International COVID Booster Vaccine Testing in Rapid City

By Clara Caufield, Native Sun News Today Staff Writer In light of the new surge of COVID-19 variants sweeping the country, it is very good news that some ground-breaking research on a new COVID vaccine booster is taking place right in Rapid City – showing very promising results at being more effective than what is currently available. Dr. Jeffery Henderson, […]

Yellow Thunder buys 48-acres in Whiteclay

PORCUPINE – Group buys 48 acres in Whiteclay. The parcels purchased are located on the east side of Highway 87 across from the Oglala Sioux Nursing Home and former Lakota Hope Center. A limited liability company owned by John Maisch, who currently serves as an Associate Professor of Legal Studies at the University of Central Oklahoma, purchased 16 acres in […]

Northern Cheyenne Healing Trail

By Gerry Robinson, Native Sun News Today Correspondent On September 9, 1878, three hundred and fifty-three Northern Cheyenne broke away from the Darlington Agency in Indian Territory, what is now Oklahoma. They were intent on returning to their northern homeland in and around the Black Hills. They left the southern agency because many of their number had died from the […]

Canada compensates boarding school victims in the amount of $40 billion

  By Delphine Red Shirt, Native Sun News Today Correspondent The Canadian government agreed to provide compensation in the amount of $40 billion ($31 billion in U.S. dollars) for the children taken from indigenous families after First Nations Child and Family Caring Society (FNCFCS) and the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) filed a human rights complaint against Canada, fifteen years […]