• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Game preserve in North Dakota will no longer be named for officer involved in Indian massacres

FORT TOTTEN, N.D. — Sullys Hill, a landmark in northeast North Dakota, is a presidential signature away from a name change.

HR 1865 – an appropriations act for a slew of federal programs and agencies – has been approved by U.S. House of Representative members, 297-120. Within that act is a measure that renames Sullys Hill National Game Preserve to “White Horse Hill National Game Preserve.”

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