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New president will make impact on Native relations

New president will make impact on Native relations

Dusty Hartl, Opinions Editor

November 30, 2016

It has been three weeks since the election signified that the United States is ready for an alternative path than the one we were taking. This has left many groups wondering about their future and how the new president will address their concerns. President Obama has made some big strides for the N...

Top Stories for the Week of November 30th!

November 29, 2016

Take a sneak peek of this week's top stories of the Royal Purple. They will really fascinate you!

Sacred rights not for sale

Sacred rights not for sale

Dusty Hartl, Opinions Editor

September 21, 2016

For centuries, the United States Government has disregarded the Native American population in America. Since the United States was founded it has opposed and discriminated against the original settlers of this land. Once again, the Native Americans are being ignored. In North Dakota, there is a growing uproar t...

State senators hurt families, block CBD bill

April 5, 2016

Royal Purple Staff Opinion April 5, 2016 Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that can cause some people to have as many as 100 seizures in a single day, and it affects more than 450,000 children across the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Cannabidio...

Gallery commemorates Ho-Chunk warriors

Gallery commemorates Ho-Chunk warriors

November 11, 2015

By Mary Davisson Nov. 11, 2015 During Veterans Day, Roberta’s Art Gallery will continue its tradition of celebrating the soldiers who have made their sacrifice for the United States. This year the highlight is upon the warriors of the Ho-Chunk Nation, a Native American tribe who are native...

Professor gives speech on local effigy mounds

September 30, 2015

Historic Whitewater landmark discussed on Sept. 27 By Sidney Birkett Staff Writer Sept. 30, 2015 Whitewater is rich in history of Native Americans, in particular the tribes that formed the burial sites that can be seen in the area today. This history was walked through during a free religion hist...

Pow-wow: Drums, dance and regalia

Pow-wow: Drums, dance and regalia

March 19, 2014

  March 19, 2014 By Alexandria Zamecnik During pow-wows, Native Americans wear traditional clothing depending on which tribe their ancestors belonged to. San Carlos Apache tribesmen Ronnie Preston wears bear claws in representation of the spirit that he said still dances with him every...

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