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    Watford City, North Dakota (AP)

    The vice chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes has passed away of natural causes.

    Nathan Hale, 58, of Mandaree, passed away March 17 at a Watford City hospital. He had been suffering from cancer and heart problems, tribal spokeswoman Mary Schoppert said.

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