Feds sending aid to tribes following December blizzards
Six deaths reported during pre-Christmas storm that shut South Dakota down
The federal government has approved a pair of South Dakota tribal reservations for disaster aid following December storms that shut much of the state down and contributed to at least six deaths.
The White House Tuesday announced the Federal Emergency Management Agency will make financial assistance dollars available to the Rosebud Sioux and Oglala Sioux tribes to offset ongoing recovery efforts from blizzards that ravaged the reservations from Dec. 12-25.
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