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Nahata Dziil Community Gains Local, State and Federal Support for Efforts to Ban Sale of Alcohol
The Nahata Dziil Renewal of Hope Taskforce hosted a third community meeting on June 24, 2014 to update the residents of its activities concerning the efforts to stop the sale of al...
Tribal Prez Discusses Alcohol, the Sale of Wounded Knee and Johnny Depp
In December 2012 Bryan Brewer became president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe on the Pine Ridge Reservation...
Brewer Aims to Keep All Alcohol Profits on Pine Ridge Reservation
Though Pine Ridge President Bryan Brewer has publicly opposed lifting the Alcohol Ban that exists on his reservation, he says that since the people have voted to allow alcohol, he ...
Mystic Lake Gets Wet! Formerly Dry Casino Opens Bars for Parched Guests
For two decades, Mystic Lake Casino Hotel was one of Minnesota's only dry gaming establishments, reported the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal ...
Pine Ridge Vote to Sell Alcohol Could Kill Whiteclay, Bring Huge Revenue to Tribe
In a public referendum vote on Wednesday, August 14, tribal members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe on the Pine Ridge Reservation voted to overturn the ban of alcohol with a vote of 1,84...
Pine Ridge Votes to Remove Alcohol Ban: 'The Lesser of Two Evils?'
“Sometimes you have to choose the lesser of two evils,” that’s what James “Toby” Big Boy, chairman of the Oglala Sioux’s Law and Order Committee said in November of last year when ...
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