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  • Teen charged with arson in Missouri protest
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  • South Dakota's Jewish community small, tight-knit

    In this Sept. 12, 2014 photo student rabbi Sara Eiser, visiting from rabbinical school in Cincinnati, Ohio, goes over her notes before shabbat service at the Synagogue of the Black Hills in Rapid City, S.D. South Dakota?s first Jewish congregation was established in Deadwood more than 150 years ago during the Gold Rush. Today, fewer than 400 people make up the Jewish community in this sparsely populated state of about 845,000 residents. (AP Photo/Kristina Barker)RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) ? The first Jews to settle in what is now South Dakota established themselves in Deadwood during the Gold Rush more than 150 years ago, finding a niche selling hardware, groceries, dry goods and more. By 1920, the state was home to some 1,300 Jews.

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