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Indiana Trooper Sued a Second Time for Proselytizing

An Indiana State Police trooper faces a second lawsuit accusing him of preaching to citizens while on duty.

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Different Faiths to Gather in Sioux Falls for Prayer Service

People of different faiths are gathering in Sioux Falls to pray for peace and to show solidarity with those subjected to terror and violence.

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I Love Life: Witches, Child Rape and Drugs

As a youngster, Teresa Peratt lived with a family of witches.

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If Your Religion Says You Can Discriminate, You and It Stink

Todd Epp argues that if you think your religion says you can and should discriminate against your fellow law-abiding citizens, then you and your religion stinks.

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Photo by Todd Epp

In South Dakota, Does Religion Determine Your Electoral Destiny?

Want to know the best indicator of how a South Dakotan might vote? Find out their religion, according to Sioux Falls pollster Paul Nielson.

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Sioux Falls Plows Will Stay Painted with Disclaimer in Attempt to Appease Free Thinkers

The City of Sioux Falls has offered a solution to the Paint the Plow religious symbols spat.  The hope is that it will bring a resolution for all parties involved.   

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Paint Spatter on Plows Does Matter. Sioux Falls Grabs Headlines for Religious Artwork

This tug of war over paint on a snowplow deserves some examination and reflection.
Anyone who wishes to tap into their own spirituality, should continuously probe the inner recesses of their being.  It’s a never-ending quest.

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Pope Francis is Time’s Person of the Year

NEW YORK (AP) — Pope Francis has been selected by Time magazine as the Person of the Year.

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SURVEY: Episcopal Church Membership Drops in South Dakota, U.S.

(NPN) – Membership in the Episcopal Church in South Dakota dropped by 4.3 percent from 2011 to 2012, according to a new report by the Episcopal Church.

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Sioux Falls Diocese Might Merge Rural Parishes

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — The Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls plans to change how it serves some rural congregations, as populations continue to shift from rural areas to urban centers.

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