The Nebraska Liquor Control Board has recently voted unanimously to end the 130 year reign of Whiteclay, Nebraska as the go-to watering hole for the residents of the dry Pine Ridge Oglala Sioux reservation. The town has long served as a means by which the reservation’s residents, many of whom have historically struggled with alcoholism, [ Read On… ]

Whiteclay, Nebraska has long been famous for just one thing: selling booze to Indians. Located just a few feet over the state line, the town has specialized in selling alcohol to the dry Pine Ridge Reservation since the late 1800s.   There has long been a widespread perception that the provision of alcohol to the [ Read On… ]