N. Dakota’s ‘Fighting Sioux,’ fight for survival

Fans of the North Dakota Fighting Sioux will not be watching pucks or game scores Thursday night; instead, they’ll be eyeballing the returns in a local Sioux tribe’s election. The future of the mascot, which has represented the University of North Dakota since 1930 and is the last of 18 college Indian nicknames to have its fate resolved, could hinge on the outcome of the Standing Rock Sioux tribal election.

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