September 1, 2015


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Kapyong plan off to Vegas

Sagkeeng man in $20-K contest

Kelly Edwards wants to turn an old barracks at the former Kapyong military base into a hotel with a breakfast bar. His idea won a local contest and he’s taking it to the Annual National Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegals to see how it does there.

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Kelly Edwards wants to turn an old barracks at the former Kapyong military base into a hotel with a breakfast bar. His idea won a local contest and he’s taking it to the Annual National Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegals to see how it does there. Photo Store

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Updated on Wednesday, January 29, 2014 at 10:45 AM CST: Clarifies travel expenses for both are covered by the Las Vegas event sponsor, U.S. National Centre for American Indian Enterprise Development and an anonymous donor through the university.

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