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Rollie Noem, chief operating officer of the Crazy Horse Memorial, far right, speaks to Monique Ziolkowski, daughter of Crazy Horse sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski, far left, and Bemidji State University-Northwest Technical College students Vince Houser, Johnathan Grace and Anthony Milano. Through NTC's model-making program, the students helped build a three-dimensional model of the Crazy Horse campus located in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Pioneer Photo/Anne Williams

Crazy Horse model completed; Public invited to see the exhibit next week

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Within the walls of Bemidji State University's Bridgeman Hall is an item about to become a piece of South Dakota history.

After one year in the making, five students at Northwest Technical College have completed a three-dimensional scale model of the Crazy Horse Memorial grounds located near Custer, S.D. It will be placed inside the actual Crazy Horse visitor center this summer.

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