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Historical society to present Governor's Awards for History

PIERRE (AP) -- The South Dakota State Historical Society is recognizing people and organizations for their work to preserve state history. The society will present the Governor's Awards for History on April 30. Award winners are: Shebby Lee of Ra...

PIERRE (AP) - The South Dakota State Historical Society is recognizing people and organizations for their work to preserve state history.

The society will present the Governor's Awards for History on April 30.

Award winners are: Shebby Lee of Rapid City; Amber Nash of Waubay; Chuck Vollan of Brookings; the Mount Rushmore Society of Rapid City; and the Verendrye Museum's "Bring It Home" Committee of Fort Pierre.

Gov. Dennis Daugaard says the people and organizations should be commended for their efforts. He says their work will keep the state's past alive for future generations.

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