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    Monitor investigated four incidents in juvenile corrections
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    South Dakota State University opening American Indian cultural center
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    Brookings, South Dakota (AP)

    South Dakota State University opens its American Indian Education and Cultural Center this week.

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    Democratic Sen. Tim Johnson recommends 3 for federal slots
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    Sioux Falls, South Dakota (AP)

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    American Indians in South Dakota gather for mission meeting
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