CRST Tribal Chairman Frazier’s Column

Statement from Chairman Harold Frazier regarding legislation proposed by Governor Kristi Noem I am disappointed again with the leader of South Dakota. The Governor has not discussed any proposed legislation with the Sioux Nation or Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. This proposed legislation is designed to further an agenda of shoving this pipeline down our throats. She is putting the economic […]

Living in balance: what does that mean?

A common bit of advice I have heard over the years is that we should each be ourselves, and not worry about what other people think. While that sounds great, and plays into the idea that we each march to the beat of a different drummer, I am not sure that is the best advice to give or take. Granted, […]

Several TV series explore history and space and warrant viewing on cold nights

Netflix is currently running Black Earth Rising, the story of a young woman raised with privilege and prestige by an international human rights lawyer, Eve Ahsby, living in Britain. Legal Investigator Kate Ahsby, adopted out of Rwanda during the genocide of the 1990’s, struggles with her desire to know her biological family and to reconcile the anger she feels about […]


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