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SIOUX FALLS (AP) — The Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls plans to open a center for the homeless and the needy in South Dakota's largest city.


The diocese is buying an empty warehouse for $750,000 and planning upgrades that will run the project past $1 million. The 19,600-square-foot facility could open by next winter, if the city approves the project, according to Bishop Paul Swain.

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