There are strict regulations when it comes to how Native American arts and crafts are labeled - the most important being that non-Natives cannot call Native-inspired crafts they make "Native American-made." State laws go a step further, but a lack of clarification in the legislation is causing some products to slip through the cracks.
Many people look to the New Year to press “reset” on their lives and see it as an opportunity to focus on themselves.You’ve heard the typical resolutions, many focused on fitness and health. But when it comes to looking at our overall health, many people don’t focus on overall “Wellness”.
Arts and crafts are a profitable side-gig for many Native Americans in South Dakota, but online storefronts, including some based right here in Rapid City, are skirting around federal and state laws to sell non-Indigenous goods at the expense of Native American artists. This report is the first in a three-part series on illegitimate Native American arts and crafts.
The city issued a record-setting 34 single family house permits for the month of February. This feat valued at 6-point-98 million dollars, and broke the former February record of 30 permits that was set in 2015.
Dixon Coffee Company is all about keeping it local, from making their own whipped cream to buying their baked goods from area bakeries. But the staff at Dixon wanted to take things one step further and set up a fundraiser with Dress for Success Black Hills.
Many downtown stores and restaurants we spoke to said they are not worried about voters taking their anger out on buildings should their favored candidate lose the 2020 United States presidential election.