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Opinion: South Dakota Editorial Roundup

Published 08/28/2010, The Daily Republic

Cabin shouldn’t be perk A unique piece of South Dakota history named Valhalla sits in the middle of Custer State Park. For many years, use of this historically-significant summer home of a former South Dakota governor and U.S. senator, Peter Norbeck, has been restricted to a select few South Dakotans — mostly governors and their inner circle of family, friends and colleagues. We think that’s wrong and urge Gov. Mike Rounds and Custer State Park officials to change the policy.

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