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The community in Eagle Butte made themselves heard last Friday at a rally to end an methamphetamine epidemic. Read More:
Despite a startling lack of local media interest, and a day that was cloudy and cold, the community in Eagle Butte made themselves heard last Friday in a rally to end the methamphetamine epidemic. Over one hundred marchers from the area made their way through the town, while still more rode in a large car caravan bringing up the rear. Many rally-goers held signs emblazoned with their thoughts and feelings- and a few of the cars even had signs taped to their windows.
A Rally-goer holds a sign during the march. Photo by Charlee Witt.
“It was an awesome turn out. And it was awesome that the leaders of CRST walked right along in the front line showing their support.” said Dee Lebeau, East Lee’s aunt.
Chairman Harold Frazier marches alongside other rally-goers.
“It was a success, and I felt proud to be a part of the walk for…
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