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Wreath at Law Enforcement Memorial May 15, 2013

Law Enforcers Honored Today for Peace Officers Memorial Day

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Today is Peace Officers Memorial Day, and as happens each year in Pierre, the day has been noted with a Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Law Enforcement Memorial along Capitol Lake and a memorial service at a local church. Earlier this morning, a wreath was placed before a monument...
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Armed Man Causes Scare at SD Indian School

CHAMBERLAIN, S.D. (AP) – An apparently armed and suicidal person prompted a brief lockdown at the St. Joseph’s Indian School campus in Chamberlain. Police responded to the school Monday afternoon after a report that a former school employee was on campus with a handgun, threatening to kill himself. Police Chief Joe Hutmacher tells The...
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AP Exclusive: Health Reforms Penalize Some Indians

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – For decades, the government has paid for American Indians’ and Alaska Natives’ health care as part of its longstanding treaty obligations to tribes. But under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, tens of thousands of Native Americans are about to face a new reality. They will have to buy their...
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Corps Officials to Keep Conserving Missouri River Water

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – The amount of water flowing into the Missouri River is expected to remain lower than usual, so officials are conserving water in the river’s reservoirs. Officials said Tuesday the drought continues to affect the river because much of the snowmelt and rainfall in the seven-state region is being absorbed into...
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