It’s still not clear if prohibition will end at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
Members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe cast ballots on Tuesday with the final tally showing more than 1,600 voted in favor of allowing alcohol and nearly 1,500 opposed.
It’s still not official though, as more than 400 votes are being challenged.
It’ll likely be a few days before there’s a ruling.
Pine Ridge is the last “dry” reservation in South Dakota.
Just across the border in Nebraska, the tiny town of Whiteclay has four stores that sell the equivalent of four-and-a-half-million cans of beer every year.