Published August 27, 1971
By LINDA SULLIVAN
A traveler driving north of Rushville on Hwy. 87 soon notices a change in the Nebraska scenery. High bluffs topped with thick forests of Ponderosa pine begin to appear in place of grassy sandhills as one approaches the South Dakota border and Pine Ridge Reservation.
The small Nebraska towns, with their seemingly insolvable problems, are left behind. That is, all of the towns but one – Whiteclay, situated a few feet from the Nebraska-South Dakota border. (more…)