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Last Updated: Apr 28, 2017 URL: http://library.olc.edu/content.php?pid=576348 Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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In this week's newsletter, you will read about the installation of solar panels at Thunder Valley and Butte County discussions regarding the potential sale of over 500 acres of land. You will also learn about the signing of the 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty and efforts by a group at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology to develop tiny houses for Rapid City.

The South Dakota Dashboard is an online community information service that provides people with reliable, up-to-date trend data on geographic South Dakota.

This data covers statewide community indicators from income, to diabetes, to youth, and can be broken down by all counties and major towns in South Dakota, as well as sorted by age, race, or gender.

With each of the major topic areas, we also provide an "Overview" section that includes recent data-related news stories and posts that we have aggregated to provide context to the numbers.

The South Dakota Dashboard is a project of the Black Hills Knowledge Network.

Dakota Access Pipeline Action

DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE NEWS ARCHIVE This is a new Internet Archive project aiming to preserve all that is DAPL on social media, news articles, websites, and videos. You can submit more to them through the links available on the page.

      
     

    EZ Steps to CHECK OUT the book!!!!

    EZ STEPS TO BOOK CHECKOUT IN YOUR DISTRICT CENTER

    At your district libraryFIND THE LIBRARYFind the bookand read in the libraryboy and bookor check it out!

    Call (605) 455-6069 and tell us your name and the barcode on the back upper left corner of book. Let us know if you need the title(s) longer than two weeks.

    Finish the book?   book dropDrop in the red & white drop box found in each district library

    CONTACT US

    (605)455-6064          Michelle May Director  mmay@olc.edu

    (605)455-6067          Sharon Janis Assistant Dir. sharonrjanis@olc.edu

    (605)455-6069          Darleen Bear Killer Circulation/ILL  dbearkiller@olc.edu

    (605)455-6065          Tawa Ducheneaux  Archivist  tducheneaux@olc.edu

    (605)455-6063          Agnes Gay Assistant Archivist  agay@olc.edu

    (605)455-6066          Eric Peltier Resource & Outreach epeltier@olc.edu

     

    WHAT'S NEW?

    We are proud to announce that we are in the process of becoming an electronic document library for governmental publications through the Cataloging Record Distribution Program. You will be able to find linked documents relating to tribal and state reports and datasets in our online catalog beginning January 16th, 2017.

    Logo of The Federal Digital System Discover U.S. Government Information Search alphabetically, by category, date, committee, or author

     

    Spring is almost here! Time to renew and be your healthiest self! Check out the QUIT SMOKING COMMUNITY & the Indigenous Food Source Database

     

    Wićakapi he? Is it true? Fake News Infographic- Check out the PDF here

    SUMMER 2017 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

    • Only 13% of Natives have a college degree. The American Indian College Fund transforms Indian higher education by funding and creating awareness of the unique, community-based accredited tribal colleges and universities, offering students access to knowledge, skills, and cultural values which enhance their communities and the country as a whole. Check out the INTERNSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS @AICF

     

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