the Black Hills Initiative. Full Story

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DAPL sues resisters for $1 billion

Corporate claim fingers Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s lawyers for racketeering in ‘the Enterprise’

   FARGO, N. D. –– The Fortune 500 company answerable for building the Dakota Access Pipeline across unceded 1851 Ft. Full Story

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Unity Concert goes out in a flash of glory

   PIEDMONT –– When Lyla June Johnston accepted an invitation to perform her music here at the first annual Black Hills Unity Concert, the singer-songwriter and poet knew nothing about the cause.  “I’m Diné, a Navajo. Full Story

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New petition to legalize marijuana in S.D.

Legalization measure would position Native American producers in market

   SPEARFISH –– A new petition would let South Dakota voters decide whether to legalize all Cannabis – from hemp to marijuana – “killing” illegal sales and positioning Native American producers first in a free-market environment, according to its author Full Story

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