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  • Skabewis
    Lobbyist says limits on slots hurt tribal casinos
    by Skabewis
    Pierre, South Dakota (AP)

    South Dakota is harming economic development by limiting the number of slot machines allowed in the tribal casinos scattered around the state, a lobbyist for a regional tribal gambling group told a legislative panel.

    “I think we’re missing...
    06-17-2009, 02:16 PM
  • Skabewis
    South Dakota bill to aid veterans at tribal colleges delayed
    by Skabewis
    Pierre, South Dakota (AP)

    A group of South Dakota senators has introduced a bill that would let American Indian veterans of the National Guard attend tribal colleges with state aid.

    The bill would require the state to pay half the tuition for veterans attending a tribal...
    01-29-2011, 05:53 PM
  • Skabewis
    SDSU Foundation raising money for Rosebud Sioux rec complex
    by Skabewis
    Rapid City, South Dakota (AP)

    The South Dakota State University Foundation has begun raising funds to help build a $1 million sports complex on the Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation.

    Tribal officials say more than 60 percent of tribal members are under 21 but that few recreational...
    06-21-2008, 03:34 PM
  • Skabewis
    Committee rejects tribal identification card bill
    by Skabewis
    Pierre, South Dakota (AP)

    A House committee rejected a bill aimed at making tribal membership cards valid forms of identification.

    HB1296 would have made a tribal identification card valid in all cases where a South Dakota driver’s license is needed for identification....
    02-24-2009, 04:27 PM
  • Skabewis
    Grant used to clean up tribal property
    by Skabewis
    Sioux Falls, South Dakota (AP)

    The Environmental Protection Agency is providing $200,000 to remove metals, PCBs and other contaminants from a former school site on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation in north-central South Dakota.

    04-28-2010, 05:22 PM

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