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April 28, 2016

Mayor Suggests Relocating Journey Museum

Rapid City Mayor Steve Allender has suggested that the current Journey Museum facility could become a homeless and rehabilitation center and the current museum moved to a new location. According to the Rapid City Journal article, the idea is part of a new approach of the Mayor's to dealing with some of the city's social problems. Click on this archives link for past news articles related to the Journey Museum.

For more information on the museum itself, be sure to check out the Journey's homepage.

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