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Sioux Falls, South Dakota (AP)

The popular Berenstain Bears cartoon characters will soon be helping bring the Lakota language to life in homes across the region.

Twenty episodes of the animated cartoon series will be translated into Lakota and broadcast on South Dakota Public Television starting in the fall of next year.

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