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    Cherokee, North Carolina (AP)

    The Cherokee Indian outdoor drama “Unto These Hills” is closing its 2008 season after a performance in an open-air mountain theater in southwestern North Carolina.

    The drama’s 2008 run began in June and is sponsored by the Cherokee Historical Association.

    The show made its debut July 1, 1950, and has been performed each summer since then.

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