Debra Kay Bridwell

EAGLE BUTTE – Debra Kay Bridwell, Wanyeca Win “Firefly Woman”, 65, journeyed to the Spirit World peacefully at her home on Friday, January 24, 2020 in Santa Fe, N.M. Debi was born in Ogden, Utah to Arthur R. Bridwell and Mildred “Meeter” Bridwell on August 1, 1954. She was the 8th child born to this blended family of 13.  Debi […]

Belva Cyrene Eagle

EAGLE BUTTE – Belva Cyrene Eagle, 82, journeyed to the Spirit World on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at the Sanford Hospital in Bismarck, N.D. Belva Cyrene Eagle was born to loving parents of Felix and Alvina (Richards) Eagle on March 6, 1937 in Bullhead. Belva lived in Little Eagle and Bullhead, in her early years.  Belva attended V11-I49 Eagle, Belva […]

Connie Louise (Wilcox) Fast Horse

PHOENIX, Ariz. – Connie Louise (Wilcox) Fast Horse, 67, mad her journey to the Spirit World on Sunday, February 9, 2020 at the ST. Joseph Hospital in Phoenix, Ariz. Connie Louise (Wilcox) Fast Horse was born on July 10, 1952 in Kadoka to Howard J. “Skee” Wilcox, Jr. and Francis J. (Sears) Wilcox. Connie is survived by her spouse, C.L. […]

Jesse D. Jones

VALENTINE, Neb. – Jesse D. Jones, 38, journeyed to the Spirit World on Friday, February 7, 2020. Honorary Pall Bearers were all cousins, aunties, uncles, nieces, nephews and relatives. Funeral Services were held on Thursday, February 13, 2020 at the Fr. Paul Hall in Mission, with Fr. Jacob Boddicker, S.J. officiating.

Ferris LaPointe

VALENTINE, Neb. – Ferris LaPointe, 44, made his journey to the Spirit World on Sunday, February 9, 2020. Ferris is survived by his wife, April LaPointe; children, Althea Elizabeth, Tawnsy Paige, Rianne Hope, Richard Israel, Syann Sky, Leslie Jerry Bryan, Lovely Sky and Diamond Hope; grandchildren, Mario Connors, III Semirah Connors, Aleress Connors, Ferris LaPointe, Ariah Ferris Menard; Siblings, Tina […]

Bernadine Lois Fast Horse-Littleton

WOUNDED KNEE – Bernadine Lois Fast Horse-Littleton, 61, made her journey to the Spirit World on Saturday, February 8, 2020 at the Rapid City Regional Hospital. Bernadine Lois Littleton was born on April 29, 1958 at home in Wounded Knee to Elfreda and Bernard Littleton. Bernadine was enrolled with the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. In 1972, she married Talbert Fast […]

A little taste of Japan on Omaha Street

The Japanese word “Ichiban” translates to mean “Number One.” And if you are looking for a restaurant that in number one in Japanese cuisine, then the restaurant on Omaha Street called Ichiban’s is the place to go. Grouchy used to stop there about every other week because one of Grouchy’s good friends, Jimmy Zzzz, used to love the dish called […]

Is President’s Day a holiday for Indians?

Everyone at Native Sun News took Monday off and we don’t know why because we never celebrate President’s Day, but it seems that everybody else does and that puts us in a bind. The schools are closed so mothers and fathers have to be home to care for the kids. Most of the businesses are close so that our ad […]

The Way it Was

A moron unleashed

A woman was visiting Washington and she happened to see a bunch of Republican senators walking to a meeting. She said, “They were all standing upright and I found that hard to believe since none of them have any spines.” And boy is she right. After the “spineless” Republican senate refused to impeach Trump it seems they forgot one little […]