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    The drug conviction sentencing has been pushed back for a former Pine Ridge tribal councilman.

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    Deadwood, South Dakota (AP)

    A Roman Catholic priest, a Taoist master and a Lakota holy man joined forces to help rebury 130-year-old remains uncovered in the western South Dakota town of Deadwood.

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    Judge dismisses Pine Ridge police brutality lawsuit
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    Sioux Falls, South Dakota (AP)

    A judge dismissed a police brutality lawsuit filed by a 70-year-old American Indian man after agreeing with prosecutors that it doesn’t belong in federal court.

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