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The Nebraska Liquor Control Commission, citing questions about inadequate law enforcement in the tiny village, voted 3-0 to require the four stores to reapply for their liquor licenses. That is an involved process that will require a review by the Sheridan County Board, probably a public hearing and then a final vote by the state liquor commission.

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A group of advocates, addressing members of the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission, said that an ad hoc committee, among six recommendations, asked that a full-time police officer be stationed in Whiteclay, an unincorporated remote town that sells nearly 4 million cans of beer a year. Almost all of the beer is sold to residents of the officially dry Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

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