FARGO SCHOOL TALK Lakota dancer thrills audiences at Agassiz
Native American Lakota and Anishinabe hoop dancer and performer Kevin Locke (Tokaheya Inajin) visited students in the Woodrow and Adult Learning Center programs Tuesday at Agassiz, with a message ab... Posted on 11/14/12 at 6:14 PM
REPUBLIC INSIDER Russell Means and the Great Mystery
Russell Means is the latest South Dakota legend to die this year.
Means entered "the Great Mystery," as he referred to it, Monday morning. His death adds to the toll this year that includes George Mc... Posted on 10/22/12 at 8:19 AM
STAFF BLOG REGGIE TALES Lakota and Turkey and Pork
A belated word about the good people of Lakota, North Dakota. Three of us from the WDAZ Newsroom had the great pleasure of attending the Lakota Barbecue Turkey Festival last Friday night. And let's ju... Posted on 6/22/11 at 1:29 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Hunting Works advocates stress sport's impact
BISMARCK Hunting in North Dakota has a $278 million ripple effect on the states economy and supports nearly 3,000 jobs each year, hunting advocates say.
A new organization called Hunting Works for No... Posted on 10/18/10 at 2:46 PM
Last week we told you about Hunter Street, a 7-year-old Devils Lake boy who got to sing for President Obama. Hunter sang in his native language, Lakota, at the White House Tribal Nations Conference last Thursday.
For a YouTube video of Hunter singer, open this article
Lakota, ND (WDAY TV) - You've been reading her series 8 over 80 in the Forum, now Teri Finneman, Forum Communications Multimedia Reporter, brings her stories to television. Tonight, for many people, the work of volunteers helps to make the holiday special. Teri tells us about one such volunteer in Lakota, North Dakota.
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