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South Dakota governor threatens tribes with legal action on checkpoints

Reuters Monday, 11 May 2020
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem on Monday threatened to take legal action against two Native American tribes who have set up vehicle checkpoints in an attempt to contain the coronavirus that has impacted other Native American reservations.
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South Dakota governor getting $400,000 fence to protect her

Kristi Noem's office did not give specifics on any threats, but her security team said the fence is "critical at this time."
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Smash Mouth performed for largely maskless crowd at Sturgis rally [Video]

Smash Mouth performed for largely maskless crowd at Sturgis rally

The 80th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is held in South Dakota.

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Smash Mouth Performs For Crowd Of Hundreds At Sturgis Motorcycle Rally [Video]

Smash Mouth Performs For Crowd Of Hundreds At Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

Smash Mouth performed for hundreds of people over the weekend in South Dakota. The rock band played during the 80th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. It's a massive event that typically draws roughly half a million people to the small town. The gathering is one of the largest to be held in the US since the start of the pandemic. CNN reports many in the audience were not wearing masks. Experts say they're concerned it could be a super-spreader event.

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Here's the latest for Tuesday August 11th: 20 million coronavirus cases confirmed worldwide; Trump expresses willingness to do COVID relief deal with Democrats;..
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Sturgis Motorcycle Rally draws large crowds as the U.S. tops 5 million coronavirus cases

Large crowds of motorcyclists converged in South Dakota at the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally as the U.S. topped 5 million coronavirus cases. Meanwhile, a Utah..
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Trump To S. Dakota Governor: Put Me On Mount Rushmore

President Trump reportedly lobbied the Governor of South Dakota to have his mug added to Mount Rushmore, which might explain his 4th of July rally at the site...
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Face It: Trump Really Wants His Face On Mt. Rushmore [Video]

Face It: Trump Really Wants His Face On Mt. Rushmore

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem was faced with a tricky etiquette question last year regarding the White House. According to CNN, Trump aides reached out to her about the process of adding an additional president to Mount Rushmore. Specifically, they were interested in adding the face of President Donald J. Trump. So when Trump arrived in South Dakota for his July Fourth celebrations, Gov. Noem greeted him with a four-foot replica of Mount Rushmore that included his face.

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How Kristi Noem, Mt. Rushmore and Trump Fueled Speculation About Pence’s Job

After Ms. Noem, the South Dakota governor, flew to Washington on Air Force One, rumors about her ambitions ensued. She made a second trip to smooth things over..
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Ryan Reynolds and Paul McCartney nominated for Native American Chief role [Video]

Ryan Reynolds and Paul McCartney nominated for Native American Chief role

The Deadpool actor and Beatles legend have been nominated to be Chief for Walpole Island First Nation, a reservation with a community of 5000 located on an island bordering Michigan and Canada.

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Beirut blast: 5 Indians suffered minor injuries, says MEA [Video]

Beirut blast: 5 Indians suffered minor injuries, says MEA

Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava on August 06 said that five Indians suffered minor injuries in Beirut blast. He said, "We have sought an assessment on damage from Lebanon, on its basis we will decide the nature of assistance that we will extend to them. There have been no reported casualties among Indians, only 5 minor injuries."

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Coronavirus ravages Mississippi Indian reservation

As confirmed coronavirus cases skyrocket in Mississippi, the state's only federally recognized American Indian tribe has been devastated. COVID-19 has ripped..
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