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    Stone Mountain, Georgia (AP)

    A few hours before sunrise on May 17 an elder with the Eastern Shoshone tribe in Wyoming begin a wheel ceremony to bring rain and break the drought in the southeast United States.

    Bennie “Blue Thunder” LeBeau said the ceremony began at 4 a.m. and last until sunrise the next day. He lives on the Wind River Reservation in central Wyoming.

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