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The "North" mosaic tile pedestal at Black Elk-Neihardt Park in Blair represents where the Great White Giant lives in power and the source of the cold and mighty winds, which give strength and endurance. The white color represents the wild goose wing and the cleansing snows. The sacred herb of healing has one stem bearing four blossoms in the colors that represent the four quarters of the world.

City insurance to cover hail-damaged pedestals

Iconic artwork at Blair’s Black Elk-Neihardt Park will be repaired after falling victim to the baseball-sized hail that ravaged the county June 3.

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